Will David Cameron explain the DWP deaths to the Conservative conference?

reinCan David Cameron tell the Conservative Party Conference why the deaths of these 10 people appear related to defective DWP decisions? (Mr A is Michael O’Sullivan, in whose case a coroner stated that his death was directly caused by the DWP’s ‘fit for work’ decision).

In a farcical speech to the Press Association in London, Duncan Smith said of his chronically failing sickness benefit reforms “I’m not in that prediction game. I just think the whole objective here is to save lives, to help them get better lives

It’s another bizarre statement from a man who is demolishing the lives of thousands of sick people subjected to his worse than useless reforms.  In reality, Duncan Smith has for the last years lived in a world of wildly inaccurate predictions, there being no better example than the reckless statements he has made over getting sick people back in to work.  To me, the best example of his near state of insanity was when, to the rapturous applause of a factually illiterate BBC Question Time audience, he boasted of getting 2.5 million (sick) people off benefits and in to work.  For a man who claims to have at his heart the paramount need to save lives, the contempt he showed for the deaths of two ‘fit for work’ victims spoke volumes of the utter contempt he has for anyone claiming benefits, particularly those on sickness benefits.

The atrocious death statistics should have hit the front page of every single national newspaper, they should have remained there day in and day out until the Government ordered a proper enquiry in to why these deaths are happening, furthermore there should have been an all party consensus on ensuring that Duncan Smith’s resignation was forced to a debate.  His contemptible attitude towards the very people he should be protecting renders him unfit to reign a single day longer as the Secretary of State for Work & Pensions.  Every single person in Britain should be questioning why this king of incompetence is still in office.

Disgracefully, Duncan Smith’s department presented a clueless media with an absolutely useless set of statistics, what makes it all the more sickening is that Duncan Smith will sit somewhere smirking over how he has once again got away with it.

Source: Serious flaws in government’s statistics? | ilegal

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13 thoughts on “Will David Cameron explain the DWP deaths to the Conservative conference?

  1. AndyH

    It’s f*****g ridiculous that he says ‘people on ESA tend to be ill and people in employment are well – therefore work is good for you’. Corbyn’s opposition is good, we need to everything we can to stop this assault on the disabled.

  2. Paul C. Dickie

    Do not post this – just amend your blog!


    “unfit to rein” should be “unfit to reign”

    Now write it out twenty times in your copy-book, using your best handwriting, and see me again when you have finished. 😉

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      That was a mistake by Nick Dilworth, not me. As you know, I never make spalling mistokes! (Well…)
      I’ve corrected it on this page.

  3. Mark

    David (I did not have sexual relations with that pig) CaMoron calls Assad the butcher. So what does that make Ian Despicable Schmidt, the cowardly assassin. The lowlife Tories are the modern day equivalent of the German Nazi party of the 30s. I remember what my grandfather used to say, there’s only one good Tory and that’s a dead one. Sounds harsh but what do you think the people thought when they heard the truth of the atrocities of the Nazis. Arbeit macht frei peasents.

  4. Neil Shaplin

    Am I right in thinking that, as a former leader of the Conservatives, IDS is immune from sacking? I’m sure I read that somewhere. If that is the case, what can be done to get rid of him, seeing as the people of Chingford won’t?

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Wasn’t he a whip once – meaning he might know where the (alleged) pig photos are kept?

    2. Paul C. Dickie

      Short of someone shooting him, there seems to be no way to remove that callous moron from the DWP/

      But I expect the same, evil regime would continue without him, in much the same way that the Holocaust continued after Reinhard Heydrich had been assassinated/

  5. NMac

    Of all the obnoxious people in the Nasty Party, and there are an awful lot to choose from, Duncan-Smith is the most obnoxious, dishonest and thoroughly corrupt.

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