Alfie Evans, R.I.P.

9 May 2016 – 28 April 2018

Fucking baby killers.

I can understand the National Horror Show deciding they can no longer afford to pay for his care. It’s heartless, but I can understand the logic.

What I cannot understand is refusing to let Alfie’s parents seek help elsewhere. England should be ashamed of what its government has done.

It were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck, and he cast into the sea, than that he should offend one of these little ones. – Luke 17:2

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98 Responses to Alfie Evans, R.I.P.

  1. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • DeniseVB says:

      Good grief, I wanted my boys to play with girls to toughen them up. My boys that is. 😉

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        If they want girls only time they need to host it at home.

        I had several older brothers and male cousins. I learned I could win by using, as Hercule Poirot is wont to say, my little grey cells. It is probably one of the best practical things I leaned growing up.

      • Jadzia says:

        HA HA! I, too, have a girl who is tougher than all her siblings combined. (And another girl who is in a big fakey whiner stage, but it’s so transparent that it’s kind of funny, to the point that she is basically in on the joke at this point.)

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  4. helenk3 says:

    Doctors in England do not seem to understand the part of the medical oath that says Do No Harm.
    the judges are not any better.
    who the hell are they to tell parents we are going to murder your kid and you can do nothing about. Then threaten the parents to shut up if you want to at least hold your kid.
    is this what we want for this country ? I DO NOT.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      The docs in NHS also do not appear to comprehend that although these cases focus on children with very limited options, that the treatments they have been offered elsewhere may or may not make a difference for them – but by trying other docs and practitioners may help not just these children but those that follow. The willing and able Italian/American/whoever medical teams gain more experience and knowledge and can work on solutions. This is one of the paths toward improving health care for all. These children’s lives have been devalued and the future written off in meet NHS rigid rules and seeing themselves as GOD.

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  6. swanspirit says:

    When will people understand, it isn’t about the money. If this were an “important ” child, like a royal, or a politicians child, they would find the money to throw at whatever care was desired.
    It’s about the power. They said no, and they didn’t want anyone else circumventing their authority.
    It’s beyond disgusting.

  7. helenk3 says:

    off topic

    this is the guy investigating Trump.
    scary what has become of law enforcement

    • helenk3 says:

      once you start reading this you will be in shock. I was. I knew he was bad, but not this bad

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    I can’t put into words how I feel about this, it shakes me to my core. Tragically, I was already familiar with the practices of NHS, as well as some other systems around the world that play God. I became acquainted with people all over the world online via support groups when my daughter was going through cancer treatment.

    It may well have been that there was no hope for little Alfie, but where and what treatment should have been up to his parents….full stop. One day those involved will face judgement, may they receive as much compassion as they gave Alfie and his parents.

  10. helenk3 says:,amp.html?__twitter_impression=true

    this in interesting. who should be held responsible , the rioters, or the business owners themselves to just take the loss or the city after the mayor said give the rioters space

    • John Denney says:

      I’m thinking Maryland has draconian gun laws. Apparently no one defended their property with force of arms, as happened in the Korean community in L.A. during the Rodney King riots, and in Ferguson during the Michael Brown riots.

      It’s a violation of human rights to deprive people of the means of self defense, and then despicable to not defend them.

    • elliesmom says:

      I like soups like this for a light supper on the deck even when it’s warm. It’s never really all that hot here. We only have a couple of 90 degree days, and when the sun goes down, a bowl of soup hits the spot.

  11. DeniseVB says:

    Remember the twitter thread about the boyfriend getting roughed up by police for simply giving a homeless person some change? Well, more about that…….they refuse to go to the police to file a report because they want to handle it privately ? Oh yeah, and they say the police are lying. Her twitter feed is still up…..

  12. Dora says:

    Sounds like good advice. I hope it’s not a hate crime for me to say that.

    • Lulu says:

      And Iran is getting ready to turn into Persia again. Which is NOT Muslim. Persia was one of the countries converted at the point of a sword and still isn’t very happy about it. The mullahs are ethnic Arabs not Persians.

    • Constance says:

      I like Putin better than a lot of our politicians, he is a patriot of his country while so many of our politicians despise us deplorables and our country.

  13. swanspirit says:

    There is another aspect to the treatment of people with poor prognoses, especially children, that doesn’t get much mention, but having worked at Johns Hopkins, and other hospitals in Baltimore connected with Hopkins (and they all are) it comes to my mind.

    At Hopkins, mostly, and understandably, the docs are usually gung go to see how long they can keep someone alive, especially if there is a new, or experimental treatment they want to try. They do this, obviously, not just to see if it works on the current patient, but also for the benefit of future patients. This is how new and beneficial treatments are found, this is one of the ways modern medicine has developed.

    There are arguments for and against. Against, says, it’s gruesome and cruel to experiment on humans, For says, it gives us hope, and even if it doesn’t work, at the very least we have contributed to a bank of knowledge that may benefit others in the future.

    The decision, no matter what, should remain in the hands of the family, not the fucking government.
    So not only has this child and his family been deprived of life and hope, by a heartless bloodless government, so have future children,and medicine, and humanity, been deprived of any knowledge gained from treating him.
    That makes it a crime against humanity, as well as murder. Imo.

  14. taw46 says:

    A group of two dozen neo-nazis got a permit for a rally. If no one had publicized it, that would have been the end of it. But they did. So we had hundreds of protesters and a reported 700 LE. So stupid.

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  17. Lulu says:

    “It had long been my opinion that the writers and editors of the New York Times and, by extension, their readers live on a different planet—the planet where a martini costs $20.”

    “The lead essay in the Sunday Review is by Amy Chozick, adapted from her new book Chasing Hillary. The headline is a quotation from Hillary Clinton: “They Were Never Going To Let Me Be President.” … “There, she and her audience experience phenomena hardly imaginable to us. In U1 we sometimes beat a dead horse, but in UNYT they feed it and groom it and ride it around.”

    Read this new classic P J O’Rouke in Weakly Sub-Standard (which I hate) but this is very funny.

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  20. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Next they’ll demand malt liquor in the honor bar.

    • Somebody says:

      50% of their customers? I thought AA’s were approximately 13% of our population???

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        Math is hard. Facts are inconvenient.

        Plus, as someone noted, the shampoo they provide is not very good for anyone. It is a courtesy so that if you forget to pack the basics – you are covered. Most front desks also provide toothbrush/toothpaste, deodorant, and a few other essentials upon request. This did come in handy when traveling with elders with memory problems who would “help” pack by removing items to make room for something else when my back was turned. The hotel options were good enough to do in a pinch on a stormy night until you could get out to a store.

        Tip: the shampoo does work rather well if you need to hand wash an item or two in the sink.

    • Miranda says:

      After having a skin reaction to hotel shampoo, I just go to a drug store and buy my own small bottle when traveling. Problem solved.

      • Jadzia says:

        I know, right? I have special-snowflake skin with rosacea that flares up from using the cheap-ass soaps at the hotel. I know this, so I bring my own.

  21. helenk3 says:

    this video is from last July but it is still relevant

  22. helenk3 says:

    guess there are going to be a lot of resturants run by older people in the future. It will be like you are cooking for kids,but getting paid to do so

  23. Dora says:

    Hundreds of devastated supporters turn out to pay their respects to brain-damaged toddler at heart of legal battle who has died after five days without life support

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  25. helenk3 says:

    if this group is taxpayer funded , maybe that funding should stop now. I know they are volunteers,but who pays the expenses?

  26. Cisco says:

    🤔 From a friends e-mail

    Things have gotten so bad, particularly in suburban and rural areas, that teachers and coaches are having a hard time refraining from indulging their dope habits while at work with our children.

    Raquel Eleana Spencer, 29, was acting bizarrely at Northwest Whitfield High School and that’s when administrators discovered she was carrying heroin, according to the Dalton Daily Citizen.

    Students and staff noticed Spencer acting erratically before telling school officials, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. The teacher reportedly gave school officials consent to a search where the drug was found on her.

    “Since the safety of our students and staff is a top priority in our schools, the [school resource officer] asked the teacher if she would consent to a search. The teacher consented to the search. The officer found an illegal substance which led to her arrest,” Whitfield County Schools spokesman Eric Beavers told the Dalton Daily Citizen.

    Spencer was charged with heroin possession and was booked into the Whitfield County Jail, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. She was also believed to have been under the influence of narcotics when she was arrested, Whitfield County Sheriff Scott Chitwood said.

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  29. DeniseVB says:

    Heh. What to wear to a NYC bar 😉

  30. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • mothy2017 says:

      He can support Trump and that brat. Why is twitter freaking out? Doubt anyone agrees with me 100% andI’m sure he loves to t r oll.

    • 1539days says:

      • Cisco says:

        I tried. It’s only been about 3 years.
        But she married and her husband answered the phone.
        Said if I called again he’d find me and kick my ass.
        I didn’t even get a chance to tell hubbie I loved him.

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  37. Underwhelmed says:

    For Sanders or Conway or any of them to be hurt by that crap, they’d have to think those opinions have any relevance. I doubt they think that, so all those wankers are doing is showing the world the kind of vile troglodytes they are. And that’s a good thing.

  38. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • lyn says:

      Does that mean blacks and Democrats can’t handle the truth?

    • Jadzia says:

      I dunno–my opinion of him changed because, you know, he assaulted a whole bunch of ladies. I DGAF about his political views.

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