Monday, 24 February 2014

The NHS Constitution was supposed to generate benefits of £420,000,000!

I am blogging this, cos I keep having trouble finding it(!)
The NHS Constitution was supposed to generate benefits of £420,000,000
This appeared to be completely mad (the constitution was just putting existing documents into a single document!), so I looked into it a bit (back in 2009), but on the back of this huge figure, the government spent many millions to get it in place!

In summary the main benefits were seen as enabling patients to complain more, so drive up standards... however, there was already research in the public domain that said patient complaints don't drive up standards!

So this is what I did... My Freedom of Information request via 'What Do They Know' https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/nhs_constitution_projected_benef

Thursday, 6 February 2014

Free speech is Bullshit!

Bullshit - a natural product of the digestive processes of a Bovine having consumed food.
Free speech - the natural product of the thinking process of a Human having consumed information.

Bullshit occurs naturally wherever Bovines exist.
Free speech occurs naturally wherever Humanity exists.

To stop bulls shitting is an inhumane offence against nature.
To stop a human speaking freely is an inhumane offence against nature.

Now, once nature has taken its course and there is bovine manure and human ideas - they can be put to use.

This is the end of the shitters and the speakers responsibility.

Some people may collect manure and put on roses so they be nourished and grow.
Some people may collect ideas and apply them so humanity may be nourished and grow.

Some people may collect maure and throw it at you, this is wrong and bad of the thrower.
Some people may collect ideas and use them to justify aggression, this is wrong and bad of the aggressor.

Some people think free-speech/ideas that other people don't like are bad and the original thinker/speaker should be punished - which actually makes as little sense as punishing a Bull just in case their shit gets thrown.

Some people are so stupid as to throw the shit/ideas to get the bull/free-speaker into trouble!! Worse, some people are so stupid they join the thrower to attack the bull/free-speaker!!

These people are known as a 'mindless mob' or 'politically correct tossers', and they appear to form the main part of UK civil society nowadays (and in much of the world!) - they are the result of a poor, manipulative education system, and a warped sense of self. It is the duty of all remaining decent people to oppose them... so I do.

Wednesday, 5 February 2014

Cameron shows his contempt for the public and parliament - alcohol minimum pricing.

I just wrote to my MP via www.writetothem.com - may be you should too? (use your own words!)


Dear,

I was very disappointed to see that the coalition government have brought in minimum alcohol pricing by the back door.

Some time ago David Cameron had made this a 'flagship policy', but (apparently) in the face of public (and so MP) opposition performed a U-Turn and dropped it. (http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-politics-23346532)

Now it is reported that rather than dropping it, a way was sought to bring it in with out allowing the public (or MPs) to have a say. (http://m.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-26040550)

I cannot express how disgusting I find this behaviour by the government in sidestepping the public and MPs.

David Cameron has a record of abusing his position, which he acknowledges - so much so that he sought to support an EU referendum law, as he knew his word alone would be trusted by very few voters.

This 'back door' introduction of law is a very EU method of working (as per working time directive being brought in via 'health and safely' because UK had an opt-out on 'employment' regulations).

I hope you are as mortified by this evasion of parliamentary accountability as I am.

Of course, by adding this to his record of deceitfulness and deviousness, the public will be reassured that any referendum promised by David Cameron will only ever deliver (by fair means or foul) the result that he wants.

Yours sincerely,

Paul Perrin