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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

A Nation of Retards


It is sad to see how Nanny and her acolytes have turned us into a nation of dimwitted retards, as if Jamie's school programme was not evidence enough of this (I have to leave the room when it is on, because it so infuriates me), I had my fears further confirmed recently by research conducted by the British National Formulary (BNF), which advises doctors, nurses and pharmacists.

The BNF has found that labels on medicines that have been used for years, are now too "difficult" for members of the public to understand.

It seems that phrases such as "may cause drowsiness" are not understood, instead it recommends "this medicine may make you sleepy".

"Avoid alcoholic drink" and "take at regular intervals" also seem to cause problems!

We have become a nation of retards!

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  1. Anonymous11:25 AM

    Yes and it comes from the top down.

  2. I used to use the BNF as part of my role as a forensic psychiatric nurse, it is a very difficult book to understand and navigate but it is aimed at Doctors and healthcare professionals.
    Labels can be ambiguous but, I find it hard to see why anyone cannot understand "May cause drowsiness" indeed, I would go so far as to say that, anyone that can't understand that label should likely not be giving themselves any form of medication with out professional supervision.
    We have developed into a nation of retards and it does indeed come from the top down; this is a direct result of Nanny's crazy left wing inspired nonsense that "everyone wins prizes."
    My heart drops when I hear people unable to string a sentence together or add up two return fares at £2-10p each when I use the bus. I hate to hear obviously white British born youngsters talking with a Jamaican type accent. Our nation has gone down hill so fast over the last couple of decades and given that these retards are now having children of their own, I can't see it being reversed.

    Just laugh at Hi-Viz.

  3. Archroy11:49 AM

    No, I don't think it's the public that's the problem here. Think of it, you've spoent all your life working for the British National Formulary.

    Nobody's ever heard of you or the BNF. How else are you going to get into the papers other than by putting out a stupid press release.

  4. "We have become a nation of retards!"

    You speak for yourself!!

  5. Lord of Atlantis3:18 PM

    Sadly, yet again, I have to agree with you, Tonk. You and I, and the huge majority of men and women of our generation, would have had no difficulty understanding terms like "may cause drowsiness"! And it would have been perfectly clear to our understanding as to what "avoid alcoholic drink" meant. Once more, words fail me!

  6. Tonk.4:25 PM

    Perhaps slightly off topic but illustrating what a society of retards our nation has become.

    Mrs Tonk, myself and another couple have just returned from a long lunch at a local coaching inn dating back to the 1500s. It is not a dive, it is a place where many retired people go for lunch, where bosses take their secretaries and businessmen have meetings; the menu is excellent, the venue is great and the food is to die for and the beer is straight from the wood and no CO2 or chemicals in sight.
    We were sat there enjoying our first course when an elderly couple came in with their daughter, she was in her thirties and had a sreaming shit machine in a huge pushchair that looked as if it had been built by a 4x4 manufacturer. She looked really smug and pleased with herself and made a very loud entrance. All through the meal she spoke loudly to the kid and sat there looking smug and making silly noises to entertain the child. What topped it off for me and my party was the song she went into after she had finished her meal;

    "Row, row, row your boat,
    Gently down the stream,
    Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily but don't forget to scream!! At which point both the mother and the kid screamed as loud as they could.

    On the way out, the manager asked me if I had enjoyed the meal, I said that the food was fine but the kid and its mother rather spoiled the atmosphere and that it was the first time I had not enjoyed my time at the venue. The manager said there is nothing we can do about it because the second one complains about any activity involving a child or its mother, the press get involved and the publicity really harms the business.

  7. Anonymous10:08 PM

    These reality telly shows don't help matters, either, where participants/players are basically voted NOT on talent, but instead on how idiotic or talentless they are. Act like a fool, or a talentless joke, and the public will happily pay for the phone call that puts you through to the next round, in favour of the performer who's actually put their heart and soul into their talent for years.

    Welfare state, nannying, PC, laziness = cool mentality, celebrity, reality telly, trashy soap operas, over-sexual films and music, no-win-no-fee's, health and safety, quangos, Brussels, misandry, mediocrity, state bullying, undisciplined kids, anti-competitive/feminised schooling, nuclear family attack and breakdown, police and surveillance state, teen pop idols and worship, equality/discrimination nonsense: expose a society to all this for a generation or two, and there's no way it will not have a negative affect.

    In the space of a few decades, we've gone from epic orchestral masterpieces, to girls wearing next to nothing, "singing" infantile and obscene lyrics in computer-enhanced American accents; from 'Starry Night' to a white square with a black circle in a corner (modern art); from respect and etiquette to narcissistic, rude, street slang.

    And it ain't gettin' no better.