At the homefront, artist, architect and Laaf's expert on Russian Art Svetlana Kuznetsova, remains creative. She is currently working on a sixteen pieces tea-set. "The only good thing left from Russian Orthodox Church as an institution is the architecture. The rest is a fraud." Svetlana explains. The tea, milk and sugar pots are excellent. Next, it would be curious to see cups and saucepans.More from Svetlana here www.sk-art.london
Other than that, now when private healthcare and NHS are about to merge, I hope there is a strong team of brilliant people who continuously think how to protect this Health-Combo, by the creation and implementation of mechanisms to stop future pharaohs’ scale of corruption based on the usual three pirates' pillars, or shall we say boarding hooks? : ruthless profiteering, medical professional staff salaries plummeting and chain slave of maintenance staff importating from overseas.
Other than that, now when private healthcare and NHS are about to merge, I hope there is a strong team of brilliant people who continuously think how to protect this Health-Combo, by the creation and implementation of mechanisms to stop future pharaohs’ scale of corruption based on the usual three pirate pillars: ruthless profiteering, medical professional staff salaries plummeting and chain slave of maintenance staff importation from overseas. Other than that, now when all these crisis funds are unleashed and Islington Council is in desperate need of... was it 48 or 68?... Health and Social Care Workers, why do they still contract agencies to subcontract these workers at the old stinky £9.5 ph? Shouldn't the demand dictate the price? Why pour more money in the bottomless pit of mediating agencies, whose sole purpose of existence is money-swallowing, mediation-messing, and banditism. Those agencies that we all know to be non-delivering of the services they’ve been contracted to deliver. If someone could explain why do you need to give money to an agency that will abuse and bring misery to the other actors in the scheme? In this case : Islington Council, the people that need medical and social care and people that provide this medical and social care? And why would the Council in the bastion of the Labour Party offer wages lower than the minimal living wage for London?
Other than that, the contract of the sole, a la Chinese Authoritarian Style, provider of Public Service Interpreting in this country has just been renewed despite miserably failing to provide the service it is contracted for, being an agency of the type described in the paragraph above. And Big Brother, but on it’s Big Brother aspect I won’t expand now.
Other than that, a rumour from Bulgaria overflew a whole continent to land in my my ears; a quick google search found the following, one day old, job advert under the title 'England - Working Places' : "Fruit, vegetable and sweet products packing shops recruit men, women and couples.- Age limit 60 - Provided accommodation and immediate start - employment contract under English law - Immediate departure "*. Now again, I would like to know, can't the crisis funds subsidise a fruit&veg pick-packing campaign performed by people already present on this island? For example if crisis funds subsidise food businesses so that they may offer rates attractive to local populations, won't it be better? I mean, they could even employ some of the bulgarian construction workers already present on this island and currently unemployed, if they offer them the usual construction-sight fees, couldn't they? Because of timely measures Bulgaria so far has only 24 COVID19 related deaths, so I am not worried about Bulgarians importing the virus, I am more worried of them exporting it back to Bulgaria which suffers a terrible lack of medical staff, with all its medical staff working around the world, only retired or just before retirement personnel works now there. Poor Bulgarians' chagrins should be a worry left to the Bulgarian Government that has equally unleashed massive crisis funds, and not to the UK. In an ideal world, the UK should be pick-packeting its own produce at least in times of pandemic crisis. And also who is checking on the living, working and hygiene conditions of the fruit&veg pick-packers? And a final suggestion: shouldn't the Brexit and nationalist parties make an appeal for British fruit&veg pick-packeters? In this case the producers might even leave the wages as for Bulgarian workers.
Other than that, next Monday we will be going out of our windows clapping and shouting "W*nkers" for one minute in honour of those who will go out this Easter weekend. Amidst the "W*nkers" shouts we will also occasionally be shouting "Chief W*nkers" and "Mega w*nkers" in honour of VODAFONE and their bill increase as of this month. VODAFONE, YOUR FATHER WORKS IN McD*N*LDS LOOSER!
As a result of all this otherthanthating, today I am pessimist. Despite being it the perfect time to start doing things differently, the Times of COVID19 will probably remain in history as the Times When the Lion has eventually Eaten all the Lambs! Happy Easter to you too!
*For the job advert here