Trust is critical of MP Amess: Westminster speech anger

Criticised – Southend West MP David Amess

Criticised – Southend West MP David Amess

First published in Local News by , Senior reporter

A HEALTH trust which was criticised by Southend MP David Amess has hit back and accused him of using words which stigmatise mental health patients.

The member for Southend West gave a speech in Westminster in which he criticised the South Essex Partnership Trust over a wide range of issues, including the pay of senior management and the number of complaints against staff.

A spokeswoman for South Essex Partnership Trust hit back, saying it had asked to meet with the MP to address his concerns and had been refused.

She pointed out that it had passed recent inspections by both Monitor and the Care Quality Commission.

Responding to his statement that complaints against the trust had rocketed since 2004, the spokewoman said: “Over the past ten years, the population covered by the trust has increased from 725,000 to 2.5 million, which is a rise of 250 per cent.”

In his speech, Mr Amess said the trust had allowed a suicidal Rochford Hospital patient and another person to “escape” from the hospital recently.

He said: “I want to ask how the staff on duty at the time, bearing in mind that these patients have fragile minds, allowed two patients to escape from a secure unit. What has happened is absolutely disgraceful.”

But the trust spokeswoman said that South Essex Partnership Trust services weren’t the ones involved in the incident and added: “The trust fully supports the anti-stigma campaign surrounding mental health and objects strongly to use of the terminology ‘escape’ in this context.

“The majority of mental health patients are informal and are, rightly, at liberty to leave or be discharged from hospital.”

She added that there was no evidence, as he alleged, that agency staff were turning up late for shifts, and that while a higher number of clinical staff have been hired since the expansion of the trust, the number of executives has been reduced.

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6:55am Tue 11 Mar 14

Happy Chickie says...

Amess looks like a cartoon character. Is that his expenses claim he is signing?
Amess looks like a cartoon character. Is that his expenses claim he is signing? Happy Chickie
  • Score: 10

8:18am Tue 11 Mar 14

Kim Gandy says...

What absolute rot.

More political correctness.

Like we are not allowed to call people with dementia dementia sufferers. We have to say they are "living with dementia". For God's sake, it's a deadly disease that robs people of their faculties and robs their families of a much loved relative. Dementia is hell for the person suffering it and for the families.

It's a horrible disease and people SUFFER from it. For God's sake. Why this obsession with words?

This nonsense just draws attention to it. I see nothing wrong in what he said. And "escape" is the right word...

It's like, again, if you work with people with dementia you are not allowed to say they attacked you. There is an inference that they didn't know what they were doing.

This is an insult in itself as some people with dementia still have some capacity for pre meditating things, like anyone else.

If somebody head butts you in the face, how are you supposed to describe it. It's hardly a handshake.

There is no malice intended in this terminology, it's just factual.

But the Left cannot stand painful truths. People with dementia are still people, they still have the capacity to love or hate. They can show affection, distrust, happiness, sadness etc. We are supposed to treat them as an individual, not patronise them with sanitised terminology.

I am sick to the back teeth of this obsession with changing the meanings of words or looking for insult where none is intended.

The word "escape" stigmatises nobody. It just shows that looking after vulnerable people has all sorts of risks and this is one of them.

If they are in a secure unit and manage to get out, what other word is there? If something is secure and you get out of it, you "escape". It's just a word. Not a stigma.

It's like residents of care homes have to be referred to as "service users". Why? Most elderly people haven't a clue what it means. One lady in a care home once asked me if the "service user guide" in her drawer, was the guidebook for her TV set. People who were brought up without all this nonsense have no concept of this word obsessed pc nonsense.

It's only a stigma in the eyes of the swivel eyed politically correct brigade who find offence in absolutely everything.

Let's concentrate on the care of such individuals, not worrying about the meaning of words.

As long as no obviously derogatory words or name calling is involved, what's the problem?
What absolute rot. More political correctness. Like we are not allowed to call people with dementia dementia sufferers. We have to say they are "living with dementia". For God's sake, it's a deadly disease that robs people of their faculties and robs their families of a much loved relative. Dementia is hell for the person suffering it and for the families. It's a horrible disease and people SUFFER from it. For God's sake. Why this obsession with words? This nonsense just draws attention to it. I see nothing wrong in what he said. And "escape" is the right word... It's like, again, if you work with people with dementia you are not allowed to say they attacked you. There is an inference that they didn't know what they were doing. This is an insult in itself as some people with dementia still have some capacity for pre meditating things, like anyone else. If somebody head butts you in the face, how are you supposed to describe it. It's hardly a handshake. There is no malice intended in this terminology, it's just factual. But the Left cannot stand painful truths. People with dementia are still people, they still have the capacity to love or hate. They can show affection, distrust, happiness, sadness etc. We are supposed to treat them as an individual, not patronise them with sanitised terminology. I am sick to the back teeth of this obsession with changing the meanings of words or looking for insult where none is intended. The word "escape" stigmatises nobody. It just shows that looking after vulnerable people has all sorts of risks and this is one of them. If they are in a secure unit and manage to get out, what other word is there? If something is secure and you get out of it, you "escape". It's just a word. Not a stigma. It's like residents of care homes have to be referred to as "service users". Why? Most elderly people haven't a clue what it means. One lady in a care home once asked me if the "service user guide" in her drawer, was the guidebook for her TV set. People who were brought up without all this nonsense have no concept of this word obsessed pc nonsense. It's only a stigma in the eyes of the swivel eyed politically correct brigade who find offence in absolutely everything. Let's concentrate on the care of such individuals, not worrying about the meaning of words. As long as no obviously derogatory words or name calling is involved, what's the problem? Kim Gandy
  • Score: -4

8:34am Tue 11 Mar 14

Happy Chickie says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
What absolute rot.

More political correctness.

Like we are not allowed to call people with dementia dementia sufferers. We have to say they are "living with dementia". For God's sake, it's a deadly disease that robs people of their faculties and robs their families of a much loved relative. Dementia is hell for the person suffering it and for the families.

It's a horrible disease and people SUFFER from it. For God's sake. Why this obsession with words?

This nonsense just draws attention to it. I see nothing wrong in what he said. And "escape" is the right word...

It's like, again, if you work with people with dementia you are not allowed to say they attacked you. There is an inference that they didn't know what they were doing.

This is an insult in itself as some people with dementia still have some capacity for pre meditating things, like anyone else.

If somebody head butts you in the face, how are you supposed to describe it. It's hardly a handshake.

There is no malice intended in this terminology, it's just factual.

But the Left cannot stand painful truths. People with dementia are still people, they still have the capacity to love or hate. They can show affection, distrust, happiness, sadness etc. We are supposed to treat them as an individual, not patronise them with sanitised terminology.

I am sick to the back teeth of this obsession with changing the meanings of words or looking for insult where none is intended.

The word "escape" stigmatises nobody. It just shows that looking after vulnerable people has all sorts of risks and this is one of them.

If they are in a secure unit and manage to get out, what other word is there? If something is secure and you get out of it, you "escape". It's just a word. Not a stigma.

It's like residents of care homes have to be referred to as "service users". Why? Most elderly people haven't a clue what it means. One lady in a care home once asked me if the "service user guide" in her drawer, was the guidebook for her TV set. People who were brought up without all this nonsense have no concept of this word obsessed pc nonsense.

It's only a stigma in the eyes of the swivel eyed politically correct brigade who find offence in absolutely everything.

Let's concentrate on the care of such individuals, not worrying about the meaning of words.

As long as no obviously derogatory words or name calling is involved, what's the problem?
ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ

Another lecture by Kimbo the bimbo.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: What absolute rot. More political correctness. Like we are not allowed to call people with dementia dementia sufferers. We have to say they are "living with dementia". For God's sake, it's a deadly disease that robs people of their faculties and robs their families of a much loved relative. Dementia is hell for the person suffering it and for the families. It's a horrible disease and people SUFFER from it. For God's sake. Why this obsession with words? This nonsense just draws attention to it. I see nothing wrong in what he said. And "escape" is the right word... It's like, again, if you work with people with dementia you are not allowed to say they attacked you. There is an inference that they didn't know what they were doing. This is an insult in itself as some people with dementia still have some capacity for pre meditating things, like anyone else. If somebody head butts you in the face, how are you supposed to describe it. It's hardly a handshake. There is no malice intended in this terminology, it's just factual. But the Left cannot stand painful truths. People with dementia are still people, they still have the capacity to love or hate. They can show affection, distrust, happiness, sadness etc. We are supposed to treat them as an individual, not patronise them with sanitised terminology. I am sick to the back teeth of this obsession with changing the meanings of words or looking for insult where none is intended. The word "escape" stigmatises nobody. It just shows that looking after vulnerable people has all sorts of risks and this is one of them. If they are in a secure unit and manage to get out, what other word is there? If something is secure and you get out of it, you "escape". It's just a word. Not a stigma. It's like residents of care homes have to be referred to as "service users". Why? Most elderly people haven't a clue what it means. One lady in a care home once asked me if the "service user guide" in her drawer, was the guidebook for her TV set. People who were brought up without all this nonsense have no concept of this word obsessed pc nonsense. It's only a stigma in the eyes of the swivel eyed politically correct brigade who find offence in absolutely everything. Let's concentrate on the care of such individuals, not worrying about the meaning of words. As long as no obviously derogatory words or name calling is involved, what's the problem?[/p][/quote]ZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ Another lecture by Kimbo the bimbo. Happy Chickie
  • Score: 4

9:13am Tue 11 Mar 14

Kim Gandy says...

Let's see the residents loons get to grips with what I said above, deliberately misinterpreting my words as usual.

And dredging up old rubbish made up by the gibbering fruitloops of the Left.

And none of them with any experience of working with vulnerable people.

Unless of course, you have - and you're one of the sort I refer to above.
Let's see the residents loons get to grips with what I said above, deliberately misinterpreting my words as usual. And dredging up old rubbish made up by the gibbering fruitloops of the Left. And none of them with any experience of working with vulnerable people. Unless of course, you have - and you're one of the sort I refer to above. Kim Gandy
  • Score: -4

9:16am Tue 11 Mar 14

Happy Chickie says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Let's see the residents loons get to grips with what I said above, deliberately misinterpreting my words as usual.

And dredging up old rubbish made up by the gibbering fruitloops of the Left.

And none of them with any experience of working with vulnerable people.

Unless of course, you have - and you're one of the sort I refer to above.
You need to sort out your medication Kimmy.

I certainly hope you do not work with vulnerable people, you are demented.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Let's see the residents loons get to grips with what I said above, deliberately misinterpreting my words as usual. And dredging up old rubbish made up by the gibbering fruitloops of the Left. And none of them with any experience of working with vulnerable people. Unless of course, you have - and you're one of the sort I refer to above.[/p][/quote]You need to sort out your medication Kimmy. I certainly hope you do not work with vulnerable people, you are demented. Happy Chickie
  • Score: 2

9:16am Tue 11 Mar 14

Kim Gandy says...

Oh and by the way, I don't know David Amess and I'm not a Tory.

Politically I am independent.

So deconstruct all you like. I know what I'm talking about and I am as entitled to my opinion as the next person.

If you don't like it. That's your problem.
Oh and by the way, I don't know David Amess and I'm not a Tory. Politically I am independent. So deconstruct all you like. I know what I'm talking about and I am as entitled to my opinion as the next person. If you don't like it. That's your problem. Kim Gandy
  • Score: -8

9:19am Tue 11 Mar 14

Kim Gandy says...

Happie Chickie, a resident nutter to be disregarded.

Talks a lot of rubbish. Knows nothing. Thick as a brick.

I read one line dear, it told me all I needed to know about you and I am not dignifying you with an argument.

You are singularly incapable of a reasoned debate as you are illiterate.

The one line of reply I saw says more about you than it does about me. You use the word "demented" as a derogatory term towards me. That shows your utter hatred of people with dementia when you can use the term so loosely.

The day you are as articulate as me, you can argue with me.

Until then, shut up Chucky. (Obviously a more accurate interpretation).

Now I have work to do, unlike you. Refugee from a Jeremy Kyle show.
Happie Chickie, a resident nutter to be disregarded. Talks a lot of rubbish. Knows nothing. Thick as a brick. I read one line dear, it told me all I needed to know about you and I am not dignifying you with an argument. You are singularly incapable of a reasoned debate as you are illiterate. The one line of reply I saw says more about you than it does about me. You use the word "demented" as a derogatory term towards me. That shows your utter hatred of people with dementia when you can use the term so loosely. The day you are as articulate as me, you can argue with me. Until then, shut up Chucky. (Obviously a more accurate interpretation). Now I have work to do, unlike you. Refugee from a Jeremy Kyle show. Kim Gandy
  • Score: -11

9:22am Tue 11 Mar 14

Happy Chickie says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Happie Chickie, a resident nutter to be disregarded.

Talks a lot of rubbish. Knows nothing. Thick as a brick.

I read one line dear, it told me all I needed to know about you and I am not dignifying you with an argument.

You are singularly incapable of a reasoned debate as you are illiterate.

The one line of reply I saw says more about you than it does about me. You use the word "demented" as a derogatory term towards me. That shows your utter hatred of people with dementia when you can use the term so loosely.

The day you are as articulate as me, you can argue with me.

Until then, shut up Chucky. (Obviously a more accurate interpretation).

Now I have work to do, unlike you. Refugee from a Jeremy Kyle show.
You need to be sectioned.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Happie Chickie, a resident nutter to be disregarded. Talks a lot of rubbish. Knows nothing. Thick as a brick. I read one line dear, it told me all I needed to know about you and I am not dignifying you with an argument. You are singularly incapable of a reasoned debate as you are illiterate. The one line of reply I saw says more about you than it does about me. You use the word "demented" as a derogatory term towards me. That shows your utter hatred of people with dementia when you can use the term so loosely. The day you are as articulate as me, you can argue with me. Until then, shut up Chucky. (Obviously a more accurate interpretation). Now I have work to do, unlike you. Refugee from a Jeremy Kyle show.[/p][/quote]You need to be sectioned. Happy Chickie
  • Score: 6

9:23am Tue 11 Mar 14

Happy Chickie says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Oh and by the way, I don't know David Amess and I'm not a Tory.

Politically I am independent.

So deconstruct all you like. I know what I'm talking about and I am as entitled to my opinion as the next person.

If you don't like it. That's your problem.
Politically you are ferked.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Oh and by the way, I don't know David Amess and I'm not a Tory. Politically I am independent. So deconstruct all you like. I know what I'm talking about and I am as entitled to my opinion as the next person. If you don't like it. That's your problem.[/p][/quote]Politically you are ferked. Happy Chickie
  • Score: 2

10:02am Tue 11 Mar 14

Howard Cháse says...

Amess is an embarrasment.
Amess is an embarrasment. Howard Cháse
  • Score: 8

10:30am Tue 11 Mar 14

DogsMessInLeigh says...

Cake.
Cake. DogsMessInLeigh
  • Score: 1

10:39am Tue 11 Mar 14

No1 Shoplifter says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
What absolute rot.

More political correctness.

Like we are not allowed to call people with dementia dementia sufferers. We have to say they are "living with dementia". For God's sake, it's a deadly disease that robs people of their faculties and robs their families of a much loved relative. Dementia is hell for the person suffering it and for the families.

It's a horrible disease and people SUFFER from it. For God's sake. Why this obsession with words?

This nonsense just draws attention to it. I see nothing wrong in what he said. And "escape" is the right word...

It's like, again, if you work with people with dementia you are not allowed to say they attacked you. There is an inference that they didn't know what they were doing.

This is an insult in itself as some people with dementia still have some capacity for pre meditating things, like anyone else.

If somebody head butts you in the face, how are you supposed to describe it. It's hardly a handshake.

There is no malice intended in this terminology, it's just factual.

But the Left cannot stand painful truths. People with dementia are still people, they still have the capacity to love or hate. They can show affection, distrust, happiness, sadness etc. We are supposed to treat them as an individual, not patronise them with sanitised terminology.

I am sick to the back teeth of this obsession with changing the meanings of words or looking for insult where none is intended.

The word "escape" stigmatises nobody. It just shows that looking after vulnerable people has all sorts of risks and this is one of them.

If they are in a secure unit and manage to get out, what other word is there? If something is secure and you get out of it, you "escape". It's just a word. Not a stigma.

It's like residents of care homes have to be referred to as "service users". Why? Most elderly people haven't a clue what it means. One lady in a care home once asked me if the "service user guide" in her drawer, was the guidebook for her TV set. People who were brought up without all this nonsense have no concept of this word obsessed pc nonsense.

It's only a stigma in the eyes of the swivel eyed politically correct brigade who find offence in absolutely everything.

Let's concentrate on the care of such individuals, not worrying about the meaning of words.

As long as no obviously derogatory words or name calling is involved, what's the problem?
I just call them a bunch of psychos or nutters who forgot to take their pills.
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: What absolute rot. More political correctness. Like we are not allowed to call people with dementia dementia sufferers. We have to say they are "living with dementia". For God's sake, it's a deadly disease that robs people of their faculties and robs their families of a much loved relative. Dementia is hell for the person suffering it and for the families. It's a horrible disease and people SUFFER from it. For God's sake. Why this obsession with words? This nonsense just draws attention to it. I see nothing wrong in what he said. And "escape" is the right word... It's like, again, if you work with people with dementia you are not allowed to say they attacked you. There is an inference that they didn't know what they were doing. This is an insult in itself as some people with dementia still have some capacity for pre meditating things, like anyone else. If somebody head butts you in the face, how are you supposed to describe it. It's hardly a handshake. There is no malice intended in this terminology, it's just factual. But the Left cannot stand painful truths. People with dementia are still people, they still have the capacity to love or hate. They can show affection, distrust, happiness, sadness etc. We are supposed to treat them as an individual, not patronise them with sanitised terminology. I am sick to the back teeth of this obsession with changing the meanings of words or looking for insult where none is intended. The word "escape" stigmatises nobody. It just shows that looking after vulnerable people has all sorts of risks and this is one of them. If they are in a secure unit and manage to get out, what other word is there? If something is secure and you get out of it, you "escape". It's just a word. Not a stigma. It's like residents of care homes have to be referred to as "service users". Why? Most elderly people haven't a clue what it means. One lady in a care home once asked me if the "service user guide" in her drawer, was the guidebook for her TV set. People who were brought up without all this nonsense have no concept of this word obsessed pc nonsense. It's only a stigma in the eyes of the swivel eyed politically correct brigade who find offence in absolutely everything. Let's concentrate on the care of such individuals, not worrying about the meaning of words. As long as no obviously derogatory words or name calling is involved, what's the problem?[/p][/quote]I just call them a bunch of psychos or nutters who forgot to take their pills. No1 Shoplifter
  • Score: 0

11:37am Tue 11 Mar 14

carnmountyouknowitmakessense says...

Too much care in the community, whats needed are secure mental hospitals, like we had in the 1920's.
Too much care in the community, whats needed are secure mental hospitals, like we had in the 1920's. carnmountyouknowitmakessense
  • Score: 0

2:11pm Tue 11 Mar 14

Blind Haze says...

DogsMessInLeigh wrote:
Cake.
Ah, the 'made up' drug.
[quote][p][bold]DogsMessInLeigh[/bold] wrote: Cake.[/p][/quote]Ah, the 'made up' drug. Blind Haze
  • Score: 3

4:06pm Tue 11 Mar 14

jolllyboy says...

We are all critical of D.Amess. We hear little of what he does for the town. if you write to him he only forwards it to someone else. useless.
We are all critical of D.Amess. We hear little of what he does for the town. if you write to him he only forwards it to someone else. useless. jolllyboy
  • Score: 0

5:22pm Tue 11 Mar 14

ThisYear says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Let's see the residents loons get to grips with what I said above, deliberately misinterpreting my words as usual.

And dredging up old rubbish made up by the gibbering fruitloops of the Left.

And none of them with any experience of working with vulnerable people.

Unless of course, you have - and you're one of the sort I refer to above.
You talk about 'vulnerable people' and express opinions on dementia and then call people "loons" and "gibbering fruitloops" implying people are mad...do you actually know your A from your E
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Let's see the residents loons get to grips with what I said above, deliberately misinterpreting my words as usual. And dredging up old rubbish made up by the gibbering fruitloops of the Left. And none of them with any experience of working with vulnerable people. Unless of course, you have - and you're one of the sort I refer to above.[/p][/quote]You talk about 'vulnerable people' and express opinions on dementia and then call people "loons" and "gibbering fruitloops" implying people are mad...do you actually know your A from your E ThisYear
  • Score: 0

6:28pm Tue 11 Mar 14

runwellian says...

Kim Gandy wrote:
Happie Chickie, a resident nutter to be disregarded.

Talks a lot of rubbish. Knows nothing. Thick as a brick.

I read one line dear, it told me all I needed to know about you and I am not dignifying you with an argument.

You are singularly incapable of a reasoned debate as you are illiterate.

The one line of reply I saw says more about you than it does about me. You use the word "demented" as a derogatory term towards me. That shows your utter hatred of people with dementia when you can use the term so loosely.

The day you are as articulate as me, you can argue with me.

Until then, shut up Chucky. (Obviously a more accurate interpretation).

Now I have work to do, unlike you. Refugee from a Jeremy Kyle show.
Whilst you may talk about stigmatising folk, calling / referring to folk as 'nutters' is derogatory and insulting.

I will overlook any remarks you have to make as I feel you are desperately in need of help, all the posts are from you, all the derogatory terms are from you, you appear to be very unstable, hence I feel very sorry for you!

If you have an issue with a service, there is a correct non stigmatising way to deal with it, ranting on the way you do, achieves nothing ... other than demonstrating attentions seeking behaviour!

My heart really goes out to you!
[quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Happie Chickie, a resident nutter to be disregarded. Talks a lot of rubbish. Knows nothing. Thick as a brick. I read one line dear, it told me all I needed to know about you and I am not dignifying you with an argument. You are singularly incapable of a reasoned debate as you are illiterate. The one line of reply I saw says more about you than it does about me. You use the word "demented" as a derogatory term towards me. That shows your utter hatred of people with dementia when you can use the term so loosely. The day you are as articulate as me, you can argue with me. Until then, shut up Chucky. (Obviously a more accurate interpretation). Now I have work to do, unlike you. Refugee from a Jeremy Kyle show.[/p][/quote]Whilst you may talk about stigmatising folk, calling / referring to folk as 'nutters' is derogatory and insulting. I will overlook any remarks you have to make as I feel you are desperately in need of help, all the posts are from you, all the derogatory terms are from you, you appear to be very unstable, hence I feel very sorry for you! If you have an issue with a service, there is a correct non stigmatising way to deal with it, ranting on the way you do, achieves nothing ... other than demonstrating attentions seeking behaviour! My heart really goes out to you! runwellian
  • Score: 0

10:47am Wed 12 Mar 14

Happy Chickie says...

runwellian wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
Happie Chickie, a resident nutter to be disregarded.

Talks a lot of rubbish. Knows nothing. Thick as a brick.

I read one line dear, it told me all I needed to know about you and I am not dignifying you with an argument.

You are singularly incapable of a reasoned debate as you are illiterate.

The one line of reply I saw says more about you than it does about me. You use the word "demented" as a derogatory term towards me. That shows your utter hatred of people with dementia when you can use the term so loosely.

The day you are as articulate as me, you can argue with me.

Until then, shut up Chucky. (Obviously a more accurate interpretation).

Now I have work to do, unlike you. Refugee from a Jeremy Kyle show.
Whilst you may talk about stigmatising folk, calling / referring to folk as 'nutters' is derogatory and insulting.

I will overlook any remarks you have to make as I feel you are desperately in need of help, all the posts are from you, all the derogatory terms are from you, you appear to be very unstable, hence I feel very sorry for you!

If you have an issue with a service, there is a correct non stigmatising way to deal with it, ranting on the way you do, achieves nothing ... other than demonstrating attentions seeking behaviour!

My heart really goes out to you!
Run - thanks but Kim has far worse issues than being derogatory, rude and a total plank.

She is unhinged and should be sectioned under the mental health act.
A total loony.
[quote][p][bold]runwellian[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Happie Chickie, a resident nutter to be disregarded. Talks a lot of rubbish. Knows nothing. Thick as a brick. I read one line dear, it told me all I needed to know about you and I am not dignifying you with an argument. You are singularly incapable of a reasoned debate as you are illiterate. The one line of reply I saw says more about you than it does about me. You use the word "demented" as a derogatory term towards me. That shows your utter hatred of people with dementia when you can use the term so loosely. The day you are as articulate as me, you can argue with me. Until then, shut up Chucky. (Obviously a more accurate interpretation). Now I have work to do, unlike you. Refugee from a Jeremy Kyle show.[/p][/quote]Whilst you may talk about stigmatising folk, calling / referring to folk as 'nutters' is derogatory and insulting. I will overlook any remarks you have to make as I feel you are desperately in need of help, all the posts are from you, all the derogatory terms are from you, you appear to be very unstable, hence I feel very sorry for you! If you have an issue with a service, there is a correct non stigmatising way to deal with it, ranting on the way you do, achieves nothing ... other than demonstrating attentions seeking behaviour! My heart really goes out to you![/p][/quote]Run - thanks but Kim has far worse issues than being derogatory, rude and a total plank. She is unhinged and should be sectioned under the mental health act. A total loony. Happy Chickie
  • Score: 0

10:48am Wed 12 Mar 14

Happy Chickie says...

ThisYear wrote:
Kim Gandy wrote:
Let's see the residents loons get to grips with what I said above, deliberately misinterpreting my words as usual.

And dredging up old rubbish made up by the gibbering fruitloops of the Left.

And none of them with any experience of working with vulnerable people.

Unless of course, you have - and you're one of the sort I refer to above.
You talk about 'vulnerable people' and express opinions on dementia and then call people "loons" and "gibbering fruitloops" implying people are mad...do you actually know your A from your E
Kimmy is right out to lunch. She needs sectioning under the mental health act.
[quote][p][bold]ThisYear[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Kim Gandy[/bold] wrote: Let's see the residents loons get to grips with what I said above, deliberately misinterpreting my words as usual. And dredging up old rubbish made up by the gibbering fruitloops of the Left. And none of them with any experience of working with vulnerable people. Unless of course, you have - and you're one of the sort I refer to above.[/p][/quote]You talk about 'vulnerable people' and express opinions on dementia and then call people "loons" and "gibbering fruitloops" implying people are mad...do you actually know your A from your E[/p][/quote]Kimmy is right out to lunch. She needs sectioning under the mental health act. Happy Chickie
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10:56am Fri 14 Mar 14

andy:) says...

I agree..one of the worlds biggest puzles, why do people votE for A-Mess, he is a complete waste of space, never appears to do anything unless he is in the papers for all the wrong reasons, such as running and hiding in hairdressers or putting down charities as is the case here.

PLEASE PEOPLE, WHEN NEXT VOTING, DON'T TICK HIS NAME, EVEN IF YOU ARE A TORY.
I agree..one of the worlds biggest puzles, why do people votE for A-Mess, he is a complete waste of space, never appears to do anything unless he is in the papers for all the wrong reasons, such as running and hiding in hairdressers or putting down charities as is the case here. PLEASE PEOPLE, WHEN NEXT VOTING, DON'T TICK HIS NAME, EVEN IF YOU ARE A TORY. andy:)
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1:23pm Fri 14 Mar 14

profondo asbo says...

andy:) wrote:
I agree..one of the worlds biggest puzles, why do people votE for A-Mess, he is a complete waste of space, never appears to do anything unless he is in the papers for all the wrong reasons, such as running and hiding in hairdressers or putting down charities as is the case here.

PLEASE PEOPLE, WHEN NEXT VOTING, DON'T TICK HIS NAME, EVEN IF YOU ARE A TORY.
have you been asleep for the last decade or so?
[quote][p][bold]andy:)[/bold] wrote: I agree..one of the worlds biggest puzles, why do people votE for A-Mess, he is a complete waste of space, never appears to do anything unless he is in the papers for all the wrong reasons, such as running and hiding in hairdressers or putting down charities as is the case here. PLEASE PEOPLE, WHEN NEXT VOTING, DON'T TICK HIS NAME, EVEN IF YOU ARE A TORY.[/p][/quote]have you been asleep for the last decade or so? profondo asbo
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