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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.’
‘MPs who were only elected last week are set to receive a backdated an 10 per cent pay rise worth £7,000 within months.
Parliament’s expenses watchdog is planning to a statutory review of MP’s pay in the next few weeks, which will report in the Autumn.
The review is likely to rubber stamp a finding from 2013 that MPs’ pay should increase from £67,060 to £74,000 a year.
The Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority said the pay rise would be backdated to last Friday May 8 – the day after the general election.’
Street Democracy writes:
Have we the people of Britain, lost control of influencing their government here in the UK?
Does the financial manoeuvres working within our government, our political ‘centralised’ infrastructure, making government a mere fanciable legalised banking system for the wealthy to further their financial interests?
Our government houses political parties with commercial interests, engaged in a plethora of corporate structures and a financial framework enmeshed with corporate oligarchs influencing agendas for them and not for us.
The MP’s seemingly favour the concentrated wealth and all profits are institutionally organised as our democracy is warped to serve corporate elites.
Is it a ‘democracy’ for those above and police state society and controlled ‘totalitarianism’ for us below?
We see a ‘criminalisation’ of the public deemed ‘domestic terrorists’ unless you overtly prove you’re not.
The ‘criminalisation’ of the protester, the unemployed, homeless people and all those unable to contribute towards a working week and paying taxes.
The corrupt capitalist system that has crudely penetrated our political arenas is being seen by the awakening public and this stems fear into the oligarchs.
Their answer is simple.
The uniformed unsuspecting public have swallowed terrorism and the corporate media overwhelmingly repeats how terrorists have human rights.
They inform us the public, how they can’t protect society (with their manufactured planted made up terrorist plots) unless we remove their human rights.
What they fail to say is ‘we’ll all loose our human rights!’
So we have seen staged false flags, killing innocent lives, a tragic response they receive and rightly so.
Then they let the terrorist off because of human rights issues.They know the response they will get.
Our government officials are a lot of things, but stupid isn’t one of them.
This will get the public to denounce their rights and the public will be powerless to ever defend themselves again.
A perfect sophisticated propaganda machine to spew such tactics of divide and conquer, ‘you’re either a terrorist or your not’ works.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
‘A counter-terrorism bill including plans for extremism disruption orders designed to restrict those trying to radicalise young people is to be included in the Queen’s speech, David Cameron will tell the national security council on Wednesday.
The orders, the product of an extremism task force set up by the prime minister, were proposed during the last parliament in March, but were largely vetoed by the Liberal Democrats on the grounds of free speech. They were subsequently revived in the Conservative manifesto.
The measures would give the police powers to apply to the high court for an order to limit the “harmful activities” of an extremist individual. The definition of harmful is to include a risk of public disorder, a risk of harassment, alarm or distress or creating a “threat to the functioning of democracy”.’
Street Democracy writes:
We’re being ‘forcibly severed’ from main stream opinion, all political avenues and society to stand in splendid isolation.
We watch a ‘ferocious silencing’ of voice and reason to satisfy ruling elites whose fanatic commitment towards making vindictive policies of oppression to disempower us.
Protesters met with frownful scorn, by a militarised policing who seem, frantically enraged by the protesters presence to critique and peacefully demonstrate their civil rights.
Our political and corporate superiors however, fear this and is the reason why are police are militarised, in order to annihilate ordinary strength met within the streets of democracy.
We are convulsed by indescribable frustration as we listen to the Tory elites intellect of pure ‘sounds of insanity’ aswell as a sense of ravenous fear of the public. So they hide behind an ever impending police state.
Displayed as evil in print, policies to deliberately herd and suppress, forces protesters into uniting as innately decent people should against tyrants.
Yet, this is deemed criminal, by over zealous police dressed for civil war, people have to be brave now to protest.
We’re met by a commanding language of force by a fierce presentation, expedition and an evil confrontation, while our voices and point of being are taken over with self-protection of police brutality.
It is a forced intimacy of unapologetic methods to destroy critical thinking with fear. A warrantless invasion into the lives with a legal mass rampage to destroy people power in one hit.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
Now read Morning Star:
Mass arrests and violence reported as police respond to first demonstrations against the new government
POLICE violence and mass arrests marked the first weekend of the new Tory government as thousands of young people took to the streets to voice their anger over further austerity measures.
Despite having been called just days before Thursday’s elections, the Fuck the Tory Government protest saw over 2,000 people march on Downing Street.
But the peaceful protest turned sour when, after three hours of causing havoc with central London’s traffic, protesters and police clashed on Whitehall in scenes reminiscent of the 2010 student movement.
The Metropolitan Police confirmed that 15 people had been arrested, with several protesters reporting excessive use of violence by the police.
LSE student Daphne Wikken said: “I have never experienced such extreme force of police violence. “My legs are bruised everywhere and I cut my arm.
For more click here: Anti-Tory protesters are met with police violence
‘Don’t let the bastards get you down – choose action over despondency when coming to terms with the general election result.’
‘Hours after the Conservatives were re-elected, the government looked at cutting access to work schemes for the disabled. You’d think they’d at least have the decency to bring some flowers before shafting the vulnerable, but no. Not these guys. Not today. Today is not yesterday. Today, David Cameron does not just have the political will to slash welfare and widen the wealth gap: he has a mandate.
I have spent much of the past 48 hours lying in bed staring at the ceiling, reading despairing, four-letter posts on social media and trying to work out how on earth this happened, as if anyone with half a brain doesn’t know. The political elites closed ranks and capitulated to a politics of fear, first in Scotland, and then across the nation.
The muddled, equivocating voice of what was once the party of the left could not compete with the merciless message of austerity telling us we got what’s coming to us. We know what that is. More cuts to public services. More inequality. More lies. More of the old Cameron doctrine with no pratting about pretending we’re all in it together. The same great taste, now with zero liberals.’
When Funghi, the unemployed alcoholic featured in the recent Benefits Street television series, disclosed that he had been abused as a child, most of those condemning him on twitter did not even blink. Such is the state-whipped up contempt amongst some towards people on benefits, that not even the revelation of a tragic childhood was enough to stop the bullying mob.
Yet one of the reasons child abuse is such an abhorrent crime is that the scars often last a lifetime. Everybody knows this. Addiction, depression, low self-esteem, isolation, these are just some of the ways that a life can be blighted by mistreatment as a child. Often people like this find it hard to just get a job, and often not through want of trying. The sad truth is that employers are not rushing out to hire people addicted to drink or drugs, or those with a serious mental condition, or even people who might simply be judged to have a mild personality disorder. In an economy based on high unemployment, and no real political will to change that, some people will be left behind. There are over two million people currently looking for a job.
Captitalism chews people up and spits them out. Everybody knows this as well. Whether the stress of a shit job or no job, poverty, lack of adequate housing and fractured communities, the pressures faced by those at the bottom are immense. Yet the poor are now expected to be super-heroes. Lone parents are not only expected to juggle looking after young children with endless work-related activity imposed by Jobcentres, but also to feed them healthy food, home-cooked on the fucking Aga using only natural ingredients. It doesn’t matter that the pittance those parents have to survive on barely pays for value chicken nuggets and oven chips. They should make do and mend, live on ten pounds a week, darn socks by the fire and be grateful that their children are just malnourished, not starving.
Disabled people and those with health conditions are now having those conditions and disabilities magically disappeared by endless health assessments which are designed to stop their benefits. Such is the triumph of neo-liberalism, the rhetoric goes, that there is a job for anyone now if they just try hard enough. If you can tweet you can work as one Tory MP claimed. The stark fact that employers are guilty of grotesque discrimination towards disabled workers is swept under the carpet at best, or at worst disabled people themselves are blamed for this prejudice.
Many tyrants claim to be helping the people whose live are demolished by their acts of barbarism. Whether European invaders ‘civilising’ Africa by forcing the people into chains, or Tony Blair carpet-bombing Baghdad to save it, death and destruction have often been inflicted by messianic monsters who believe they are killing people for their own good.
The latest government workfare scheme is called Help To Work. It is nothing of the sort of course, when this type of workfare was tried in a pilot scheme it had no impact on whether people found a job. But that hasn’t stopped gushing press releases from the DWP lying about all the wonderful new support the scheme offers. In truth this so-called support is either forced labour or starvation and this Government couldn’t particularly give a fuck which.
Under the guise of this ‘help’, Iain Duncan Smith has re-designed the already scant support of the social security system to be a torture machine. Slip up, just for a second, and you will be dragged down, to poverty, homelessness and destitution. It doesn’t even matter if it’s not your fault. People newly diagnosed with cancer now spend as much time fighting the DWP so they can have enough money to eat, as they do fighting their illness. Victims of domestic abuse face being socially cleansed from the area they may have grown up in, instead of being provided safe, and secure housing. Kids who’ve been in care are sanctioned, cut off benefits completely, and left beg, rob, or sell their bodies to survive.
Today the Daily Mirror features that harrowing case of former soldier David Clapson on their front page. This man, a 59 year old diabetic, was left penniless and without even electricity to keep his insulin chilled in the fridge. A coroner found he had no food in his stomach. His crime was to miss a meeting at the Jobcentre. His punishment was death by benefit sanction. Sanctions which ‘help’ people and according to one senior DWP official are even welcomed by those they are inflicted on.
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Welfare reforms, food banks, malnutrition and the return of Victorian diseases are not coincidental, Mr Cameron By July 27, 2014
The coalition will leave more debt than all Labour governments since 1900. The current government is now responsible for £517 billion of the trillion-plus-pound UK public debt, compared to £472 billion accrued during the 33 years Labour led the country since the turn of the twentieth century.
And the figures look even worse when you adjust for inflation. When you do that, the Coalition’s share jumps to nearly half of the total debt.
But the Coalition don’t meet any public’s needs, they simply serve the wants of apowerful, wealthy elite. Labour invested in public services, the Tories have bled them dry. So, what have they done with the money? Because the public have seen only austerity cuts. And the most vulnerable bear the brunt of the cuts.
Oxfam’s director of campaigns and policy, Ben Phillips, said: “Britain is becoming a deeply divided nation, with a wealthy elite who are seeing their incomes spiral up, while millions of families are struggling to make ends meet.”
“It’s deeply worrying that these extreme levels of wealth inequality exist in Britain today, where just a handful of people have more money than millions struggling to survive on the breadline.”
Diseases associated with malnutrition, which were very common in the Victorian era in the UK, became rare with the advent of our welfare state and universal healthcare, but are they are now are making a reappearance.
NHS statistics indicate that the number of cases of gout and scarlet fever have almost doubled within five years, with a rise in other illnesses such as scurvy, cholera, whooping cough and general malnutrition. People are more susceptible to infectious illness if they are under-nourished.
In 2013/14, more than 86,000 hospital admissions involved patients who were diagnosed with gout – an increase of 78 per cent in five years, and of 16 per cent on the year before. Causes of gout include a lack of vitamin C in the diet of people who are susceptible, drinking alcohol (beer and spirits in particular) and a lack of a balanced diet generally.
The figures from the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC) show a 71 per cent increase in hospital admissions among patients suffering from malnutrition – from 3,900 admissions in 2009-10 to 6,690 admissions in 2013-14.
Cases of scarlet fever admitted to hospital doubled, from 403 to 845, while the number of hospital patients found to be suffering from scurvy also rose, with 72 cases in 2009/10 rising to 94 cases last year.
The figures also show a steep rise in cases diagnosed with cholera, a water-borne disease which was extremely prevalent in the 19th century, causing nearly 40,000 deaths.
While total numbers remain low, the 22 cases last year compare with just 4 in 2009/10, the statistics show.
Dr Theresa Lamagni, Public Health England’s head of streptococcal infection surveillance, said the total number of notifications of scarlet fever this year has already reached 12,580 cases – the highest since 1970.
Cases of measles in hospital rose, from 160 to 205 cases, with a small rise in admissions for whooping cough, from 285 to 289 cases over the five years examined.
The figures on malnutrition follow a series of scandals of care of the elderly, with doctors, remarkably, forced to prescribe patients with drinking water or put them on drips to make sure they do not become severely dehydrated.
Charities have warned that too many patients are being found to be malnourished after being admitted to hospitals from care homes, as well as from their own homes.
However, Labour have said the figures a national scandal.
Luciana Berger MP, Labour’s Shadow Public Health Minister, said: “This shouldn’t be happening in 21st century Britain and the Government’s response is hopelessly complacent.
“People are living under greater pressure and struggling with the cost of living”.
“Hundreds of thousands are forced to turn to food banks and sadly it’s unsurprising people are eating less, and eating less healthily too”.
“David Cameron needs to listen to what the experts are saying and tackle the cost of living crisis that is driving people into food poverty.”
Cases of malnutrition have been steadily increasing since the 2010 general election.
In 2009/10 there were 3,899 hospital admissions for this, in 2010/11 there were 4,660, in 2011/12 there were 5,396 then in 2012/13 this had risen again to 5,594.
People unable to feed themselves adequately needing hospital admission saw a significant rise to 6,686, where malnutrition was the primary or secondary diagnosis during 2013/14.This is a rise of 71 per cent from 3,899 in the year up to April 2010.
Chris Mould, chief executive of the Trussell Trust which runs a nationwide network of food banks, said: “This shows increases in diseases related to poverty and that’s alarming.
“Our food banks see tens of thousands of people who have been going hungry, missing meals and cutting back on the quality of the food they buy.
“We know quite a large proportion of the population are struggling to get nutritious food on the table. And at the extreme end of that you get people who are malnourished”.
“We don’t believe anyone should have to go hungry in the UK”.
“The scale of the increases we’re seeing must be further investigated to find out why this is happening”.
Scurvy is a disease associated with pirates stuck at sea for long periods – has increased by 31 per cent in England since 2010. This is caused by a lack of vitamin C and is usually due to an inadequate diet without enough fresh fruit and vegetables.
Figures from January this year from the NHS indicate that there were 833 hospital admissions for children suffering from Rickets – a condition which is caused by a lack of Vitamin D, from 2012-13. Ten years ago, the figure was just 190.
The disease, which causes softening of the bones and permanent deformities, was common in 19th century Britain but was almost eradicated by improvements in nutrition. The body produces vitamin D when it is exposed to the sun, but it’s clear that adequate diet plays an important role, too, since the decline of Rickets happened at a time when we saw an improvement in the diets of the nation as a whole.
It is thought that malnutrition is the main cause, children are most at risk if their diet doesn’t include sufficient levels of vitamin D.
Low incomes, unemployment and benefit delays have combined to trigger increased demand for food banks among the UK’s poorest families, according to a report commissioned by the government and released earlier this year,
The report directly contradicts the claim from a government minister that the rise in the use of food banks is linked to the fact that there are now more of them. It says people turn to charity food as a last resort following a crisis such as the loss of a job, or problems accessing social security benefits, or through benefit sanctions.
The review emerged as the government comes under pressure from church leadersand charities to address increasing prevalence of food poverty caused by welfare cuts. The End Hunger Fast campaign called for a national day of fasting on 4 April to highlight the issue.
The report was written by food policy experts from the University of Warwick, and it was passed to ministers in June 2013 but had remained undisclosed until February 2014, creating reasonable speculation that the government suppressed its findings.
Examining the effect of welfare changes on food bank use was not a specific part of its remit, and the report is understood to have undergone a number of revisions since early summer, ordered by the Department for Food and Agriculture and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP).
The researchers found that a combination of rising food prices, ever-shrinking incomes, low pay, increasing personal debt, and benefit payment problems meant an increasing number of families could not afford to buy sufficient food.
In a letter to the British Medical Journal, a group of doctors and senior academics from the Medical Research Council and two leading universities said that the effect of Government policies on vulnerable people’s ability to afford food needed to be “urgently” monitored.
The group of academics and professionals said that the surge in the number of people requiring emergency food aid, a decrease in the amount of calories consumed by British families, and a doubling of the number of malnutrition cases seen at English hospitals represent “all the signs of a public health emergency that could go unrecognised until it is too late to take preventative action”.
The health specialists also said:“Access to an adequate food supply is the most basic of human needs and rights”.
The authors of the letter, who include Dr David Taylor-Robinson and Professor Margaret Whitehead of Liverpool University’s Department of Public Health, say that they have serious concerns that malnutrition can have a long-lasting impact on health, particularly among children.
Tory ministers have repeatedly insisted that there is no “robust link” between the welfare reforms and rising food bank use, whilst welfare minister Lord Freud claimed the rise in food bank use was because there were more food banks and because the food was free.
It ought to be noted, not least by the government, that people may only access food banks when they are referred by a professional agency, such as social services, the DWP or a Doctor. In particular, vouchers for emergency food parcels tend to be given by benefits officials.
Together with the pressure created by rising prices and falling wages, there has been a marked increase in demand for emergency food aid since the welfare reforms came into effect. And this is affecting both people in and out of work.
More than half of people who have visited a food bank since April were referred because of social security problems.
The Government claimed the rapid increase in malnutrition cases “could be partly due to better diagnosis”.
I don’t imagine that it’s likely that Doctors have suddenly become better at diagnosis since 2010.
I do, however, think there is much scope for improvement in the capacity of Tory ministers for understanding correlation, basic cause and effect and simple connections.
However, Tory skills in mendacity, creating diversions and ad hominem are second to none.
Thanks to Robert Livingstone for his excellent illustrations of t
by Mike Sivier
Iain Duncan Smith took an metaphorical slap in the face from the High Court today when Mrs Justice Lang said his retroactive law to refuse docked payments to jobseekers was not legal. The Jobseekers (Back to Work Schemes) Act 2013 was rushed onto the statute books after the DWP discovered the rules under which it […]
by Mike Sivier
Originally posted on glynismillward189:
Reposted from the Mirror Terrible story: Graham with wife Yvonne A widow was horrified when a letter arrived for her late husband saying he had won his appeal against his sickness benefits being axed. Graham Shawcross, 63, had potentially fatal Addison’s disease, but was ruled fit to work last November and had his…
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Originally posted on Pat Mills:
? Brilliant image by Dave Kendall. Particularly powerful and valuable because there’s such a wide range of ways of suppressing the truth: Reputation management agencies. Super-injunctions. D notices. Damage limitation exercises by mainstream media. Complete suppression of the truth by MSM. Only reveal the truth when they’re dead. Decoys and…
‘Bolivia’s Congress has passed legislation to allow children as young age 10 to work as long as it does not interfere with their education and is done independently to help the child’s family make ends meet.
The legislation otherwise lowers the legal working age to 12 — again, as long the job does not interfere with the child’s education.’
by joehalewood. Picture displayed by Street Democracy.
Did you know – according to the ignoble Lord Freud – that:
- 200,000 1 bed properties become available in social housing each year
- There have been “a matter of more than 100 FTT (bedroom tax) appeals.”
That is what he told the House of Lords this afternoon and he is yet again being totally disingenuous
1) 200,000 one bed SRS properties each year?
The actual and universally accepted figure is 68,000 not 200,000 and so we see Lord Freud tripling the amount of the real figure as is his want. See my blog here from March 2012 with the 68,000 figure.
2) “…a matter of more than 100 FTT appeals?”
Having personal knowledge of over 80 bedroom tax appeals myself just from one small part of Merseyside alone and further knowledge, some first-hand and some second-hand of a further few hundred bedroom tax appeals in Merseyside and hundreds more across the UK we again see Lord Freud knowingly misleading the House of Lords yet again.
There may well be one hundred bedroom tax appeals this week alone in the Liverpool Tribunals now that the large number of appeals from neighbouring Sefton are finally reaching the Tribunal in Liverpool
Please don’t make the mistake by assuming my comments above are party political; they are in fact apolitical as any politician who deliberately and knowingly misleads Parliament should be censured and brought to book. If any employee did this act of gross misconduct – which deliberately and knowingly misleading is – they would be sacked. In any other workplace it is called barefaced lies yet we are not allowed to say that Parliamentarians lie are we? Yet in doing precisely this Lord Freud affronts democracy and the democratic process in overtly and knowingly misleading Parliament and the electorate.
Lords and MPs are public servants and should not be allowed to overtly and knowingly mislead.
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