England has become the hater of everybody who are not in the machine. Never ever be a pre-born child; a disabled person; an old person; a young person, still alive; in hospital, either needing, or recovering from treatment/surgery, and so many other types. If you’re not in the work machine, whatever you are paid, and whether it’s enough to live on, or not, you will likely be dubbed unworthy of support.
Three words I’ve come to despise: ‘Help’; ‘love’; ‘support’. These three things, if actually given, would be beneficial to society as a whole. What each one of them has become is an absolute deprivation of morals. An empty promise, at best.
Change, England. CHANGE.
Joanne Lee Stephens was utterly disgusted and posted on social media disability forum the plight of her brother Edward Lee failing his assessment.
This is my brother Edward Lee who was diagnosed with cancer of the jaw and Lymph Nodes.
On the 04/01/2017 my brother was admitted to hospital for an operation to save his life.
On the 5/01/2017 my brother had his operation and very ill when he left theatre.
On the 6/1/2017 ATOS did an telephone assessment to decide his fitness for work.
On the 23/02/2017 DWP wrote back stating that he had scored ZERO points even though he is on very high doses of Morphine as well as other Morphine tablets to kill the pain.
My brother is confined to bed unable to eat still and the cancer has made its way through his neck into the chest
His benefits were immediately stopped…
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