The Disabled Benefits? It’s All About The Rich!
UK Chancellor George Osborne delivered his train-wreck of a budget report this week announcing his SUGAR TAX to the world. Coke shares fell within seconds of the announcement. This wasn’t all as MASSIVE cuts have been made to people in need – who rely on benefits to survive because they’re simply unfit for work.
The disabled have been hit the hardest in the new budget announced by Chancellor George Osborne.
Secretary of State for Work and Pensions Iain Duncan Smith wasn’t going to take another hit and work under such disgraceful rules that allow the disabled to suffer more.
Iain Duncan Smith said in his now famous resignation letter:
“You are aware that I believe the cuts would have been even fairer to younger families and people of working age if we had been willing to reduce some of the benefits given to better-off pensioners but I have attempted to work within the constraints that you and the Chancellor set.”
Iain Duncan Smith has been bashed by the media for the disgraceful ‘Work Program’ that people on benefits get sent on after so many months of not being employed. A lot of people have ended up in zero hours’ contracts and are then officially put down as ‘WORKING’, even though they might not work one hour that entire week.
The disabled seem like a burden to the Tory government and it is disgraceful to see a country divided and not coming together to help the poor and the vulnerable.
Donald Trump has stated during his rallies that he would not touch ‘social security’ as some people actually depend on it…but the Tory government has taken liberty after liberty with unemployed people.
Iain Duncan Smith went on to say:
“I am unable to watch passively whilst certain policies are enacted in order to meet the fiscal self-imposed restraints that I believe are more and more perceived as distinctly political rather than in the national economic interest.”
The new man who will lay down the rules set out by Chancellor George Osborne in the train-wreck of a budget reform is Stephen Crabb who is now the new Secretary of State for Work and Pensions. As announced by the Prime Minister David Cameron.