The freemason run General Medical Council now hide their website behind a google blog and ONLY for those invited to view what's there. We took an article from their website for circulation before they did this about
"GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL A CABAL OF FREEMASONS?". Which is fortunate before they closed their website to the public.
Another alternative Pal v General Medical Council
The alternative GMC website
GMC FULL EXTENSIVE ARTICLE WAS HERE (Now blocked in google blogs)
Freemason controlled GMC once again lets rogue doctors away with MURDER (Harold Shipman comes to mind)
GMC FORCED TO REVEAL FREEMASONS
SEVEN DOCTORS FACE SHIPMAN PROBE
The doctor who broke up families: Psychiatrist who damned hundreds as 'unfit parents' faces GMC probe
Obviously between the mass murdering doctor Harold Shipman and the growing number of doctors now behind the mass murder in surgical wards across the UK they maybe do not want the public to be aware of what is going on behind the scenes. The particular article can be read below .
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GENERAL MEDICAL COUNCIL A CABAL OF FREEMASONS?
Harold Shipman the mass murdering doctor got away with murder for so long because MASONS
run the body responsible for disciplining doctors. All British citizens are at extreme risk
of major medical accidents being covered up to protect masonic doctors like Shipman.
Richard Coleman had sat on a case concerning a psychiatrist's report on a nurse, where the doctor concerned and put in something, in good faith, which turned out not to be true. That doctor had got hauled up to a hearing even though he had had no intention to deceive. That had struck Richard Coleman as being a similar case. This had all led Richard Coleman to begin to question things more. He realised that there was a barrier between him as a member and what the GMC wanted him to know.
Finlay Scott had once told him that transparency was like a greenhouse - you could look in but not enter the room. To RC, that was not transparency at all.
The particular case which Richard Coleman had just mentioned was an example of how things worked. He was a Council member and the President had given him the impression that he had the authority to question things. However when he did so and it got to the President, the door was slammed shut in his face. After that, Richard Coleman thought that Finlay Scott had seen him as a member of the "awkward squad". That was slightly tied up with Richard Colemanís comments on freemasonry. The GMC had been discussing a code of conduct. They were discussing the issue of relevant interests which needed to be disclosed. He had asked Donald Irvine and Finlay Scott, in the presence of Lady Tumin, whether Finlay Scott was a freemason. Finlay Scott had said that he was not prepared to tell Richard Coleman. Richard Coleman had then been concerned because the President had said that he would put Finlay Scott in charge of dealing with the code of conduct and working out what interests were relevant and needed to be disclosed. Richard Coleman felt that that was not appropriate in view of the Home Affairs Committee saying that those who acted in a judicial capacity they should declare their interest as freemasons.
Richard Coleman had mentioned this whole episode in front of the whole Council. He discussed this with a member of the GMC staff who had agreed with him that all interests should be declared. But after this incident, Finlay Scott had turned on him. Finlay Scott had refused to tell Richard Coleman whether he was a freemason even when it was relevant to the case which Richard Coleman was looking at at the time.
The rules had now changed and freemasonry was in fact something which voluntarily should be disclosed as a relevant interest. Richard Coleman had wondered at the time why Finlay Scott should not declare it. When the GMC had taken out an injunction against Richard Coleman, in a statement which Finlay Scott made to court, he made Richard Coleman out to look like some sort of radical anti-freemasonry campaigner. He thinks four members of the GMC now admitted to being freemasons. The code said that it was a relevant interest, but it was only voluntary for members to declare that. Before this was agreed, Finlay Scott had said in a newspaper that members had to declare any interest as a freemason. Richard Coleman had telephoned the paper and told them that that was not true. At that time only some months later did it change. Andrew Ketteringham had then written to the press saying that Finlay Scott was not a freemason. Richard Coleman had written to Andrew Ketteringham at that point asking why he had done so and whether he had checked with Finlay Scott whether he was a freemason or not or whether Finlay Scott had simply refused to tell him and he had assumed something. It turned out that the latter was the case.