- Dec 14, 2011
BBC Newsnight saying tonight that doctors who complained of shortages of PPE were warned to shut up about it by NHS management.
Ffs! Godwin's Law again........Mary Kenny
People quite rightly condemn the fascism of the 1930s. But are we not seeing a form of fascism arising today with so much state control of our every movement? That’s what fascism was - total control by the state. Now even the churches bend the knee to state.
....Police across Wales say they have been "busy" dealing with visitors flouting lockdown laws.
North Wales Police said they had turned around tourists from Manchester, Norwich and London as they tried to visit parts of Snowdonia.
Drivers from Bristol and Wolverhampton were fined for heading to Stackpole, Pembrokeshire, along with a Birmingham family in the Brecon Beacons.
Everything governments do is temporary... until it's not, like income tax.Ffs! Godwin's Law again........
Anyone who cannot see that the controls implemented are temporary, and are only there for the common good needs to duck their head in a bucket of water and keep it there till they run out of breath. Because that's about the best way I can think of to replicate at least aspect of what dying of this disease must feel like.
Mary Kenny was a clown when she appeared on the Late Late Show in the 1960s and she's an even bigger clown now. The only difference is that now she is an irrelevance.
By the way, on the subject of the Nazis, how's the holocaust denial thingy going?
No.Are you seriously suggesting that the Irish government want to keep you all locked in your houses forever?
In fairness the sooner England and Wales divest themselves of Northern Ireland and Scotland the better. Its becoming a bit of a farce now !Disgraceful language from the BBC about Nicola Sturgeon 'enjoying' this.
They seem to be the only country in the world that has less deaths in nursing homes than in the general population.UK daily death toll, excluding English nursing homes, is 229.
NHS England announced 174 more deaths in its hospitals today, while Scotland recorded 29 deaths in all settings, followed by Wales (17) and Northern Ireland (seven).www.dailymail.co.uk