Genocide in the UK: The DWP is again trying to get a court to say benefit claimants don’t have human rights

Remember those 10 stages of genocide, mentioned on This Site several times in the last few weeks?

The Department for Work and Pensions is appealing against a Supreme Court decision that disabled people can use the European Convention on Human Rights to exempt them from paying the Bedroom Tax.

That’s Stage Three of genocide: Discrimination. “The dominant group denies civil rights … to identified groups.”

If you look at the graph (above) you’ll notice that the DWP, the wider Tory government, and the press have all implemented most of the other stages. The actual deaths happen covertly – the Tories create the conditions in which people are likely to die and then leave them to pass away on their own, from starvation, suicide or their own sicknesses.

Here‘s The Canary:

“Back in November 2016, Jacqueline and Jayson Carmichael successfully beat the government in court over the so-called Bedroom Tax. They argued the tax was discriminatory under the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR), as Jacqueline cannot share a bedroom with her husband because of her impairments. And the court agreed, setting a precedent for other claimants.

“But now, the DWP is back again. And this time, as reported, it is trying to stop tribunal judges using the ECHR to rule in favour of benefit claimants.

“In the past 20 months, there have been five international reports accusing the government of breaching various legal agreements on the human rights of sick and disabled people.”

And the article agreed with This Site’s belief that the DWP is carrying out a Tory government-sponsored programme of genocide against people with long-term illnesses and disabilities:

“When a government and one of its departments just shrug their shoulders in the face of international condemnation over human rights violations, something is seriously wrong.

“But when it then has the outrageous audacity to go to court to try and block people using the same laws it’s violated, that’s something else. The DWP has moved past mere wickedness. It’s now completely out of control in its genocide of sick and disabled people.”

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1 thought on “Genocide in the UK: The DWP is again trying to get a court to say benefit claimants don’t have human rights

  1. It's Me

    it looks to me they have done everything, on there through passive genocide. It may be in passive form; but in the end it is the same result, they are neglecting their duty to the most vulnerable of society, that isn’t just sick and disabled people, but the old, the financially insecure, (those that either have no work or little work) , the children. Anyone who needs the most help does not get it.

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