posted on Dec, 26 2013 @ 12:04 PM
Been around some 60 yrs now, seen a fair bit of the NHS (National Health Service) over the years.
Glad to say that the olde demagogue rule by surgeons has long since been superseded thankfully.
In the bad days they were known as "butchers" for a very good reason.
However, as can be seen, some still believe they exist above the system in a world of their own.
The greater problem throughout the NHS and not just restricted to the surgeon profession is a total lack of moral responsibility for actions or
omissions. This allows people to do such things as have been alleged e.g. Initials on someone's internal organs. Pretty invasive surgery that.
This is representative of society as a whole and again, not simply this particular surgeon in a supposed caring profession. As with most despicable
finds, it may be the tip of a iceberg with more than one scribe making his/mark, almost like the marks operative Masons would have left on stones,
Cathedral not gall stones, as if it were being treated like a hidden game? No, surely not?!