HomeBlogNationwide Week of Action Against Workfare: Stop exploiting the unemployed and sick! Take action Saturday 8 December 2012
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  • Humanity2012 December 7, 2012 at 11:52 am

    NO to Slave Labour Now and Forever

  • Harold Hansen December 7, 2012 at 2:19 pm

    Wish I could be there to show my support

  • jeffery davies December 7, 2012 at 5:23 pm

    its going back to the 1700s where this lots heads and hearts are slavery when out but not to our goverment um wonder whot firms they sit on the board of use this yes they are the social scroungers and they got a check to call us one nah jeff3

  • K Peake December 8, 2012 at 12:26 am

    The system is rigged. The extraordinarily privileged and expensively educated 7% keep control and everyone else down by occupying 50% of the senior, decision-making roles in Westminster and Whitehall. The more kindly among them need a nudge to give a sh** about the failing country they are fortunate enough to own and run. Sign the petition:

    http://hackinginquiry.org/

    The DWP once accommodated braincells and was encouraging employers to make it physically and environmentally possible for disabled people to work with them, as well as to have the odd nervous breakdown, hospital appointment and collapse without being booted back onto welfare again. They called this excellent scheme “Positive About Disabled People”. To sign up you needed only to be capable of acknowledging that health conditions existed and willing to accommodate them.

    However, it works, which is terribly confusing and threatening, and it requires skilful management, so it was abandoned in favour of stigma, persecution, slave labour, genocide and a fight to the death to become an undeveloped nation (http://www.guardian.co.uk/global-development/2010/nov/04/united-nations-report-britain-inequality).

    Yet they managed to sell the idea to 250 employers before wandering off in the direction of the Nuremberg rally, and here are those 250 employers willing to have any of the 1.3 million disabled jobseekers among us sit alongside them in their offices and communicate with them over the internet (this is more than the brain-dead DWP or Work Programme will tell you so be sure to share this list of disabled-friendly employers):

    http://www.whatdotheyknow.com/request/104171/response/252587/attach/3/Disability%20symbol%20national%20list.pdf

    Notice the only large media outfit on the list is Channel 4. Notice the complete absence of the press who claim we are work-shy cheats but don’t and won’t or haven’t thought to, if you want to be nice about it, employ us themselves. They have held this position passionately for years now, never thinking to so much as glance over their offices or employment practises or the history of disability despite several decades worth of research available to them at the click of a button and despite obviously not having any personal experience to draw from or any imagination or many brain cells and despite claiming to be journalists.

    The UK press are charlatans at play which is to be pleasant about them. The fact that their stupid, incoherent, juvenile and unpleasant “position” continues to hold water tells you all you need to know about most of them and why it is deadly necessary for us all that they are made to be responsible. This would be nothing at all to ask any decent person.

  • Serenity December 9, 2012 at 6:03 pm

    Boris the buffoon was in journalism, say’s it all really!

  • Phillip Dudd May 21, 2014 at 2:52 pm

    Id love to stay on here reading,
    but i have to get back to the other open google tab,
    Universal Job Match,
    it apparently has jobs on it.
    i wanted to be a public servant, but the government don’t serve,
    a big majority of the public
    and are against slavery anyway,
    although the new long term unemployment scheme seems like slavery,
    i should imagine it will be somebody elses idea,
    its not hard,
    to not contradict,
    just tell the truth
    or dont say anything.

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