Hard Hitting and Truthful Letter Sent to Sarah Newton MP Concerning NHS in Kernow

Anger continues to grow in our beloved homeland at so many things and more and more patriots are speaking out despite legal threats.

We have been copied in on an open and hard hitting but truthful letter sent by our very close friends to Sarah Newton MP regarding OUR NHS:


"Cornishness is for life, not just for St Piran's Day and 80 minutes at Twickenham!"

Dear Mrs Newton

The following headline has attracted our attention:


This followed another concerning report that ten minor injuries units in Cornwall were facing imminent closure which was later categorically denied by an NHS spokesman on the Laurence Reed programme.

Someone is lying, time and circumstance will no doubt reveal the guilty party!

Politicians often forget that OUR NHS is not their plaything or a political football to be used as a command and control device when trifling with the sentiments of the masses.

Given your lamentable record of dealing with your constituents legitimate past concerns, which evidence passed to us suggests you patronised and ignored, something pretty seismic must be going on for you to leap into action in the manner you belatedly have.

Some of us have had sufficient time to reflect come to regret having voted for you.

You will no doubt be aware of the disrespect and anger that your Government and Cornwall Council are currently labouring under, you may also be aware that there is a petition gathering signatures calling the removal of its chief planning officer.


The thousands of comments it has attracted make interesting reading leaving one in no doubt just how restless the natives really are.

The current insane growth agenda so beloved of your Government via Savid Javid has caused extreme distress and frustration which has now boiled over to anger with both your Government and Cornwall Council as you all play the blame game while actually doing nothing to stem the lunacy.

This disastrous growth agenda is resulting in a rapidly rising population at a time when health provision has in real terms faced dramatic cuts, when coupled with a creaking saturated infrastructure, this has created a perfect storm of discontent which you and your five colleagues are about to feel the blast from.

There has been continual blatant buck passing between Cornwall Council and Westminster over responsibilty for this dire state of affairs.

This has got to stop.

It has been noted how skilfully Cornwall's six MPs have side stepped the issue, toeing the party line rather than fighting together for the best interests of those Cornish people you were elected to represent.

Again this has got to stop!

You in particular have stood idly by while the speculative developers who bankroll your party have been given free rein to trash your constituency, to the benefit of the usual privileged few, while the vast majority are forced to endure the ensuing misery and chaos.

Again this has got to stop!

The sooner every one of you recognises how serious the problems are, that you are jointly and severally liable for, the sooner respect for the establishments deemed responsible can begin to be rebuilt.

We urge you to accept that inequality in matters such as healthcare wages and housing is not a recipe for a stable prosperous community.

The NHS is not free we pay for it via our taxes.

We are dismayed that money from our taxes can always be found for vanity projects like HS2 and Trident but the umbrella of austerity chokes off the cash flow for everything else no matter how worthy.

These damaging divisive policies must be re-visited.

If your Government and Cornwall Council persist along the current trajectory we suggest that the waters will get ever stormier to the serious detriment of us all.

Yours faithfully

The Cornish Solidarity Team

We suggest that you take a moment to reflect on this video clip... https://www.facebook.com/NyeBevanNews/videos/2054852861395309/?fref=mentions

And ponder on this which proves that little has changed in 2000 years:

“Most of the crimes which disturb the internal peace of society are produced by the restraints which the necessary, but unequal, laws of property have imposed on the appetites of mankind, by confining to a few possession of those objects that are coveted by many.

Of all of our passions and appetites the love of power is the most imperious and unsociable nature, since the pride of one man requires the submission of the multitude.

In the tumult of civil discord the laws of society lose their force, and their place is seldom supplied by those of humanity.

“The ardour of contention, the pride of victory, the despair of success, the memory of past injuries and the fear of future dangers all contribute to inflame the mind and to silence the voice of pity. From such motives almost every page of history has been stained with civil blood.”

Edward Gibbon, The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire.

Kernow bys vyken!

Kernow Matters To Us Steering Group


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