On this day a year ago
Well, this week I did no better than political journalist John Rentoul; we both scored 7/10. I did not know the answers to questions 6, 7, and 8.
In reality, she never had much of a “medical career” anyway: academically qualified in 2010, but worked as a hospital doctor for only a couple of years before starting to train as a psychiatrist, then abandoning that to set up a campaign group which, inter alia, sells things such as useless cloth facemasks.
She has admitted that she makes her small son wear a facemask even in empty parks. Overall, a kind of crank.
Not that she is completely wrong about the NHS, but has no solutions other than more money given to it. Trouble is, the NHS is to a high degree mismanaged. Many of the problems of the NHS are nothing to do with its funding but more to do with its maladministration. Anyone who has experienced, even as member-of-the-public observer, what hospitals are like now, knows that. It is a pity, because so many (albeit not all) NHS doctors, nurses and paramedics are so competent, and indeed so caring.
That “lions led by donkeys” aspect is also true of many other parts of British life, in fact: armed forces, police, local government etc.
Reverting to the facemask nonsense, there are (as noted in other recent blog posts), even now, some cranks and neurotics who are continuing to wear them. I saw a crazy-looking middle-aged woman only a few days ago in the local Waitrose, wearing her muzzle while buying cigarettes at the kiosk.
Where does one start? First of all, if she were really concerned about being infected by the dreaded “Covid”, or for that matter about infecting the unmasked shoppers (99% of those shopping), she would not even be there, but would be at home, and ordering her necessities online.
Secondly, if she were that concerned about her health and welfare, she would not be smoking (yes, she may have been buying for someone else, but probably not).
You can probably say that 99% of facemask-wearers now are cranks, neurotics, or other persons with some psychological problem, or people so stupidly unthinking that they have internalized the System propaganda of the past couple of years.
Personally, I favour an NHS-style “free at point of use” health service, however provided, but one that works properly.
More news about the “Royal Mulatta”
What goes around comes around.
The NWO basis for the present msm/political support for “Ukraine” (the Kiev regime) is patent.
Conservative Party leadership contest
Since when was Boris-idiot a “prized election-winner“? He (or rather his party when under his leadership) won one general election— 2019. Since then, the record on by-elections and local elections has been no more than mediocre, if that.
Penny Mordaunt was not particularly interesting as potential Prime Minister, but she evidently appealed more to the voters than do Liz Truss and/or Rishi Sunak.
Penny Mordaunt will now sink without trace. She only fell into the position of being a serious contender by accident, chance, or Fate, that is out of a concatenation of special circumstances. I doubt that she will be more than a junior minister at any future time.
It is clear that neither Rishi Sunak nor Liz Truss appeal to many voters. Fortunately for them, the same can be said of the Labour Party.
Of course, it is true that both main System parties are just “ZOG” [“Zionist Occupation Government”] and signed up to the “NWO” [“New World Order”] agenda, but that does not mean that lesser political differences do not matter.
Edward Heath was a very different prime minister than his successor, Margaret Thatcher, despite them both belonging to the same party. The same would obviously have been the case between the prime ministership of David Cameron-Levita and (had he ever become PM) David Davis. Compare also Corbyn, with Starmer, let alone Theresa May or “Boris” Johnson.
On the international level, politics matters and differences in basic ideology lead to very different results: you only have to look at South Korea and North Korea, or the 1948-1989 Germany: DDR (East) v. Bundesrepublik (West). I myself have never seen (either) Korea, but certainly saw both East and West Germany in the 1980s. Big difference.
My present feeling is that a hung Parliament is the likely result of any general election, even were it to be held right now, but one may not be held until late 2024.
Exactly. Both main System parties (and the smaller hanger-on System parties, such as LibDems, SNP, Plaid Cymru etc) are guilty. They all caused, or helped to cause, Britain’s slow-motion train crash.
Ha. Reminds me of when my first wife, an American, told me of what a fellow-member of her gym in New Jersey told her of a similar encounter.
Apparently, that woman, a uniformed female police officer, had arrested a prostitute on various charges. The arrested woman was compliant and was just making a statement at the police station when she, without warning, bit the policewoman hard on the wrist, drawing blood. The policewoman was so shocked and in pain that she struck the arrested woman with the back of her other hand. Only once, but really hard.
That was the totality of the incident, but the policewoman had a nervous wait until the result of an HIV test came in. There was also the possibility that the woman struck might make a complaint (I do not know whether she ever did).
I remember meeting that officer once or twice about that time. A beautiful blonde, like those sometimes seen in American TV cop dramas.
Very true, but it is pointless telling that to most of the “save our NHS” types, because most of them are also signed up to the “refugees welcome” and pro-mass immigration viewpoints; not to mention the “Covid” hysteria, “lockdowns”, facemask nonsense etc (that caused much of the —planned and deliberately caused— present or upcoming privations). Dim people.
“I am a socialist, but a white man first” [Jack London]