You know the lines, we've all heard them; you're unique, independent, an individual and you need to tailor a service to suit your 'lifestyle'.
Well actually, one size does fit all.
Quite simply, we're all the same.
We're all human and we all have the same basic needs, as the next man; no matter how much you believe your own hype about your 'lifestyle'.
When we're ill, we need to see a Doctor.
We need an appointment to see a Doctor, as soon as possible; we all want to see a Doctor who knows what they are talking about and we all want and indeed need, the subsequent appropriate treatment.
If we need to go to hospital, none of us want to wait for months and we all want a clean, safe hospital to be treated in.
Who exactly wants to send their kids to a 'bad' school for crikes sake?
Of course, what it's really all about is money.
The brainwashing to get people to believe they all have different needs, that seemingly you alone deserve that elusive apparent service, is merely a strategic tactic designed to create a subsequent perceived need for choice.
That apparent need for choice would, miraculously, then be met by the private sector.
As the very same wealthy elite propagating the need for 'choice' have a vested interest in the private sector, by way of they either own, are on the board of, or have shares in the companies which stand to benefit then, again, miraculously, ultimately they are the only ones to gain
It is brainwashing, as we are all same and in reality of course, this is something which everybody already pays for through tax and N.I. contributions and therefore is entitled to, should expect and indeed deserves, in any case.