Friday, 21 June 2013

On the side of the Angels

Simon Jenkins has a decent dig at the crooks, shills, shysters and frauds who run FIFA and the IOC this morning; after conning the UK out of £9bn for their beanfest of Lithuanian tarts, blacked out limos and goody bags packed with Columbian marching powder, they imagined that squeezing £12bn out of the favelas of Rio would give them another go, this time with sunshine and bronzed bottoms. Back here in 2012 we cynics predicted a popular uprising against the Zil lanes, with IOC functionaries being pelted in their limos with ordure mid-pipe. It never happened - they just added half a billion to the security measures and another £250m to the publicity budget. But I'm not so sure it couldn't happen in Rio in 2016; it's therefore imperative that we do all we can to encourage the most lavish, extravagant and wasteful games ever.

After all, it may be our last chance to see crawling on hands and knees an IOC member stripped naked by an angry Brazilian crowd, his Lithuanian tart dismissed and his IOC limo jacked up on bricks while youths high on his IOC drugs-packet nick the wheels. It would be worth every penny of 2012.

Meanwhile our own crooks, shills, shysters and frauds who ran the CQC find themselves unexpectedly exposed; Cynthia Bower, Jill Finney and Anna Jefferson have been named as the scum who tried to cover up a negative report. Despite the redacted report trying to hide them by naming them as 'Mr' alphabet letters. I think it's also time that all UK public sector senior managers who are members of Common Purpose to have to declare it - as Masons do. What's the betting that at least two out of these three are CP shills?

15 comments:

Mrs Proudie of Barchester said...

What does 'shill' mean?

Raedwald said...

a plant, a stooge, a fake ...

Anonymous said...

Who knows ?
Actually, according to the website "common purpose exposed", none of the three are. Yet.
"shill" = "A shill, also called a plant or a stooge, is a person who publicly helps a person or organization without disclosing that they have a close relationship with the person or organization"

Johnm said...

According to the 'common purpose exposed' website, none of the three are "members"

Anonymous said...

Just take their pensions off em, only allow them to claim basic pension - that would do for me, uh oh yeah and a couple of years of bird.
I do not kwow but - on a charge of [if it is a statute] culpable manslaughter should do it.......But then who amongst them will cast the stones - come to think of it, has Hunt got any 'stones'.

Then, and hopefully sooner rather than later - Damnation and the pit awaits.
Amongst the cohorts of CP, don't forget either, other sulphurous luminaries the feminazis nonpareil - Joyce Thacker and Sharon Shoesmith.
You do not have to be a member of CP to qualify for the shielding umbrella - that they provide in times of exposure.
No, honestly comrades - CP will protect fellow travellers - all that is needed is :
a. to be a Fabian.
b. A trades union member ie - protect the brothers at all costs and stuff to the patients/charges/responsibilities, integrity, ethics.
c. all and any supporter and beneficiary of the cultural Marxist and Gramsci adherents.

Moreover and voting for, being with Miliband's communists/the lib dissolute party would - nailed on guarantees protection from the CP Stasi.

It's all good so it seems, if you trough at the public font and give the proles some stick - whether it be killing them in hospital beds or, forcibly removing them from family homes and then allowing - by turning a blind eye - to predation by groups of Pakistani paedophiles.

'Right on comrades' - the nest of vipers - it has been noted, we will remember.

Barnacle Bill said...

Very valid point concerning Common Purpose membership Raedwald.

Roger said...

A compulsory WIKI CV for all public servants - the good and the bad, no omissions. Might excuse the secret squirrels.

Weekend Yachtsman said...

"Cynthia Bower, Jill Finney and Anna Jefferson"

But remember, we need more women on company boards because, well, just because WE DO. OK?

Nick Drew said...

... and *ahem* Jo
and Amanda

and Louise (1)
and Louise (2)
and Sue

oh, and Martin

Anonymous said...

Or alternatively we could continue to put billions of corporate welfare benefits into some of the poorest-run companies in the UK/EU/ just to keep them "going".
After all, we only spent/printed hundreds of billions to bail-out the standard-bearers of capitalism....the banks....which turned-out to be largely criminal enterprises.And I have yet to mention the PPI scandal/scam.....where nearly 85% of claims for same were disallowed because the small print was so extensive that only a small percentage ever stood a chance of being able to claim......another capitalist con.
And one of the largest private health providers pays no tax in this country at all, on its profits, because while it is here...it isn't, if you get the meaning. Yep, loads of croooks....

Anonymous said...

Or alternatively we could continue to put billions of corporate welfare benefits into some of the poorest-run companies in the UK/EU/ just to keep them "going".
After all, we only spent/printed hundreds of billions to bail-out the standard-bearers of capitalism....the banks....which turned-out to be largely criminal enterprises.And I have yet to mention the PPI scandal/scam.....where nearly 85% of claims for same were disallowed because the small print was so extensive that only a small percentage ever stood a chance of being able to claim......another capitalist con.
And one of the largest private health providers pays no tax in this country at all, on its profits, because while it is here...it isn't, if you get the meaning. Yep, loads of croooks....

Johnm said...

Or alternatively we could continue to put billions of corporate welfare benefits into some of the poorest-run companies in the UK/EU/ just to keep them "going".
After all, we only spent/printed hundreds of billions to bail-out the standard-bearers of capitalism....the banks....which turned-out to be largely criminal enterprises.And I have yet to mention the PPI scandal/scam.....where nearly 85% of claims for same were disallowed because the small print was so extensive that only a small percentage ever stood a chance of being able to claim......another capitalist con.
And one of the largest private health providers pays no tax in this country at all, on its profits, because while it is here...it isn't, if you get the meaning. Yep, loads of croooks....

Anonymous said...

And.....another thing, HMG has enforced upon the population without a by your leave [when were we ever asked? Forced the consumer and taxpayer - to spend £Trillions building useless palliatives to combat a chimera, a political scam, the biggest ponzi scheme - of this and any other millennium - man made CO2 emissions=warming.

The real problem in Britain - are the political elite and unaccountable bureaucracy who exist to help themselves - statistsm to man and woman - and on the take.

Bring back free market capitalism - then; privatise the hospitals, everyone pays health [ala France and Germany] insurance and then let individuals choose their hospital and GP.

John Bolton said...

Since when do masons have to declare their membership? I recall the attempt being made for police officers were masons in the early years of the Blair admin but it came to nothing.

Johnm said...

"Bring back free market capitalism - then; privatise the hospitals, everyone pays health [ala France and Germany] insurance and then let individuals choose their hospital and GP"

The hospitals have been "privatised". Since April 2013 the health department has no say on the day-to-day running of same, only general policy. And it also does not fund the health service anymore, funding is paid to the local commissioning groups. Hospitals are now "allowed" to obtain up to 49% of their funding from treating private patients. Most of the large medical practices are now run by private health administration companies (virgin health, circle etc...and capita), and smaller gp surgeries are amalgamating to provide larger sell-able practices.
Health insurance ?
I do hope you do not have a chronic health problem, because if you do you will find that the same problem applies to that as applies to being a high-risk driver and car insurance. Having something like cancer happen, and then finding your health policy has term-of-treatment clauses is an eye-opener.
Mind you, it is difficult now to tell whether commenters on the health service are genuine, or paid trolls in the service of Big Health (most of which companies are not resident in the UK for tax purposes).