Daily Archives: October 26, 2017

Mental warfare – a battle for our minds

This is all so true but, while the Tories and their super-rich buddies have the MSM at their fingertips, the terrible lies they keep spouting, will keep brainwashing people into believing their messages – whether it’s for their own good, or not 😦

Fear and Loathing in Great Britain

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I feel as if someone has been drilling holes in my mind and filling them with poison.

I am passionate about social justice and I am passionate about democracy, bottom up, that is, not top down.

The Tories are wiping out people based on an insane binary view of humanity as either strivers or scroungers.

I get it, I’m neither blind nor stupid, but what I don’t get is the passive regurgitation of this nonsense as if it were something other than genocide by pathological homicidal maniacs.

But what we first have to understand in this war of attrition being waged against us, is that it is first and foremost an attack on our minds. Pushing, nudging, bludgeoning with lies and meaningless sound bites and mind numbing psychobabble.

Making sure work always pays by punishing and reducing people to zero income is the work of monsters. Starved to death I…

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The Daily Politics

The fact that the BBC are using our money, while totally pandering to the tory party line, is something that really gets my goat!
If I refuse to pay for my license, because I object to the way my money is being used in such a direct anti-Labour way, I’d be fined, and then jailed for non-payment of the fine – and yet the BBC still gets away with this terrible bias, in spite of the wishes of us license payers!

Guy Debord's Cat

Many of us already know the BBC’s attitude to the reporting of political stories is less than objective. The Daily Politics, the corporation’s flagship politics programme on BBC2 has long been the subject of a great deal of ire. Since Jeremy Corbyn became leader of the Labour Party, the overall tone of the programme has been increasingly anti-Labour but more specifically, anti-Corbyn. Any story that can be spun to cast Labour and Corbyn in a bad light is often seized upon with both hands.

Today was no different. The show’s host, Jo Coburn, pursued the Jared O’Mara sexism story not once but twice. First, she asked Nu Labourite, Chris Leslie, then she asked Dawn Butler. Why is that? Because it’s pretty obvious that The Daily Politics, far from being impartial, is at the forefront of a pro-Tory propaganda exercise in which any anti-Labour story, no matter how trivial, is promoted…

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EXCLUSIVE: People on Universal Credit are being refused prescriptions and dental care

. . . and yet again, the Tories are hitting those who feel it hardest, in their chronic attempt at making us believe that Universal Credit is best for us!
Best for us?
Best for the money-grubbing swine who own shares in all the big money-making private firms who are all too quickly swallowing up our NHS maybe!

Govt Newspeak

GPs and dental practices can’t tell who is eligible for free treatment under Universal Credit – meaning some claimants are going without

People are being denied prescriptions and dental care because practices do not know whether Universal Credit claimants are eligible for free treatment, according to evidence seen by Left Foot Forward.  

Under the current welfare regime, those on certain benefits – such as Jobseekers’ Allowance – receive free NHS prescriptions and dental treatment, Healthy Start vouchers and other government-funded support.

But the Conservatives’ Universal Credit scheme wraps several benefits into one. While the principle has broad cross-party support, dental practices and GPs are now unsure who is eligible to receive free treatment.

Those on working tax credits, for example, are not eligible for free treatment – but practices have no information on whether UC claimants are receiving the tax credits element of UC, in which case they’re ineligible, or…

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