Nanny Knows Best

Nanny Knows Best
Dedicated to exposing, and resisting, the all pervasive nanny state that is corroding the way of life and the freedom of the people of Britain.

Wednesday, September 15, 2021

The Guardian's Scaremongering BS!


 

As loyal readers know I am no fan of the Guardian, and wouldn't use it to wipe my armpits with.

However, even by the Guardian's sorry standards their headline and article is beneath contempt.

Here's why it's bollocks:


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Friday, September 03, 2021

Cloth Masks Don't Work


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Thursday, September 02, 2021

Nanny's Health Service - Covid Only


 

The Spectator reports that in July, 45 per cent of patients succeeded in having a consultation with their GP on the same day that they made their appointment, while 24 per cent waited more than a week. These figures are a modest improvement on January last year, when 42 per cent had a same-day appointment and 30 per cent had to wait more than a week. 

The difference hardly marks a sea change in efficiency. It is not as if GPs are having to see more patients than they were before the pandemic. On the contrary, the number of overall appointments fell from 27.2 million in January 2020 to 25.5 million in July this year

There is a limit to how long GPs can use Covid-19 as an excuse for refusing to see patients face-to-face. Other parts of society have largely returned to normal. Shops and restaurants no longer have to enforce social distancing. Even nightclubs are open. 

Yet GP surgeries continue to operate as if we are still in the darkest depths of lockdown. Just 57 per cent of GPs consultations in July were held face-to-face — a little higher than the 47 per cent recorded in April last year but still far below the levels prior to the pandemic. In January 2020, four in five consultations were held face-to-face.

The NHS is exacerbating the problem by offering financial incentives to surgeries to hold certain numbers of consultations remotely. 

During the depths of the pandemic being told to protect the NHS might have made some sense. However, the NHS was set up to protect and care for us, not the other way round (especially as we pay for it!).


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Wednesday, September 01, 2021

Mu Mu Land!

It only affect cows, so stand down everyone!

WHO Mu?


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Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Chinese Nanny Attempts To Limit Online Gaming


 

Chinese Nanny is seeking to drastically limit how much time kids spend time online playing games.

Kids and teens under 18 years old in China will only be allowed up to three hours per week to play online video games, according to new rules published Monday by China's National Press and Publication Administration.

People under 18 will be allowed to play video games one hour a day between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. weekends and legal holidays.

This of course will incentivise every Chinese teen to learn how to hack their way around Nanny's gaming blocks!


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Friday, August 27, 2021

A Rare Display of Common Sense From Nanny


 

A cost-benefit analysis will have set the acceptable level of Covid-19 deaths before restrictions are reintroduced at around 1,000 deaths a week, two Government advisers have told i.

Downing Street has denied it has set any “acceptable level” of Covid deaths but one adviser, who has been close to the Government since coronavirus struck 18 months ago, told i that Prime Minister Boris Johnson had privately accepted that there would be at least a further 30,000 deaths in the UK over the next year, and that the Prime Minister would “only consider imposing further restrictions if that figure looked like it could rise above 50,000”.

The source is quoted by the i

“The Prime Minister is minded to implement another lockdown or new restrictions only if the figure of annual deaths looks like it’s going to go above 50,000. That means deaths from Covid of 137 a day, or just under 1,000 a week.

“However, it won’t be an immediate reaction. A sustained rate of death of around a 1,000 a week for two or three weeks will, though, lead to discussion on restrictions being reimposed. Unfortunately, prime ministers have to weigh up the cost of saving lives to the impact on the economy. No one wants to talk about that’s how it works.”

Let us trust that FAKE SAGE don't try to kill off this bout of common sense!


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