And once again, Liverpool leads the way, (moronic, idiocy, plain stupidity)

St. Helen’s Star

In a rare show of solidarity, two hundred plus surgeons, medical specialists and senior medical professionals blocked the road leading to Alder Hey hospital the other day, all in support of the parents of a brain-dead child who now is breathing on his own, but who is likely to die when the automatic synapses controlling his respiratory functions lose stimulus, as they no longer are receiving input from that unfortunate small boy’s brain.

And once again, Liverpool leads the way, (moronic, idiocy, plain stupidity)

The crowd who were chanting, blocking the road and then making an attempt to storm the hospital entrance must have all been medically qualified, as only truly well-educated professionals would be, with the breadth of experience necessary to make complex diagnoses at a distance; to the extent that they would band together and attempt to overturn the decisions of both the consultants and specialists within Alder Hey, and the vast bank of legal knowledge and precedent which guided the High Court, the Supreme Court, and the Court of Appeal.

And once again, Liverpool leads the way, (moronic, idiocy, plain stupidity)

I mean to state, this crowd of ‘concerned supporters’ of that truly sad, but unfortunately brain-dead small body must be overwhelmingly qualified to protest and react as they have been doing, mustn’t they? I just cannot believe that the baying crowd, with their inane caterwauling chants of ‘Save Alfie Evans’ aren’t all medically qualified; but are just a pack of low-I.Q. Liverpool morons, gathered together as only a bunch of ill-educated and squabbling ‘Scousers’ can do, making trouble for the police, and attempting to overturn a legal decision to withdraw life support for that tiny body. They appear to be in the same grade of ‘super-intellect’ which could not tell the difference between a paeadophile and a paeadiatrician. The only thing which does surprise me is they aren’t all wailing ‘You’ll never walk alone”, possibly because even they realise that tiny Alfie isn’t going to be walking anywhere, alone or accompanied, ever again!

18 comments for “And once again, Liverpool leads the way, (moronic, idiocy, plain stupidity)

  1. Mudplugger
    April 26, 2018 at 1:02 pm

    And where Liverpool leads, the rest of chav-central will surely follow.

    • John
      April 26, 2018 at 9:38 pm

      All remote controlled by Twitter and thier own stupidity…

  2. April 26, 2018 at 1:42 pm

    “”decisions of both the consultants and specialists within Alder Hey, and the vast bank of legal knowledge and precedent which guided the High Court, the Supreme Court, and the Court of Appeal.””

    All irrelevant, if the final decision is that the state owns your child and you will not be able to take it out of hospital unless the state agrees

    • April 26, 2018 at 4:34 pm


    • James Strong
      April 27, 2018 at 7:41 am

      Regardless of the fact that the demonstrators here are scouse chavs there is an important point to be made.
      The parents should be able to take the child to the hospital in Italy that is offering treatment.

  3. April 26, 2018 at 3:24 pm

    I’ve blogged about cases like this before and come to the same conclusion as Bucko. It seems the wishes of Government agencies usurps the wishes of the people that brought the child into the world, care for it and (you would assume) are responsible for it’s care.

    Despite the money being available so there is no cost to the NHS, the professionals involved went to court to prevent the child’s remove from hospital.

    Given the circumstances and the lack of cost to the NHS, it seems pretty spiteful to go to court and prevent the parents from acting on their wishes for the child.

    Effectively it’s an indication that you don’t “own” your own child, state agencies do..

  4. April 26, 2018 at 3:42 pm

    You do not have to be a surgeon or a medical professional to value life and want to support a pair of loving parents who simply want to take their child elsewhere. Denigrating the people as low IQ morons (is there another sort? High IQ morons, perhaps) without even talking to any of them let alone giving them an IQ test, is simple arrogance, Mike and I am astonished.

    Other medical specialists in another land disagree with the wonderful NHS ones who seem to simply want the boy to die. They are not exactly reknown for their diagnostic skills in Liverpool. An air ambulance crew want to take the child, as the parents wish, to Italy, where the parents wish.

    As for the Judge. Gimme a break, M’lud. I put it to you that he isn’t anymore qualified than the man in the street, who seems to have more compassion and sense of who is in friggin’ charge of their children.

    • April 26, 2018 at 4:01 pm

      The Liverpool Care Pathway shows all there is to know about medical care in Liverpool. Anyone that has done palliative care under the LCP regime knows how inhuman, barbaric and uncaring it is. Effecively starving someone to death because the doctors refuse to grant someone a humane dignified death managed by drugs.

      • Stonyground
        April 27, 2018 at 12:24 pm

        Granting someone a humane dignified death managed by drugs is illegal here. That is the only reason that there is a problem.

        • April 27, 2018 at 4:25 pm

          Exactly, but the alternative is… inhumane.

          We treat animals better than we do terminally ill humans.

  5. Voice of Reason
    April 26, 2018 at 6:19 pm

    I have read too many of these cases. Is false hope worth it, or should people accept the inevitable?

  6. john in cheshire
    April 26, 2018 at 6:23 pm

    Mike, isn’t the issue, though: Doctors advise and parents decide? This and other such cases are examples of the state telling us that they own us. Isn’t that the issue here? If these doctors and judges win and the parents lose, it reinforces the status quo. For me, I think the parents have ultimate rights over their child. And if they make the Wrong decisions, then that would have to be considered case by case.

  7. DisenfranchisedOfBuckingham
    April 26, 2018 at 8:57 pm

    And the lad who the NHS wouldn’t release for proton therapy and whose parents were imprinsoned for taking him out of the country is alive more than 3years later and fully recovered.

  8. Pcar
    April 26, 2018 at 10:20 pm

    I agree with:

    However, Judge was wrong to refuse parents request to take him to Italy.

    Let parents accept Italy’s offer, as long as they pay all costs. Problem solved.

  9. James Strong
    April 27, 2018 at 7:44 am

    @ Mike Cunningham –
    Have any of these comments caused you to reconsider and maybe changed your mind?

  10. Penseivat
    April 27, 2018 at 10:49 am

    More publicity for the citizens of The City Of Perpetual Victims, most of whom would have to read the instructions to open a box of elastoplast. What’s that? The instructions are inside the box? Call the Pope, you’re gonna die!

  11. Mona
    April 27, 2018 at 7:51 pm

    It sounds like cultural hatred of the working class no you bums in liverpool you do not understand Human rights, the Human spirit does not reside in you lot, you are of the common herd,however that spirit cannot be killed by legal fiction or medical practitioners who are controlled by big Pharma and the legal mafia, how many of them dare step outside the box and cure cancer and save lives with cannabis oil as was ex President Jimmy Carter no they would not dare.

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