Eradicating the poor, what’s the ball park figure they’re aiming for?


A letter a day to number 10. No 1,442

Monday 23 May 2016.

Dear Mr Cameron,

With GP’s voting overwhelmingly in favour of a ballot to strike to prevent the demise of their profession, I am curious as to whether you have a ball park figure for population reduction that your wholesale destruction of public services is geared towards?

Your attacks on public services are an attack on civilisation itself because you are crippling the infrastructure that sustains it.

Endangering and reducing the population of the UK is taking place on many levels, but the targeted cuts against poor, sick and disabled people suggest that getting rid of  vulnerable people is your top priority. Compared to cuts affecting most citizens cuts to the poor are 5 times higher, disabled 9 times higher and severely disabled 19 time higher.

When Lord Freud said, “people who are poorer should be prepared to take the biggest risks” as they have “the least to lose,” we could be forgiven for dismissing this as the ignorance of an over privileged bigot, little did we realise at the time that he literally meant this as a matter of policy.

As the unelected Minister of State for Welfare Reform at the Department for Work and Pensions, previously Parliamentary Under Secretary of State (Minister for Welfare Reform), Freud is a mover and shaker in the hounding and eradication of the poor. It was Freud who was reported saying, disabled people are ‘not worth a full wage’ and at a recent meeting to discuss the hideous child tax credits ‘rape clause’, his attitude was apparently so inhuman it led SNP MP Alison Thewliss to describe the meeting as “the most frustrating and soul destroying meetings I’ve ever had to endure in my nine years of elected public office”.

As the party that is hell bent on the destruction of our NHS and parcelling it out to brigands hungry for profitable rich pickings from the state, it must also be noted, as the Mirror reported, that half the companies that recently won the largest NHS privatisation deal in history have links to Tory MPs and health companies have donated millions to your party.

Profits before people is the Tory way, but what is happening is far beyond that, the realities on the ground look like nothing less than a eugenics pogrom, leaving me to wonder and reiterate, what is the ball park figure?

Freud should be sacked for saying disabled workers are “not worth the full wage”

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