Socialist Medicine

Socialist medicine treats all people as equal. This means that regardless of high or low social status the treatment and medicine that is received is of one level – and that this level is the best that a society can collectively muster both intellectually and materially. There is not one level of care for the rich, and another level of care for the poor – there is only one methodology and that is medicine developed through the application of scientific socialism.

Buddhist Monks, Sunglasses & the UK Rightwing Press

The above article entitled ‘Buddhists Behaving Badly’ appeared on page 3 of the Tuesday edition dated the 18.6.13. Astonishingly, this story takes up around three quarters of a page. It is not an original, or even a new story, but rather a report lifted from Youtube. The story evolves around apparently high-ranking Thai Buddhist monks flying in private jets, and wearing designer sunglasses. It may or may not be a troubling story for Buddhists, but the Metro reporter responsible for the story – Nicole Le Marie – demonstrates no knowledge of either Buddhist or Thai culture.

No War in Syria: US Embassy – London 15.6.13

This protest event was good-natured, well organised and discilpined. As protestors we were allowed up to the front-door of the US embassy. There was a moderate police presence, but the mood was relaxed with officers interacting with protestors and reading leaflets, etc. The police wore ordinary uniform and there was no riot gear evident. There was chanting from the crowd and many speeches made. A Socialist society would work to remove warfare as a means of human interaction, whilst establishing a justice and equality for all with exception.

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