New plans show Tory genocide against the sick and disabled is set to accelerate

The Department for Work and Pensions office in London.

As the latest phase of the Tories’ persecution against sick and disabled people takes effect, it seems our genocidal government is planning even worse to come.

Ministers have been accused of ignoring a public consultation and ploughing ahead with plans that will make their “fitness for work” testing regime even more stressful and unfair for sick and disabled people.

A presentation delivered by two senior Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) civil servants earlier this month suggests that ministers have decided – as many disabled activists feared after the publication of last year’s green paper – to introduce new benefit sanctions for sick and disabled people with the highest support needs.

The presentation at a DWP “Operational Stakeholder Engagement Forum” appears to confirm that the government had decided how it would reform the system of out-of-work disability benefits before its “consultation” process had finished on 17 February.

The government had claimed that it wanted to make the work capability assessment (WCA) less of an ordeal for claimants, with work and pensions secretary Damian Green telling last October’s Conservative party conference he wanted to support those disabled people who cannot work, and “sweep away unnecessary stress and bureaucracy which weighs them down”.

But slides from the presentation appear to show that his new regime will be even harsher, and that many employment and support allowance (ESA) claimants with the highest support needs and barriers to work will for the first time face having their benefits sanctioned if they do not co-operate with the regime.

Source: DWP presentation on ESA plans ‘confirms worst fears’ about green paper

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7 thoughts on “New plans show Tory genocide against the sick and disabled is set to accelerate

  1. damo

    Is there such a thing as a torie not being a freak of the worst kind there sociopaths and monsters ..most tories ive ever met have been …wronguns..miscreants…nerdowells…hatefull and anti social and all of this toutureing of the most vulnerable in society just proves it

    1. Leon teale

      She is worse than a vulture thatcher was a hard nut but this gang of thugs make her look like a angel

  2. damo

    The tories are fast turning this country into a pariah state and they dont care theve bamboozeled half the population and divided and conquered may wants to go to war over gibralta wtf ….i only hope theres some kind of miricle and people come to there scences and vote them out by 2020 or we realy will be on our own

  3. casalealex

    Democide can also include deaths arising from “intentionally or knowingly reckless and depraved disregard for life”; this brings into account many deaths arising through various neglects and abuses, such as forced mass starvation.

    The objectives a plan of democide include the disintegration of the political and social institutions of culture, language, national feelings, religion, and the economic existence of national groups; the destruction of the personal security, liberty, health, dignity; and even the lives of the individuals belonging to such groups.

    According to Rummel, these were not cases of genocide because those who were killed were not selected on the basis of their race, but were killed in large numbers as a result of government policies.

  4. joanna

    So much for people in the Support group being protected, what about those people who physically have no communication skills at all? What about Downs people who have very little functionality? This government is also showing how the UN is useless to us! They can make all the reports they like, but not one of them can be adhered to! What is the point?! Not one of the Tories care about embarrassment, they will swear that the sky is polka dot if it has monetary value for them!!!

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