Our hospitals are places in which we put our entire trust if we can face the need for being operated on without stress and undue anxiety. This is a given based on common sense. So in a country like England where so many hospitals and care homes end up being closed because of rampant inefficiency and even cruelty combined with mistake after mistake, we must beg the question - what the hell is causing all the problems? We have to face the basic facts first. It's not the doctors and surgeons who operate, in the main they are very efficient. Of course some mistakes are made varying in seriousness, but few by comparison with the sheer number of operations, many carried out under time-pressure where a patient is bleeding to death from a severe wound or internal damage.
The areas in which we are failing is where we put blind faith in people. In the all important aftercare areas, Women play a key role in nursing, out numbering males by quite a margin, and this is where much of the blame lies. This observation is not from a misogynist, or a childish man looking for an excuse to blame women - forget all that garbage. From lots of experience I have come to understand that many women belie their appearance, they possess deep-rooted feelings of cruelty, sadism even, and in the care of vulnerable people can cause deaths and acute pain because of third-rate treatment. Women can be dirty by nature and therefore fail to clean hospitals efficiently - I have witnessed this many times when a patient. I have witnessed appalling mistakes made, have come across mental ages among women staff that would embarrass a developed twelve-year-old.
Often our hospitals fail to back-up trust. Trust from the public and the management who blindly assume the woman or man on the aftercare sections of hospitals will be working with compassion and kindness in their hearts and minds - and nothing could be quite so idealistic and incorrect. I have witnessed spite and pay-back dished out to patients who have been unhappy with treatment or attitude . I have witnessed outrageous and callous acts committed by 'nurses'. Even today, this date the twelfth of August, 2013 a report is out of more hospital chaos. There must be more acceptance of discipline by women, the constant need to have their egos massaged must be eradicated and their jobs to be taken far more seriously. Men must NEVER be afraid to discipline a female or even sack her if the failings are persistent or too gross - we have now a syndrome where women scream that sexual discrimination is occurring and the weak and vapid male will back-off and put his hands up. It's sickening and destructive.
Somehow attitudes have to change if our hospitals can be once again the envy of the world. There must no longer be an automatic assumption that any woman is fit for the job just because she possesses a woman's body. There must be more psychological tests carried out and character assessments. Vanity is just not good enough, mental powers and capabilities are of paramount importance. Here in England we can only hope that the arrogance of the Feminists will be tackled head-on and sanity reintroduced.