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#1
Politics & Propaganda / Re: Nasty party to take benefi...
Last post by tech_wiz - Apr 29, 2024, 07:41 AM
These so-called reforms are nothing but a sick joke. This will only strengthen the vicious cycle of mental health issues. The rise in suicide rates, an increase in homelessness, and a growing burden on the NHS are just the start.

When Labour steps in, they won't change a thing. They're all the same, every one of them, politicians sitting on their high horses while we suffer.
#2
Politics & Propaganda / Re: Nasty party to take benefi...
Last post by Jack - Apr 29, 2024, 07:39 AM
Depression and anxiety are at an all-time high, thanks to their mishandling of the pandemic. Instead of helping, they're just trying to add to the chaos.

This ain't about saving money; it's about control. They're delaying the elections just so they can enjoy their last power trip. But the joke's on them. We're not blind. We see their corruption, their greed, and their sadistic pleasure in our suffering.
#3
Politics & Propaganda / Re: Nasty party to take benefi...
Last post by Mathew - Apr 29, 2024, 07:37 AM
I'm with you all. The Tories, Labour, all of them. They're all as bad as each other. We need someone who actually cares about the people, someone who's not just out for themselves.
#4
Politics & Propaganda / Re: Nasty party to take benefi...
Last post by susan - Apr 29, 2024, 07:36 AM
Absolutely right. This country deserves better. We all deserve better. This isn't democracy, it's a farce. The Tories should never be in power again, and frankly, I've got no faith in Labour either.
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Politics & Propaganda / Re: Nasty party to take benefi...
Last post by Joe1993 - Apr 29, 2024, 07:36 AM
 I'll tell you something, this whole situation just proves we're not living in a democracy. We're living under a dictatorship. It's just a sick, twisted joke.
#6
Quote from: Ian on Apr 29, 2024, 07:34 AMThe Tory party, with its lockdown and restrictions, has already damaged our mental health beyond belief. Now, they're just pouring salt on the wound.

Yup, it seems like the Tories are enjoying this, taking pleasure in this sadistic game. They're playing with the lives of real people, causing a domino effect of misery. This isn't just about the welfare reforms anymore, it's about the whole system being corrupt.
#7
Politics & Propaganda / Re: Nasty party to take benefi...
Last post by Ian - Apr 29, 2024, 07:34 AM
The Tory party, with its lockdown and restrictions, has already damaged our mental health beyond belief. Now, they're just pouring salt on the wound.
#8
Politics & Propaganda / Re: Nasty party to take benefi...
Last post by Dom - Apr 29, 2024, 07:33 AM
Mate, I couldn't agree more. The Tories have always known how to stir the pot, and not in a good way. Pushing back the election, pushing these reforms, it's all just a game to them. A game at the expense of our most vulnerable. And the twist? It's not even cost-effective. Hiring a legion of pen-pushers will cost more than they could ever save. And then there's the effect on mental health - worsened conditions, increased suicide rates, and a greater strain on the NHS. It's a nightmare, it truly is.
#9
The tory party view our society's most vulnerable as some sort of scapegoat for their own incompetence and greed. These new welfare reforms are nothing but a sham, a cheap facade for a ruthless bullying campaign against those who truly need our support. Depression, anxiety - these are serious conditions, not just some hurdles one can leap over with a snap. And what's even more infuriating is the audacity to strip our hardworking GPs of their rightful position to deem whether a person is capable of work or not. Are these non-medical bureaucrats supposed to be more qualified than our doctors now?
#10
Politics & Propaganda / Enough is Enough! The Tory Par...
Last post by JamesH - Apr 19, 2024, 06:33 AM
Here we go again, folks. The Tory scum are back at it, relentlessly trying to tarnish the image of our most vulnerable citizens. They're painting them as 'scroungers' and 'workshy.' It's a disgusting attempt to appeal to their mean-spirited, middle-class voters, who seem to eat up this narrative as if it's some sort of delicacy.

So, what's their latest scheme to save the economy? Get this: Rishi Sunak, the man who helped exacerbate the public's physical and mental ailments with his ill-advised COVID-19 lockdowns, is now trying to strip GP's of their power to sign off on work absences! This is just another vile attempt to force people struggling with physical and mental illnesses back into the workforce.

It's a clear, shameful ploy by the Tories to claw back some popularity before the next election. A desperate act as they trail woefully in the polls. And yet, they're too petrified to set a date for the election - how's that for democratic?

But let's get back to the point. It's frankly sickening how the Tories bully what they snidely call the 'work shy and scroungers.' They won't even take the expert opinion of a GP into account and will force people into working, even if they're incapable of doing so due to illness. But what will they do if these people can't work? Will they sanction them and leave them homeless?

Remember when David Cameron and George Osbourne did this a couple years ago? Their welfare crackdown didn't pay off economically. The cost of hiring job centre staff and implementing laughable schemes far outweighed any money saved.

You know who the real scroungers are? The foreign corporations that don't pay their fair share of taxes and crush small businesses. The Tories are all too happy to let them exploit tax loopholes and even hand them grants. All at the expense of you, the taxpayer.

Enough is enough! I'd love to hear your thoughts on this.  >:(