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Tories indicate Benefit Claimants to be their REAL Enemies in WAR

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Read what
Jayne Linney has to say and ask yourself who the real enemies are.

The worker who relies on benefits to live because their wages are so low; the ill or infirm who cannot work- or the offshore account tax dodgers; the commodities and futures investors who hold goods until the price rockets.

Or maybe the politicians who steal taxpayers money through fake expenses claims.


Here we go – the lead up to the last Tory Conference in this round of Government and the ‘big guns’ are blazing across the Tory press, making their pre-election ‘promises’/threats. Cameron in the Times states,  he will cut a further 3,000 from the benefit cap reducing this to £23,000 & stopping all out of work benefits for anyone under 21, Grayling in the Telegraph is vowing to strip away the remainder of our Rights, with the shredding of the Human Rights Act; and then we come to IDS, who according to his latest delusions he is responsible for breaking up TV programmes!

IDS, relegated to the tabloids says his” DRASTIC curbs on welfare benefits are starting to break up Britain’s “Shameless” housing estates”; he justifies this by stating ” the proportion of people in social housing who do not work had fallen from just under 50 per cent in 2010 to 41 per…

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Written by Smiling Carcass

28/09/2014 at 11:11 PM

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  1. Thanks – In Unity as always xx


    29/09/2014 at 5:40 AM

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