posted on Jan, 10 2017 @ 03:57 AM
a reply to: RAY1990
The Red Tories began this in the late 90s, under Blair, and the regular Tories continued it under Cameron and May. Essentially this all boils down to
a desire on the part of the powerful, to make medicine a business instead of a calling, to make caring for the sick into an industry not a vocation.
It MUST fail.
The NHS must return to full socialisation, no matter the financial cost it infers upon the taxpayer. Things that we do not need, like more nukes,
must be put on the back burner or scrapped so that we can afford it, and another way we could get the money together to fix what the tycoon
politicians have been trying to break for decades, is to take the private contractors our government deals with to task for industrial scale fraud,
theft and tax evasion.
What are the chances that any of that will be happening under a Conservative government though? Its a bad time to be British.