We are going to have to move to an insurance-based system of healthcare

Says Farage

by Rick Johansen

The thoroughly modern Mosley, Nigel Farage, is likely to finally get elected as a Member of Parliament for Clacton, a faded seaside town that includes many areas of social deprivation and poverty. If the good citizens of Clacton, and anywhere else, return MPs for Farage’s private limited company, Reform UK, which masquerades as a political party, I am sure they are well aware that Farage is, and has always been, opposed to the NHS. In fact, everyone who votes for Reform UK PLC is voting for the destruction of the NHS.

Reform UK has adopted a false persona as the voice of working man and woman. The truth is the exact opposite. It is owned by rich, privately educated establishment figures like Farage who sit on the far right of British politics and are apologists for Vladimir Putin’s fascist Russia and Donald Trump.

I’ll leave you with Farage’s own words:

“I think we’re going to have to think about healthcare very, very differently. I think we are going to have to move to an insurance-based system of healthcare.

“Frankly, I would feel more comfortable that my money would return value if I was able to do that through the marketplace of an insurance company than just us trustingly giving £100bn a year to central government and expecting them to organise the healthcare service from cradle to grave for us.”

Vote wisely. Kick the Tories out but whatever you do, don’t vote Reform UK.

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