Street Democracy writes:
The Tories lie with style, or just with heavy weight bullying tactics, but lie they do and are becoming exceedingly repetitive and overtly hostile in their preferred method of deception.
It is blatantly obvious they wish to privatise everything.
These venal psychotic politicians fondle their deep pockets in anticipation of vested interests in all of the public and social sector. To privatise the lot!
Our venal economic elites stand in the epicentre of our government, all bought and paid for, all ready to sell the soul of the country if it means making profits for them.
Our venal Tory government are uncompassionate by design.
It is impossible so it seems to curb their lust for power, wealth accumulation and their disdain for the people.
The NHS is being fought for in a war from the people to government. It is no way a democracy.
Bit by bit a creeping totalitarian model is masking our nation state with its dark demonic values of corporate power, greed and growth.
If we are not careful they will consume the NHS in one full swoop such as the corporate sharks circling around it.
For more on the corrupt capitalist venture of devouring our NHS click here: Tories want to privatise NHS as cuts fund profits for fatcats while front line staff struggle to cope or continue reading.
‘Before the 2010 election, the Tories promised “no top-down reorganisation of the NHS”. They were lying. They were secretly planning the biggest ever.
The shake-up, signed off by the Lib Dems, has cost £3billion and rising.
To pay for it, the PM took cash off the NHS front line he promised not to cut. The result? Six-figure payoffs for hundreds of managers and P45s for thousands of nurses. It stinks.
Cameron’s reorganisation has left the NHS weakened, confused and short of staff.
And now the vultures are circling. Agencies are profiteering off the problems of the NHS by charging it exorbitant fees to fill a single shift.’
Struggling families caring for disabled relatives face £1bn cuts
‘Families caring for seriously ill and disabled relatives face £1 billion in cuts to financial support over the next four years, a major study shows.
The Government was accused on Sunday night of dealing callously with some of Britain’s most vulnerable families, as cuts to full-time carers’ benefits mean many are forced into debt and to rely on food banks.
The cumulative effect of a slew of welfare changes has been devastating for those who give up their lives to care for loved ones, experts say. The benefit changes contributing to carers being £1bn out of pocket by 2018 include: the ‘bedroom tax’, the benefit cap and fewer people being eligible for Carer’s Allowance.’