Street Democracy writes:
These ‘psychopathic minded’ and members of the high social elite are determined to keep their eyes closed on reality and remain out of touch.
Food banks are when the government commits financial butchery to millions of families already struggling to survive at the lower end of a ‘socially demanding’ and ‘expecting culture’.
Already poor families were economically tied and contracted too private corporations to live the bare and lowest form of social acceptance which no one scorned.
Ask Mark Wood how much he spent on take away fast food after dying of malnutrition and hunger?
Now after the degrading professionalism of the Tory aristocratic millionaires demonising the poor for ‘daring’ to have a tv, for ‘daring’ to have lights on in the evening, only now is it socially unacceptable to have such items.
However because of the financial sanctions, to support such basic avenues the poorest families, now find they don’t have the money to support even that.
This could just be buying basic furniture items, replacing carpets which is never cheap, and paying so much each month.
The cost of living was rising anyway, so before the merciless Tory economic scorn began, poor families found they were making even more financial commitments to keep up.
Remember Britain isn’t used to having Third World poverty in its communities and it wasn’t expected to ever be the case.
(Now they expect the poor to eat raw carrot for dinner and live without heating, and where a badge on their chest.)
Families struggling to pay corporations their fees each month have had their government turn on them and without warning have major cuts in welfare authorised and automated by the Tory government.
Astonishingly, cheap foods have a high level of ‘junk’ in them, so Lord Tebbit, junk food is eaten also from Sainsbury’s because it is all cheap food.
The cheap food the poor are struggling to pay for.
McDonald’s in my opinion is just GMO franken foods, designed to look like burgers and taste like burgers but are not food items at all thanks to Monsanto and the toxic chemicals poured in them.
Besides, the people who go to food banks may occasionally visit take away restaurants but that doesn’t mean they are in their day in and day out as is suggested.
Then there is the added fact that Franken foods have high levels of addictive additives, that make coming off of foods such as McDonald’s as difficult as stopping any powerful drug on the high street.
This type of Franken foods are highly addictive and there is no mention of this anywhere.
This no good out of touch Lord has lived off wealth all his life, knows nothing of want and it is shocking he is allowed to even vomit such words to make it into the public domain.
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‘The former Conservative cabinet minister Lord Tebbit has suggested that people who visit food banks are at the same time spending their money on junk food.
Speaking in the House of Lords, Tebbit said there was a “near infinite demand” for valuable goods given away free and asked ministers to “initiate research into junk food sales in areas where people are [relying] for basic food on the food banks”.
He made the comments moments after a Tory environment minister, Lord de Mauley, drew gasps from the chamber by saying food banks are not a scandal but a sign of Britain’s charity and ministers should not seek to “interfere” in their use.’