When David Cameron’s son Ivan passed away at the age of six in 2009, after suffering from cerebral palsy and epilepsy, David Cameron announced his appreciation for the way the NHS staff cared for his son.
Nevertheless, he is then to be caught attempting to sell off the NHS to private sectors, and he is taking necessitated food from poor families by cutting their money, or sanctioning them so that they have to go to food banks.
Not only that, but he is also cutting emergency services, whilst MPs get a 10k pay rise, and David Cameron uses narratives about his deceased son to legitimatize selling off our NHS to his acquaintances.
However, for all those other people adjudicated fit to work by ATOS, well, they later died.
Many have said that these tweets that are going on Twitter are gruesome, but they are merely grim because they are allegedly truthful, and people are about as shocked by Jack Monroe’s remarks as they are about anything else.
Almost all people do work hard, however, that can fall apart in the blink of an eye, and can end up groping around in a festering pit of economic crisis, joblessness, benefit holdups, suspensions, and hunger.
His desire to make us suffer is what he hankers for because he demands that we are all in this together. We are not all in this together because we did not induce the deficit, the government did, while they sit having their lush dinners, and second houses, and nannies. I can’t see any of them suffering.
They’re not proposing going without so that they can serve to diminish the deficit, but their undertaking is to make others outside of their circle suffer. It’s all about fastening our belts to fund those in government. Whilst they gorge their faces with caviar and champagne, and their stomachs become more fertile.
They must genuinely believe that we are very unintelligent, and we’re expected to have confidence in these reprobates while they bring us into impoverishment. They can hold us accountable as much as they like, but at the end of the day the liability is with our government, and not the general public.
It is frankly detrimental, and the idea that human beings such as the government could actually amuse themselves as they parade innocent people about like cattle, just shows how equipped they are at doing it, whilst people are reduced to poverty. They discredit people, and humiliate them, and think that’s okay to do so. But it’s not.
When David Cameron’s son Ivan passed away, I am certain it was a huge loss to their family unit, and I’m sure that whatever was in his head at the time regarding disability benefits was of extreme importance to him, but in some way, his visions have become obscured.
His comprehensibility of being disabled are not the same as they once were, and we can so well blank out how it affects people that are disabled, plus people who are disabled should not be categorized, they are all distinguishable human beings just trying to get on with their lives, and David Cameron should remember this…
Regrettably, disabled people don’t live a charmed life like David Cameron, and even though I sympathize that David Cameron’s son’s death was ill-timed, and it must have been an immense strain and heartache to his family, he also shouldn’t forget that the same applies to others who are disabled, and their families, however, he has no intention of giving those families a charmed life.