May 22, 2014 by socialaction2014
A letter a day to number 10. No 749.
Thursday 22 May 2014. Robbery and violence!
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Dear Mr Cameron,
Britain is asleep at the wheel of its own controlled demolition by a political class entirely bought and paid for by profiteers. You have demolished care for profit; you have lied, cheated and stolen humanitarian concern and consideration from the UK aided and abetted by a redundant and perverted media who have abandoned truth in a propaganda war against this nation.
Universal care was the founding principle of the NHS and national well being, bought, built and paid for by us, the people. It was the duty of parliament to preserve care, free at the point of use, a public service without prejudice.
It is well written that Andrew Lansley’s Health and Social Care Act (2012) was ‘a massive betrayal of trust. It explicitly did not appear in the Conservative manifesto’.
In fact it was an act of treachery held dear by Jeremy Hunt who is now overseeing the privatisation of the NHS and, along with you and the rest of your government, is orchestrating the death of the health of the nation for the worst and most violent motive of greed.
I have said several times that poverty is violence, but so also is greed, the violence that drives poverty. There is no possible excuse for putting personal gain before the well being of others.
The man responsible for the appalling violence of poverty today in the UK is a man who has lived off our generosity for all his adult life, indulging in the rich pickings of privilege and state paid benefits. Iain Duncan Smith is a man dedicated to committing violence against others whilst supping on the teat of public plenty even for his underwear.