Nick Clegg today condemned the profoundly deplorable and sickening comments by Tory welfare minister Lord Freud who hinted disabled people are not worth the minimum wage.
The Deputy Prime Minister repeatedly criticised the peer’s proposition that someone is worth less because of their disability. David Cameron declined to dismiss Lord Freud over the wrangle, but Labour addressed the Prime Minister to release all government files on cutting the minimum salary for disabled people.
In a statement Lord Freud issued a broad and unreserved apology for his remarks, recorded at the Tory party conference, and tried to assert all disabled people should be paid at least the minimum wage without exclusion.
It seems that the government is not here any longer to care for the people of this nation. They are just here to yield from us at any given time, and chance that they can.
To undermine us, and eat away at our mortality. They can call upon us, sanction us, and persist in being a real pain in the arse, as well as delivering misery.
They have a weird knack of holding us creditworthy for what is going on in this country, but we constantly take the blow, because they have absolutely no consideration for us at all.
The government centres all their attention on stamping on us. While they destroy our self respect with their political reforms, and their unfavourable judgement of us are so hidden at times that some people sink their heads in the sand and pretend it’s not happening.
What was so vile were the comments when Lord Freud ill-used his phrase ‘worth’ and he stated some people with disabilities weren’t worth the minimum wage.
That is precisely what, quite rightly, touched a raw nerve because it’s making a remark about someone’s individual value, and that is simply offensive.
It’s stomach churning to imagine that just one human being can paint such a characterisation about people that are so vulnerable, and that this low life can actually get away with it, and that there are people out there that are really eager to keep him in a position of such power.
The innate liberty of men and women, is to be gratuitous from any higher-ranking force on earth, and not to be under the bequeath or legislative sanction of any man, woman or groups therefrom, but only to have the jurisprudence of honest human nature, enshrined in our civilisation and of good moral sense for his own dominion.
Among the innate rights of the people are,
Foremost, the right to life, including that of their family.
Secondly, to liberty, including all rudimentary freedom, laying aside, deprivation, harm or injury.
Thirdly, to belongings, including that of the individual and labours.
This, together with the right to support and guard them in the best way that they can. These are discernible branches of, instead of subtractions from, the obligation of self-preservation, usually termed the first law of nature.
All humans are entitled to stay in a state of nature as long as they please, and in case of unbearable subjugation, authoritarianism or dictatorship, to eliminate the society they belong to, and make or go into another.
When people are located in a society, it can only be by voluntary consent, a consent that is not fabricated, produced before their birth, coerced, nor tethered into an opinion done by teaching or indoctrination.
Men and women have a right to ask and take a definite stand upon the rectification of their society, its conditions and limitations as formed by an original compact.
Every natural right not expressly given up by a person in his own head, or, from the nature of a societal compact consorted essential and only of superlative importance is ceded, stays theirs.
All legal philosophies of assorted forms of government must adapt, to the law of natural reason and fairness.
The natural autonomy of man, by entry into society, is abridged or limited only so far as is utterly necessary, by understanding, the best good of the whole and not that of the few.
In the province of nature, every human being is, under any creator he selects, judge and sole judge of his own rights and of the traumas done to him. By entering into society, nonetheless, it is interpreted he or she must agree to an arbitrator or unbiased judge of equal standing between him and his neighbours, only he no more disowns his original right than by taking a cause out of the average course of law, and bequeathing the conclusion to referees or indifferent arbitrators only when there occurs a loss, harm or encumbrance of any others right.
Governments have no right to try to take what they delight in. Nor authorise others to do so. By this, rather than being content with the post allotted to them, that of honourable handmaids of the society, they before long turn into sheer masters, tyrants, and autocrats.
Authoritarianism by our oppressors, or government, makes us slaves, and gives our government delusions of grandeur, along with their narcissistic tendencies, and all for one thing, profit and gain. To obtain the power to groove out society, and to make us into what they want, and the really distressing thing about it, is that most of us don’t even see they’re doing it, and have been for a really long time.
We are moulded into a frame of the matrix in a pretence to seem like it’s about profiting the masses. While the government eats away at our souls, and slenderise our self-esteem. They’re not here to better us, they’re here to sacrifice us, like lambs to the slaughter, and as a community, we allow them to get away with it.
In addition to that we’re coached from a really early age, particularly in schools where the ruse is to shape us, and it’s been such a good strategy on the government’s part. Only now, the government have seen that education was a really bad thing in the scheme of things, and now they’re dumbing our children down, making them dumber in learning skills because education has taught us far too much, and that’s just not acceptable.
At present we’re really defenceless against our oppressors, and open to all kinds of hostility by the hoi polloi that were supposed to be looking out for us. This has become a really competitive game because we’re being marched about like cattle. Only we’re the cattle that’s right at the bottom of the keg.
The only thing the elite appear to have disregarded is that some of those cattle, possibly not all of them, but the bulk of them will ferment in the butt of that keg, and they will come out larger and more adept than before, and they’ll chevy such turmoil that the rest of the people will not follow, but will realise that they’re being taken advantage of, and finally, even those that still think they’re not being victimised, will realise that they’re are.
Whatever the government hurls at us, we must continue to be tenacious in our battle against austerity, and we must differentiate between good and evil, and those people that opposes us because they know no better.
Once someone is pronounced to have made a remark, whatever that remark may be, you can’t possibly shrink back from that comment because it’s already been said, it’s out there, in full, and you can’t save yourself from saying that disabled people are not worth the minimum wage. It would be like me articulating that Lord Freud is not worthy of being in parliament because he is a ceremonious arse. There, now it’s out in the open, I’ve said it, I can’t recant it with an apology, nor would I want to at any given time, and nor did he want to apologise, he was just made to apologise because it looked bad for all concerned, specially as we’re now fast approaching a general election.