Patients could be required to stop smoking, take exercise or lose weight before they can be treated on the National Health Service, Gordon Brown has suggested.
In a New Year message to NHS staff, the Prime Minister indicates people may have to fulfil new "responsibilities" in order to establish their entitlement to care.
Go fuck yourself, you monocular fuckarse. Do you know why we have "an entitlement to care", you cunt? Do you?
IT IS BECAUSE WE FUCKING WELL PAY FOR IT, you unutterable bastard.
The new conditions could be set out in a formal NHS "constitution", Mr Brown says.
What? What the fuck is this? Tell you what, sunshine, how about we actually get a chance to sign a contract—a properly, legally binding contract—with the government and, if they break the terms of the contract, we can sue the fucks until the tiny shining state baubles have to be sold to pay the fucking bills?
Actually, here is an idea: if the state breaks the contract, then—much like Lloyds names—the MPs are personally, financially liable. How's that for an idea, eh?
Even better, if the government breaks its spending commitments, then MPs are liable again. That would make them a little less cavalier with our cash.
Despite the NHS commitment to provide free universal care, it is already common for doctors to set conditions on patients seeking treatment.
The NHS is not fucking free, you turd; WE FUCKING PAY FOR IT through our NICs contributions.
Katherine Murphy, a spokesman for the Patients Association, raised fears about the spread of conditions in the NHS.
She said: "We would have concerns about this. Patients do have a right to access to care and we would be very concerned if people were to be denied access to care.
"Is this being done for the patient, or is it just another way of saving money?"
It is being done partly to save money, of course; after all, despite running a National Insurance scheme since 1911, the state has never actually acted like an insurance company—which actually invests the money that it receives so that it will grow plus insurance companies themselves also take out insurance with underwriters—but more like a fraudulent company: all the money that it has received has been immediately pissed up the wall.
In other words, from the very beginning, the idea of a National Insurance fund was a scam, a lie, a fraud. There is no National Insurance fund and there never was: if the state were a private company, the directors would be in prison and the investors would have sued the arse off the company and bankrupted the directors.
But then, as we know, the government never obeys the laws that it forces onto others. In fact, the government is a rogue monopoly and should be broken up with all speed. And all of its directors hanged from lamp posts, the lying, cheating cunts that they are.
But the second reason for doing this is, of course, social control: Gordon Brown—and his coterie of fascist, lying bastard medicos and tame scientists—thinks that we should live our lives in a particular way and is quite happy to break contracts to do so. In his mind, much as in that of the odious Chris "Stalin" Hallam, he is doing all of this for the good of society and the advancement of Man.
And we all know what the end-point is: gulags, death-camps, show-trials and "do you love Big Brother?"
But, ultimately, this proscription of the Gobblin' King's is deeply dishonest: it is a breach of contract. The problem is that we don't actually have any contract and nor can we chose not to enter into the contract. And because we cannot choose not to enter into the contract, we are in hock to the state which is then able to dictate how we live our lives.
As The Longrider states,
How I live my life is my concern. It is not the government’s concern. Some of it, if relevant may be the concern of medical practitioners seeking to help me. It is not up to them or their profession to judge me or my lifestyle choices. The risks I take are a judgement that is mine and mine alone. And, to reiterate; I pay NI contributions – that means that I am paying for my treatment. If I am to be denied treatment because some purse-lipped, finger-wagging puritan disapproves, then I expect to stop paying for a service I am not going to receive. I’ll then take out private insurance and get the service I am paying for.
Quite so. I have a private pension, private unemployment insurance and private health insurance, all of which are freely entered into and the conditions of which are legally bound through a contract: and all of this costs less than half of the total NI contributions of someone on £19,000 a year.
And since I have chosen to take out all of this private provision (because I saw the writing on the wall—if you are sensible, you will do the same), why the hell should I be forced to pay NICs as well?
You can keep your NHS, your one-eyed cunt; just allow me to opt out of the fraudulent National Insurance scheme. Because, if you are not going to provide the promised care—if, in other words, you are going to break the terms of the contract—then either I can do the same, or I can sue your fucking arse to kingdom come.
Which would you prefer, you bastard?