Street Democracy writes:
Our political Tory landscape is of dark foundations, of demonisation and criminalisation of the poorest sector of our communities.
This Tory toxicity has been engineered with dispassionate tones towards non-violent citizens condemned by ‘draconian’ rules to incarcerate those in need of welfare.
Of unspeakable wrongness has been vomited up by our Tory Government, aggressively reconfiguring our social landscape by excluding those unable to contribute towards a tax paying week.
Sickening political rituals of sadistic impoverishing death dealing policies of sordid politics to financially destroy those on low incomes is the Tories diabolical brilliance of social destruction.
The Tories own diabolical brilliance is their suffering of immoral, psychopathic personalities ensnared in a web of deception and no empathy.
They are destroying the social fabric of our communities by socially black listing those unable to contribute enough money a need welfare, or are disabled, or out of work.
To socially demonise a group of people is proof the Tories are disengaged from reality, are disconnected from ‘real’ people and don’t have a clue on how to manage our country.
For more on this ‘callous tones’ of the Tories and the damage they have inflicted upon the most vulnerable in our society click here or continue reading:
‘People on benefits have been beaten up, denied bank accounts and made homeless after being demonised as “scroungers”.
Devastating research reveals that four years of Tory-led war on the poor – and the recent TV series Benefits Street – have taken a terrible toll on the most vulnerable in society.’
Read more: 212,000 people ‘beaten up for being on benefits’ after being demonised as scroungers