Tory Minister Was Member Of Private Facebook Group Who Called For The Return Of Workhouses


It seems to have emerged that Dominic Raab who belonged to a closed group called ‘The Ultras’ had called for the return of workhouses for the poor and for council housing to be sold off and the NHS to be privatised.

The 14-member group declares it intends to pressure the mainstream of the Conservative Party that such policies such as, the privatisation of healthcare, the sale of all council housing at market value and Workhouses for debtors are right and have found their time to penetrate Britain.


Dominic Raab drew extreme criticism when he maintained that most food bank users were not languishing in poverty and in 2012, he was one of a group of five Tory MPs who branded Britons the worst idlers in the world and he said that too many people in Britain, preferred a lie-in to hard work.

Dominic Raab also said that once Brits enter the workplace, that they were amongst the worst idlers in the world. Also saying that we work the lowest hours, we retire early and that our productivity is poor.


And Dominic Raab, along with fellow MPs Kwasi Kwarteng, Priti Patel, Chris Skidmore and Elizabeth Truss wanted at the time Prime Minister David Cameron to adopt a more right-wing list of tax cuts and weaker labour laws.

He’s also massively fought against building on green belt land to combat the housing crisis and he said that in his view, as we endeavour to build more affordable housing, every attempt must be made to avoid building on green belt land and that he hoped that was a shared objective across national and local government.

He further said that he wasn’t aware of the group, let alone that he had unwittingly and wrongly been linked on Facebook and that he’s fixed it.

Two previous Tory MPs are also recorded as members of the group but according to Facebook, it’s possible to be added to a group by a friend who’s a member but an email notification is triggered, telling the user that they’ve been added.

Dominic Raab has now left the group, as has one other member, leaving 12 people still registered. All the current members had been added 7 years ago when the group was created.

This is all pretty sickening and it positively defines their agenda for the past 8 years and at least now we know what they stand for and we can see that he and his playmates were out to ruin everything good about this country.

And at this celebratory time of the year, we should be making preparations for the poor and destitute but Mr Scrooge has no intention of doing that. He would rather put them in prison or workhouses because the Tories are out of control, leading us back to the dark old days of the workhouses where the Tories want to return us to the days of Oliver Twist.

And now people will not retire, they’ll just expire. And what about all the people that are disabled or chronically ill, will the government shoot them?

And the Tories are all dishonest with their efforts to look and appear reasonable but what they do is secretly hold to the Nazi doctrine ‘Arbeit Macht Frei”. And we’re like a concentration camp society where work for welfare seems entirely reasonable until the day when you can’t work.

Because all of us are one car crash, one accident, one heart attack, one divorce, one redundancy, one illness away from needing the state to help and none of us should count our chickens because ultimately everyone’s turn will come.

But apparently, now most food bank users are not languishing in poverty and we should blame it on their cash flow problems for the tremendous increase in people requiring food parcels. The main offenders are the self-centred, cruel, hateful and heartless Tories and for the voters who support this sinful like creature to exercise his power.

And almost every day, there’s a new revelation about the evilness of the Tories and how do they get away with it? Because they’re hellbent on turning Britain into a Dickensian society where the poor are looked at with hatred and are invisible to the Tory ruling classes.

To be a member of any Facebook group you have to either request it or accept an invitation from the group or start the group. You can’t, not knowingly be a member of it. So, which one is it Dominic Raab?

And worse than having those views is not having the testicular fortitude to admit them because he wants to protect his behind but then that’s symbolic of a Tory parasite.

And the Tory mentality is they believe they’re entitled to everything and the stuff they think up simply reveals what wicked people we have running the country and they don’t run the country, they just run London for themselves and their tax dodger associates and their selfishness is everything that’s wrong with society.

And look at the way all these right-wing Tory maniacs belong to dodgy groups, attend dodgy meetings and conferences and then they deny all knowledge of it even when they’ve been confronted by the fact they’ve been proven to be a member or been to them.

But then this is the Tories we’re talking about, the ones that believe in privatising the NHS, selling all council houses and bringing back workhouses, but this isn’t news, it’s always been the Tories policy.

Published by Angela Lloyd

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3 thoughts on “Tory Minister Was Member Of Private Facebook Group Who Called For The Return Of Workhouses

  1. The workhouse system never worked the first time round. It was so prohibitively expensive that most poor relief (85%) was outdoor relief. So, Mr Raab, if you’re thinking of saving cash, then you’d better think again. ‘Twon’t work, my old Tory mucker!

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  2. The disabled are dying at the rate of 87 a day. This will rise because so many can no longer either to afford to heat and eat, their diets are too poor to sustain them, and isolating discrimination and neglect finishes the job. No one thinks they will actually seek a solution to the “care crisis” because the system (or absence of care) is exactly what they want. Nothing for the poor. Stripping assets from those who have them, and then neglecting them when he money has run out, the money transferred safely to privateers who provide minimal suboptimal “care”.

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