Our Human Rights Scrapped! The right to life! The right not to be tortured! The right not to be a slave!

Street Democracy writes:

The soulless suits of blue, ‘these Tory trespassing authors’, show a wilful arrogance and fierce demeanour when it comes to stripping us of our basic human rights.

Their sinister ‘sour principles’ prove they fear us and will disempower us under the guise of ‘terrorism’.

Their ‘hate speared policies’ are a crude penetration to pierce the heart of family life and rip people’s only power apart.CEtu_pMW0AA0qqU

The Tories are unshackled filled with malicious murmurs of a cursed Tory ambition and to denounce the public’s power further by police state society.

They fraudulently pose as innately decent gentlemen and women but seething under their skin’s of blue they wish to devour our intimate privacy, dignity and self honour.

They don’t just have a bitter malice towards the poor but the whole of British society that isn’t in their pockets or is one of the concentrated wealthy few who sits above them.

They wish to strip us of our human rights to honour our protection in the name of ‘terrorism’ a war never intended to end and anyone can be one, so that makes us all suspects, or domestic terrorist’s.

This shows nothing more than the Tories paranoia, a hidden foul of exorbitant desires disguised as saintly, but is a hideous horror of ‘mass murder of our freedoms’.

By Debbie Simmons-Street Democracy

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13 basic rights you’re going to lose under the new Conservative governmentMichael Gove and David CameronPick up the phone and dial the number of any teacher you know, or at least one who has taught in English schools over the past five years.

Ask them what they think about Michael Gove, and remember every single word they tell you – because the former Education Secretary is now in charge of our human rights.

It’s no great secret that the Tories want to scrap our current Human Rights Act. What’s more, in making Michael Gove Justice Secretary, Cameron has appointed a man who has absolutely no qualms with upsetting millions of people.

The Conservatives released an eight page document last year which detailed their hopes for changing our human rights in the UK.

It seems innocent enough, at least for the first couple of pages – our human rights are controlled by Europe, are open to interpretation by the Strasbourg Court, and the Tories want the UK to be in charge of its own human rights.

That may seem reasonable… but here’s what will effectively be scrapped by the Tories:

  • The right to life
  • The right not to be tortured
  • The right not to be a slave
  • The right to a fair trial
  • The right NOT to be punished if you haven’t broken the law
  • The right to private family life
  • The right to freedom of thought, conscience, and religion
  • The right to freedom of expression
  • The right to marry and start a family
  • The right to peaceful enjoyment of possessions
  • The right to education
  • The right to free elections
  • The right NOT to be given to death penalty

Tories’ repeal of Human Rights Act will spark constitutional crisis, erode civil liberties – experts

Tuesday 12th May 2015 at 10:49 By David Icke

‘Newly appointed Justice Secretary Michael Gove will push ahead with Conservative plans to repeal the Human Rights Act – a move experts warn could spark a constitutional crisis and blight Britain’s reputation on human rights worldwide.

Conservative Party sources, fresh from last week’s general election victory, told the Guardian the human rights reforms are imminent.

Civil liberty advocates warn the soon-to-be implemented measures would erode the right to life, the right to privacy, the right to a fair trial, the right to protest and the right to freedom from torture and discrimination.’

Read more: Tories’ repeal of Human Rights Act will spark constitutional crisis, erode civil liberties – experts

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Welfare reforms, food banks, malnutrition and the return of Victorian diseases are not coincidental, Mr Cameron

Welfare reforms, food banks, malnutrition and the return of Victorian diseases are not coincidental, Mr Cameron By 

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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.

In all but exceptional cases, Trussell Trust food banks will only issue a food parcel to someone with a voucher from an accredited agency. Claimants are limited to emergency aid on three occasions only. This indicates that need, rather than availability, is the key reason for the increased use of food banks since 2010.

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.

 

See also:

Poverty

 An email to authoritarian Tory MPs Charlie Elphicke, Priti Patel and Conor Burns

Quantitative Data on Poverty from the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.

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Century of Enslavement: The History of The Federal Reserve

Century of Enslavement: The History of The Federal Reserve

The truth about Employment Support Allowance by Mike Sivier

The truth about Employment Support Allowance by Mike Sivier

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? Congratulations to Dame Anne Begg who has finally spoken the truth about the Employment Support Allowance  “work related activity” group (WRAG). Speaking on BBC Radio 4′s Today programme, Dame Anne Begg, chair of the work and pensions select committee,  said last Friday that large groups of people appear to have been “parked” on the benefit in the “work-related activity” group, which covers all those found neither to be fully fit for work nor so disabled that they cannot be expected to look for employment.

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Disability activists across the country will be as delighted as Pat’s Petition and CarerWatch that politicians are finally admitting to the false premise on which Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) was based.

ESA is a failed experiment conducted live on sick and disabled people.

Sick and disabled people who are assigned to the WRAG are found not fully fit for work. Almost none of them are…

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Educating Dr Litchfield – a few facts about the Work Capability Assessment

by Mike Sivier

Ignorance is most definitely not bliss for Dr Paul Litchfield. The man was hand-picked by the Coalition government to review its hated Work Capability Assessment system of handling Employment and Support Allowance claims, amid rumours that previous incumbent Professor Malcolm Harrington had been unhappy with political decisions that ran against his findings. But he delivered a […]

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WORK AND SLAVERY ARE NOT THE SAME, UNTIL NOW.

WORK AND SLAVERY ARE NOT THE SAME, UNTIL NOW.

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Work and slavery are not the same, until now.

A letter a day to number 10. No 768.

Friday 13 June 2014. Work and slavery are not the same, until now.

Shares are encouraged and welcomed. If this letter speaks for you and you wish to send your own copy please feel free to copy and paste, and alter for your own needs, the text for your own letter.

Website updated, letters and replies plus bonus material featuring Mr Suggs, Eeyore and Ribbit.

Also on the website, download the support compilation three album set from Atona. Not to be missed.

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Dear Mr Cameron,

I have been reading and watching a Guardian report today on slavery in the Thai fishing industry. I note that you had a meeting with Thai billionaire, Dhanin Chearavanont, chairman and chief executive of Charoen Pokphand (CP) Group which was not recorded on your official list of meetings, to discuss trade and investment opportunities. The…

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Why the Conservatives Iain Duncan Smith should resign

Why the Conservatives Iain Duncan Smith should resign

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Localised staff at Job Centre’s are the tools used to give power to IDS machine of social repression towards the unemployed. Towards innately decent people, the sensitive poor are being crushed.

Street Democracy writes:

Iain Duncan Smith is mentally ingrained to punish the poor including the disabled poor, those unwell and unfit to work with his sadistic inclinations of financial butchery.

His unsophisticated demonisation and social butchery towards those on low incomes, part time workers, those unable to contribute to a working week, is off scale with his spiteful tongue and tones of disdain.

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Creating aggressive policies for a collective localised despair. The unemployed are thrown into unknown poverty.

Enshrining into law, localised mental torturous activities from Job Centre Plus and all affiliated organisations that have attached themselves with financially blackmailing the unemployed like Royal British Legion has, to name but one.

It is often impossible to curb their hatred towards us.

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Welfare benefits are force behind the poor rationing of food and enforced obedience as they blindly follow this evil in print. Iain Duncan Smith needs to be sacked and immediately and then held accountable for the social trauma he has caused.

 

Consultants smugly dictate what the unemployed have to do, or they will stop your benefits at any point, taking food away from those that need it most.

It is localised bullying and oppression.

It has turned Crawley, my home town in West Sussex into a giant detention centre, a ‘Gulag’ society of unjust treatment and deliberate infliction of pain.

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IDS architecture of castigating the lower classes with Draconian aggressive and hostile laws is empowered with gutter administration by local Job Centre Staff.

They amplify misery with each breath they take, taking free will away as they instruct you to visit them or dance to their plans for you.

Refusal and you won’t get your benefits, your essential life saving money they care not for you, as the stench of gutter policies and decay of our democracy rots behind them.

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This is the monopolisation of force towards the unemployed. Magnifying blackmail, amplifying hardship and misery. with death dealing policies.

The Tories, are orchestrating work at the lower end of the scale to be long hard labouring gruel.

The IDS of this government have made it socially, impossible for the poor to leave this and break away from this unfair economic system.

The evil’s crippling the poor with receiving only a minimum wage for payment of making their bodies weaker, their hands sore and their tired feet ache for standing all day behind tills.

Iain Duncan Smith is deliberately damaging and attacking the low-income earners as he destroys the poor’s human psyche with his parasitical infrastructure that steals wealth away from the poor into the hands of the rich.

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Hypocritical liar and two faced cheek to dare critique the poor when this man has no moral fibre in his cold reptilian body.

This man is biased, corrupt and psychopathic.

Iain Duncan Smith is uncompassionate by nature and serves only to empower the social elites of our nation.

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Why the Conservatives Iain Duncan Smith should resign

His welfare schemes keep imploding, severely ill people keep being declared fit for work and so many people are falling through cracks in the benefits system that food bank use surpassed a million this year. Yet Iain Duncan Smith soldiers on.

The media seem obsessed with discussing Ed Miliband’s appearance, but the man who has overseen the chaos and misery of the Department for Work and Pensions – DWP is still in his #job – a serious media would call for this ridiculous man to resign.

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PCS Conference: Jobcentre Staff Demand End Of ‘Despicable’ Benefits Sanctions From Iain Duncan Smith

PCS Conference: Jobcentre Staff Demand End Of ‘Despicable’ Benefits Sanctions From Iain Duncan Smith-The Morning Star

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The financial slaughter came unexpected after millions of poor had agreed financial agreements to pay for items to furnish homes-left now with debts piling and no money for food.

Street Democracy writes:

This is very late.

This toxic form of social policy has shunted the poor out of the political apparatus, silencing their voices, ignoring the pleas of desperate families so poor, they’re missing meals.

It was astounding to even consider how staff at the Job Centre actually found this punishing regime enjoyable at first by embracing this hostile format from 9-5 pm.

No remorse, inflicting spiteful hostility,by a form of wilful arrogance of Job Centre staff suffering from DWP endemic brainwashing of be brutal to these no good parasites.

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The language of force, following DWP’s aggressive benefit agenda has standardised and localised oppression and bullying of the poor.

‘Take that, you lazy scrounger!’ Eagerly watching with cold eyes at how they have just amplified misery, legitimising the crushing of those financially destitute, and localising oppression at the same time.

However, the political awakening is growing faster and people, even Job Centre staff are witnessing a poison of toxic hate being directed to the unemployed.

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The astute minds busily working this aggressive benefit agenda should have thrown this into the gutter, the moment it landed on their Job Centre door way.

And get rid of G4S!, while you’re at complaining to the suited psychopath Iain Duncan Smith.

Our power grid is deeply corrupt, dysfunctional and filled with ‘out of touch’ Eton gutter and this should be addressed also.

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Society conquered by psychopathic, no empathy elitism and corporate control have designed a punishing infrastructure, a real life detention centre for the disabled poor or those unable to contribute to a working week.

This powerless suit has destroyed the poor further and created social turmoil that is often unrepairable.

The Tories toxic pollution towards the poor has marginalised ‘us’ further into the social black hole, a form of exclusion from mainstream society while we are a washed with corporate crime and politicians milking hundreds of thousands from the expenses quota.

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The iron fist’s of blue slamming down upon the poor but the criminal elites, the corporate crimes are given tax breaks and tax payer’s money. Which is the real crime?

The financial destitution of innately decent folk have found themselves into serious financial trouble of money lending companies who have a perpetual debt and threat on their doorstep.

Society for the unemployed has turned into one giant detention centre, where prisoners or the unemployed are treated as criminals, treated as toxic for society, but heads are slowly beginning to turn to look into the eyes of the ‘far right’.

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Capitalism is corrupt, it was designed by the rich, for the rich and they have no intention of giving their wealth away.

A language of force, the hijacking of society by ruling elites standardising oppression, blaming with silly names of slander to the poor when in fact, their friends in high places are not paying millions in taxes.

Their corporate pals are also not paying millions in taxes, but let us not focus upon them.

Let us instead blame the unemployed for not wanting to work, long hours of hard gruelling labour that makes their limbs sore, for no pay or little pay in stead.

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People are missing meals. In Crawley I know of this. The new diet of the poor is malnutrition, lacking in multiple vitamins. Cheap chemical based foods are just as toxic and do nothing for diets of the poor.

Let us hope now, minds are awakening to the corporate take over our government, and the corrupt political apparatus controlled by elites has conquered our society and not for the better for us, but only for those few, mainly politicians and corporate bosses.

Enough of this rubbish and well done to the Job Centre for finally waking up!

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Job Centre we need a language of humility, empathy and independence from government. If you don’t like the sound of a policy, then don’t localise it, send it back to Westminster and tell these elites ‘not good enough, try again’. Never fear David Cameron and likes!

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Labour exchange employees say they are ‘depressed’ by making people destitute on the orders of Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith


FRONTLINE Jobcentre staff renewed their campaign yesterday to scrap Tory benefit sanctions they are forced to hand down to Britain’s worst off.

Civil servants protested at PCS conference about the impact of the government’s welfare policies they witness everyday at work.

Unemployment benefit of just £71 per week can be stopped for two weeks under sanctions introduced by Work and Pensions Secretary Iain Duncan Smith.

Jobcentre worker Martin Humphrey told delegates about the “depressing” task of telling people their benefits have been stopped.

He said: “We have to say to people that they have to live on nothing for two weeks.

“To make people destitute for two weeks is despicable.”

Jobcentre staff exposed once again how they are given sanction targets to hit — a claim Mr Duncan Smith continues to deny.

Britain’s pensioners are also given just £110 a week while disabled people face cruel tests by private comapanies, PCS vice president John McInally pointed out.

He said the result has been soaring demand at food banks, a rise in homelessness and hate attacks on disabled people.

And he said: “As a union, we have a duty to stand up for our members and our services.

“It’s disgraceful that our members’ job to help people is being turned on its head in order to attack the most poor and vulnerable.”

 

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PCS Conference: Jobcentre Staff Demand End Of ‘Despicable’ Benefits Sanctions From Iain Duncan Smith-The Morning Star

RBLI-Work Programme Consultant Treating Disabled as Personal Slave or Don’t Get Benefits Outrage!

http://www.rbli.co.uk/employment_solutions/contact/

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You are expected to join the Work Programme but are then treated as a slave to do as your told, by consultants or loose your benefits at any time or stage during these meetings is a sadistic method of blackmail by no empathy work consultants.

Street Democracy writes:

I can only apologise for this mornings writings. I am finding writing very difficult at the moment after my experience from the RBLI Work Programme.

Still shaking from the Consultant who rang me and completely ignored my work on this website as not worth looking into. I was then threatened with ‘you have to do as I say, when I say or I will stop your benefits’.

How do you respond to this?

You have to be as assertive as possible to try to convey your message but then you are accused of being rude.

So I am still shaking and do not know if I have been financially sanctioned.

So apologies if my writing isn’t the normal manner, I keep hearing these words and I am visibly still shaking while trying to focus on what I am doing.

It is localised bullying for sure and bullying with financial loss enshrined into law and silencing the poor that you cannot speak out. 

You cannot be critical, you cannot disagree or face serious economic sanctions.

This method is mocking the poor, trying to achieve a work programme while dealing with extreme physical ailments at the same time. 

We are not uncouth lazy barbaric animals to be hauled in by some fictional localised power grid filled with no empathy consultants to force some kind of re-socialisation upon us.

To force obedience and compliance despite it not being relevant or beneficial needs to be addressed but clearly isn’t allowed to be pointed out.

We the disabled poor are being totally silenced and I am shocked by Royal British Legions business strategies by members of staff. Or do they not know?

These consultants need to remind themselves that we the disabled poor, are innately decent people.

We are good citizens, maybe sensitive but in severe poverty while in chronic pain struggling daily to survive is an achievement.

For many getting out of bed is an achievement without heavy weight demoralising and punishing dialogues from strangers who really don’t care about you down your phone.

I am in shock still.

Work Programmes are compulsory, that I know but I didn’t think it would be made clear I am some body’s slave to jump when told or loose essential money.

When a Consultant rings you from RBLI Work Programme, and refuses to listen and then dictates you have to do what they say and when they say it in order for you to get your benefits, things change.

You have to join this Work Programme and therefore your free will isn’t applicable.

I know you don’t have any choice but to join if you wish to receive life saving essential money within your benefits.

However, to be treated as a slave is outrageous even for this modern day age. 

Do you have a complaint at how your treated on this RBLI Work Programme, then contact:

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To find out more about how we can support you or you: Call 0800 319 6841 or e-mail enquiries@rbli.co.uk

Iain Duncan Smith continues to hide reports showing failure of universal credit

Iain Duncan Smith continues to hide reports showing failure of universal credit By Politics.CO.UK

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Socially demonising the poor as worthless and then taking their jobs away expecting the to work for nothing!

Street Democracy writes:

A psychopathic main frame has been localised and given power by local benefit agents who never question their authority and blindly follow the tail of the one in front.

This most damaging political party yet, has obliterated all social decency surrounding the working poor, the disabled poor and those unemployed.

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This ‘Universal Credit’ is generating a hive mind concept that all poor are the same, lazy and scroungers and it is tarnishing those few who do cheat, and the host’s of Benefit Street to represent all unemployed.

It is wrong beyond belief and ‘Big Dee’ does not represent the majority of unemployed and those unable to contribute towards a full working week.

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Corrupt minds working their unsophisticated genius that steal the minds of the public by name calling is more than childish, but I am astounded folk are falling for such obvious propagandised dribble by the out of touch Tories.

They are trying to enshrine into law the most uncomfortable, sinister agenda for the poor that generates a dire life style of sub-human standards in some form of psychopathic mind set of blaming the poor for the failings of the economy.

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Ignoring the wealthy tax dodgers causing £25 billion from the Exchequer and the politicians milking the expenses system who lecture us on benefit fraud, it’s those on minimum wage and benefits.

Of course we know its the greed on top, the corrupt capitalist system is keeping wealth at the top and nothing is being trickled down apart from blame.

They cause the land scarcity and financial losses for all locals not in the rich club and now they are devising a Punishing System civil servants up and down the UK are all too willingly applying in practise. 

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Stripping sensitive and innately decent people of their social status to minus, socially exclude them as pointless and placing a system devised by psychopaths.

Out of touch ‘iron fist’s of blue’ are causing an open air prison and free range prisoners confined to a detention centre system of find work, and be grateful it pays anything at all or loose all your benefits.

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Comment: The ruling which reveals IDS’ campaign of secrecy over universal credit

Iain Duncan Smith continues to hide reports showing failure of universal credit By Politics.CO.UK

The Department of Work and Pensions (DWP) is continuing to block publication of reports set to reveal the failure of the Universal Credit scheme, despite a series of rulings insisting they should be released.

The department submitted a further appeal to the upper tier information tribunal, yesterday afternoon.

The scheme described as the biggest reform to welfare since Beveridge, was meant to begin last autumn, but has been beset by huge problems and delays since it was first conceived by Iain Duncan Smith.

A damning report by the National Audit Office last year found “the programme suffered from weak management, ineffective control and poor governance,” and “has not achieved value for money.”