If there was still some lingering doubt about the interconnectedness of all things, as Dirk Gently might say, then a glance at the King’s Fund should quickly dispel that. Ken Craggs supplies the good oil:
Former Lord Mayor of the City of London, David Wootton, is on the Board of Tustee at the King’s fund. The King’s fund is a health charity with links to Common Purpose.
Other members on the Board of Trustess include, Strone Macpherson who established the JPMorgan Smaller Companies Investment Trust, and Julian Le Grand who has been senior policy advisor to the PM at 10 Downing Street, and an advisor to the World Bank, the World Health Organisation, and is currently a member of the Group of Societal Policy Analysts advising President Jose Barroso of the European Commission.
Question of course is – what are these kind of people doing at a health charity?
Sir Cyril Chantler, Chairman, King’s Fund, is on the Board of Media Standards Trust.http://mediastandardstrust.
Niall Dickson was CEO of The King’s fund before becoming CEO of the General Medical Council
Geoff Mulgan & Niall Dickson talk (2008) about ‘Reshaping the NHS’ here:
King’s Fund and G4S:
The Department of Health sponsored The Information Standard in association with G4S, the official certification body. The Information Standard is a certification scheme for health and social care information producers to ensure that the public is given accurate information.
More on G4S and the NHS:
G4S Medical Services is the leading provider of evidence based clinical services to the NHS and Police in the UK.
We have, on the one hand, the appalling mess which is elderly and health care in this country and the way this has been exacerbated by rampant immigration, which has only added to the abuse.
On the other, we have the people who have caused this to happen.
One might have put it down to incompetence except for the names involved – those named above have form in other areas. WTF are these people doing anywhere near health care in the UK? Especially with a socialist agenda to bring down the institutions of society and replace them with “leading beyond authority”?
Common Purpose never even hid that in the early days before the bad publicity started. Mulgan is a “former” communist, like Barosso – check it out for yourself and if you believe there is such a thing as a “former” communist, I have a battleship to sell you.
What good of any kind could come from this King’s Fund cover? Why are these agents provocateur in there?