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, July 26, 2006

A Straw In The Wind

A Straw In The WindWell well, what do you know?

It seems that dear old Bliary Poppins is trying to wriggle himself free from being associated with Labour's "Nanny state" approach to life, and the universe as we know it.

Bliary will state that we should take more responsibility for our own health.

Yawn...haven't I been saying that all along for the past two years or so?

Bliary is claiming that his speech is a major move away from Nanny's record of interference in every aspect of our private lives.

Downing Street are rumoured to be prepared to admit that the "Nanny state" approach is bollocks, and doesn't work.

Yawn again...I have been saying that on this site for the last two years as well.

Can't these dickheads read?

Bliary will state that there is a limit to how much the state can do to shape the lives of those who elect it.

The new buzzwords from the Labour bunker are "informed choices".

In other words people will be told what might happen to them if they choose to eat 20 portions of fries a day, then they will be allowed to get on with their lives and die.

Can it be that after the two years or so of www.nannyknowsbest.com being in existence, that Labour and its acolytes are finally beginning to take notice of what this site has been saying?

As with everything that Bliary says, I will believe it when I see it!

3 comments:

  1. An interesting position, especially in light of this:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2006/06/26/ndata26.xml

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  2. Anonymous3:27 PM

    I believe this is all about refusing medical care to those of us who make these "informed choices". While still taking our NI contributions we will be told "well you chose to eat (drink, smoke)too much"

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  3. earthworm4:42 PM

    Having read this "Blair urges Britons to improve their health" story:
    http://www.orange.co.uk/news/topstories/26619.htm?linkfrom=Today&link=link_2&article=heronewsupdate1550agreementpeaceforce260706
    I suspect that anonymous is right.

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