False gods need scapegoats

Juli, you’ve well and truly hot the proverbial nail here – I join you in you call for Unity.

Scapegoat No Longer – Time to Fight Back xx


Crony cape begets cloak
Cover running for cover
Self-made deities duck

That is for another.

We, those others, must
Share it among ourselves
For the klepto brethren
Decree ‘inclusive’ be the
Neo- to their Ponzi show

“Suffer the little serfs
To come unto us
And forbid them not:
For of such is the kingdom
Of Earth’s modern gods”

The rods are the carrots;
The carrots, the rods of the
House that usurps us by
Fixing the odds.

But we know in our bones
And our bubbling blood
That displacement is finite
And wickedly trite and that
If we, the billions, arise and
Unite, we can cast out these
Gods of this corporate rot
And show them the meaning
Of Might and My Right

It will end
In the end if we bring it or not.
It’s just physics my friends and
The fact that there is

No such…

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If the DWP reckons it’s getting decisions right, why are people still suffering?

Might this have something to do with with more ‘Spun Statistics??

Say ENOUGH – Join the Truth Campaign – SIGN http://www.change.org/en-GB/petitions/house-of-commons-stop-ministers-spinning-statistics-accept-the-recommendations-of-select-committees-stop-ministers-spinning-dwp-statistics & KEEP Sharing #ImpeachDWP #NOWPetition

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He knows he's in trouble: Mike Penning, shortly after removing his foot from his mouth while talking about 'mandatory reconsideration'. He knows he’s in trouble: Mike Penning, shortly after removing his foot from his mouth while talking about ‘mandatory reconsideration’.

The minister for disabled people, Mike Penning, seemed to think he had something to celebrate this week, after official figures showed the number of benefit decision appeals dropped by 79 per cent between January and March this year (compared with the same time in 2013).

He said it means the government’s new ‘mandatory reconsideration’ process is helping people to challenge wrong decisions earlier and helping target government support on those who need it most: “Getting more decisions right the first time avoids the need for protracted tribunal appeals… This new safeguard gives claimants the chance to raise their grievance promptly, provide further evidence and have their claim reassessed without the unnecessary stress of an appeal.”

How wonderful for him.

Does the man with learning disabilities who was living on…

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