posted on Oct, 21 2014 @ 05:44 PM
a reply to: gortex
I could write a five thousand words essay on the disgusting treatment of the sick, the disenfranchised and the disadvantaged perpetrated by the
coalition government; however, it almost feels as though it simply isn't worth the trouble on this site. Not in any way complaining about ATS, but
in truth we need to be signing petitions and writing to our MPs and other local representatives, in addition promoting the causea of charitable
organisations well-placed to pressure the sick bastards who are pulling the strings.
This is the guy who is charged with executing policy reform aimed exclusively at supporting the afore-mentioned underprivileged groups. He is quite
clearly not fit for purpose; what is equally sickening is that the Prime minister has refused to sack him, and the Deputy Prime minister has
springboarded off the scandal into the quagmire of 'difficult questions regarding the worth and capabilities of disabled people in the UK.
These #ers are guilty of mass abuse of the most vulnerable people in our society, consistently, in a great number of different ways, since they came
to power in 2010. The latest 'gaff' simply underscores in no uncertain terms the attitude of the ruling right-wing class towards those who are
economically minimally active through no fault of their own.
David Cameron makes a mockery of the name of Christ, a hypocrite of the highest order when he claims that his faith is important to him. Clearly not
important enough that he would pay any heed whatsoever to the commandments to care for the widows and orphans - and their modern day equivalents. The
term used in the gospels is a catch-all intended to convey the point, that those with the means are morally obligated to protect the weak and
vulnerable. With one hypocritical step at a time, the journey of a thousand miles of cruelty and unabashed service to the wealthy, is almost
complete. Pray God deliver us from these evil clowns.