Wednesday, 25 September 2013

Liverpool Care Pathway - And Can You Say That This Is Not A Death Cult...?

A Death cult has arisen! Yeah, thankful are they that walk the Pathway for they are the Grateful Dead...

This is the Skeptic Report on Death Cults -

"The pivotal point is the charismatic leader. Without the leader, no cult. Without followers, no leader." 
...cults are built around their leader, representing the only valid truth. The leaders usually surround themselves with an inner circle of followers, who help organizing the daily life and goals of the cult. Their task is to maintain control of all the ordinary members, organize and recruit new members and other practical tasks. They may have special privileges like better living conditions, more freedom or better financial status, as long as they are loyal to their leader and the rules that are set by the leader. 
The cults also include the worker bees of the cult, the ordinary members. They often make up the economical foundation of the cult, making it possible for it – and especially the leader – to thrive financially. The members provide money either by various forms of jobs, membership fees or buying their leader’s writings or relics necessary for their own personal development within the cult.

The DoH published its NHS National End of Life Care Program to limit life in 2008 and invited the NCPC to groom the British public into accepting the idea of dying as a positive life choice. Out of this was formed the Dying Matters Coalition. The NCPC has led the Coalition since 2009. The EoLC Program was effectively outsourced to the NCPC.

In their own write: "The National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) is the umbrella charity for all those involved in palliative, end of life and hospice care in England, Wales and Northern Ireland".

In 2009, the National Council for Palliative Care (NCPC) set up the Dying Matters Coalition to promote public awareness of dying, death and bereavement. It is chaired by Professor Mayur Lakhani, who is a practising GP. The work of the Coalition is supported by the NCPC’s Board of Trustees.

This is Dying Matters 
Dying Matters members are invited to attend our Day of the Dead event in London on Friday 1st November, 2013. Held at the University of London's Senate House, the event is inspired by the Mexican Día de Muertos, a national holiday where communities gather together to remember friends and family members who have died.
As ever, at the end of the day, we'll be celebrating the Day of the Dead with Mexican food, drinks and music. We look forward to seeing you there!
'As ever', they'll be celebrating the Day of the Dead, serving up Mexican cuisine...

This is a Death Cult, plain and simple. 

Here is the enigmatic Cult leader -

Here is The Guardian reporting on the Mexican Cult of Holy Death -
On the first day of every month, at the Tepito metro stop in downtown Mexico City, a new breed of pilgrim can be observed inching his way on his knees out of the stop and down a filthy market street, and cradling in his arms, babylike, a plastic figure of Death – or Holy Death, La Santa Muerte, as the pilgrims refer to the robed skeleton, who carries, variously, a scythe, a sceptre, a set of scales, or a globe in her (sometimes his) hands. There were dozens of these effigies, borne by crawling men in their teens or early twenties. Tattooed and gaunt, they were dressed in black T-shirts with the sleeves ripped off and wore chains around their necks and silver skulls, like brass knuckles, on their fingers.

They are making their way to a shrine set up seven years ago by a woman known as Queta who was given a life-sized skeleton by one of her sons seven years ago, and who has instituted a practice of prayers to it on the first Friday of every month. She says that it is unwise to ask too much of death: "health for my family and work" are the recommended boons. 

Booking details
Due to limited funds Dying Matters asks that all attendees pay a small charge of £35 to cover the costs of the event refreshments
Thirty-five quid? You really think that the NCPC is so short of a bob or two it can't conjure up any dosh to pay for refreshments...?

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