November 6, 2012
A countless army of morons have been bred, brought up and educated to be disgusting parodies of human beings by several decades of weasil -like “left wing’ UK governments .
These idiots are now employed all over the country, mostly by the government, but also by other large & bureaucratic organisations, to run virtually all aspects of every part of the entire UK basic infrastructure we all have to use daily just to function. These horrible people can be found absolutely everywhere – all over the place – and we have to deal with them every day to get anything at all done.
Here is the link to a Daily Mail story which is one of the latest examples of the poison infecting the UK. which is causing immense and stupifying damage to us all.
A disabled boy fell to his death because care home workers were too afraid to restrain him over ‘health and safety’ fears.
James Dean Brotherhood, 18, had brain damage and was susceptible to blood clots following treatment for a brain tumour, which was removed when he was eight.
But despite his medical history and the evident danger, carers at a specialist unit stood by and watched as James pulled himself up onto a windowsill with his wheelchair still strapped to his back.
Senior care assistant Dale Watret told the inquest that he was in the room with James when he climbed on the windowsill, but he could not physically step in to get him down because of a health and safety policy.
Coroner Robert Chapman asked Mr Watret if that was the firm’s policy. Mr Watret replied: ‘It’s health and safety policy all over the country, I am led to believe.’
He told the inquest he was concerned about being injured himself.
Mr Watret said he shouted for help.
I said “Look, you need to come down because it’s dangerous”.
Coroner Robert Chapman asked Mr Watret: ‘Why didn’t you grab him?’
Mr Watret replied: ‘Health and safety policy states you don’t catch anyone to break their fall.’
The teenager fell and hit his head – and within hours was dead. His family have now received a four-figure payout.
When asked by the coroner why he did not intervene in the moments before the tragedy, one of his carers wrongly stated the home had a ‘no restraint policy’ due to health and safety rules.
James’s mother Suzanne said: ‘His carers said they didn’t want to move him or stop him because they were scared they might get hurt, but one of them was a 6ft bouncer – it was simply ridiculous’.
Below is a selection of the comments Daily Mail readers made about this story of a horrible little carer of breathtaking stupidity, nastiness, incompetence and inhumanity – Senior care assistant Dale Watret.
– kate, canada, Canada, says:
Unbelievable idiocy, there has to be an element of common sense in the interpretation of best practice regulations and some degree of intelligence in those using them Those who stood by and watched this young man injure himself must be complete morons.
– kate, canada, Canada,
– Keith Jones, Wigan, United Kingdom, says:
Broken, stinking, rotting Britain at its best. Pathetic. RIP to the young lad and I apologise for my disgrace of a country and its disgusting politicians that run it xxxx
– Keith Jones, Wigan, United Kingdom,
– kiwigal, auckland says:
Good Lord Britains’ wake up while you still have a country! This is world class idiocy, and embarrassment.Is no one taught to actually think these days? If this is not a wake up call to regain some common sense then what is.
– kiwigal, auckland
– Balikiwi, Bali, says:
‘What a sad, pitiful, useless nation the United Kingdom has become. Full of selfish and greedy dumb-asses, cowards, drunks, addicts, thugs, child molesters, abusive parents, benefit fraudsters, thieves, embezzlers, and criminal immigrants, all protected by a web of nonsensical laws. If WW2 broke out tomorrow, the UK would be annihilated in days. Great Britain, sheesh. Feeble Britain more like. No backbone, no honour, no ethics, no hope.
– Balikiwi, Bali,
– D Walmsley, Leeds says:
Health and Safety is a load off rubbish, dreamed up by idiots in the public sector, who use it to keep them selves in work, and they cause more harm than good.
– D Walmsley, Leeds
– Chalky, Skegness, says:
Alas the so called do gooders have manage to turn our country into nightmare of illogical rules that almost dictates what we should think.Our political leaders appear to endorse this, they have turned our main services into a box ticking rules that suppress common sense.NHS- Police-Fire service- Teachers and many more are so restricted that they often cannot do their work they where employed to do. How did it happen?. Certain rules laws EU dictats often introduced for sensible reasons have been taken over by individuals by using their positions to extend the usage of these rule to make them cover area’s which they were never intended to cover. An example of this is the laws supposing to control terrorists are used to control many other aspects of our lives that they were never intended for. This almost an industry on it’s own the results have been well publisiced in the media. The fault lies with goverment who fail to control such people who in the main are civil servants.
– Chalky, Skegness,
– AS, USUAL, United States, says:
About 18 months ago a tourist helicopter crashed into New York’s Hudson River. 7 cops threw off their equipment and jumped into the river and pulled all the tourists to safety (that’s why cops in NYC are known as “New York’s Finest”). About the same time I was reading about 2 cops in the UK who stood by while a young boy drowned in a pond. Reason – they hadn’t received “water rescue training”. Pathetic.
– AS, USUAL, United States,
– Stu99, Birminghamsays:
I am a wheelchair user with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy and my carers are told by the care agency not to catch me if I fall out of my chair. Apparently they might hurt themselves. They are also not allowed to pick me up from the floor; they must call the paramedics. Unless of course the house is on fire, because they would already be outside as they are not allowed to try to help me get out.
– Stu99, Birmingham
– shoeburywoman, shoeburyness, United Kingdom says:
I have a severely Autistic son who has meltdowns and who will punch himself hard in the face until his face is bruised and bleeding…I intervene before it gets to this point..but he is at home 24/7 with me on my own to care for him because of this ridiculous health and safety nonsense whereby care providers refuse to intervene in case they get hurt. He has never hit anyone else in his life and to me it is inhuman to standby and watch someone hurting or potentially killing themselves without intervening. The room shown to me shows what sort of home this is..it has no personal items or decoration and is as uninviting as a room could be…I wouldn’t leave my son in a home like that. What are they going to do with the 4 figure sum??
– shoeburywoman, shoeburyness, United Kingdom
– filmex, Budapest and London, United Kingdom, says:
I recently prevented a young man from throwing himself from a bridge.into the Danube ..The easy option would to do nothing in case I got hurt or he pulled me with him or to let him have his wish and to die.. I am almost 80 but one surely does not hesitate unless one is part of the Health and Safety culture.. Thankfully he is having treatment for depression and I have seen him and his family since.and he is glad to be alive…
– filmex, Budapest and London, United Kingdom,