Chorus of derision greets announcement that Iain Duncan Smith is to be knighted

Former Work and Pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith is to be knighted – presumably for his services to genocide and eugenics.

This is the Tory who made changes to the assessment procedures for sickness and disability benefits that assumed anybody claiming them was either lying or deluding themselves.

Result: Countless deaths (literally. The Conservatives have point-blank refused to count the number of deaths caused as a result of these policies).

Mr Duncan Smith – IDS, as he is sometimes called (or RTU on This Site; he was in the army once, and RTU signifies a candidate to be an officer who fails to make the grade) – is the person most directly responsible for those deaths, in the opinion of This Writer (and many others who are aware of the facts).

The deaths – and the unwillingness to acknowledge the facts of their occurrence – suggest a desire to end the lives of everybody who has a disability, long-term illness or congenital health condition: genocide.

The fact that they would also lead to the removal from the gene pool of people with those conditions suggests eugenics.


And the fact that Boris Johnson is quite happy to make him a knight for his work in this respect tells us everything about his government and what it is:


But don’t take my word for it – consider the following reactions to the announcement:

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10 thoughts on “Chorus of derision greets announcement that Iain Duncan Smith is to be knighted

  1. timfrom

    I was going to compare this to Kissinger getting the Nobel peace prize but CremanteResiste beat me to it!

    Utterly unsurprising.

  2. Stu

    Even the great British Press and the Tory leaning BBC are having difficulty reporting this and are keeping it very low-key !
    Shape of things to come?

    1. trev

      You’re right there Stu, I just listened to Radio 4 news and whilst there was a report about New Years Honours list there was no mention of IDS, it’s like they daren’t mention it. I do think there is some official policy of quietly reporting certain things so as not to inflame any particular situation of significance, probably at the request or instigation of MI5/MI6. The beeb is used as an Establishment mouthpiece when it suits them but also as another tool of control.

  3. Jeffrey Davies

    And the bishop of can’t sais horah another imp who gets rewarded horah the bishop sais then sits back down into his seat in the house of lords a bishop who stood with the government who really with RTU IDs is part of the problem horah for the imps

  4. Random Bloke

    Knighted? What an utter disgrace

    Key part in the ongoing genocide of the disabled and most vulnerable in our society, not to mention he ought to get done for stolen valour the way he bangs on about his “service” which amounted to little more than a valet/bag carrier!

    The very depiction of a vile human being… and while I’m not exactly enthusiastic for the pomp and circumstance of our monarchy, I can appreciate there are a few people who genuinely contributed and deserved their titles (many more who refused the offer), this sort of thing utterly devalues it.

  5. J Wilson

    Open letter to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

    I have been a loyal supporter of your majesty all my life.
    I have served in your Army, and your Coastguard.
    However, if the vile piece of scum known as Iain Duncan Smith is knighted by yourself, or any other member of the Royal Family, I will no longer consider you worthy of my support.

    J. Wilson.

  6. John Smith-Warren

    IDS getting a knighthood – that’s like knighting Josef Mengele for service to racial tolerance during WW2!

  7. jezzabeauc

    What an absolute travesty. It is time the honours list was abolished. Not only did the architect of Death get an award but Alison Saunders former Director of Public Prosecutions, who divulged names of suspects of sexual abuse before their trials, is also on the list. She ruined the lives of innocent people.

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