Street Democracy writes:
Like a parasitical psychopathic virus, the bedroom tax is plaguing the lower classes with serious housing issues.
Rather than our Tory government giving a damn, they clearly are creating an even bigger housing crisis that outstrips any other.
The bedroom tax is pushing families into financial destitution and this aggressive housing policy is not helping replace and balance housing needs with the size of families as only 6% have been able to down size.
Out of touch Tory puppets who regurgitate death dealing politics their payroll masters tell them. The bedroom tax creates more social problems than it solves.
For daring to hoard a room of 6ft by 5ft people are being pushed into permanent rent arrears and debt.
The wealthy of course have bought up all the property raising prices as they do.
The wealthy can hoard all the land and own hundreds of thousands of acres of land causing massive land scarcity again making land even more expensive.
The bedroom tax therefore is out pricing locals, and is a sophisticated system of social cleansing by pushing the poor out of cities and making cities too expensive for locals under a certain social wage.
Statistics can be biased to suit any issue, but these figures mark a statement we the poor know. The Tories have fabricated sterile data about welfare claimants and demonised the poor for being in need. The bedroom tax has divided communities also.
Low income families are being forced in to harsher elements of poverty and renting is the paying of someone else’s mortgage, at mortgage cost to me is a scam as most of this is topped by Housing Benefit.
The bedroom tax is an aggressive housing policy that is ripping the social fabric of social housing tenants apart.
Demonisation is also being spewed regularly in a spiteful Tory blame game now causing social divisions within communities as the poor are being blamed for creating the housing crisis and daring to live with a spare bedroom paid for by the government by the tax payer.
Our Coalition Tory-Lib Dem government has designed a punishing state for the poor. One giant detention centre full of strict codes, immoral policies and harsh conditions.
Now it is seemingly outrageous for the poor to be able to afford to switch on the light, to have food in their fridge if they are unemployed or disabled and unable to contribute to a working week.
The bedroom tax is unfit for purpose and hurting the poor is the sole aim of its existence.
With the morally bankrupt Iain Duncan Corrupt Smith Tory MP, the Universal Credit and Housing Benefit (soon to be paid to the tenant and to be paid in arrears), means landlords are evicting tenants if they claim Housing Benefit.
Psychopaths, immoral creatures of cold. The Tory ‘spirit of the age’ is slamming down the Iron Fists of Blue upon all Social Housing Tenants.
This means landlords no longer have to offer clean, comfortable living accommodation for tenants now have limited choices and this is shown in this You Tube video.
Landlords will evict if you complain about mould, damp, infestations or bad drainage.
The war on the poor is taking a strangulating hold further and until people begin to wake up to realise what the Tories have done to us, and our fellow human’s.
The war on the poor will continue and expand to include all lower classes and increase this punishing state, a detention centre filled with a ‘Gulag’ mentality, a psychopathic Tory main frame.
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