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Saturday, 21 March 2015

Look out for NAMES says Jeremy

Surprise surprise : Jeremy Hunt the Health Secretary, 'misled parliament' when he said there was £40,000,000 in the Savile estate. 
 But how did Hunt make that mistake in the first place ? Does he not check his facts before he opens his mouth ? Obviously not, but while we're on the subject of FACTS, let's go back to June 2014 when the first wave of Savile NHS reports hit us. On 26th June 2014, the politico's raised the rather sensitive (for them) question about, accountability. The other side of the house was demanding answers, who knew what, and, WHO will be held to account, criminally if need be, for Jimmy Savile ?
Here's what Jezza had to say about that 
I've made this extract extra large because of it's importance, for me at least, because knowing what we know NOW, it appears that NO ONE living will be 'subject to disciplinary' action or Police investigation. WHY ? because, not ONE such person has been named, NOT ONE !
Still, I guess it was good postulating on Hunt's behalf. It sounded good didn't it and it pleased the other side of the house who were able to raise their particular agenda's and receive positive response from our Jezza.
 The second most interesting exchange however happens in response to a question about corroboration of all things, now there's a word we don't hear much of !
Now, just think about this for a moment guys and gals ! HOW would a normal, rational person have responded to that little scenario ?Wait for it 

Is this guy for real ? Does he watch these debates later on telly ? Worst part is not one other person of sound mind in that room, challenges this bullshit, not one ! And, for this they are giving away desperately needed NHS money !
http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201415/cmhansrd/cm140626/debtext/140626-0002.htm
Fast forward to 26th February 2015 and publication of the Lampard report. The first group Hunt absolves of any responsibility is, well, his own !
 
Sadly, a Leeds MP has to have his say and his Savile 'victim' 
And Hunt's predictable response 
  I don't quite understand what Hunt is getting at here. This alleged 'victim' contacted Hamilton 'recently' and presumably told the cops 'recently' too. They didn't believe him and neither did the Leeds investigators by the looks of it. Is Fabian Hamilton as stupid as he sounds ? And what the hell is Hunt on about 'not collated centrally' ? He's doing an Alison Levitt here is he not ?
Anyway, I've had enough of these idiots for now. But, I'm keeping a tally on how MUCH of MY MONEY they are giing away to the likes of the unconscous woman told by a cleaner that she'd been abused by Jimmy Savile. You have to laugh, as they say ! 
 http://www.publications.parliament.uk/pa/cm201415/cmhansrd/cm150226/debtext/150226-0002.htm#15022647000002



 

7 comments:

  1. When you were a child you were treated kind
    But you were never brought up right.
    You were always spoiled with a thousand toys but still you cried all night.
    Your mother who neglected you owes a million dollars tax.
    And your father's still perfecting ways of making sealing wax.

    You better stop, look around,
    Here it comes, here it comes, here it comes, here it comes.
    Here comes your nineteenth nervous breakdown.

    Oh, who's to blame, that girl's just insane.
    Well nothing I do don't seem to work,
    It only seems to make matters worse. Oh please.

    You were still in school when you had that fool who really messed your mind.
    And after that you turned your back on treating people kind.
    On our first trip I tried so hard to rearrange your mind.
    But after a while I realized you were disarranging mine.

    You better stop, look around,
    Here it comes, here it comes, here it comes, here it comes.
    Here comes your nineteenth nervous breakdown.

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    1. Read this after I sent u an email Moor. Please read it it's important, to me that is x

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  2. They are all bonkers, aren't they, Rabbit?

    This quote from Ms Lampard was hiding in plain sight (Lessons Learned report, p4):

    "1.5 Much of the story of Savile and his associations with NHS hospitals is unusual to the point of being scarcely credible."

    Hehe, Ms Lampard, Mr Hunt, a tip - when you encounter something 'unbelieveable' or 'incredible' pause for a moment, and consider whether you should just not believe it. Otherwise, sooner or later, someone might just notice that you yourselves are scarcely credible.

    "There were a number of reports about which we might have been skeptical..." Yes Hunt, indeed you might.

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    1. Incredibly credulous and increditably uncreditable.

      It's possibly a truism to observe that wherever you find lawyers, you will always find criminals nearby. Which is which and who is who?

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  3. I see Victim 13 has come out:
    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3006017/Jimmy-Savile-victim-abused-10-year-old-gets-just-3-000-compensation-NHS-lawyers-rake-16-000.html

    "I would have got more for whiplash. "

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    1. LOL, thanks Misa. What a load of baloney. I see they couldn't prove any lasting damage despite him saying suffered for 40 years. Expect more of these !

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    2. "could have got more for whiplash"

      I know someone who slipped over a wet patch in a supermarket and got £3,000. I still don't know why they got anything at all. As best as I can make out the lawyers advised the Supermarket that to pursue the matter would cost ten times as much, possibly more; so best just pay us to "go away"... So the Supermarket followed the legal advice and ao avoided paying even more money to lawyers than they were already going to have to pay anyway.

      What will happen if ten times as many people start claiming to have slipped on wet patches in the future, will be the next legal conundrum.

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