Ireland to shut down Internet — 8 Comments

  1. So, apparently the Internet was invented by the Irish government and therefor they can regulate it? It's amazing that these wingnuts are actually allowed out into the public let alone voice their opinions via the media.

    • Those in Public Health live an extremely isolated life, listening only to themselves, their colleagues and the voices in their head.  They think up these crazy notions without any idea of the consequences or even if they are possible.  They are so full of their own self-importance that they think they can boss the world around and we will all dance to their tune.

      Wingnuts is miles too polite.

  2. Heh! Q6 just about sums up the whole sorry shower of them.

    And the problem is? Is there a problem? Apart from in their deranged little heads, that is. From the article, it rather looks like advertising companies are doing what they have always done – advertising their clients' wares. Isn't that what they're supposed to do? And isn't the mark of a successful campaign an uptick in sales?

    Honestly, GD, I'm really losing patience with these fuckwits. And their useful idiots.

    And as for that band of brainless, blinkered morons in the WHO, I think they should be told to go out and play with those nice anti-smoking chaps in the Syrian chapter of ISIL. I'm sure they'd get along like a house on fire.

    • That's not a bad idea – tell the WHO to go visit ISIL [or whatever they're called these days] and to drape themselves in the Mercan flag as a sign of peace. 

      In fact everyone in Pubic Elf should follow them.  We'd all be a lot healthier.

  3. “We know that marketing of products high in fat, sugar or salt plays a causal role in obesity”

    As does the decrease in regular smoking.  Isn’t it funny – they pretty much pressgang much of the population into stopping doing something which is a renowned (and very self-evident) weight-restricter, and then, when – in almost direct correlation with the decrease – the inevitable happens and weights and waistlines start ballooning, they begin casting around for other “reasons” for the increase in obesity.  Shhh!  Just everyone ignore that elephant in the room there!

    • Their problem is that the Smoker group don't talk to the Obese group who in turn don't talk to the Alcohol group.  Each lives in its own little bubble thinking it's the most important [and deserving of the most cash].

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