in protest against the privatisation of the NHS.
no national media have turned up to cover it.
he's pushing it with his nose, on his hands and knees.
That's the kind of thing he does.
Good for him. He's ace.
Was most amused to click the link and instantly recognise the Camberwell Sexual Health Centre.
chunky mark is my hero
Why is he doing this?
But why pushing a pig with his head?
He has likened this government to "pigs at the trough" with regard to selling off ambulance services to Arriva, earcare to Specsavers etc.
So probably something to do with that.
so, at least from a public perception point of view, some corporation will be able to control the weather
because the government are 'pigs' with their 'noses' in the trough of public money
probably more cos its funny innit
it's a man being treated for bowel cancer doing something to draw attention to what he sees as the wholesale auctioning-off of the NHS.
It's you that should be embarrassed, really. He's pushed a toy pig over four miles on his hands and knees, what have you done?
I've done plenty of great things in my time. I just don't feel the need to get my cock out in front of the whole fucking world to prove it because I'm not a total fucking narcissist
anyone engaged in any sort of activism whatsoever is just an attention-seeker.
I am glad you agree
...but you've probably engaged with it for longer than you would've were he just popping a petition round to Number 10 with some sanctimonious fucktard from The Guardian tweeting about it.
Sometimes the surreal carries its own value. Fair play to the bloke.
like asset stripping the NHS for a 7-figure salary registered in the Caicos islands? Something like that?
and a letter signed by his children, which will be handed in at 10 Downing Street when he gets there.
He works part-time as a taxi driver.
at Camberwell College of Art
Watching that felt really Black Mirror
what've you done?
So about the same for all the difference it'll make
i still haven't watched it.
rich and warm
Cameron has decided not to privatise the NHS, just because of this!
Very little about it in the media, sneaking it out through the back door. By 2015 you'll all probably need health insurance.
THAT DECISION WAAASS
imagine the dreams!