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Interesting quotes from Michael Buerk that are bound to be rather controversial

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Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

Interesting quotes from Michael Buerk that are bound to be rather controversial

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Although I agree with him, since when has this country not supported the weak far better than it supports the strong.
We have a fundamental of take from the rich, give to the poor.
Help the weak not the strong.
Its called Nanny state, p.c. etc. etc.......
That won't change.

 

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Not The Nine O'Clock News - Stout Life

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Wife beating may be socially acceptable in Sheffield, but it is a different matter in Cheltenham

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View Rudi Hedman's Profile Rudi Hedman Flag Caterham 07 Aug 19 11.55am Send a Private Message to Rudi Hedman Add Rudi Hedman as a friend

This is something I brought up on HOL within the last year. I didn’t go as far as left to die but I did state about the amount of care being reduced.

Of course if someone has a heart attack then an ambulance goes whatever. But if someone is making a choice to eat themselves into heart disease then if some areas of the nhs are going to have to be reduced this could be looked at.

I included that if there is history of mental illness or depression etc that has led to overeating and obesity then that should be taken into consideration. But it’s the people who clearly don’t give a fvck and then go ‘come on treat me’ after excessive drinking and eating for years then unfortunately some lines are going to have to drawn to treat the unlucky rather than the knowingly not giving a sh1t.

The knowledge is out there now so there’s not many excuses left. The younger generation are actually improving here but of course adjustments to pension age etc is going to change, but all of these ‘tools to do so’ or ‘education’ is losing sympathy.

I’m going to contradict myself a bit with education of children who’ll go onto need care as adults, but again, doctors should be made aware, with records held of children raised in households where obesity has happened as a result of the parents’ ignorance usually.

 


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Seems a bit harsh. What about people who have a heart attack when they’re out jogging? Are they selflessly pushing themselves to avoid burdening the NHS or narcissists who want to show off and so don’t deserve any treatment? Or anyone in a car accident? You should’ve caught a train so you’re on your own.

 

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Originally posted by Teddy Eagle


Seems a bit harsh. What about people who have a heart attack when they’re out jogging? Are they selflessly pushing themselves to avoid burdening the NHS or narcissists who want to show off and so don’t deserve any treatment? Or anyone in a car accident? You should’ve caught a train so you’re on your own.

Eating and drinking yourself to obesity is slightly different because the chance of you becoming unwell and needing care is much more certain than anything else apart from perhaps motor sports or horse events and activity, which I still think is a lot lower down the % chance of you needing expensive health care and the numbers needing it, often because they know there’s no need to be responsible for their own health.

Most of the people entering GP surgeries in the adult age groups before old age are overweight or pregnant or with their sick children. You don’t see many people who look after themselves in there very often.

Or we raise taxes or remove other care for the unlucky. Or both.

Edited by Rudi Hedman (07 Aug 2019 12.46pm)

 


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View Teddy Eagle's Profile Teddy Eagle Flag 07 Aug 19 12.51pm Send a Private Message to Teddy Eagle Add Teddy Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Rudi Hedman

Eating and drinking yourself to obesity is slightly different because the chance of you becoming unwell and needing care is much more certain than anything else apart from perhaps motor sports or horse events and activity, which I still think is a lot lower down the % chance of you needing expensive health care and the numbers needing it, often because they know there’s no need to be responsible for their own health.

Most of the people entering GP surgeries in the adult age groups before old age are overweight or pregnant or with their sick children. You don’t see many people who look after themselves in there very often.

Or we raise taxes or remove other care for the unlucky. Or both.

Edited by Rudi Hedman (07 Aug 2019 12.46pm)

Maybe so but there’s also a distinct possibility that 3x gym visits a week will see me needing all kinds of medical treatment as the years roll by.

 

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Originally posted by Teddy Eagle

Maybe so but there’s also a distinct possibility that 3x gym visits a week will see me needing all kinds of medical treatment as the years roll by.

I'm guessing that you're overweight

 

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Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

I'm guessing that you're overweight

Not particularly but that’s the point of the gym visits!

 

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Are you called Teddy Eagle because you are big and cuddly

 

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Originally posted by I'mPalace Till I Die

Are you called Teddy Eagle because you are big and cuddly

No but I do use the woods for certain needs.

 

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Originally posted by Teddy Eagle


Seems a bit harsh. What about people who have a heart attack when they’re out jogging? Are they selflessly pushing themselves to avoid burdening the NHS or narcissists who want to show off and so don’t deserve any treatment? Or anyone in a car accident? You should’ve caught a train so you’re on your own.

Having a heart attack from leading a healthy life resulting in little or no burden on the system up to that point is far better than leading an unhealthy life placing a burden on the system for a number of years until the inevitable heart attack.

Life is all about choices and the consequences of them

 


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