The new Tory government has imposed Nazi-style persecution of disabled people – on its very first day

Arbet macht frei: Boris Johnson’s policy for people with physical and mental disabilities is stolen from the Nazis.

This is how it’s going to be.

The Conservative government has started as it means to go on – by smashing the right of sick and disabled people to have sick notes signed by their doctors.

Claimants of sickness and disability benefits are now no longer permitted to decide for themselves whether the outcome of Work Capability Assessments should be shared with their doctor.

The DWP can now send letters to doctors, telling them not to sign patients’ sick notes if they have been found “fit for work”.

The new regulation overturns an option not to report the outcome of WCAs to GPs that was only included on the ESA50 claim form on December 5, after the Information Commissioner warned that omitting the option contravened data protection rules.

This is an example of the de-humanisation process that minorities undergo when they are to be persecuted by a malicious and despotic national government.

The Nazis took away the rights of Jews, for example.

Note that people are routinely found fit for work when their physical and/or mental health shows that they are not. This is therefore a move to override medical evidence, with only one logical purpose:

In order to inflict further and deeper harm on people who are already injured or ill.

People who voted Conservative are reminded that this is what they wanted.

It is a policy that follows the words of tinpot despot Boris Johnson earlier this year; he said working harder would help people with mental health disorders.

Fine words from a man who has never done a hard day’s work in his life!

This Writer will refrain from commenting on the crackpot Con-man’s mental condition.

Source: Tories use first day back to attack the disabled | Morning Star

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11 thoughts on “The new Tory government has imposed Nazi-style persecution of disabled people – on its very first day

  1. Jenny Hambidge

    Doctors are being deskilled by government order. Unskilled DWP workers will decide whether one is ill or not. And DWP will tell doctors their patient is fit and well.

  2. Foggy

    This move is telling you that they will be kicking more people off ESA in the months to come. GET YOUR MEDICAL ASSESSMENT RECORDED !!!!!

  3. Sean Morton

    That is a vile story. How can you compare the Tories fare system of trying to get people into work instead of sponging off tax money.

    1. Martin Odoni

      Sean, I am really struggling to think of a more appropriate comparison. Please enlighten us all, what’s ‘fare’ (your atrocious spelling, not mine) about the Tory system? And if the comparison with Nazi ‘Survival-of-the-strongest’ rationale is unsuitable, which one you would use?

      1. kateuk

        Obviously, Sean believes that nobody is ever sick or disabled, and they are all “spongers”. So the right wing propaganda is working.

    2. Foggy

      And so it begins again, that Neanderthal brainwashed thinking of the Daily Heil readers to demonise the sick and disabled.

      Sean, as you’re such an expert on this ‘sponging off tax money’ malarkey please sign point me to the fact based evidenced reports completed by reputable authorised agencies that back up your belief that the sick and disabled sponge off tax money that they have not contributed to via Income Tax, V.A.T or National Insurance……………………………….

  4. Bridget Alice Brown

    i contacted my local job centre about this and they said… We’ve had nothing of the sort, to be honest that web page looks like a scaremongering site. Especially with some of the things they describe in the page.
    so thank you so much for posting this it really helped my OCD, PTSD, anxiety and depression!

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Mm. And how much input do you think your job centre has on national Conservative government policy?

      That’s right – none.

      Bear in mind that the DWP has lied, and lied about the condition of sickness and disability claimants and the reasons they have died.

      But you still believe them over those who give you the facts.


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