Video: Salt Lake City police arrest a nurse – for following hospital policy

It’s no better in England either.


Caution: this is traumatic viewing.A police officer in Salt Lake City, Utah, USA wanted a nurse to take blood from an unconscious man – but the hospital’s policy said she could only do it with a warrant or if the patient was under arrest.

The police officer could have arrested the man to get around the rules – instead, he arrested the nurse, causing her and bystanders enormous distress:

Coming, as it does, just after a police officer retired rather than face disciplinary proceedings for telling a woman motorist not to worry because police only shoot black people, public confidence in the police over there must be falling like a stone.

Are the idiots in US law enforcement…

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Church of England? God help us!

I’ve seen those words a few times now, over the past week: God help us.

What does that even mean to anybody any more? They cry God help us whilst walking in ever-increasing sin, and God has had enough.

Does a church think it can call itself such, and still ignore a great warning given 25 years ago? From what I’ve read earlier today, ignorance is ever deeper.

Tell me: does Romans 1 mean anything to anyone any more?

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I’m sorry folks, (for those who live in UK)

A long, long time ago, I came to the same conclusion Clifford Hill has come to. You can’t keep reading and re-reading warnings given in the Bible about sin, and asking why is it happening, and then bribing people with a lie. “We’ll be gone before the tribulation” is a damning lie that has taken on too much of the church, I’m afraid, and it looks as if God has turned His back on a suffering nation.

He hasn’t stopped watching what we do, but He has stopped hearing our cries for mercy. I’ve prayed in the past that whatever pleases the Lord to do, He must do it, as no one is listening any more.

Get ready for the shaking of your life, England, and everywhere else in the Kingdom. If you think poverty and hunger are enough of a shaking, you probably ain’t seen nothing yet. As for a new government to wipe away the sins of this current one, forget it. You want mercy? Then repent.

I’d advise America to do the same, from what I’ve been hearing lately.

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John 5…

There was a man who had been waiting for 38 years to get help for a disability. He was so ill, he couldn’t even get to the pool when it was stirred up.

What hit me when I read this was the warning he was given by the Lord, Himself.

What does this passage do for you? (I’ve left the whole chapter in the link). What does it make you think about?

I’d love a response, if you’ve got one.

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Farage team calls British police officers “embarrassment” after heroic PCs fight off terror attackers

Well, try asking for help when you’ve been robbed, and see how far you get.

Pride's Purge

After brave police officers fought off terrorists in London – in some cases with their bare hands – they were universally hailed as heroes:

Well, not quite universally.

Because when it comes to fighting terrorists, Nigel Farage’s team and UKIP supporters seem to think our heroic police are an “embarrassment” to the country.

Farage’s head of communications is someone called Dan Jukes.

Jukes sarcastically tweeted yesterday that British police are no match for terrorists after officers were seen dancing at a Manchester parade:

And when Farage supporters crawled out of the social media woodwork to call British police officers an “embarrassment” – Farage’s hand-picked communications director agreed:

Dear Farage and co. I’ve got news for you.

Our police might be able to dance. But that doesn’t mean they wouldn’t be able to boogie on over to the most brutal looking terrorist or criminal and put them in their place…

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Type 1 diabetic left without food and income. New people requesting food parcels. The struggle continues.

I can’t count how many sleepless nights that I’ve had because of this and the issues that we deal with on a weekly basis. I don’t have a magic wand either, even though I wish that I did.

Neither do I. But we ALL have Almighty God Whom we can call upon for mercy in this devastating situation…if we would just humble ourselves…

The poor side of life

My daughter and I arrived at our weekly demo a few minutes early, it’s always good to get everything set up first so that we aren’t too rushed. Unfortunately my plan was thwarted, because I was busy from the minute that I arrived. It’s like this most weeks sadly.

I’m sure that some people might think that we really aren’t that busy and it’s quiteeasy going. They have the misconception that we just stand around protesting and handing a few leaflets out. This couldn’t be further from the truth. Anyone thathas attended our weekly demos can attest that we are busy, that we don’t just stand there and we doa lot of work on foot. This is also hampered by the fact that we are outside, in a public space which iswhere we are supposed to be, but it isn’t easy to give advice on a busy street and at…

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Back Off Our Hospital 

The ‘state’ of this Nation. (Just thought I’d warn you).

Sometimes, it’s right to protect the unprotected. Those of our people in the UK who continue to save lives under he harshest of conditions. No longer does this only happen in the Third World, as we know it. And someone got angry.

Thank you for caring.

Mama Unexpected

I wasn’t shocked at all today to read that the hospital, Queen Alexandra in Portsmouth, where my children were born and where Tilly has been cared for many times over the last five years was slammed by the Care Quality Commission in their latest report.
I wasn’t shocked at all… No. I was furious. After all, this is the hospital that saved my life when I almost died during childbirth. This is the hospital that safely brought Arlo into the world. The place where Tilly was blue lighted at 3am after an hour long seizure. Where we’ve stayed many many nights. Where we go for a billion appointments a year.

I was furious because I remember the midwife who promised me I’d be okay as I was wheeled to theatre after haemorrhaging and the obstetrician who saved me that day. I remember the paramedics who made it bearable to sit…

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