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, warns Jayne Linney.
She goes into details which you can read on her own blog, but her conclusions are well worth quoting here:
“These messages all combine to indicate the speeches and associated media coverage over the next week will continue the lie about demonising the poorest and most vulnerable in society. To me this seems to be an enormous use of hype against 5.3 million working age benefit claimants, (excluding HB DWP Feb 2014), compared with the total number of people in this age bracket – 39.4 million. Further when we add the 4.9 million of Housing benefit claimants, this group also form a part of the ‘Hard Working People’ Cameron pledges to cut taxes for.
“Is it any wonder we as dependants upon Social Security are angry? Every day across social media, people are talking about the injustice of this small minority of the UK being wrongly blamed for the ills of the nation because we are ill, disabled, unemployed etc, we’ve dealt with persistent Lies, and have even been called “Extremists” in Parliament! For me, it raises the question of exactly WHO DO the Tories consider to be the greatest enemy of the country?”
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