It’s all change again this week.
David Cameron blasts Jimmy Carr’s tax avoidance as “morally wrong”, while Mr. Cameron shortly after, chosen to sensationally cut Housing Benefit for under 25 year old residents of the UK.
Feeling these ‘kids’ had it too easy, and were claiming off the welfare system to have a better life, cutting these benefits, in Cameron’s mind was a choice that many, including modern day over 25s, who work would support the choice. The majority I have witnessed have not shared that view.
At 28 myself, never having a pot to hold, stuck on the welfare system, though I have been committed and trying all my life, even when I was under 25, and deemed another number in Cameron’s “Big Society”, the question has to be asked, how many will suffer as a consequence of this action.
Aiming to re-establish a society of working people, in our young as well as middle aged, elderly and all in between, Cameron doesn’t realise he has actually opened those floodgates which will destroy the morality of the country.
Crime rates, burglaries of people’s homes or the outside goods, gang culture, political unrest and to top it all, young people struggling with bills and the cost of living, without the aid of the benefits, will consider and indeed, some, will commit suicide. No-one wants to say that out loud, do they? We can’t mention this, but the fact is, sweeping it under the carpet doesn’t eliminate the problem does it?
For those who don’t take their lives, which I implore no one to consider doing, most people cannot live with their parents as many are disowned, come from turbulent families torn apart or in warzones, or have parents who are deceased.
Sending them “back to their parents” doesn’t solve the solution, it creates dissolution. Plus, it doesn’t create independence, does it? Which then highlights the extreme mass flaws of the subject at hand, because, instead of relying on the state, they then rely on their parents (because they have no choice), which them ill prepares them for life in general.
How is anyone able to move forward, when you people back?
Get a job, Cameron says. Here’s an idea. Create Jobs! Maybe then people will apply. The reason people don’t work, and want to, is because, ‘Jobs’ (which are not ‘Careers’) are only in Retail, or Administration sectors. Some are now in building. Most are in trades or specialist lines of work. Specialist help, funding, and apprenticeships don’t exist in mass quantities.
Placed in any PR/Marketing/Advertising/Journalist/Writer/Editorial role myself, I could contribute to the community and the commercial economy fruitfully. The stubborn attitude, dominated by Upper class, nose snorting, sneering disgust at a “commoner” taking a qualified role in a ‘traditional gentleman’s ruled job’ which has now been distorted by the media mogul bearers who have severe dysfunctional ideologies surround who, what and how the position should ‘look’ than be built on talent, economical standard and professionalism.
Westminster’s snobbery has poured into London, and widely plaguing the country at the same time with its sheer ignorance to ruining a democracy which is dictated by random suits, billing themselves as the country’s saviours.
The country should be comprised of 30+ males and females, distorted from reality, creating an alternate one, where we all have 2 or 3 lovely children, have flowers in pot plants on the side table, and all sit at the dinner table from 1950 to share a home cooked meal by Betty Crocker.
How can society move forward, if it continues to live in the past?
Congratulations Dave, you have secured yourself for the next election. Enjoy your surroundings in No.10 Downing Street. You have successfully handed the government to Labour for next however many years. What job could David Cameron do once leaving the commons to become a “Commoner?” The David Cameron show!
Cameron, who makes a law and forces it as a demand, than a decision, without considering that this will make the country evermore disjointed from reality, then drives them further away from connection in society. Communities or people don’t stick together, they attack one another in order to survive, all thanks to your cutting of benefit without understand the severe repercussions that tear the country apart.
David Cameron, two months ago, was all smiles in a country pub, with his wife and children. Family man, husband, father. Casting away Politician, to leave a family life in a peacefully retreat full of publicity stunted cameras, wide spread on newspapers, shortly left the vicinity happy, caring and content with his wife.
This is a family man, who encourages family values. The family man, happened to lose his daughter, by leaving her behind and driving off from the pub without even realising she was missing. They eventually returned to pick up his forgotten daughter.
In an interview in the Mail on Sunday, on June 24th 2012, regarding the issue of the housing benefit collapse, one infeasible journalist sensationally claims Britain is adorned with “feckless couples” claiming housing benefits.
Preaching to live with your families, Mr. Cameron believes we should all be working for our own families in the near future.
Living back at home, with parents, and jobless, can we ever aim to not only own our own home, or flat, but be able to have a child or two, supposedly the joy of life, and manage to look after this innocent that become a burden on ourselves, which also creates bad parenting, and then, continues the ever decreasing cycle of future children growing up in poverty, abuseful homes or settings and uneducated without any morals or upbringing on what is correct, let alone having a childhood robbed from them.
Next he’ll be evicting everyone from the Big Brother house.
Yesterday, Wednesday 27th June, in London, one “heckler” raised the issue in a publich speech by the PM, addressing the Olympic Games at a public event, where the PM responded “Don’t spoil it!” rather loud and passive aggressively.
David Cameron pledged to cut all things except for parental benefits, including Child Benefit. Did you really not see that one coming? We will address the state of education and welfare in greater detail in a forthcoming post.
Though cutting these housing benefits, apart from all the distress mentioned about, here’s the killer problem. Many more people will become clinically depressed. Those that don’t kill themselves, or be killed, are then able to claim Employment and Support Allowance (more on this later) and become absent from working and potentially a threat to society for their foreseeable future.
What levels of community, support and guidance are there, if all is cut away from us, in one fell swoop?
If Mr. Cameron is willing to have an interview with me at No.10 I will graciously accept, as I have a lot of issues to discuss that can benefit the country, help you understand the pitfalls, and the perils of the state and address further instances that can only be discussed in private.
I am asking. I have been seeking a conversation for over five years. If any other politician is willing to listen, conversate or take on matters of importance, please get in touch, or leave us a comment and we can supply an email address for you. Or contact on Cameron’s hated form of communication, social media, or Twitter for example.