Im listening to the Radiola and Jeremy Vine is gogin on about the NHS cuts and how we might be able to make savings in the NHS without major cuts, obvious easy things, it all sounds good.
But then a clip is played of Diane Abbott stating that we could make a saving if people stopped eating so unhealthy and reduced the Diabetes problem saying obese people are the problem etc.. while typically criticising Tory cuts.
But I had to stop for a minute, How can someone preach about healthy eating and the cost to the NHS when they dont even take their own advice?
Its like someone smoking 20 a day and telling me I am part of the problem the NHS has to pay out so much on lung cancer and heart disease patients.
I dont disagree with the sentiments that the UK's health is a massive contributor of NHS funding problems, but how is it right that an obese, wealthy person put the blame on obese poor people?
The state of peoples health is down to the poverty they are in, yet here is this wealthy do gooder stuffing her face, who can afford to eat healthy, go to gyms and even employee fitness instructors, but no she chooses to be a hypocrite yet blame the rest of the UK.
Do you think its OK for someone to preach if they cannot follow the rules themselves? is it not like Fat Doctors or Doctors who smoke, what right do they have to shame people?