By Maggie West
There are no words that I have not already written about this subject, often in enormous distress. I await the time when the crimes committed by politicians and the media will be accounted for in law.
The days, weeks, months and years I have watched the two members of my family who are ill, be offended and distressed, insulted and slandered by men and women not worthy to hold a torch up to them.
They will never have their courage and bravery in the face of adversity and suffering.
They are not fit to wipe their boots and I will gladly attend these unprincipled individuals and organisation’s trials when their time comes: And it will.
I will eagerly await explanations to the public and their victims as to why they have accused millions throughout the UK of fraud with their sweeping generalisations and cowardly innuendo.
Let’s demand and hear evidence in a court of law of how family members are now free of long term and life shortening illnesses.
Documents to the effect that the illness that keeps the sick, ill and dying from enjoying life, holding a job down, fulfilling their potential and building a future has now left them.
Those guilty and complicit in these crimes are shallow men and women who have no morals, no qualms at bullying the weak in their race for power and wealth: They will be held responsible.
Maggie West is a signatory to our letter to The Daily Telegraph here: http://wp.me/p1B02C-d4v
See Maggie’s comment and over 300 others here:
Letter to The Daily Telegraph about Iain Duncan Smith’s DLA claims
3 thoughts on “Maggie West: I Demand Justice”
I concur wholeheartedly with Maggie West. And Maggie, both you and I and the millions of other slandered and bullied disabled people, WILL have JUSTICE. I detect a change of mood in the country. I am of the belief that one day, in a future and better society, Iain Duncan Smith, his supporters, and indeed, senior ATOS bureaucrats, will be placed under arrest and put on trial, for their crimes against us.
I am Impressed by the Moral Courage of this Article in a Time of Kow Towing
Cronies and Bury the Head in the Sand like Ostriches Mentality amongst far too
Resignation of Politicians Not Fit to Hold Office together with Constitutional
Protection of the Welfare Benefits of the Poor and Vulnerable and the Redistribution
of Wealth from Rich to Poor is the Answer together with the Ceasing of the Wasting
of Billions upon Warfare in Afghanistan and upon Nuclear Weapons
Is ian duncan smith an argument for the return of capital punishment. He is clearly a disciple of the anti-christ Thatcher an angel of death and torrmenter to millions his death and those of his ilke would indeed make this country a much better place for the rest of humanity