This is from Angry Harry.
£5700 For A Day
The NHS paid one doctor £5,700 for a day’s work under a system which sees hospitals squander millions on agency medics to stand in at understaffed hospitals.
The huge problems facing the NHS, and us, are significantly exacerbated because of the push to get more women to become doctors.
But being a doctor is an important job. It also requires huge expense for training; in terms of both time and money.
Perhaps, therefore, instead of listening to those man-hating feminists, who perpetually, and vociferously, blame men for the fact that women were denied important jobs in the past, we should take note that the three main reasons that women were 'denied' such jobs in the past were as follows.
1. Those jobs were important - for all of us.
2. Women did not want to do them.
3. Women would not have been much good at doing them - in comparison to men - because they kept quitting!
As such, it was quite right that men were favoured in the past for such jobs.
So, the next time that you hear the usual wailing about women being 'denied' important jobs in the past, I suggest that you respond with the following words.
"And quite right too! We would probably also be better off if we 'denied' them those jobs in the future."
That'd shut 'em up!