Ah, the shout at every horror film ever made. One by one they enter the death house and one by one they don’t come back out again.
You know, if I watched a lot of people go into a place and none of them came back out. I wouldn’t go in. I’d stay outside. Smoking.
The radio at work has been bleating about ‘the days of smoking outside NHS hospitals coming to an end’ as if it was some kind of privilege, not a bloody punishment! We’ll have to go right out of the grounds, away from the diesel engines and diseases that infest those places. Well, sounds okay to me.
The NHS has just announced its kill score for HIV and hepatitis – which the unknowing horror-film actors didn’t have when they went in. If they don’t kill you in hospital, they give you something to kill you later.
7500 people were given these diseases on the NHS. Communicable diseases. Which they didn’t know they had, so have since spread. That’s the ones they have confirmed. There could be another 27000 infected people out there, who don’t know about it. Spreading these diseases.
I’m really glad I’ve never needed a blood transfusion.
This is the same NHS who are so concerned about people smoking outdoors that they insist we leave the grounds completely? I’d have to be in unrelenting agony before you’d get me on the premises in the first place and I’ll be leaving the first chance I get. Which was what happened last time. I’ll stick with the smoking, thanks. It’s much safer than the NHS.
We keep hearing about how much ‘smoking costs the NHS’ but nobody seems to mention that most of the ‘cost of smoking’ results from the endless propaganda, fake science and outright lies the NHS and its associated parasites pump out every day. Your tax money is not being used to treat smokers. It’s being used to bully and harass them.
It’s also being used to spread actual deadly diseases to the general population. Then more of it was spent ciovering this up. Then even more spent uncovering it again. Now they’ll spend more testing everyone who ever had a blood transfusion for the nasty little pets they might have gained along with that blood.
The NHS costs the NHS much more than smoking ever could. It’s much more dangerous too.
If we turned every NHS hospital into a cigarette factory, overall this country would be a much healthier place.
Stick that in your pipe and smoke it, antismokers.