No insult - just a simple question. Doctors are people and should have the right to withdraw their labour if they think it justified - just like almost anyone else. What strange definition of "responsible" do you have if people can't go on strike when they, as responsible people, feel that they have no other option - and why should they care about some whining comment?
What answer to your "point" do you expect? You don't agree with their action, others don't agree with you - I think you've had your answer; if you'd don't like it, then I guess that we must be "responsible" for your acute inability to grasp a simple point. I certainly haven't "insulted" you - believe me, you'd know it if I had!
"Tina Murphy" what are you wittering on about - and why are you posting spam and pretending to have a name that indicates some proficiency in English?
Barra1 - can you read? Emergency cover will be provided wherever strike action is taken - and merely being elderly isn't an acute problem, so their action won't "effect" any patients with critical needs.
In any case, what makes you think that doctors somehow shouldn't have the right to withdraw their labour when they deem it necessary - it's not their fault that someone is old or ill, is it? If they maintain emergency cover then stop whining and let them protest!
The only training the Border Police and military need is how to shoot straight - and I\'m sure the wild jackals will appreciate a new source of fresh meat.
"What happened to Bulgarian alternative energy using methane from garbage dumps?" What do you think happened: the tsigani left to live in Western Europe, of course. Luckily, the Migrant Hordes also prefer somewhere they can live for free on the labour of others.
And what do the Macedonian taxpayers think about paying for them to sit in jail and radicalise others?The only "deal" to be struck is the choice of rope or bullet.
There\'s the problem in a nutshell: who cares what these illegals \"agree to\"?unpleasant for them They should be made to understand that they are criminals and have no right to choose where they go and what happens to them once they clandestinely cross our borders. If life in Europe is made sufficiently unpleasant for them, they will soon find the means to cross the Turkish border in the opposite direction. The same applies to the illegals who cross from Africa - if they can\'t swim back, they\'d better think twice before they invade Europe.....
Is that to go with the 60% salary increase that people aren\'t receiving?
How about changing the lyrics to: \"If mangling grammar were a crime\"? ;)
The problem is that "our civilisation" seems intent on destroying itself and is only "better" because theirs is so abysmal; at least "they" fight for their beliefs while the West wrings its PC hands and drivels on about multiculturalism.
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