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ConDems Reveal Traitor Vows with The 'Universal Ball Buster' remedy to Welfare.

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« on: February 17, 2011, 05:22:46 am »

Once Prime-Ministerial Elect Ian Duncan Smith reveals his giant "once in 60 years" reform of the benefits system.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/newstopics/politics/8329968/Benefits-lifestyle-no-longer-an-option-says-Iain-Duncan-Smith.html#

"Mr Cameron will warn that people can no longer be trusted to claim only the benefits they need, saying a "standardised" system of sickness and unemployment handouts was sustainable after the war because people felt "shame" when they abused it.

The Government says perverse incentives introduced over the years have undermined aspiration and "collective responsibility", and left the taxpayer with a multibillion-pound burden.
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In tandem with the other giant promise and premise of the new Government, namely 'The Big Society' wherein voluntary groups and entrepreneur people managers get to inherit the running of vital public services .... it's like a massive double speak potentially. There's a massive experiment going on here to see how in true Blood-Sucking Tory style the British public can in one blow be encouraged to fight amongst one-another over elligibility and at the same time lament over the statistics as the spirits of many benefits claimants are broken in exchange for threats ... IMO.

Moreover it's a pen-pusher's promise of paradise ... and for the meddlesome and needy few in the voluntary sector it's a backdoor to self-destruction and a pulling-off of what the Conservatives failed to do under Thatcher in the 80's and 90's, namely: undermine and remove large numbers of charitable organisations "from the high-street ...". Charities are already complaining that there will not be sufficient support for them under present Government pledges to facilitate such an increase in responsibilities in the charitable sector and some may 'go under' ...


"I don't know if I'm coming or going", as my Father would have said, and he was a Civil Servant too ....
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