George Osborne has got it so incorrect and, to think god gave him cerebral matter!
His remark about the first week of unemployment should be looking for work and, not looking to sign on is completely laughable.
Out of work, no job and no money: Even if you did look for a job in that week and, found a potential job, how on earth are you meant to get to the interview if you have no money?
I expect he will claim that one could walk to their interview, all depending on where the job is situated and, one is healthy enough to walk all that way.
However, say someone has had their welfare stopped because ATOS has considered them fit to work, even though they are in a wheelchair, how on earth are they supposed to get to an interview?
I grant George Osborne was given a brain, but he definitely doesn’t use it to its capacity! If he did, then he may realise that one day he may end up incapacitated, not that I would wish it upon anybody, but until it’s happens, many people are extremely ill-informed. The same goes for those that are in employment and, consider the out-of-work wasters of society, but until it happens, you have no concept at all and, one should never form an opinion until they have walked in someone else’s shoes.
Mr. Gideon Oliver Osborne, put yourself in the shoes of other people, who are jobless, but have suddenly been sanctioned because they’ve been told by the Job Centre that they have to look for four jobs a week.
However, suddenly it’s gone from four to six, but no one from the Job Centre notified them and, of course people don’t walk around with a crystal ball up their rear end, so had no way of knowing that the guidelines had changed once more.
Now they have to appeal that decision of being punished for the wrong reasons, which will take weeks, if not months to restore their money, but alas they will have to wait a week before their money is reinstated, so that they have sufficient time to find work.
Nevertheless, it’s not about that at all, is it?
It’s about keeping people off unemployment benefit for a period so that they don’t get paid any welfare because the government need to fill in the deficit that our government has brought upon themselves over the years. In fact, you don’t care whether people are in work or on the streets, so long as the deficit is filled and, the government look respectable enough and, are elected into the next general election.
Mr. Osborne has never been poverty-stricken; he’s had the finest schooling, gone to the crème de la crème of colleges and, he may not have gone from college to being the Chancellor of the Exchequer, but he did work, data entry clerk, typing in the particulars of recently deceased people on the NHS database.
Maybe that’s why he’s got no feeling for other people because in that time, he’s become accustomed to people who where dead and, now can’t manage to live in the real world with people that are actually alive.