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UKIP moots return of enrolled nurse and end to graduate training
Anonymous | 26-Feb-2015 10:19 am
good comment and also the page is open to the public!
there is so much aggression not just in the comments but in the topics of the articles themselves across the media. this morning I saw on in the telegraph on male domestic abuse with a tragic picture and it made me think of all the violence, aggression, trickery and fraud that goes on right around the world starting somewhere as small as a family argument around the breakfast table, to the comments, to the abuse of the elderly and not just physical and mental but also those who trick them out of their savings or beat them up in their own homes and right up to full scale war and the Ukraine, Syria, hostage talking and the recent killings, etc. All I could say to myself on seeing this article and on reflecting on some o the comments, and especially in the national press, is how can people be so nasty to each other and how can one wish to harm another human being. By comparison I just think of all the richness that one can gain from any human encounter and especially among those in one's closer circle.
26 February, 2015
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