I’m sure when we encounter what we believe is injustice whether it affects just ourselves or others most people would want to do something about it. I say most people because there are certainly those who’d rather bury their heads in the sand and believe the bad stuff will go away. I happened to have been brought up in an environment and with parents (in particular my dad Jack Chalkley) who fought for and felt strongly about the fight between right and wrong. He taught me the poem IF by Rudyard Kipling (enough said).
My Dad was a shipyard worker (a boilermaker) eventually he became leader of the boiler makers union in Cammell Laird (Birkenhead) just over the water from Liverpool and his big brother Albert (Bert Chalkley) rose the the height as General Secretary of the union based in Newcastle.
Now some people may not agree with unions, but believe me there was a time when even more than now they were needed. When we consider what has happened since the days of Margaret Thatcher (the Iron Lady)and her “union bashing” security in your job has gotten far worse with no contracts etc. (I happen to admire Maggie Thatcher so this isn’t an attack on her). Those who don’t recall may counter, well yes but the unions got out of control and to some degree I would agree, they became infiltrated by communist agitators trying to create unnecessary conflict where peaceful negotiation would have sufficed. But surely we need to guard against the pendulum swinging too far in the wrong direction. In a perfect world communism with a touch of capitalism would be a dream society (everyone being looked after whilst the entrepreneur was able to flourish), but unfortunately we aren’t in a perfect world.
Today big corporations rule what happens, profits before people, and the more money you have the more you continue to make its what I call “exponential growth”. And that’s when in the wrong hands this wealth and power can become a threat to us all, whether that be through the many conspiracy theories that surround people (like Bill Gates, the Rothschild’s,etc) or some lesser know but equally powerful multinational in the health field (sometimes referred to as Big Pharm). Indeed when it comes to our to to our families health (and safety) this is an area where most of us are our most vulnerable, we do everything in our power to make sure our family is safe. But Big Pharm is a double edged sword , why? Because in some cases for example some of what they do has saved millions of lives with vaccines fighting all measure of illnesses measles for example. But Big Pharm doesn’t just encompass vaccines and that’s where I can use my own experience to unmask what I believe to be the biggest scam and cost to health authorities and patients around the world by a company I have intimate knowledge of because I have one of their devices inside my body, and the name of that company and the evidence I’ve gathered is……..sorry you’ll have to wait for part 2, there’s more evidence to come.