“THE DAILY DEATH BUGLE” SPECIAL EDT – Bullying / Child Abuse / Domestic Violence

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“THE DAILY DEATH BUGLE”

****SPECIAL EDITION****

Editor Tom Thumb

“READ ALL ABOUT! GET YOUR DAILY DEATH BUGLE,” the paper boy did shout.”TOM THUMB RETURNS HOME AFTER 2 WEEKS OF BEEN HELD AGAINST HIS WILL! READ ALL ABOUT IT! GET YOUR DAILY DEATH BUGLE! READ ALL ABOUT IT!  IS THE END HERE AND ARE THINGS FINALLY STARTING TO RETURN TO NORMAL? READ ALL ABOUT IT! GET YOUR DAILY DEATH BUGLE! READ ALL ABOUT IT!”

Three weeks ago things took a turn for the worst for me which resulted in been sectioned at Great Oaks. For seventeen days i was incarcerated against my will. I believe this was all due to the issues originally created by the mental health and social workers, DHSS and local police and council organizations.  The hunger strikes that i participated in were due to the conspiracies against me and also for the breaches against my civil and human rights.

To start with when i first arrived as a patient at Great Oaks i was full of anger due to the mistreatment i had received before i was sectioned. Every time it seemed like i was about to turn a corner and get somewhere, i was just met by more brick walls. The false hopes and broken promises took their toll on me and made me feel depressed. Let me say although i felt angry i never was aggressive towards anyone else.

During the first few days of been incarcerated i did consider resuming my hunger strike and also starting a smear campaign. It seemed as though things couldn’t get any worse and my incarceration just added to the long list of problems i had been facing over the previous months. After thinking about this for sometime i realized that although it would be a protest against the injustices against me, It may make things worse and lead to me been incarcerated for a longer period of time.something that i didn’t want.

Over the days whilst i was there i was visited several times by social works and mental heath to discuss what had been happening and led to me be sectioned. I explained the situation and the spiral of decline which had brought me to where i currently was and once again was told that they would help me rectify the wrong doings against me but i would require certain conditions.

The conditions were that i was to behave and comply to the rules and regulations of Great Oaks. I was also not allowed to resume any hunger strike and also had to take forced medication. It was an injections which left me spending many a night unable to sleep. I complied to all that was asked of me in the hope that things would be sorted and i would be allowed to return home.

On Monday 13th May i was finally allowed home and had a sense that there was a silver lining in the dark clouds and that the end to the previous months was finally in sight.

Over this past week i have been visited by social worker to check how i am and also help me in sorting everything out and fill in the paperwork and get the necessary bits required  for me to get what i was rightfully owed in the first place.On Wednesday i was told that they were trying to rush my money through and that i should expect to see in in my account shortly.On Thursday the social worker sorted things with the doctor regarding my forced medication and also the certificates i needed for the processing of the money owed to me. The medication is something that even though i don’t like taking am still required to. The side effects of sleepless nights are still affecting me which is why i am currently looking into appealing against forced meds. i have also been given a Section 3 which basically means that if i return to hunger striking etc they can incarcerate me whenever they want.

Friday today and at the moment still no money in my account and i am feeling like i am back at square one again and what caused my protests in the first place. it just seems to be more breaches of my human rights as once again i am left with no money to live and little food, gas and electric. I currently have £6.00 but due to living in a rural area and not been able to afford petrol for my bike, have no way of getting into the local town to buy shopping, Seems like a no win situation which i see resulting in me once again been incarcerated due to something i have no control over.

I still hope for a life in Belgium. whether its just a dream or whether it becomes reality still hangs in the balance.

Tom Thumb

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