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02 Feb 2021 18:48:05
Rest in Peace, Sir Captain Tom Moore. He showed us all that you are never too old to make a difference.

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02 Feb 2021 19:01:36
This might sound harsh, but why was he allowed to go to Barbados when the rest of us were told to stay at home. Why was his family allowed at his bedside, when ours are not allowed.

02 Feb 2021 19:05:31
Because cymru, although we may all apparently be equal, some of us are more equal than others.

02 Feb 2021 19:06:19
Because it fits the agenda for the great reset.

02 Feb 2021 19:15:14
That does sound very harsh mate. he was in the war mate defending this great nation. in a world wide C.V. as never seen before he raised 33m for the NHS. If the great man wanted to go on his last family holiday fair play. I get where your coming from with the family at his bedside in this current situation. Maybe the government could say to relatives, 2 people to be allowed to be bedside in such events however a isolation period of 10 days will be placed upon them following.
Shame all around really. RIP sir tom.

02 Feb 2021 20:02:49
That’s also a fair point Magico.

02 Feb 2021 20:16:13
More importantly - because he was no longer on the C.V. ward having tested negative, but the damage has already been done. As is the case with most other people you can visit terminal patients not in the C.V. wards, but it's run by individual hospital capacity.

02 Feb 2021 20:38:29
hjikle, thank you for that update, it’s good to hear all of the story.

02 Feb 2021 20:38:41
Lots of peoples grand parents fought in the war and I'm sure most people would class their grandad as a hero. Doesn't matter how much he raised for charity, you can't have one rule for him and another for anyone else who's loved one is about to die.

02 Feb 2021 21:22:19
If you have a problem with someone who put his life on the line to defend this country and did what he did for the nhs giving a lot of hope to people I’m such depressing times going to Barbados before he died then I’m sorry that says a lot about you.

02 Feb 2021 21:51:35
Even those who give selflessly and expect nothing in return, get brickbats. What a world we live in.

02 Feb 2021 22:25:13
Some people are unbelievable. Your pissed off he don’t die alone?

03 Feb 2021 00:14:11
No problem with his holiday or his family being with him at the end but please remember he was in hospital for pneumonia, survival rates at 100yrs old not good, I knew a guy 48 yrs old killed him in two weeks.

03 Feb 2021 00:43:06
No, more pissed off that hundreds, if not more, have had to die alone, shouldn't be allowed to happen, but you're welcome to tell those families yourself that that's ok.

03 Feb 2021 08:20:32
Well, going by some off these posts you can see how easy it is for people to get away with racist and nasty posts and the like on social media. Its so easy to post vile and ill timed comments these days.
My post was about how even a really old bloke like Sir Tom can make a difference at the ripe old age of 100, yet some want to make it about something else. The man has just died and his family are grieving yet some think its the right moment to have a go, even if they might have a valid point. That is disappointing. Shame.

03 Feb 2021 08:32:35
Who’s said that’s ok? Nobody. But when a national hero has passed all some people can say is why did he have family at his bedside?



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