• Darren July 5, 2012 at 7:17 am

    JJ – I believe your stance of non-violent removal of this government to be untenable. They are trying to kill me and others like me, and they have already succeeded in killing some 1,100 of our fellow disabled people. This makes them legitimate targets for reprisal and they know this, so they will also use violent means to protect themselves. Never mind missile installations; think instead about the sonic weaponry we have been told about, or overflight drones, as well as the riot-equipped police. The sad thing about a mob is that its IQ is only as high as that of its least intelligent member divided by the number of people in the mob. This means that they will only ever attack such a force head-on and they will, as a result, lose. Those whose only purpose will be to loot for profit will be caught by CCTV and other means as they were in the last riots and nothing will be gained.

    If this government is to be brought down the action will require planning and, above all, self-discipline on the part of those who choose to enter the confrontation. Anyone who believes that such a confrontation can be non-violent, though, is deluding theirself. Again and again throughout history we have seen that those who hold power do not simply relinquish it in response to a polite request. It takes overwhelming numbers to demonstrate intent and then, at some point, measures are taken to ensure that the oppressor cannot return for another go. Witness Nicolae Ceausescu and his wife Elena – executed. Witness Saddam – executed. Witness UK Prime Minister Spencer Perceval – assassinated in May 1812. So it *can* happen here…

    In any revolution violence, legally sanctioned or otherwise, will always have a necessary place, if only to ensure the future security of the new regime.

    Eventually, for any beleaguered group, a time must come when they must use violence in their own defence, and this is where most revolutions begin. It has long been known that poverty breeds revolt, but yet again this arrogant government is choosing to ignore the lesson that history provides. While the gun is denied to the majority of the population in the UK today, there are other weapons available to us that are not only easily constructed, but are still legal to hold without a licence, mainly because they are not *seen* as weapons in their ordinary, everyday state.

    I know, for example that I could walk from my garage into my kitchen and, within only two minutes, most of which would be spent emptying and cleaning the delivery unit, construct an effective short-range weapon that would leave my target permanently blind.

    I’m sure that those of sufficient intelligence will, during the Olympic Games, see several types of potential weapons in use for sport, that could be easily and cheaply duplicated and constructed by amateurs for more sinister purposes. They wouldn’t have the power or range that those of Olympic standard do, but in the right hands they would have the capacity to be lethal nevertheless.

    From being, initially, a single sector of society that was being victimised, the ranks of the already poverty-stricken, and the future poor, have been swelled almost daily as the unbridled evil that is the ConDem government has released details of its plans to strip welfare-dependent people, of varying levels of ability, of their already meagre incomes. Every day, therefore, there will be more and more minds seeking the means to destroy before they are, themselves, eliminated.

    We have gone from being only the disabled to being the disabled PLUS: the under-25’s who are to be denied their opportunity for independent living; the unemployed who are forced to search for non-existent jobs and then sanctioned for not finding work; the workers who cannot feed their children because their wages are insufficient when benefits are reduced or withdrawn entirely; and the pensioners, who know that they will be on the hit list once CaMoron’s lying party returns to office whether that is in 2015 or later.

    These ranks are now also being bolstered by the families and friends of those of us who have been affected directly by CaMoron’s and Duncan Smith’s murderous policies. The targets will probably not only be CaMoron and IDS though; all their “lieutenants,” such as the Minister Against Disabled People, as well as those in Job Centre Plus who have collaborated to inflict this misery upon the vulnerable will, I believe, also be either made to suffer greatly – possibly through the medium of their families – or else be destroyed themselves. “Only obeying orders” will probably not be accepted as an excuse.

    Those collaborators should be aware that in every city, town, village and hamlet there will be people able to say: “We know where you work. We know where you live. We know where your wife goes shopping. We know where your children go to school,” and they should – if they are sensible – be very afraid of what will surely come unless the guardians and enforcers of justice for ALL step in to defuse the situation. About the only thing I can see that might stop any uprising now will be the police acting to arrest and charge those government ministers who are guilty of culpable homicide along with those who have assisted them in their evil schemes.

    As the police are not likely to do so, though, I wonder who in our growing impoverished community will be the first to be inspired by the Olympics….

    Let it be noted, please, that I have made no direct threats against anyone in what I have said. I have, rather, merely pointed out what is likely to happen unless the evil schemes of this government are stopped permanently, and mentioned those whom I believe would be the primary targets of any uprising that might occur so that they might be given the opportunity to reconsider their positions, policies and actions before it is too late. I have also made it known that what I could improvise as weapons, others will be able to improvise as well quite independently from me and without any contact being made between us.

    And apologies, JJ. this was supposed to be a comment but I fear it has turned into something of an article in its own right. Sorry for hijacking your page.

  • kasbah July 5, 2012 at 7:16 pm

    We simply have to get them out.

    When people are pushed too far the survival instinct kicks in and for many that expresses itself through violence. For others it expresses itself through campaigning, marching, protesting, trying to use the legal system to catch them out-which i truly believe we can as they are breaking European law- e.g. IDS’s derogatory language about the disability benefits and rushing through The Welfare Reform Act before the official “consultation” period was over. I wish i had the energy to pursue the legal side but am too ill to do so and am totally skint, but have looked into European Human Rights Law and found them to be guilty of disability crimes. The law acts slowly and is expensive therefore many people take the law into their own hands. Who can blame them? We are being attacked and have been impoverished or murdered by Condem policies. Deprivation breeds revolutions.

  • Allen Vincent July 5, 2012 at 10:27 pm

    I am surprised an Gilllian Guys comments erm NOT ….. do people realise truly how much CAB get annually? A LOT.

    Please peruse enclosed link of Canterbury Cab manager unlawfully excluding me under the Equality Act 2010 http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/191/ssofcanterburycabmanage.jpg/

    This applies to Dover and Doncaster CAB to as I DARED to make a complaint and found CAB’s complaint process to be unlawful under the Equality Act 2010 as it is to difficult and oppressive for disabled people in all it’s forms to use.


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