From Invalidity Benefit to Universal Credit: Renaming Benefits Used As Propaganda To Manufacture The Destruction Of Social Security

This post may seem long to some, but every word written by Chris, tells how the Blair Government (who may as well have labled themselves Tory-Lite), and then the Tory Government itself, have slowly, but surely, taken away every bit of support for those who, through no fault of their own, are now dependent on State support – whether through Disability, Low Wages, Child care, or any other stage of life that becomes hard to cope with!
We need to take back the power these cruel billionaires have taken from us, the British public, and then turn things around, to how it used to be, to a time when there was compassion within the government departments, that gave help to those who needed it.
Right now, all of our lives are being made a total misery – and it’s a purely selfish motive, by those in power, who have brought this about!
Read every word in this post, because Chris has got it right!

Enemy In A State

Universal Credit (UC) is the name given by the government to its latest benefit cuts, assault on social security, the poor and the disabled: the most vulnerable groups in society, who, of course, have the least power.

The Tories have already pissed away billions on a completely pointless and chronically dysfunctional IT system for this “new” benefit.

The benefits UC will be replacing range from Child Tax Credit to other means-tested unemployment and disability benefits.

UC has already come under heavy fire with the Citizen’s Advice Bureau calling it a:

a disaster waiting to happen

As many claimants are forced to wait at least 6 weeks (with many waiting far, far longer) for their first payment—pushing families into debt, poverty, starvation and onto the street.

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The name changes given to the benefits system over the years by different governments are all part of a wider propaganda campaign employed by the…

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