“We couldn’t be under that system any more.”

Well, the system ain’t finished with you, Mr King

In the video, Mr King told how they had wanted to leave the hospital because the NHS could not fund the proton beam treatment that they wanted for their son.

‘We couldn’t take it any more – not knowing and not being able to question anything in fear that they say, “Sorry Mr and Mrs King, emergency protection order, you’re no longer allowed in the ward”,’ he told the camera.

‘Under that stress, our son has grade four brain tumour, we couldn’t discuss or question them at all in fear that our son would be in that ward all day long by himself without his parents being able to come in.

‘We couldn’t be under that system any more. I was going to get the money to pay for the proton beam therapy but they have prevented that now because the Spanish police are involved and I can’t do want I wanted to do.’

Does that spell it out for everyone sufficiently?

For all those people who carped and cavilled and sanctimoniously declared ‘A child’s life is at stake!’, as if that meant we shouldn’t dare question the state which only has our best interests at heart, because we are stupid sheep who should never seek to exercise free will if that free will might not be in complete accordance with the state’s will?

The NHS didn’t want them to get treatment in Marbella. And they successfully suborned the police to ensure that that happened.

And now they plan to extradite the parents, so they won’t even be able to stay by their terminal son’s bedside, an act of such monstrous, stubborn & wilful cruelty that I’ve now got even more reasons to be ashamed of my country.

Mr and Mrs King’s hearing – which will be closed to the press and public – may take place as early as tomorrow.

The couple are expected to oppose extradition so defence lawyers can then argue at a new hearing they should be released on bail for humanitarian reasons.

If they oppose extradition, the extradition judge would have to decide whether to release them on bail or remand them in custody.

It’s up to you, Spain. Are you going to show the compassion and humility that the UK can’t seem to muster?

Crossposted from my own blog, because this issue deserves a wider audience.

13 comments for ““We couldn’t be under that system any more.”

  1. ivan
    August 31, 2014 at 10:01 am

    They should have chosen France then their son would be under treatment now.

    It would appear that the NHS is now a law unto itself and woe betide anyone that has the temerity to actually have an illness getting into its clutches – ‘care pathway’ anyone.

  2. August 31, 2014 at 11:43 am

    “…an act of such monstrous, stubborn & wilful cruelty that I’ve now got even more reasons to be ashamed of my country”.

    Amen to that. Wasn’t it only yesterday that news broadcasts were saying that the parents had not broken the law – so why are they being persecuted? Meanwhile, the real lawbreakers – the imported child abusers and their protectors/apologists – are being pushed off the news agenda with all haste.

  3. Old Geezer
    August 31, 2014 at 11:50 am

    It is a pity that the police were not as forceful when dealing with the Rotherham Muslim rape gangs as they were with this case. But then he is white and Christian. That seems to make all the difference.

    • Viscount Rectum
      August 31, 2014 at 4:52 pm

      Yes well we all know the culprits ,police, care workers, perverts from the public services are on their toes with this one so dont mess with them they will be on your case in no time, how many Common Purpose agents sent to deal with these wicked parents who only want to protect their child.

  4. August 31, 2014 at 1:08 pm

    I agree with you, I was so angry when I read these parents were being hunted down like child molesters and said to my husband there is more to this than meets they eye,he is their child who do the police and the NHS think they are to question the parents rights to take their child out of hospital. A child is not a possession, but they made out these parents were deliberately damaging their own child, they have many other children all of whom are now also parentless, as well as a most likely very frightened sick child in a foreign hospital with no parent to reassure them. WELL DONE NHS WELL DONE PC PLOD WTF has this country come to. let the Kings go, let them go about their business and MOST OF ALL let them do as they see fit for their sick child they had all the kit they had him on the feeding tube and they were giving him what he needed . They were not neglecting him or abusing him. 1,400 children were abused in Rotherham and NOTHING IS DONE, but one sick child’s parents take him out of the country and suddenly it’s an international witch hunt. WHAT A CROCK OF CRAP. Same old story the easy targets get the brunt and the guilty walk free to abuse again, I also would not mind betting that this father’s jehovah’s witness beliefs come into this mess somewhere, however were this family muslims NOTHING would have been done.

  5. August 31, 2014 at 3:02 pm

    Clearly the NHS was frightened of it coming out that unlike continental health services, they would have killed the child off (in his own best interests, as they say about victims of the Liverpool Care Pathway).

    Hence their lie to the police that the parents withdrew their child from his UK death camp because they are dangerous Jehovah’s Witnesses who don’t believe in blood transfusions. NHS staff would sooner the child die than be shown up as murderers.

    But the parents aren’t at all worried about their child having blood transfusions, or they wouldn’t have put him in a Spanish hospital. Like a lot of JWs, it’s not an issue with them, as NHS staff would have known.

    PS As Julia has indicated before, British people with learning difficulties are now being bumped off – http://nationaldeathservice.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/i-look-forward-to-outrage.html

    • mona
      September 2, 2014 at 8:31 pm

      run from cure rick simpson.com

  6. John
    August 31, 2014 at 6:22 pm

    It says a lot for the state of our country not to mention the framework of the European Arrest Warrant that one has been granted and executed in a case where *no crime has been committed*

    Is that even legal? Does anyone care anymore?

    • adams
      August 31, 2014 at 6:57 pm

      We were told the EAW was for criminals and terrorists . We have already seen it invoked in paltry cases and now this . Democracy ? Freedom ? We have to get out of the EU Empire . Also we are paying for a squad of Police to stay in 5 star Hotels and interview these parents who are only trying to do the best for their child . You could not make it up . LibLabCon OUT .

  7. wg
    August 31, 2014 at 6:29 pm

    Hang on a minute – doesn’t every miscreant in this country, when we wish to deport them, offer up a defence of a ‘right to a family life’

    Our caring professional carers at work – Bastards.

  8. August 31, 2014 at 11:43 pm

    which will be closed to the press and public

    Ah yes.

    • September 1, 2014 at 10:50 pm

      Justice must not be seen to be not done.

  9. Andrew Duffin
    September 1, 2014 at 11:20 am

    I read that the parents were “being questioned” and I really couldn’t understand it.

    What offence, if any, have they committed?

    Does “the envy of the world” actually now have the right and the power to take over anyone’s life in any way it wants without any legal process or right of reply or challenge? Really? That’s a pretty scary situation we find ourselves in, is it not?

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