Political Correctness

 

Politicalcorrectness or politically correct; commonly abbreviated to PC is a term which identifies language ideas, policies, and behaviour which some claim minimize the social and institutional offence in occupational, gender, racial, cultural, sexual orientation, disability, and age-related contexts. Thus, road sweepers, a perfectly honourable occupation, are now referred to a “highway technicians,” the chairman of a committee is now “the Chair” and to prevent any offence to the ultra sensitive, “ba ba black sheep” must never be heard at all, in case of causing racist offence. As for the relationship between Noddy and Big Ears, well that area is fraught with hand wringing anxieties.

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Politicalcorrectness or politically correct; commonly abbreviated to PC is a term which identifies language ideas, policies, and behaviour which some claim minimize the social and institutional offence in occupational, gender, racial, cultural, sexual orientation, disability, and age-related contexts. Thus, road sweepers, a perfectly honourable occupation, are now referred to a “highway technicians,” the chairman of a committee is now “the Chair” and to prevent any offence to the ultra sensitive, “ba ba black sheep” must never be heard at all, in case of causing racist offence. As for the relationship between Noddy and Big Ears, well that area is fraught with hand wringing anxieties.

Foreigners pay to use NHS

If i were to use the health service for example in the USA , they will not treat you without travel insurance or a credit card . My point is why are the citizens of this country subsidising people from other countries , who use the NHS for free ! . Why are they not charged or asked for there insurance policies ?. It is totaly unfair on us and the NHS for us all to pay for these surgical holiday makers !

Why is this idea important?

If i were to use the health service for example in the USA , they will not treat you without travel insurance or a credit card . My point is why are the citizens of this country subsidising people from other countries , who use the NHS for free ! . Why are they not charged or asked for there insurance policies ?. It is totaly unfair on us and the NHS for us all to pay for these surgical holiday makers !

Expensive chronical treatment under NHS for newly arrived foreigners

I know several Eastern Europeans with long term health problems, such as cancer,

coming to the UK for a freeloading medical treatment.

One Lithuanian I know, who has a leukemia, arrived to the UK, got a job as a pizza delivery man and then turn up into hospital. He was put in a ward and then kindly referred to several consultants and received  £20,000 per year treatment.

That’s in spite the fact that lots of British tax paying people denied cancer drug. I don't know exactly which EU law allows that but it doesn’t make any sense. If we cannot afford to treat our own people, how come we through money on people who just arrived.

My idea  is to repealing/modifying the law that allows that non sense. For example so that pre -existing condition could not be treated NHS, similar to insurance companies which do not cover pre-existing conditions.

Why is this idea important?

I know several Eastern Europeans with long term health problems, such as cancer,

coming to the UK for a freeloading medical treatment.

One Lithuanian I know, who has a leukemia, arrived to the UK, got a job as a pizza delivery man and then turn up into hospital. He was put in a ward and then kindly referred to several consultants and received  £20,000 per year treatment.

That’s in spite the fact that lots of British tax paying people denied cancer drug. I don't know exactly which EU law allows that but it doesn’t make any sense. If we cannot afford to treat our own people, how come we through money on people who just arrived.

My idea  is to repealing/modifying the law that allows that non sense. For example so that pre -existing condition could not be treated NHS, similar to insurance companies which do not cover pre-existing conditions.