November 29th, 2013

Envy of the World Update

19 more hospitals are to be investigated over their links to Jimmy Savile. 13 hospitals were already under investigation following the revelations about Leeds General Infirmary, Stoke Mandeville and Broadmoor. That’s 32 in total. 


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  1. 1
    Sir William Wayde says:

    What possible point is there in this? How about checking on how they treat their patients?

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    • 19
      Maximus says:

      Perhaps they yet mean to dig him up and see him on trial, as it couldn’t possibly be about money or the BBC.

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    • 24
      dai nil by mouth says:

      wasn’t it the BBC that insisted on calling the main leeds hospitlal ‘jimmy’s’?

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      • 25
        Medic says:

        No actually , it’s been called Jimmy’s for aeons by generations of medical students. Clue: its name is St James University Hospital.

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        • 26
          dai nil by mouth says:

          well i never

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          • ron says:

            I went to university in Leeds, lived in Harehills for 2 years and often drank at the Fountain Head and the Florence Nightingale pubs just across the road from St James Hospital.

            I’d never hear the hospital referred to as Jimmy’s until the TV series of that name came along in the 1980s.

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    • 43
      DC says:

      Why didn’t the English and americans let the german person carry on eradicating the chosen race and the romas and the slavs, he would of got round to the muzzies sooner or later. What a different world it would be.

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      • 46
        Grammar Nazi says:

        Go back to the junior section of stormfrunt and learn the basics.

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      • 49
        A non emouse says:

        Because he loved the muzzies. Check your history books as well your grammar books.
        And he was wrong on so many counts.
        Your post is just inhuman. Are you a robot?

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    • 45
      Anon E Mouse says:

      You’ve answerd your first question; the reason being to avoid the second being asked (or attempted to be answered).

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    • 50
      Bill says:

      Because that would be even worse?

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  2. 2
    Andy Burnham says:

    So proud.

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  3. 3
    Dr Savile to Angela Eagle says:

    If you could just cough while I cup your balls madam.

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  4. 4
    Andy Burnham says:

    I ordered champagne while patients were dying of thirst.

    Toodle pip!

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    • 38
      jimbo says:

      yeh nothing to do with saint maggie…..who lobbied relentlessy to give him a knighthood desite being told of his predlications

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      • 41
        Guns n' Neuroses says:

        Evidence?

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      • 59
        Mrs Havisham says:

        Cabinet papers. She requested on 5 separate occasions that he be given a knighthood even though she was advised against. Google Thatcher and Jimmy Saville. Invited him to Chequers many times including New Years Eve to spend time with her family. Little wonder that the BBC were scared to do anything about him. Saville was crafty – hid behind power inc royal family.Whatever else she was Thatcher was a very poor judge of character. Unbelievable (almost) that a PM would count him as a personal friend.The Cabinet papers were released under 30 years rule but some parts of the file were withheld and will not be known to the public for a further 40 years. Can only speculate as to what the Security Services knew about Saville.

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  5. 5
    BBC says:

    Who’d like to see some repeats of Jim’ll Fit It.

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    • 10
      Tiffany Tott says:

      dear Jim.
      I have got an intact hymen will you break it for me so I can go horse riding without getting blood on the saddle.

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  6. 6
    NHS is great the BBC told me so says:

    Send all NHS medical staff to Holby City for training.
    No starving patients or shitty piss stained beds in that hospital.

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    • 28
      Future TV viewer says:

      Haha have you seen these old repeats of the show Holby City? They are so inaccurate, look there’s doctors everywhere! Everyone knows there weren’t any doctors in hospitals between 2010 and 2023.

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  7. 7
    Steve Miliband says:

    It’s a Knockout

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  8. 8
    Steve Miliband says:

    Is this the Friday Photo Caption?

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  9. 9
    Screwed taxpayer says:

    Whatever is the point of these endless investigations? The man is dead.

    No one from the NHS, BBC or anywhere else will be sacked as a result of them.

    Stop wasting taxpayers money on these nice little earner for those faux caring fuckers employed on this farce.

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    • 13
      A thought says:

      Dig up Saviles corpse and make BBC executives take turns carrying it around broadcasting house on their back every Christmas as a tribute to all the c*nts who turned a blind eye to his abuse.

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    • 14
      Living in the past says:

      I agree.

      I think it’s now about evidence gathering so that “victims” can sue for their victim’s dosh now.

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      • 17
        Fantasy Victim says:

        Jimmy S. once looked at me when I was fourteen, I told my friend Sandra who was there at the time, so I’ve got a witness, although she now says she can’t remember.

        Is there any no win no fee solicitor out there who will help me claim £1m damages off the BBC ( I really mean the licence fee payers of course ) for all the suffering that glance has caused me over the years?

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        • 31
          (Not so)Dangerous Brian says:

          Jimmy Saville dj’d at the Leeds Mecca in 1965/66 or thereabouts, I once went there on a Saturday afternoon (I think they called it The Spinning Disc then).
          Anyway, I can’t remember exactly what happened but someone brushed up against me at some point, it could have been him and I want compensayshun!

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    • 58
      Elizabeth Weaver says:

      Its not the job of the BBC or the NHS to catch and charge paedophiles but the police who chose not to do so.

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  10. 11
    Green Energy means Diesel Fumes says:

    NHS hospitals are being asked to cut their power demand from the National Grid as part of a government attempt to stave off power blackouts, which the energy watchdog Ofgem warns could arrive as early as 2015.

    According to one energy company, four hospitals have already signed up to a deal under which they will reduce demand at peak times by using diesel-fired generators.

    http://bishophill.squarespace.com/blog/2013/7/1/the-insanity-of-central-planning.html

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    • 16
      altruism in industry says:

      Oh look, there’s a company with a plan that has a chance of working.

      http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/asia/japan/10480950/Japanese-firm-plans-250-mile-wide-solar-panel-belt-around-Moon.html

      I know, why don’t we do something like that instead of wasting oodles on train sets, windmills and other countries ?
      Autonomous robots mining asteroids and building solar arrays on the moon.
      That might have the appearance of a fucking PLAN.

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      • 22
        Axe The Telly Tax &Religion &Kill All Eco-loons says:

        They just have to work out how to get the power generated back down to the Earth spinning at 1000 miles per hour and 250,000 miles distant.

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        • 27
          altruism in industry says:

          We’ll get Dave to say he wants it to transfer itself

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        • 35
          Anonymous says:

          Microwave transmission from the moon, to a rectifying antenna on the ground or out at sea. Well understood and simple technology. Sadly, it will never happen as it doesn’t involve dropping bombs on brown people.

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          • John Bellingham says:

            First described by Isaac Asimov in 1941, patented in 1973 and subject to more than US$100 million research by NASA (for research, read thinking about it). NASA determined that it was too expensive, but then they are the guys who chose the Space Shuttle. The Japanese might just get it going as it would provide an excellent method of frying a large portion of the Chinese mainland.

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        • 40
          Mr Ed says:

          A very long flex?

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          • Arthur C. Clarke (now then, how's about that?) says:

            Use a giant Duracell battery. The Space Shuttle could have been used to take the batteries to and from the moon — it would have fit in the cargo hold perfectly.

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  11. 12
    Anonymous says:

    There are some people when you first see them on TV you blood goes cold, Savile was one, Pol Pot, Tony Blair, Robert Mugabe, and Keith Vaz are among the others but I am not saying they were kiddie fiddlers just creeps

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  12. 15
    Clunk Click says:

    In exchange for his charity work Savile had access to the morgue at LGI.
    That was common knowledge in the 70’s that he liked to sit and brush the hair of dead pensioners.

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    Axe The Telly Tax &Religion &Kill All Eco-loons says:

    After the BBC “Children in Need” telethon and in light of the Jimmy Savile & Stuart Hall revelations, ITV/SKY should hold a rival one called “Children in Need of protection from the pedos at the BBC”

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  14. 21
    Sticking Plaster says:

    Where is the list of hospitals?

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  15. 23
    Axe The Telly Tax &Religion &Kill All Eco-loons says:

    Grow a pair and stop paying the telly tax.

    I haven’t paid it for 9 years.

    I still get the odd letter addressed to “The Legal Occupier”, but as i know of no such person i burn them in the fireplace :-)

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    • 37
      Dont Kill Bill Kill Aunty says:

      write back to them and tell them they can inspect your property to make sure youre not watching tv illegally for an inspection fee of £145.50. they’ll leave you alone then

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  16. 29
    Micheal Barrymore says:

    Dead people tell no tales.

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  17. 30
    i don't n eed no doctor says:

    That should read :- The BBC’s Jimmy Savile.

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  18. 32
    Dr Feelgood says:

    When will the scandal at Medway Maritime Hospital actually break?
    Investigators found 232 extra dead bodies, but enlightened observers say that that is just the tip of the gravestone. One ward has long been known as the “coffin” ward.
    Despite being in “special measures”, the place has just been damned for its maternity care as well, or rather, lack of.

    http://www.hospitalnegligence.co.uk/about-us/articles/analysis-what-s-going-on-at-the-hospital-trusts-under-investigation/medway-nhs-foundation-trust-kent/

    http://www.theguardian.com/society/2013/oct/23/medway-maritime-hospital-maternity-fails-inspection

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  19. 34

    Any advance on 32?

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  20. 44
    A pig ignorant, thick student from Edinburgh University says:

    Scum! The BBC should be shut down forever!

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  21. 47
    Rule_of_law says:

    I dont give a flying F**K about sir Jimmy, but wheres that fackin’ EVIDENCE about all this shite. Just hear say from Solicitors and such like, hoping to get their greasy hands on his estate.

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  22. 57
    Prince Philip says:

    Its a good job Maggie thatcher never knighted Saville or repeatedly had him round at Number 10. That would detract from Guido’s usual drivel.

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