Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Julie Ali Most folks understand that there are problems with yapping in public. Most employers check social media before employing and so it usually is problematic to be talking publicly about issues that contradict government positions. It's also hard to get people to think in non-ideological ways. It may be a group herding business--people want to be part of a group and are terrified to be an outsider. It is also quite difficult to stand outside of the group and be the few outsiders speaking in critical dismay at the stance of the group. Group think is also promoted by the public dollars spent by the political parties to support their own agenda. It's troubling but its something that is all around us. Waste of cash. Dumb use of public dollars. Children dying in care for no good reasons. The most disabled being prematurely terminated at the Grey Nuns Hospital because doctors can't be bothered to do a respiratory investigation that a stay at home mum has to do. Cover up by all concerned and lawsuits by continuing care organizations to keep the lid on the entire can of worms in continuing care. I find if you are cowardly like I am you have to work in small pieces to become brave. I do the writing and try to be brave. Brave doesn't just happen in one big transformation. Sometimes it happens day after day after five years of watching your handicapped sister living like an animal in long term care while three health ministers yap in public about abuse not being tolerated. Sometimes it takes your whole life of listening to this shit to speak.

Julie Ali Most folks understand that there are problems with yapping in public. Most employers check social media before employing and so it usually is problematic to be talking publicly about issues that contradict government positions. It's also hard to get people to think in non-ideological ways. It may be a group herding business--people want to be part of a group and are terrified to be an outsider. It is also quite difficult to stand outside of the group and be the few outsiders speaking in critical dismay at the stance of the group. Group think is also promoted by the public dollars spent by the political parties to support their own agenda. It's troubling but its something that is all around us. Waste of cash. Dumb use of public dollars. Children dying in care for no good reasons. The most disabled being prematurely terminated at the Grey Nuns Hospital because doctors can't be bothered to do a respiratory investigation that a stay at home mum has to do. Cover up by all concerned and lawsuits by continuing care organizations to keep the lid on the entire can of worms in continuing care. I find if you are cowardly like I am you have to work in small pieces to become brave. I do the writing and try to be brave. Brave doesn't just happen in one big transformation. Sometimes it happens day after day after five years of watching your handicapped sister living like an animal in long term care while three health ministers yap in public about abuse not being tolerated. Sometimes it takes your whole life of listening to this shit to speak.

Julie Ali 


Most folks understand that there are problems with yapping in public. Most employers check social media before 

employing and so it usually is problematic to be talking publicly about issues that contradict government positions. It's also 

hard to get people to think in non-ideological ways. It may be a group herding business--people want to be part of a group 

and are terrified to be an outsider. It is also quite difficult to stand outside of the group and be the few outsiders speaking 

in critical dismay at the stance of the group. Group think is also promoted by the public dollars spent by the political parties to 


support their own agenda. It's troubling but its something that is all around us. Waste of cash. Dumb use of public dollars. Children 

dying in care for no good reasons. The most disabled being prematurely terminated at the Grey Nuns Hospital because doctors can't 

be bothered to do a respiratory investigation that a stay at home mum has to do. Cover up by all concerned and lawsuits by 

continuing care organizations to keep the lid on the entire can of worms in continuing care. I find if you are cowardly like I am you 


have to work in small pieces to become brave. I do the writing and try to be brave. Brave doesn't just happen in one big 

transformation. Sometimes it happens day after day after five years of watching your handicapped sister living like an animal in long 


term care while three health ministers yap in public about abuse not being tolerated. Sometimes it takes your whole life of listening 

to this shit to speak.

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