We will have an end to Iain Duncan Smith’s hate and lies

I think that it’s been a cynical move, this highlighting of the refugee crisis, to obfuscate the news regard the deaths of people found fit for work.

When you think that more people die every year, than die of a terrorist act in the UK. If 1080 people died in such an attack, there would be a public outcry, yet the release of the figures just under 2 weeks ago, barely made a dent in the news.

It was horrific seeing those 2 little boys drowned, and my heart goes out to the father. But also think about the 1080 in this country who have died, and then some as that number did not include all those claiming JSA who either starved to death, or took their lives.

All those who caused such deaths should face prosecution for mass murder.

Fear and loathing in Great Britain

04_september_2015A letter a day to number 10. No 1,193

Friday 04 September 2015.

Dear Mr Cameron,

Iain Duncan Smith might be as smug as a cockroach after a nuclear blast about being regarded as ‘a hate figure in some circles’, as Julia Hartley-Brewer put it in an interview on LBC radio, but he is accountable to the people of this nation and, one way or another, he will be held to account.

He has lied throughout his time as head of the DWP (and before) frequently quoting unpublished yet grandiose figures that bear no relation to reality. His language and attitude towards people requiring the aid of our social security system is the language of demonisation and fraud, saying such things as it was, ‘no life to lead to accept the fact that you languish on benefits, trying to avoid ways of getting back to work’.

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