I could kiss Sasha, and kiss each and every person who has shared their experiences and done what ever they can, to help make things better. Together, our sheer numbers give us a voice that is now being heard, thanks to Sasha's campaign.
With today's events, let the media Juggernaut begin, or will advertising streams continue to dictate editorial policy?
This is what OE has tried to prevent for years, well now it's out there and better still it ain't over yet. Industry Regulation = it's all over for the high street eye laser cowboys. Mousdale, Hannon, Patrick Green & Co, I trust you all enjoyed it as much as we did.
This whole refractive eye surgery scandal should have been declared a public health crisis years ago ! This is due to the sheer amount of permanent damage that has been (and continues to be) inflicted upon peoples most precious sense ! Well done Sasha. Now the real truth that the industry has been so desperate to supress will end up in the public domain ! I shudder to think of how many horrific cases there are actually out there of peoples eyes and lives being utterly ruined by the ruthless pursuit of business profit !
Just listened to MP John McDonald while in Australia, job well done John, now that Sasha has been named in Parliament, it certainly adds weight to this site not just being a "gripe site". Can't wait for Feb 28th, I think he stated.
BTW This site can be hosted anywhere in the world, Tonga is suppose to be nice Alternatively there is the Ukraine.
Well done Sasha, it took a long time and effort, but it's out there now. Few glasses of wine to celebrate, tonight, you deserve it.
OE have waited until Sasha Rodoy reached the House of Commons for John McDonnell's presentation of the Bill and immediately their lawyers contacted this website's host threatening legal action if OERML was not removed. This has been timed to dodge media interest.
However be assured that normal service WILL be resumed as soon as possible once we move host
OE's complaint includes: "Content contained upon the site which is untrue or inaccurate, offensive, unrelated to the site’s purpose, defamatory or otherwise objectionable, placed upon the site with the sole intention of unfairly disrupting the business of the complainant"
If content on OERML is as they claim, why doesn't David Moulsdale simply sue me for defamation?