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    These are the kind of fags that are behind the Antifa masks that are rioting and attacking people. Middle class bedwetting noodle-armed wimps who can't fight to save their lives

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serge View Post
    These are the kind of fags that are behind the Antifa masks that are rioting and attacking people. Middle class bedwetting noodle-armed wimps who can't fight to save their lives

    its missed place anger, the reason thiss generation is going to have it worse than any other past generation in the jobs market isnt due to capitalism, its due to a huge social welfare state that also embraces some negative capitalistic traits. what we are living in in europe isnt' capitalism its a very watered down version of it that offers people tons of free shit to win votes, and if you dont offer free shit or say you will take away free shit you lose votes and dont get elected. If a candidate ran in the europe on actualy capitalism and libertarian values they wouldn't win 1 % of the vote because their would be no free shit. These people dont even know what capitalism is

    wages are crappy due to the state, im in my last year studying in a healthcare profession and the nhs seriously underpays employees and currently have a pay freeze in place which is really a pay cut in reality. to support the welfare state and keep the nhs going the main people suffering is nhs workers and tax payers, yet these people think this represents capitalism. In university we have modules about interprofessional education, but we are forbidden to actually discuss pay rate and working conditions, even though we earn very litte in the uk compared to other countries in the same occupation. They don't want us to talk about it because they know we are getting screwed and its socialism screwing us.

    they cite the wage gap yet women make up 87% of the nhs employees in my profession and men make up 75% plus of private sector employees in my profession. the private sector employees earn a lot more, but its apparently mens faults for not accepting crappy wages and working harder and not wanting a safety net.

    whats screwing us is this poisonous socialism which rewards failure and laziness and punishes hard work and intelligence and people willing to take risks to create wealth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Damager View Post
    its missed place anger, the reason thiss generation is going to have it worse than any other past generation in the jobs market isnt due to capitalism, its due to a huge social welfare state that also embraces some negative capitalistic traits. what we are living in in europe isnt' capitalism its a very watered down version of it that offers people tons of free shit to win votes, and if you dont offer free shit or say you will take away free shit you lose votes and dont get elected. If a candidate ran in the europe on actualy capitalism and libertarian values they wouldn't win 1 % of the vote because their would be no free shit. These people dont even know what capitalism is

    wages are crappy due to the state, im in my last year studying in a healthcare profession and the nhs seriously underpays employees and currently have a pay freeze in place which is really a pay cut in reality. to support the welfare state and keep the nhs going the main people suffering is nhs workers and tax payers, yet these people think this represents capitalism. In university we have modules about interprofessional education, but we are forbidden to actually discuss pay rate and working conditions, even though we earn very litte in the uk compared to other countries in the same occupation. They don't want us to talk about it because they know we are getting screwed and its socialism screwing us.

    they cite the wage gap yet women make up 87% of the nhs employees in my profession and men make up 75% plus of private sector employees in my profession. the private sector employees earn a lot more, but its apparently mens faults for not accepting crappy wages and working harder and not wanting a safety net.

    whats screwing us is this poisonous socialism which rewards failure and laziness and punishes hard work and intelligence and people willing to take risks to create wealth.
    It's always disgusted me how poorly paid NHS workers are. Especially nurses and doctors. It's a extremely testing and demanding job as it is and on top of that they work a ridiculous amount of hours per week too. I had an appendectomy about 4 years ago and I was in hospital for about a week and a half and I chatted to a few of the nurses and doctors about the difficulties they face at work. They were saying that the NHS is terribly underfunded and that it puts incredible strain on them. One of the nurses also said that some of the nurses resented the doctors because they (the nurses) were capable of doing what they did and often times they actually were doing it for them. It might have been the junior doctors the nurses resented as I was pretty whacked out on morphine and very strong painkillers at the time and severely sleep deprived too - trying to get a decent night's sleep in hospitals in nigh on impossible these days. There's constant noise throughout the night: machines beeping loudly, nurses coming round to administer your medicine or check up on you every few hours, other patients making noise, nurses talking, doors opening and shutting etc. and they had the heating up too high too. I was only getting a couple of hours sleep a night. They never used to be like that when I was younger. It was fucking unbearable. But honestly I don't know how anyone can do that job.
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    It's only a matter of time before people start fighting back against those clowns and it won't just be random people they're attacking defending themselves it'll be organized groups of people turning up looking for trouble
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    Quote Originally Posted by Serge View Post
    It's always disgusted me how poorly paid NHS workers are. Especially nurses and doctors. It's a extremely testing and demanding job as it is and on top of that they work a ridiculous amount of hours per week too. I had an appendectomy about 4 years ago and I was in hospital for about a week and a half and I chatted to a few of the nurses and doctors about the difficulties they face at work. They were saying that the NHS is terribly underfunded and that it puts incredible strain on them. One of the nurses also said that some of the nurses resented the doctors because they (the nurses) were capable of doing what they did and often times they actually were doing it for them. It might have been the junior doctors the nurses resented as I was pretty whacked out on morphine and very strong painkillers at the time and severely sleep deprived too - trying to get a decent night's sleep in hospitals in nigh on impossible these days. There's constant noise throughout the night: machines beeping loudly, nurses coming round to administer your medicine or check up on you every few hours, other patients making noise, nurses talking, doors opening and shutting etc. and they had the heating up too high too. I was only getting a couple of hours sleep a night. They never used to be like that when I was younger. It was fucking unbearable. But honestly I don't know how anyone can do that job.
    the people who bare the brunt of the cost of the nhs are the workers who are ridiculously underpaid and its only getting worse. We spend 4-5 years studying to come out of university to earn 20% less than the average industrial wage starting off, luckily i can work privately and i could earn double that amount when i start off if i work hard.

    Doctors get royally screwed in the uk, i know people who have spent 7 years plus studying medicine and even though there education is free they still struggle to make ends meet for the first 5-10 years startting off because the wages areent great at all, especially if you factor in the high cost of living in some uk cities.

    The problem that no one wants to address is health care is fucking expensive, to keep a patient in itu for a day costs over a grand, operations cost a lot, even with the nhs streamlining most operations there still expensive. Getting completely free healthcare, perscriptions,doctors appointments, rehab, home care, operations etc costs a bloody fortune and nhs workers are being royally screwed to provide it to everyone and the tax payer is too.

    lol you would get a kick out of some of the stuff iv seen serge, last year we had to interview a guy who had polio to see how he viewed the nhs and if he thought it had got better over time with the implementation of person centred care policies and other tea work strategies. He basically said that the nhs is terrible compared to what it used to be and now feels like its being run by bank managers lol he said back in the 70's you had matrins or head nurses who ran wards and made sure everything ran well, no days its no where near that.

    we had to do a presentation on that and the questions from the class were along the lines of ' how could he think its possibly getting worse when were implementing all these new startegies?' usually university students answering questions are pretty shit at replying but its my only strength since i hate actually speaking during the presentation. i told her that all these flowery shitty teamwork strategies dont mean a damn if the whole ethos of the nhs has changed, and just because he have introduced these supposible superior managerial systems, we have no idea if they were better than the ones before and this guys account says that they actually aren't.


    as students we are indoctrinated to constantly try and improve the nhs, some student even suggest ideas that will seriously reduce our working conditions to better then nhs like they dont even realise what will happen to us. like the new 7 day working strategy, where you will work alternate weekends for no extra pay and get days off during the week, i dont know about you but working at the weekends(peak social time) for no extra pay is a decrease in working conditions. they want to implement this to lower overtime costs to and reduce the opportunity for nhs workers to earn overtime, which is alreayd minimal(trust me if i was allowed work 90 hours a week in the nhs id speak highly of it, i really like working and earning money lol). They constantly preach to us about how valuable and we are but they wont actually show that by paying us our value its complete bullshit.

    the fact they don't want use to organise as allied health professionals for better pay shows their plan, they want all aspects of healthcare fractured and not mobilising as one, doctors, nurses ,ahp's all different bodies, and they want to keep it that way.
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