Monday, 30 November 2009

Wealth on Health

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Huge pay rises for shamed

hospital bosses... including

one who had an affair with

patient safety executive


Twelve NHS trusts in England are 'significantly underperforming' according to the new report

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The report by healthcare analysts Dr Foster found that 12 trusts are putting patients at serious risk because of life-threatening errors and 'systemic' safety failings - even though eight of them were praised as 'good' or 'excellent' by the Care Quality Commission health watchdog only last month.

It also found that 27 trusts - a fifth of the total - have unusually high death rates - equating to almost 5,000 excess deaths.

More than half of the 27 are supposedly elite foundation trusts. The joint-tenth-worst, Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre, is said by Dr Foster to have a death rate 15 per cent higher than the national average.

Yet its chief executive, Julian Hartley, saw his pay rise by 32 per cent from £125,000 to £165,000 when his trust attained foundation status in December 2007. He has now left to join South Manchester, another of the least-safe trusts on the list.

Friday, 20 November 2009

Dead in three months. Labour should die sooner.

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Three Months Later, Megrahi Lives

It was only 90 days ago that we were told that Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi had only three months to live. Well he lives and breathes today. Officials in Libya last week confirmed that Megrahi had been discharged from Tripoli Medical Centre.

Colonel Gaddafi’s regime has publicly declared its hope that “a miracle from God” would preserve al Megrahi’s life. Guido is ashamed to say that he is a bit more cynical…

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The Scottish Kirk wrapped a convicted man in Muslim cloth and sent him off to confession in the dessert of Human Kindness, nursed by the murderers of WPC Fletcher, with the Blessing of the Son of Manse. As they all prayed at the altar of Blindness a single voice was heard to call out, “Jesus save us.”
The twenty million pilgrims heard this lone voice and the worshipper was stoned to death. The crowd in Mecca cheered and called out, “Allah is merciful.” Will these Gods help Labour, the SNP and all the others who usurp the ancient laws for modern commercialism? Only history, or the voters, can say that. But they won't. Labour voters will vote in a four legged donkey as long as they are Labour. They could have a perfectly decent candidate but that has never mattered with labour Voters.

Mental stress

Traumatised troops get

payout pittance after

Afghanistan and Iraq

Captain Neil Christie

Neil Christie felt the army washed its hands of him

Since November 2005 the Ministry of Defence (MoD) has

paid 155 mentally traumatised soldiers, who experience

delusions, hallucinations, flashbacks and severe depression,

an average of just under £6,000, according to official figures.

Four others received payments above £9,075.

Sir John Major, the former prime minister, is so concerned by

the low payouts that he has written to Gordon Brown to object

in what aides describe as “the strongest possible terms”.

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I cannot agree with some blogs about the causes of so much stress for soldiers, but I wholehearted concur that any compensation is derisory.

The MPs watchdog.

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MPs' standards chief

quits over expenses

The head of the Commons standards body has stepped down pending an inquiry into his own expenses - a few weeks after being appointed.
Tory MP David Curry

The Daily Telegraph alleged Tory MP David Curry claimed nearly £30,000 for a second home that his wife had barred him from using after he had an affair.

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What most reports have omitted is that Mr Curry is on another committee which is to rule on the future of MP's expenses and behaviour.
Small wonder there is no trust in MP's!!!

Ten years on - TPA video

This is the legacy of your vote for Labour. Add this to the dilution of your vote - immigrants have exactly the same voting right as you and they use theirs - whether illegal or not.
There are independant people out there who are standing for parliament and need your help. just you X will do to get rid of this corrupt Parliament.
See what they are doing with all the bent MP's! ending them to the Lords when most would prefer to dispatch them to the Heavens.

Wednesday, 18 November 2009

Censorship on the Net

PCC to regulate UK bloggers?

Baroness Buscombe, the new chairman of the Press Complaints Commission, has ambitions for her organisation that go beyond the traditional newspaper companies.
She wants to examine the possibility that the PCC's role should be extended to cover the blogosphere, which is becoming an increasing source of breaking news and boasts some of the media's highest-profile commentators, such as the political bloggers Iain Dale and Guido Fawkes. Do readers of such sites, and people mentioned on them, deserve the same rights of redress that the PCC offers in respect of newspapers and their sites?

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1984 and all that.
With the BBC still reeling from its first real taste of freedom when it begrudgingly let Nick Griffiths appear on QT, the Labour control thugs want to silence the whole world.
Simple response. I will move my site abroad and pay for the privilege.

British children scandal

Hundreds of city kids fail nutrition test
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The article goes on...MORE than 150 children in Glasgow were found to be suffering from malnutrition after being screened for the condition.

A pilot study found that 10% of more than 1,000 children tested on admission to hospital had the condition as a result of poor diet or chronic illness.

The pilot was held for a new screening system that has been developed in the city. The tool, believed to be the first of its kind in Europe, can identify children aged from one year who are suffering from malnutrition or are at risk of developing it.

It was created by dietary and medical experts at the Royal Hospital for Sick Children at Yorkhill and is based on a simple scoring system.

Doctors say the Paediatric Yorkhill Malnutrition Score (PYMS) could be adapted for use in the community to help identify children at risk of malnutrition or obesity which puts them at risk in later life of cancer, heart disease and type 2 diabetes.

A pilot of 1571 carried out at the hospital showed that 157 were suffering from malnutrition. A further 10% were classified as obese.

Monday, 16 November 2009

Britain's forgotten deportees

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Pain haunts Australia's 'forgotten' children for decades

Kids thought to be uncontrollable, have family problems are sent away

Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd, doing what a British Prime Minister ought to have done sixty years ago, addressing a wrong.
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To add insult to injury, Britain's Prime Minister has not apologised and yet someone within the powers-that-be has decided that the public envoy should be Baroness Amos. If I was not a racist before, I most certainly would be a racist after this.

Tuesday, 10 November 2009

Real Purveyors of HATE

These purveyors of hate freely walk the streets of the USA,they are given sanctuary in Europe but do not peddle their truth in their wonderful Utopia.
This, on the eve of Armistice Day, when the hate mongers can call on insidious anti-British Laws to indict me, and others like me, for making others aware of what is happening.
Is this the Freedom that we fought to provide?

Benefit fraud

Benefit Thieves

It’s not if we catch you, it’s when

Man with sign - Prosecuted
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What Parliamentary seat does this thief have?

53.000 prosecuted this year and they turn a blind eye to the massive crime committed within the walls of Westminster... What a f**king joke.
Who votes for these parasites???

The lunacy of British law.

Angela Eagle, another Labour Minister without a single independent brain cell has this second declared that foreign prisoners cannot be repatriated to their own countries unless they agree.
What a load of stuff that drops from the bottoms of Crufts exhibits.

Monday, 9 November 2009

Legal challenge to bent MP's

‘Misfeasance in Public Office’ is a term frequently used when a public official does his job in a way that is not technically illegal, but nevertheless he is mistaken or wrong.

Parliament intended that statutory powers were exercised in good faith and for the purpose for which they were conferred.

The tort of Misfeasance in Public Office was designed to target ‘the deliberate and dishonest abuse of power’ in the event of a person suffering loss or damage as a result of administrative action known to be unlawful or carried out with reckless disregard or indifference to the consequences.

The offence of ‘Malfeasance’ takes the reckless element a stage further and is when a public official intentionally does something either legally or morally wrong which he had no right to do. It always involves dishonesty, illegality, or knowingly exceeding authority for improper reasons. It is conduct in violation of the law.

The tort of Misfeasance in Public Office is an intentional tort that can be committed only by a public official and the core concept is abuse of power. This in turn involves other concepts, such as dishonesty, bad faith, and improper purpose.

Power is granted to a public official for a public purpose. It is an abuse of that power for him to exercise it for his own private purposes, whether out of spite, malice, revenge, or merely self-advancement.

If an act is done deliberately and with knowledge of its consequences the official cannot argue that he did not intend the consequences of his actions or that they were not aimed at the person who he knew would suffer loss.

In a legal system underpinned by the rule of law, administrative power must be exercised in good faith and not for ulterior or improper purposes. Where it can be shown that a body or official was not acting in good faith, liability in the tort of misfeasance in public office might exist.

The constituent elements of the tort of misfeasance are as follows:

  1. That the act or conduct has been committed by a public officer.
  2. The act or conduct must have been done by him in the purported exercise of his power as a public officer.
  3. That the act or conduct must have been done either:
    1. maliciously; or
    2. knowing that the impugned act or conduct is invalid/unauthorised and knowing that it will probably injure the claimant.
  4. The act or conduct must cause loss or harm to the claimant.

There are two forms of liability for misfeasance. The first form of the tort involves targeted malice by a public officer, or in other words, conduct specifically intended to injure a person. Where a public officer had this intention, it is irrelevant whether the public officer exceeded his powers or acted within the letter of the law.

The second form of liability applies where the public officer acts knowing he has no power to do the act complained of and that the act will probably injure a person or persons. The element of bad faith arises, as the public officer does not have an honest belief that his conduct is lawful. In this scenario, it is not necessary to show that the public officer acted with the purpose or object of inflicting harm on the claimant.

Misfeasance does not require a claimant to identify a legal right that is being infringed or a particular duty owed to him, beyond the right not to be damaged or injured by a deliberate or reckless abuse of power by a public officer.

The tort of Misfeasance in Public Office is concerned with preventing public officials from acting beyond their powers to the injury of the citizen, not with compelling them to exercise the powers they do have, particularly when they have a discretion whether to exercise them or not.

Sunday, 8 November 2009

The evidence grows in Fort Hood shooting

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Fort Hood shooting: Texas army killer linked to

September 11 terrorists

Hasan, the sole suspect in the massacre of 13 fellow US soldiers in Texas,
attended the controversial Dar al-Hijrah mosque in Great Falls, Virginia, in
2001 at the same time as two of the September 11 terrorists, The Sunday
Telegraph has learnt. His mother's funeral was held there in May that year.

The preacher at the time was Anwar al-Awlaki, an American-born Yemeni scholar
who was banned from addressing a meeting in London by video link in August
because he is accused of supporting attacks on British troops and backing
terrorist organisations.

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I am not one for prosecution by media. But where the evidence leads...

Lt Col Ralph Peter on the Fort Hood Shootings

Ralph Peters sums up the Islamist murder spree at Fort Hood. Sadly he's one of the few who's telling it like it is.
On Thursday afternoon, a radicalized Muslim US Army officer shouting, "Allahu akbar!" ("God is great!") committed the worst act of terror on American soil since 9/11. And no one wants to call it an act of terror or associate it with Islam.

What cowards we are. Political correctness killed those patriotic Americans at Fort Hood as surely as the Islamist gunman did. And the media treat it like a case of nondenominational shoplifting.

This was a terrorist act. When an extremist plans and executes a murderous plot against our unarmed soldiers to protest our efforts to counter Islamist fanatics, it's an act of terror. Period.

When the terrorist posts anti-American hate speech on the Web; apparently praises suicide bombers and uses his own name; loudly criticizes US policies; argues (as a psychiatrist, no less) with his military patients over the worth of their sacrifices; refuses, in the name of Islam, to be photographed with female colleagues; lists his nationality as "Palestinian" in a Muslim spouse-matching program and parades around central Texas in a fundamentalist playsuit -- well, it only seems fair to call this terrorist an "Islamist terrorist."

But the president won't. Despite his promise to get to all the facts. Because there's no such thing as "Islamist terrorism" in ObamaWorld.

A hard lesson to be learned in the USA. One we never really learned in the British Isles until the British Government sold out the RUC and the Ulster regiments and the thousands of dead and wounded and handed the province over to the IRA. A must watch for everyone in the UK

Saturday, 7 November 2009

A letter from a British worker

The Urine test
(This was written by a rig worker in the North Sea - What he says makes a lot of sense!)

I work, they pay me. I pay my taxes and the government distributes my taxes as it sees fit. In order to earn that pay cheque, I work on a rig for a drilling contractor. I am required to pass a random urine test for drugs and alcohol, with which I have no problem.
What I do have a problem with is the distribution of my taxes to people who don't have to pass a urine test. Shouldn't one have to pass a urine test to get a benefits cheque because I have to pass one to earn it for them?
Please understand that I have no problem with helping people get back on their feet. I do on the other hand have a problem with helping someone sit on their arse drinking beer and smoking dope.
Could you imagine how much money the government would save if people had to pass a urine test to get a benefit cheque?
Please pass this along if you agree or simply delete it if you don't.
Hope you will pass it along though, because something has to change in the UK , and soon!

Friday, 6 November 2009

Gordon and the Moss

This is for the people of Blackpool.
This issue is quickly and rightly becoming a cancer for the local Tories and should be kicked into the long grass now, along with most of the local Councillors. I asked the former political secretary of the Conservatives and he shook his head. "If it has anything to do with local politics," he said, "it was never mentioned or debated in open forum. The only thing they talked about was afternoon tea fund raisers." That quote must be worth £10.000.
Perhaps the bells will ring in the fraud squad. Small wonder they can smile when they answer, sorry politicians we are talking about, not annswering questions about donations. Cheshire cats?
Next stop Westminster...

US Amy suspect in mass murder

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Suspect Was ‘Mortified’ About Deployment to War

Maj. Nidal Malik Hasan.

WASHINGTON — Born and reared in Virginia, the son of immigrant parents from a small Palestinian town near Jerusalem, he joined the Army right out of high school, against his parents’ wishes. The Army, in turn, put him through college and then medical school, where he trained to be a psychiatrist.

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Maybe I am naive but does not the first sentence of the Times report ask more questions of multi-nationalism than the wish to prove it works.
Daydreaming always ends in disater. Now Let's get real.

As a former regular soldier I am sick and tired of listening to the cowering comments of those not prepared to defend their own country. As in Britain, if all these immigrants really want to do something positive for their adopted country, go back to your own country. Enoch Powell warned of this over half a century ago, and was castigated as a prime racist. How right he has been proven. In my country the sons of immigrants have perpetrated mass murder, not Al Qaeda or the Taliban, yet we are threatened with imprisonment if we dare mention this or raise the questions of why we are sucking up to these people who hate my country with such intensity.

My sincerest best wishes to the American people and all the victims of this heinous crime.

Thursday, 5 November 2009

The rotten estates England

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Shannon 'aunt' jailed

for fraud

Amanda Hyett outside court
Hyett helped search for Shannon, who she referred to as her niece
A neighbour of abducted schoolgirl Shannon Matthews has been jailed for a year after admitting benefit fraud amounting to more than £35,000.
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Everything that is bad about the English system is evidence here. These lazy, greedy perpetrators of perpetual socialism have been protected by the liberal correctness regimes put in place by successive governments.
Everything about that statement is wrong, except the facts.
The fact that these people are allowed to raise more generations of worthless flesh is as abhorrent to the hard working Briton as the devious and malicious enterprises of the Bankers and their cohorts, the politicians.
Absolutely no system has the panacea for all societies’ ills, but this system that relies on the influential few to circumvent the wishes of the people by allowing the ill-educated to proliferate whilst Labour imports their supporters from foreign lands is treason.
Get the illiterate masses educated. Once they learn the hard lesson of real education they would have no need to wallow in self pity, smoke their tax free cigarettes and produce off-spring that every tax payer in the land has to subsidise.

Or perhaps she should aim for Westminster?

Wednesday, 4 November 2009

Today in Parliament

That wonderful sinecure called the Mother of Parliaments has spent several days debating the Constitution. Isn't this a waste of time now the politicians have given it to the parasites in Brussels?

All the waffle should now cease, send all the horrible members home with their money, give them all a computer and let them watch politics in Europe operate, because it has not worked in Westminster.

A letter to the Mail

13 days is a long time in politics. The rightful debate on immigration and not the BBC's ridiculous shall they shan't they tennis match, has been blown wide open with the accounts of Labour reckless and probably illegal immigration policies since they came to office. Kim Howells conversion to mainstream thinking is laughable, but better late than never.
It is just over thirty years since Sgt Ray Beamish 1st Fld Reg RhA, and others were murdered by terrorists they were 'converting', much against what the mass of voices were screaming silently from within Army itself. It was in 1964 that the police in Aden city turned their guns on the Brits soldiers and were 'put down' by 45 Commando and the Gordons. Yesterday 5 more young men, and probably more, were gunned down by a rogue policeman and Brown still waffles out his venal apologies to the Nation, and his supporters swallow it hook line and sinker. In N. Ireland the situation is as desperate as when I stood the barricades exactly 40 years ago, and everyone tells how much improved it all is.
Get real. The only thing that has happened is that far too many Brits have died, the taxpayer has forked out billions to immoral politicians, both here and abroad, bankers have got richer and politicians haven't the slightest notion of why they have got us into so much doodoo.
The question I want answering is why the BBC thinks it has the right to deny open debate at all.
Oh yes, I served at these places at the precise moments and was involved when so many of my comrades were dying. The body has got old and wrecked, but the memories are still as vivid today as it will be for all the friends and families of the murdered yesterday.
BLESS ALL OUR PEOPLE IN UNIFORM. It is for all their memory I shall be having two minutes silence next Wednesday. That is why I will not be at the cenotaph in Blackpool but amongst comrades who stood side by side then and I think today.
It will be 40 years on the 10th of this month that I was in square behind a detachment of RUC officers on Northumberland Avenue, Belfast, when a prodestant murdered Constable Victor Arbuckle not ten paces ahead. If memory serves me correct, we had rifles but no ammunition.