Such a prescient, beautiful sentiment.

Thursday, 21 June 2012

All Things Are Politicised.

Doctors Are Now The Medical Wing Of The Left.

Next patient?

This is taken from the Hippocratic Oath,  "And I will use treatments for the benefit of the ill in accordance with my ability and my judgment, but from what is to their harm and injustice I will keep them."  Now in my ignorance I would say that a withdrawal of treatment and service are likely thing to cause harm and injustice to patients and junior staff at a fraction of their earning levels.

As said elsewhere, here is a profession, once respected but now just another, in the main, infiltrated, union toy and every bit as spoilt and selfish as the whole Civil Service employee system, from top to bottom. These people are amongst the best paid in the land with a pension scheme none of us could ever hope for. Yet an attempt to find the dosh to pay these people is treated with a whingeing response like that of spoilt kids.

I feel mortified that the luxury life styles, villas in Tuscany and the Toynbee like riches might be slightly impaired. Well if they carry on in this manner they will end up as destitute as many in Greece, for whom years of excessive largesse and privilege have come to an end. There is no money to be borrowed or earnt and those who believe their entitlement is an inalienable right have a big shock awaiting them. With any luck this will include top PCT labour placements and their cronies in collusion with them, senior medical staff.


  1. There was a doctors spokesperson on telly earlier explaining that the increase in pension contributions by doctors was being used to pay off the nations debt. He seemed to miss the point that taxpayers pay for the NHS and any money paid adds to the debt. Even if doctors paid 99% of their income into their pension scheme it would still add 1% to our debt.
    I think they live in la la land.
    We've now moved to what is called a tyrannical democratic state.
    In this state the percentage of people in receipt of state taxes exceeds the number of private employees. This means that the public sector will always outvote the private sector in national elections and will vote for the party who promises to keep them in the manner to which they have become accustomed. Which is socialism. So even though Milliband is clueless it doesn't matter because he will get voted in to maintain the state sector.

    1. Spot on as ever, George. They are also part of a fifth column in the public employ, left by Labour to cause mayhem.