David Cameron's Britain by Michael Moulding
"Riots. Racism. Food banks. Mass unemployment. Recession after recession. A lost generation. The bedroom tax. Cutting Disability Living Allowance. Attempting to sell off Britain's protected forests. Homelessness. Housing benefit cuts. ATOS. NHS privatization. Decimating the military. Social genocide. Bombing Libya. Funding terrorists in Syria. No opposition. No hope. No light at the end of the tunnel. Welcome to Cameron's Britain 2013."
"The country can afford to fund armaments to Syrian rebels but we cannot afford to remove "The Bedroom Tax." We can afford to cut Corporation Tax for big business but we cannot afford to cover Council Tax for the less well off. We can afford to give millionaires a tax cut but we cannot afford to uprate benefits with cost of living. We can afford Thatcher's funeral but tens of thousands face pauper's funerals. We can afford 3 million unemployed and support state-sponsored workfare as legalised slave labour but we cannot afford a jobs-guarantee for the unemployed. We can afford to increase MP's salaries by 20K PA for over 600 political leeches but we cannot afford to look after our disabled. We couldn't afford to bail out the banks but we did. Britain 2013 where we idealogically rob off the poor to give to the rich. Food Banks is not a sign of a compassionate society but a sign of a despicable government who are guilty of stigmatisation and discrimination against the poorest in society." by Michael Moulding
Fighting for disabled people. Francesca Martinez has called for a cumulative impact assessment for disabled people on welfare reform. Have a read of the governments pathetic response and sign the petition to get to 100,000 signatures. It can be done - http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/43154 (http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/43154)
Picture Cameron and Osborne laughing like hyena's on the day they imposed poverty on millions in the UK. Autumn Statement.
The Community Action Party is fighting to give "City Status" to Wigan. Please help us by signing our petition. Thank you - http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/50086 (http://epetitions.direct.gov.uk/petitions/50086)
How you can help
Please fill in the objection and ask Lancashire county council not to cut funding to crossroads home for young people. It's a vital service that needs our support to stay open.
Because it's the right thing to do..... The Governments own statistics show that only 0.5% of claimants are getting DLA that should not be, yet they want to cut it by 20%. They say that they want to stop misuse of the system but the figures above clear show that it has nothing to do with misuse and everything to do with cost cutting and forcing people with a disability to not be able to cope.…
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