What A Hunt (sic) sorry…. Cunt

If the latest news on NHS managerial bonuses are anything to go by then it makes everything clear as to how much the Tory party despise the working class, Jeremy Hunt has decided to reward the top management by giving them a whopping 36% pay rise, while the Ambulance staff, Nurses, Midwifes and Health visitors have had the salaries cut by 1 – 2 %, doctors did manage to get a measly 1% pay rise, whoop de fucking do.

Jeremy Hunt - Not Rhyming Slang Apparently

Jeremy Hunt – Not Rhyming Slang Apparently!

Campaign group Cure the NHS, attacked the rises, founder Julie Bailey said:

“NHS managers are already paid well enough. The public will be very unhappy with this, in times of austerity it doesn’t seem that we are ‘all in this together’ as people seem to suggest.”

Unison union’s head of health Christina McAnea added: “Once again the top earners look after themselves,  the value of health workers’ pay has fallen by as much as 14%. Some members are resorting to food banks for help, if managers are worth an increase then staff on the ground are worth it too.”

Figures, from the Health and Social Care ­Information Centre, reveal that 10,000 NHS managers ­pocketed an average of £6,596 on top of their basic salary of £78,000 in the last 12 months – up 41% on the year before.

Another 25,000 got an extra £3,956 each, a 35% rise to boost their £49,000 salaries.

But nurses’ non-basic pay was £3,892, down 1% on the previous year. Midwives earned £4,823 – a 2% drop.

Health visitors were hit by a 7% fall leaving them with £932 in non-basic pay.

The Department For Health insisted some of the 36% rise would have been in payoffs for axed posts, it’s not the posts that need axing it’s fucking Hunt’s head from his scrawny little body.

We'll Get You

We’ll Get You

A Department of Health spokesman said: “Managers’ pay should be subject to greater restraint than frontline staff. We are working with NHS England to make sure this happens.” if this is not a slap in the face of the nurses, midwives and health visitors then I don’t know what is, clearly outlining that management will always be paid exorbitant amounts of cash more that the frontline staff, you know the ones that get spat on, threatened, verbally abused and attacked on a regular basis, would make you fucking sick if it were not for the fact you don’t want to overwork the staff any more than they are.

New NHS boss Simon Stevens ordered a clampdown on lavish spending after figures this week showed nine health chiefs blew almost £200,000 last year on fine dining and hotels. this would be for the top bosses to plot on how to shit on the staff further.

This is a fucking farce, was it not David Cameron who stated at the start of his reign as Prime Minister “We’re all in it together, one big society” my fucking arse, we’re in it to make you and your scumbag rich friends richer, you cunt. you and your likes make my blood boil, announcing that we all must make sacrifices, what fucking sacrifices have you  made Dave? eh, I’ll tell you fuck all.

’till the next time……

Anarchy, Peace, Freedom, Equality

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Obama Announces US Deficit Cut Plans

President Obama yesterday announced plans to reduce America’s debt, this involves a controversial tax rise for the rich and wealthy and cutting Medicare health plans. President Obama said:

Obama Ponders, how to start the Class War

“the wealthy and corporations should pay their “fair share” to cut the deficit” he went on to add “Middle-class families shouldn’t pay higher taxes than millionaires and billionaires,” he said. “It’s hard to argue against that”

He finished of by saying “It’s not class warfare, it’s math.”

As much as I agree with what Obama is trying to do, I do disagree with his last statement, It’s not math, THIS IS CLASS WAR, it always has been and until capitalism dies, it always will be. Until we rid ourselves of the shackles of a grossly unfair monitory system we will always have differences in class structure, the “haves” will always taunt the “have Nots” and use them to fulfill their needs, without actually paying them what their worth, for the sole reason of “keeping them in their place”

Coming To A Street Near You !

Bit by Bit the working class will start to fight back, well, look at the recent riots in England, the rumblings are there and they will only get bigger, as will the Class War movement, we are sick to fucking death of the privileged classes shiting all over us, we used to disrupt the Henley Regatta’s in the 80’s, let me tell you it’s funny as fuck watching the uber posh running scared as we ran through their party, we likened it to their fox hunting, this was our version, only difference was we didn’t skin any fucker we caught. The rich put up with the working class so long as they can control them in an environment such as their kitchen, or cleaning for them, but god forbid we have any thoughts of our own and try and act on them, and boy do they get miffed when we gather in areas where they wish to congregate. We must devistate the avenues where the wealthy live.

This is Class War, we will take the power from you by any means necessary, it might take a while but we will win. Obama you’re heritage is being part of an oppressed race, the African-Americans, Chinese-Americans, and all other minority races in America are looking to you to change the status quo while you are in power, and, I do think that you are making a small step towards change, the Republicans don’t like your proposals and vow to stop any proposal you put forward, but I support what you are trying to do, any money taken from the wealthy cannot be bad.

‘Till the next time…….

Anarchy, Peace, Freedom, Equality

Why Have No Bankers Been Jailed

The following has been taken from Channel 4’s newsreader Jon Snow, I could not have put it better myself. It’s a question that I think should be asked of the government, it just shows, as Jon say’s, the rioters were rounded up within 48 hours and sent to jail, fined or given community service, why have none of the bankers been brought to justice over this, anyway, please read Jon’s piece, it’s a piece of brilliance.

Jon Snow - People's Voice

The publication of the Vickers report into British banking reform sparks the question why the UK has so far failed to prosecute a single individual for his or her misdeeds during the financial meltdown of 2008.

It is now all but three years since the global financial crisis and the virtual implosion of the British banking system.

We were told at the time that the banking regulator, the FSA, had started a ‘major investigation’. Last night on Channel 4 News when I pressed the City Minister, Mark Hoban, he referred constantly to the FSA’s involvement. But where is the Serious Fraud Office? No sign of much happening on that front.

Yet investigators on both sides of the Atlantic have had no doubt that criminality, subterfuge, and downright dishonesty accompanied many of the ingredients that brought about the crash. At the very least there was gross dishonesty in the representation of exposure to the sub-prime mortgage business.

The convenient fall-guy was the Ponzi magician, Bernie Madoff who was quickly jailed for thieving billions with his criminal scheme. But Madoff had nothing to do with bringing down the banks. He’d have been jailed anyway. But his jailing served to suggest that a high profile scalp had been secured.

Last year, the then New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo produced a laundry list of institutions and individuals who were being investigated for potential prosecution. That work too has slowed.

In one month, hundreds of rioters and looters have been prosecuted and punished by the English courts, often for offences with a value of under fifty pounds. Yet the threat to the wellbeing of UKplc was far greater from the bankers than from any number of more arrestable rioters.

There is a strong impression abroad that the UK doesn’t want to prosecute anyone for the banking crisis, a crisis that has affected every tax payer in the Kingdom.

Soon enough the statute of limitations will kick in to ensure that no-one will ever be prosecuted for their role.

Then we can all breathe easy – no banker will ever go to jail, and we can stop asking the nightly question, ‘why not?’ “