Street Democracy writes:
Our government is a ferocious machine shelling out a hideous vigour of rage towards those unable to support themselves financially.
A government intent on vollying sour principles promoting ‘evil in ink’ with a horrendous array of fierce Tory hosting.
These are love abandoned soul’s, MP’s who will socially destroy those unable to contribute towards a full working week or pay their taxes.
Our disabled communities across our country will be marginalised and expelled from mainstream society with severe brutish expeditions socially discrediting them as ‘scroungers’.
Not all disabled people can run marathons and climb mountains! Many find it hard just to survive each day with pain and misery for comfort.
With soulless suits of blue we’ll witness a dreadful and painful interval upon our society degrading those unable to work, expelling further disabled people by a legalised power centre of prejudice.
The Tories wish to gain a pay rise of £7,000 but cut disabled people’s benefits to below subsistence levels at the same time proves they are morally bankrupt, and incapable of empathy.
Justin Tomlinson is to bring on the Tory toxic onslaught creating more disabilities as lack of medical treatments, equipment, even counselling, will lead to a cruel world mind set, and not ideal for any recovery.
It is clear his principles are a fallen from grace faded splendour and like thieves huddled in the night will steal freedom away and imprison innately decent people across the UK without conscience.
Basically placing disabled people under house arrest, a barrless prison.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
New Tory disabilities minister opposed protecting benefits for disabled children and cancer patients
‘The Tories’ new disabilities minister voted against protecting extra benefits for disabled children and cancer patients.
Justin Tomlinson opposed giving the safeguards in the controversial Welfare Reform Bill – despite pleas from the House of Lords.
Today David Cameron named the 38-year-old North Swindon MP as disabilities minister in the Department for Work and Pensions as part of his Cabinet shake-up.
He’ll be tasked with helping Iain Duncan Smith cut £12billion from the welfare bill.’