Let's Fund Our NHS

Because you can never have enough racist Equality and Diversity Coordinators
Trust's plan to boost black, Asian and minority ethnic leaders
Diversity and equality Manager, Nazir Makda, said: "Since 2015 all NHS organisations have been required to demonstrate how they are addressing race equality issues in a range of staffing areas through the Workforce Race Equality Standard.
The Diversity and Equality Manager is an Asian Muslim. How diverse it that? I wouldn't be surprised if he was also a fucking disabled, transgender lesbian. And the Left, Centre and Right of the political spectrum continue to demand we pour ever more money into this bottomless pit of socialistic PC, woke, progressive shite, that continues to deliver health outcomes at the bottom end of the table, with regular monotony

No wonder people are constantly crowdfunding treatment in America and Europe, when the NHS is more concerned about management diversity hires, than providing a service that can deliver to those who need it and are paying a huge chunk of their income to access it

No wonder the NHS is constantly threatening to stop treating smokers and fat people, when the money for treatment is being spent paying the wages of muslims with racism chips on their shoulders, in back offices, rather than effective front line staff

What really surprises me is that the general public still fall for it. They still call it 'Our NHS', they still treat it like the holy grail of healthcare and they still have no problem with their taxes being taken by force to fund this crap, yet when this article appeared in the Telegraph this morning, there was an instant deluge of outrage in the comments, before they were inevitably switched off an hour or so later.
People are clearly sick and tired of all this diversity nonsense, yet when it comes to the NHS, questioning the system is the ultimate heresy; any problems the NHS faces, must be firmly blamed on the evil Tory cuts

This isn't just the odd diversity manager being a bit of a racist dick, it's the entire system. It's what the public sector has become. This is now what our taxes get spent on. This is 'vital frontline services' that Tories are scrapping in favour of tax cuts for fat cats, or so we are told

We don't just need a bit of austerity; borrowing a little less and pretending we're dealing with the debt. We need to slash and burn. The system is fucked and it doesn't need reform, it needs to be replaced
"Recent research has demonstrated that the treatment and experience of Black Minority Ethnic staff (BME) within the NHS is significantly worse, on average, than that of NHS white staff.
I'm sure it did and I'm sure it's all bollocks. If you constantly tell people that they are helpless victims of circumstance in a society that is racist towards them, I'm sure they will respond as though that is true if you give them a quick survey about why they were recently passed over for promotion or never get invited to all the good parties
"The publication of the Snowy White Peaks of the NHS (2014)...
The fucking what!? Oh for fucks sake! Come on really! Who actually gives a tiny rats arse if NHS staff are black, brown, gammon coloured or fucking blue with polka dots, as long as the people treating your illness know what they are doing and don't end up sewing a bed pan into your abdomen
"The publication of the Snowy White Peaks of the NHS (2014) indicated that Black Minority Ethnic staff (BME) staff were absent from leadership or senior positions of many organisations even where the workforce had substantial numbers of Black Minority Ethnic staff (BME) staff and where the organisation provided services to communities with large number of Black Minority Ethnic (BME) patients.
Did you spot that? 24% of that small paragraph was repetitions of the phrase, "Black Minority Ethnic staff (BME)"

"Work will be needed to recognise the barriers around the three staff survey WRES indicators, as this is an area identified for the trust for further improvement," Mr Makda added
Total bollocks. They all need to go. Every single person on the public payroll with Equality or Diversity in their job title, needs to be sacked immediately. Maybe then we can discuss the 'evil Tory cuts'

If I ever need major surgery on the NHS, I'll probably be terrified if it turns out to be a Black Minority Ethnic (BME) doctor doing the job. How on Earth do I know if he's a competent surgeon or a diversity hire who doesn't know which way up to hold the scalpel?

Is it racist to demand a white surgeon? Someone who has made it through the ranks in spite of all the PC crap, not because of it?


Say it! Say we are Unagi!


Wow! I don't want to visit Scotland then. I might catch fat
More than 100,000 young Scots are now obese, with current methods of measuring weight at risk of underestimating the scale of the problem by as much as half, researchers said.
Really? The current method of measuring is BMI and that truly is bollocks, but it doesn't underestimate peoples weight, it vastly over estimates it. The childhood obesity epidemic can be seen to be nonsense by anyone who goes out in public with their eyes open. You can clearly see that most children are not overweight, let alone obese. The majority of the ones who are carrying a little extra weight will do away with that long before they grow into adulthood anyway

No, the childhood obesity epidemic is not real, it's only made up figures on paper. And it's BMI that allows those paper figures to be falsely created, by overstating the weight of the population

What the very first paragraph of this article is telling us, is that there is probably twice as many fat kids as BMI is telling us
Experts at the University of Strathclyde warned there are “large numbers of children and adolescents” whose weight is “apparently healthy” when their Body Mass Index (BMI) is calculated – but who despite this have “an excessively high body fat content”.
Rather than using BMI – which is based on height and weight – the researchers said using an alternative method to measure obesity would provide a “far more accurate picture of the scale of the problem”.
Why on Earth do we need a measuring system at all? What is wrong with the Mark One Eyeball? Just get the class to walk single file past the school nurse while she says, "Fat, not fat, fat, not fat, not fat, huge, not fat, fat..." etc

The problem with an accurate system, one that actually tells us if people are fat or not, rather than one that extrapolates 'fatness' data into paper figures, is that it gives us a true answer. The childhood obesity epidemic is a complete fiction
However they said the method would also be “more costly” to use, with more time needed to establish if youngsters are a healthy weight or not.
Despite this, Professor John Reilly of Strathclyde’s School of Psychological Sciences and Health said it “could be worth the consideration and investment”.
And if you can't prove the epidemic, you don't get paid
He recently led a study of obesity in Africa, which involved 1,500 primary schoolchildren across eight separate countries.
Obesity in Africa? Blinking hell, it's like selling snowballs to Eskimos
This found a significant disparity between the level of children defined as obese by BMI (9%) and those classed as obese by excessive fatness as measured by total body water – with this deuterium dilution method resulting in 29% being put in this group.
Garbage in, garbage out. What other way is there to demonstrate an obesity problem in a country better associated with pictures of distended bellies and Bob Geldof asking for two pounds a month?
“The deuterium dilution measure would be more costly and would take longer than BMI – three to four hours compared with 15 to 20 minutes for BMI – but it would present us with a far more accurate picture of the scale of the problem.
There can be no system, real or imagined, that takes three to four hours to determine if a child is obese. This is beyond bollocks
“This generation will face a range of challenges, including the impacts of climate change...
Ok, I'm done. Climate change? We're all the way down the rabbit hole now

Baby It's Cold Outside

Apparently the snowflakes are up in arms about a very old Christmas song, 'Baby It's Cold outside'. It seems the lyrics written in 1947 (I believe) are not suitable for today's woke audiences

I don't actually remember having heard this song in the past and I couldn't find the lyrics in my back issues of Smash Hits, so I had to Google it

Wow! It's not often I agree with the woke army, but on this occasion, they are right. This song actually is dripping with sexism and I would say it's probably right to ban it

Have you heard the lyrics? If not, here they are in full:

I really can't stay (But, baby, it's cold outside)
I've got to away (But, baby, it's cold outside)
This evening has been (Been hoping that you'd drop in)
So very nice (I'll hold your hands, they're just like ice)
My mother will start worry (Beautiful, what's your hurry?)
My father will be pacing the floor (Listen to the fireplace roar)
So really I'd better scurry (Beautiful, please don't hurry)
But maybe just a half a drink more (Put some records on while I pour)
The neighbors might think (Baby, it's bad out there)
Say, what's in this drink? (No cab's to be had out there)
I wish I knew how (Your eyes are like starlight now)
To break this spell (I'll take your hat, your hair looks swell)
I ought to say "No, no, no, sir" (Mind if I move in closer?)
At least I'm gonna say that I tried (What's the sense in hurtin' my pride?)

I really can't stay
(Oh, baby, don't hold out)
Baby, it's cold outside

I simply must go (But, baby, it's cold outside)
The answer is no (But, baby, it's cold outside)
Your welcome has been (How lucky that you dropped in)
So nice and warm (Look out the window at the storm)
My sister will be suspicious (Gosh your lips look delicious)
My brother will be there at the door (Waves upon the tropical shore)
My maiden aunt's mind is vicious (Gosh your lips are delicious)
But maybe just a cigarette more (Never such a blizzard before)
I've gotta get home (But, baby, you'd freeze out there)
Say, lend me a coat (It's up to your knees out there)
You've really been grand (I thrill when you touch my hand)
But don't you see? (How can you do this thing to me?)
There's bound to be talk tomorrow (Think of my lifelong sorrow)
At least there will be plenty implied (If you got pneumonia and died)

I really can't stay
(Get over that cold out)
Baby, it's cold
Baby, it's cold outside
See how sexist that is? Of course you do

Everybody knows that if a woman wants to get some, she just has to snap her fingers. Even the fat ugly birds are doing it on a regular basis

But if a man wants a bit, he's got to work at it. And I mean really work at it

And that's what we can see in this record

The bloke wants the woman to stick around as he thinks there's a possibility he might get her in the sack later on. He's giving her every excuse under the sun to make that happen

She's dangling him like a yo-yo and giving counter arguments to each of his, but not quite good enough to be convincing, just to make him keep trying his luck

After a while it seems like he might be getting somewhere when she says she'll stay for a drink, which he prepares

As it goes on though, he's still trying, almost to the point of grovelling, but still on the edge of getting nowhere, until it seems like he might be in luck, because she bums a cigarette and agrees to stay a little longer

In the end though, after she's taken him for a drink and a ciggy, she just leaves

She'll now probably move onto the next bloke who shows a little interest and see what free stuff she can get out of him

Throughout the song it demonstrates how the woman has complete power over the man in these situations and how she will use that power to get what she wants and the man is left with nothing

The woman in this song will by the type who tells her mate in the morning, "I went out with a tenner last night, got shit faced and came home with fifty quid"

After expending all that effort, plus booze and fags, the chap has nothing to show for it. He didn't even get a bunk up

So yes, this terrible sexist manipulation of men needs to be stamped out. This is 2018 and this sexual exploitation of men belongs in the dark ages

Get it banned

Merry Christmas!

Good Job Lads part 2

Following on from this, it's back in the paper again. It seems like the Lancashire Telegraph can talk about little else at the moment. It must be some kind of 'Think of the homeless at Christmas' thing
Homeless people sleeping in Blackburn Morrisons car park
In one picture a tent is seen on the ramp of the car park - and in another a driver's dash cam picked up a man sleeping close to the first floor entrance to the store.
I just don't see how they can keep getting everyone all riled up by repeatedly pointing out that there are only 13 rough sleepers in a borough of 147,000 people
At a recent council scrutiny committee meeting borough community safety manager Mark Aspin said at least 13 people regularly slept rough - the worst he had known.
As I've stated, if that's the worst ever, there never really was a problem. All the initiatives to keep people off the street and in accommodation must be working. By the councils own admission, these 13 are people that have been offered help and have refused it
Cllr Slater said: "I am very concerned at the borough's high number of rough sleepers. It is very sad that people are forced to sleep on the street in the current weather but some decline help. More needs to be done.
What can be done when they 'decline help'? If they 'decline help', they're clearly not 'forced to sleep on the street'.

The council should not be lamenting the fact that there are 13 people who've been offered help, still choosing to sleep rough and complaining about how bad it all is, they should be patting themselves on the back because there are 146,983 people in the borough who are not sleeping rough

There's a huge positive in this recurring story, that everyone involved is failing to acknowledge

And people are falling for this. Almost everyone in the comments has drunk the Kool Aid and is bleating for the Government to do something. Of course they've actually no idea what that something is that the Government should do, just "Tories are bad, M'kay"

The job centre?

Wasting police time

And the courts

But if you're a woman who's a bit dim (putting it politely), you'll get away with it every time
A MAN jailed for a violent assault on his partner admitted being in breach of a restraining order by meeting up with her after his release.
He violently assaulted his partner in such a manner that he received a jail sentance. Unless you offend someone on Twitter, it's quite difficult to get sent down these days, so he must have given her a fair good going over

So when he gets out, what's the first thing she does? Goes to meet up with him
Blackburn magistrates heard the meetings were cordial but after one, at Blackburn Railway Station, she was bombarded with abusive and threatening text messages.
The court was told James Patrick McInerney accepted breaching the restraining order by meeting his former partner but denied all knowledge of the messages which were sent from his mother's phone.
Richard Prew, defending, said the basis of his client's plea was that since his release from prison he and his partner had been in contact.
"It was mutual and with her consent," said Mr Prew. "She confirms that she continued to see him hoping he had changed."
It really is about time the courts made restraining orders mutual. If a woman decides to maintain contact with a violent toe rag after the police have already dealt with him, just because she naively and mistakenly believes 'he can change', she should be on her own as far as the police and courts are concerned

People like this don't deserve the time and effort

Good job lads. Your work here is done

It seems our local council has managed to tackle the issue of homelessness. They've even issued a statement to the local newspaper declaring victory and describing how the problem was finally solved

Strange though. It doesn't really sound like a victory statement. I just can't fathom why

Homelessness in Blackburn with Darwen hits record high

According to the headline, there never really was a problem in the first place:
Speaking at a council scrutiny meeting, the borough’s community safety manager Mark Aspin said there were as many as 13 people sleeping rough on the borough’s streets - more than there has ever been.
In a borough of nearly 147,000 people, that's nothing. Absolutely nothing. As this figure has always been lower in the past, they must have always done a grand job of helping the homeless. Trebles all round!
“These 13 people are people who have gone through accommodation and have not been able to sustain a tenancy.
“We are legally bound to provide an offer up until the point at which they make themselves homeless.
So from the councils point of view then, there are actually NO people sleeping rough on the streets who haven't actually chosen to sleep rough on the streets. It just gets better
“At the moment we have our winter emergency provision and anyone sleeping outside can go to the Salvation Army.
So if they decide that living on the streets is actually a 'bum' deal, they do have other options. Assistance is available if requested

And that's a wrap. The issue of rough sleeping in our borough has been tackled
Head of safeguarding, community protection and specialist services Paul Lee added word of mouth among the homeless meant more were migrating to the borough because of services and accommodation available that is not possible elsewhere.

Mr Aspin added: “I think the challenge for us lies where we have got people moving into the borough and when we look to send they back where they came from, we are met with resistance.
Then don't offer the service to people from outside the borough. Word of mouth will spread that too and the Sally Army doesn't just operate in Blackburn

It seems like Blackburn have the problem licked. It won't stay licked if it causes an influx of homeless from other boroughs
Cllr Julie Gunn added: “As an authority we need to try and protect these vulnerable people because at the bottom of it all is a real person with real needs.”
This is how we crated an entire generation of underclass chavs; by agreeing to pay benefits for every child they have, because it's 'not the child's fault'. Now is the time to get tough with the homeless policy. It peoples own councils won't or are unable to help, we should not start making them our problem

Because it will be a problem
Organised £100-a-day Blackburn beggars share out prime spots
If the help has been offered and refused and there is still a charity failsafe option, it's time to end the softly, softly approach

Communitysafety manager Mark Aspin told a scrutiny committee meeting: “The majority of the 300 people we have spoken to over the last 12 months, there were about six or seven that did not have accommodation

When you've done all you can, it's time to start clearing the streets. Word of mouth will spread that, too