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For the last time, we don’t want to hear any more bloody apologies, we don’t want to note; once again, that bloody lessons have been learned, what should be happening is the senior managers, together with all the bloody doctors and the bloodsucking f**cking midwives who together managed the deaths of 11 babies and one mother, should all stand trial on at least Manslaughter charges!

 

But what, once more, will actually happen?

 

No one will resign, without at least a thumping big payout! No-one will be fired; no one will be charged with anything; all these bastards will keep their pensions and huge salaries, and we all will await the next set of disclosures from our wonderful ‘Free at the point of use’ bloody NHS.

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5 thoughts on “This oh-so-wonderful Health Service

  1. ‘lessons have been learned’

    It’s a Common Purpose cop-out.

    No-one ever has to take any responsibility, they just get promoted for failure, it’s called ‘Leading above authority’.

  2. How much further can our so-called ‘Civil Service’ and the public service sector in general, slide down the slippery slope into total moral, intellectual and fiscal corruption? Across every branch, without exception, standards of service and any ‘sense of original purpose’ have, to all intents and purposes, disappeared.

    It would be all too easy to suggest a change in the Westminster cabal might be the answer, but I would suggest that is just wishful thinking, the rot reaches to the very core of our once envied society, and that anything so simple as a change of personnel might effect a change is merely wishful thinking.

    With such a scenario two things are apparent, – things have gone too far to be easily or quickly rectified, and it will take some sort of revolution, – in the ethical, practical and intellectual spheres, and we can but hope that it doesn’t all get too physical in the process.

    Whatever the answer turns out to be, it will most definitely not be in any way related to some futuristic version of ‘democracy’, – a ‘tried and failed’ system if ever there was one…

  3. Part Two…

    It isn’t just the NHS, – here is an example of Treasury incompetence.

    I see that our share of the Euro tunnel has been sold off to a Canadian cartel, – I wonder if there is any part of our national infrastructure that the Tories might care to retain for our national benefit?

    While they quite happily sold off control of the SE England airspace to the Federal German government a few months ago – an act of such irony that it is surprising that it passed with such little media comment.

    They have now sold off the only land-based direct access from the continent, – they really seem quite disinterested in maintaining any control over access to the UK. Security? – what’s that’?

    Such an attitude of ‘everything is for sale’ seems very redolent of those ‘going out of business’ sales that have become such a feature of the British High Street and of the Brit commercial scene in general.

    This latest infrastructure sale is for three quarters of a billion pounds, – I wonder how much of that sum will actually find its way into Treasury coffers? – what with commissions, fees etc. We wont even recover our build expenses, which were some – £4.6 billion back in the ’80’s, of which ‘our share’ was some 40%, approximately £2 billion, and Osbourne considers £3/4 billion to be a good price for the sale of one of the few profit making enterprises in government hands.

    We really are governed by idiots, are we not?

  4. Ernest Young, on March 3rd, 2015 at 9:24 PM Said:

    How much further can our so-called ‘Civil Service’ and the public service sector in general, slide down the slippery slope into total moral, intellectual and fiscal corruption? Across every branch, without exception, standards of service and any ‘sense of original purpose’ have, to all intents and purposes, disappeared.

    Any sense of original purpose has been replaced by ‘Common Purpose’.

    Just Google any one of the names of any of these NHS managers, directors, quango chiefs, civil servants, and the answer is there staring you in the face.

    It’s the proverbial elephant in the room, that unfortunately has been ignored for far too long.

    It’s too late now.

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