The London borough that has turned homeless people into ‘criminals’

The London borough that has turned homeless people into ‘criminals’

Thursday 21st May 2015 at 09:06 By David Icke

‘Homeless people face being criminalised in a east London borough due to a ban on anti-social behaviour, a charity has warned.

Under the new Public Space Protection Order in force in Hackney, police and council officers can order people to stop activities deemed anti-social – including begging and sleeping rough.

Hackney Downs, London Fields, Broadway Market, Mare Street and Regents Canal are all covered by the order.

Those who are found to be breaking the rules could be handed a £100 fixed penalty notice, or fined as much as £1,000.’

Read more: The London borough that has turned homeless people into ‘criminals’

We’re ruled by a cosy elite who all go to the same dinner parties, says former No10 policy guru chief Steve Hilton

We’re ruled by a cosy elite who all go to the same dinner parties, says former No10 policy guru chief Steve Hilton

new Monday 18th May 2015 at 10:07 By David Icke

‘David Cameron’s former chief strategist has launched a stinging attack on the ‘insular ruling class’ threatening Britain’s democracy.

Steve Hilton said too many of those at the heart of government go to the same dinner parties and send their children to the same schools.

He said the UK’s political system is now in ‘crisis’ because the same type of people stay in charge whatever the outcome of the elections.

In what will be seen as a criticism of the ‘chumocracy’ of his former boss, Mr Hilton warned: ‘Our democracies are increasingly captured by a ruling class that seeks to perpetuate its privileges.
‘Regardless of who’s in office, the same people are in power.’

Read more: We’re ruled by a cosy elite who all go to the same dinner parties, says former No10 policy guru chief Steve Hilton

Why Choose Anarchy?

new Monday 18th May 2015 at 09:37 By David Icke

‘Anarchris explains why he chooses Anarchy (no rulers) over the force of Government. Hint: Because he doesn’t agree with mass murder.’

New MPs to be handed 10 per cent pay rise worth £7,000 within months

New MPs to be handed 10 per cent pay rise worth £7,000 within months

Street Democracy writes:

They financially massacre the poorest families.

Our ruling elists grotesque political pantheon devoid of moral fibre concoct ‘evil in print’ but evil at an intense level of sophistication so the sleepy public focused only on surviving miss it.

Our ruling elites have crucified the working poor with long arduous hours within a temporary labour market, filled with positions of back breaking gruel for minimum pay. 

We have witnessed the dishonouring of disabled people struggling to survive on a day to day basis become expelled and marginalised from mainstream society if they need to use the Welfare State for any reason like recieving benefits. 

The Tory ‘spirit of the age’ has been to expel those from main stream society if they suffer from poverty and don’t for what ever reason contribute to a working week and tax paying completely. 

The list is endless, especially obliterating our Welfare State by deliberate under funding, the starvation of money to weaken the system and kill our NHS, necessary for the poor.

In the meantime they will accept the rules they made in the first place of recieving yet another pay rise.

We had this the last time they entered government and now its clear it is systematic.

Our leasders display a vampiric imposition of central governance, draining public wealth away from us and ploughing it into the hands of the concentrated wealthy.

The Tory government are ‘trespassing authors’ of toxic principles and are the agents of provocatuers to spur the public into a legitimate rage within a police state society.

DARE WE PROTEST!

By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy.

new Wednesday 13th May 2015 at 09:51 By David Icke

‘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.’

Read more: New MPs to be handed 10 per cent pay rise worth £7,000 within months

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David Cameron to unveil new limits on extremists’ activities (freedom of speech)

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!’

Perfect!

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

David Cameron to unveil new limits on extremists’ activities (freedom of speech)

new Wednesday 13th May 2015 at 09:14 By David Icke

‘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”.’

Read more: David Cameron to unveil new limits on extremists’ activities (freedom of speech)

Thousands of parents to be hit by £60 school fines if their children are repeatedly late for class

Thousands of parents to be hit by £60 school fines if their children are repeatedly late for class

new Monday 11th May 2015 at 09:48 By David Icke

‘Schools are to fine parents £60 if pupils are repeatedly late for registration.

The penalty will double if it is not paid within 21 days, and parents who refuse to pay could be prosecuted and even jailed.

One council is deploying so-called late-gate patrols to ask tardy parents why their children are arriving late.

But parents’ groups criticised the move yesterday, and said the fines would ultimately punish the children, not their parents.’

Read more: Thousands of parents to be hit by £60 school fines if their children are repeatedly late for class

Concerned? We Should Be! Unshackled from Coalition partners, Tories get ready to push radical agenda

Unshackled from Coalition partners, Tories get ready to push radical agendanoam-chomsky-political-quote-how-the-world-worksStreet Democracy writes:

Our Tory ‘iron fists of blue’ have legalised mechanisms of closing avenues of democracy, obliterating the ordinary strength of the people, ripping the pathways of voice and criminalising the echo’s of dissent.
‘Soulless suits of blue’ with deliberate fierce hosting over the years was shocking enough. Now their chains are loose, corporate heads remain hidden, power given by seemingly legitimate ‘rig free’ voting system, the chill is in the air of ice blue and it’s settled nicely.
Devoid of moral fibre we shall experience ferocious economic cuts for the poor, disabled, the welfare state, nhs and all those within the lower end of society, while we watch the embracing and supporting of the oligarchs furthering legalised money trafficking from the wealth of the nation to the concentrated few and their pockets.

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The Tories ‘Austerity Package’ just meant financially starve the welfare state, then when it collapses hand it over to the oligarchs. Job well done! By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy

It is clear democracy, the ‘trickle down’ effect has failed, or it hasn’t started ever where the wealthy didn’t control it. Democracy is still a good idea for us to pursue, we just have a ‘different’ kind of democracy, one where the oligarchs control government and defend their own economic interests.
By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy
new Sunday 10th May 2015 at 09:54 By David Icke

‘David Cameron will use the Conservative Party’s first majority in the House of Commons for nearly 20 years to “deliver” on a radical agenda to cut welfare, shrink the size of the state and re-define Britain’s relationship with Europe.

Conservative insiders said Mr Cameron would move to the right to consolidate support among his backbench MPs after five years of compromise with the Liberal Democrats.

Among Mr Cameron’s first legislative priorities will be to enshrine an EU referendum into law, bring in the so-called ‘snoopers charter’ to give police greater powers to monitor internet communications and give English MPs a veto over legislation only affecting England. The Tories also intend to publish plans to scrap the Human Rights Act within their first 100 days. All proposals had been previously blocked by the Lib Dems.’

Read more: Unshackled from Coalition partners, Tories get ready to push radical agenda

Chris Hedges Interviews Noam Chomsky

Chris Hedges Interviews Noam Chomsky

 

Art attack on Coalition policies that drive people to their deaths

Art attack on Coalition policies that drive people to their deaths – @MidWalesMike

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A UK artist has created an art installation as a memorial to the suicide victims of welfare reform.

Melanie Cutler contacted Vox Political regarding her piece – ‘Stewardship’ – a few weeks ago, asking, “Do you think I’ll be arrested?”

The response was that it should be unlikely if she informed the media. The artworks have been displayed at the Northampton Degree Show and are currently at the Free Range Exhibition at the Old Truman Brewery building in Brick Lane, London, which ends tomorrow (June 30).

Entry is free and the installation will be located in F Block, B5.

“I have become an artist later on in life,” Melanie told Vox Political. “I was a carer for my son and, a few decades later, my father. I have worked most of my life too, raising three children.

“Only recently, while studying fine art at University I found my health deteriorating. I have a cocktail of conditions – Type 1 diabetes (diagnosed last year), Coeliac disease, asthma, rheumatoid or psoriatic arthritis (currently being investigated), osteoarthritis, psoriasis and a brain tumour (thankfully benign and inactive). I have also lived with depression for almost all my adult life.

“I wanted my work to articulate how I feel about certain issues. In March this year I pitched up in Thurrock, a marginal seat which will be hotly fought-over in the run-up to the next general election. I sat in front of a blank canvas and asked the people of the town to tell me how they felt about welfare reform, the press and the 2015 General Election. I took a team of people to film and photograph the event and to explain to people what the work was about.

'People of Thurrock' in the making. Artist Melanie Cutler sits, silenced, while residents of Thurrock write their opinions of 'welfare reform' on the canvas.

“Buoyed on by the reaction to ‘People of Thurrock’, I went on to something else I felt was an important issue; I put welfare reform under the microscope and conducted research around this issue. I was struck by the amount of people who, through no fault of their own, seek to end their own lives as they feel they have no other option. My own family has been touched by suicide and one of my own children is on ESA and awaiting an interview with ATOS.”

'Stewardship': Each plaque features the name of a 'welfare reform' victim and a description of how they died.

'Stewardship': This memorial is to Paul Reekie, the Scottish poet and writer who took his own life in 2010. Letters left on his table stated that his Housing Benefit and Incapacity Benefit had been stopped. The poet's death led to the creation of the Black Triangle Anti-Defamation Campaign in Defence of Disability Rights.

Clause 99, Catch 22 – State sadism and silencing the vulnerable

Clause 99, Catch 22 – State sadism and silencing the vulnerable kittysjones

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Here is the Hansard record of The Work Capability Assessments – Mandatory Reconsideration adjournment debate – it’s the 6th debate about Employment Support Allowance (ESA) tabled by Labour MP Sheila Gilmore, who has worked very hard to present her gathered and substantial evidence to an indifferent government about the terrible consequences of their sadistic sickness and disability “reforms”.

Section 102 and Schedule 11 of the Welfare Reform Act, (Clause 99) is the (State) Power to require revision before appeal. People who wish to challenge a benefit decision will no longer be allowed to lodge an appeal immediately. Instead, the government introduced mandatory revision or review stage, during which a different Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) decision maker will reconsider the original decision and the evidence and, if necessary, send for more information.

We have campaigned since 2012 to raise awareness of Clause 99. During the Consultation period, I wrote a response to the government’s proposals, which many people used as a template for their own responses. I remember that Black Triangle, amongst others, ran a campaign also, and I remember that we ALL RAISED THE SAME CONCERNS.

Food bank charity ‘was threatened with closure by Iain Duncan Smith’s aide’

Food bank charity ‘was threatened with closure by Iain Duncan Smith’s aide’

‘A senior aide to Iain Duncan Smith was accused last night of threatening to “shut down” Britain’s main provider of food banks, in a bitter row over allegations of the “politicisation of poverty”.

Chris Mould, chair of the Trussell Trust, told The Independent that he had been warned during a private conversation that the “Government might try to shut you down” over its public campaigning on the plight of people unable to feed themselves or their families.

While Mr Mould would not reveal the identity of the person concerned, The Independent understands from sources that it was the Conservative MP Andrew Selous, parliamentary private secretary to Mr Duncan Smith, the Work and Pensions Secretary.’

Read more: Food bank charity ‘was threatened with closure by Iain Duncan Smith’s aide’

Feckless parents may be stripped of their benefits … unless they take lessons in raising family

‘Benefits will be docked from feckless parents who refuse to take classes on how to improve their children’s discipline, diet and exercise under plans being discussed by senior Tories.

A secret party document photographed in Downing Street reveals MPs preparing the Conservative election manifesto are considering attaching new conditions to welfare.

Carried by MP Margot James, who sits on a policy advisory board which is drawing up proposals for Prime Minister David Cameron, it reads: ‘Apply conditions for parents on benefits (training or parenting classes)’.’

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Psychotic IDS Vomits Once Again Towards Poor! Iain Duncan Smith says Big Issue magazine is ‘helping UK benefit tourists’

Iain Duncan Smith says Big Issue magazine is ‘helping UK benefit tourists’

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Targeting the poor, dividing the poor, blaming immigration poor, from their messy immigration policies, for the poor trying to survive the parasitical corrupt capitalist society these elites have established.

Street Democracy writes:

We the poor witness a bleak political landscape filled with soulless suits that have an insatiable appetite for impoverishing the poor with iron fist’s of blue.

IDS, has let out further moral rot to be unleashed upon those willing to stand outside come rain, wind, cold or sunshine while their bodies ache sitting on cold floors or standing in the rain.

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IDS moral rot is now socially demonising those self employed handing out ‘Big Issue’ with his blue poisonous fork tongue. Does IDS ever rest we wonder?

The governments deliberate messing up of immigration and socially engineering the aggressive blame game and divide the poor further with immigration poor, is going as is planned.

IDS is a lot of things, psychopathic and a liar but stupid isn’t one of them. 

To drain society of wealth, leave financial scarcity for the working classes and poor, and crash open the immigration door so more poorer folk drive into Britain creates further social agitation and divisions.

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Selling a product by the poor doesn’t earn them a decent living wage regardless who they are. IDS wake up moron! Low wages doesn’t mean off benefits-this is your psychotic principles here!

Then callous suits in Westminster just like Iain Duncan Smith, can easily blame what ever the poor are forced to do to survive in such a cut throat Punishing State the Tories have created for those without much money.

Now even the gruelling enterprise of selling ‘The Big Issue’ is being labelled and targeted with no regards as to who is selling this alternative newspaper.

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Here I picked just a couple of comments worthy of reading from Independent online.

NEILM 2 hours ago

Another: 
DOMINIC NAYLOR 10 hours ago
He and his fellow cronies, filter very large sums of taxpayers money to private contractors via the DWP on programmes that don’t even touch their generous targets.”

For more on this out of touch, two faced dishonest corrupt political servant of evil, click here or continue reading: Independent online 

Iain Duncan Smith says Big Issue magazine is ‘helping UK benefit tourists’

 

Iain Duncan Smith has criticised the Big Issue magazine saying that it provides a way for immigrants from eastern Europe to claim benefits in Britain.

Mr Duncan Smith said the magazine was being used “more and more” as a foothold for Romanians and other Europeans to access tax credits.

The work and pensions secretary, who was answering a question from the floor at an event in Berlin, said that immigrants from Europe were “immediately” able to claim tax credits on arrival in Britain due to their self-employed status as magazine vendors.’

Read more: Iain Duncan Smith says Big Issue magazine is ‘helping UK benefit tourists’