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Not another joke from the Government. Now the disabled and mentally sick are going to be offered therapy to get them into work. Factory fodder and slavery here we come for the umpteenth time.

I have recently learned that there is a two year waiting list for therapy on the National Health. So with all these extra patients joining the queue how long will it be before anyone is seen let alone start their sweatshop job?

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Yes it’s a joke

STD’s are running at an all time high, not because people are having more sex but because it now takes up to six weeks to get treatment from our NHS.

What do they think a guy will do for six weeks

You have a better chance of surviving cancer in Estonia than the UK.

Remember this when you fill in your tax return and vote in the fixed race where all three runners are in bed together. You can make a difference by not funding the beast that wants you all to have ID cards.

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Now the disabled and mentally sick are going to be offered therapy to get them into work. Factory fodder and slavery here we come for the umpteenth time.

'Fom each according to their ability, to each according to their need,' dude. In the brave nu NuLab future, if you're able to work, you'll be forced to.

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This is a funny suggestion. Strangely enough talking about this recently got me a job, so here goes...

2-3 million people are on the sick with "anxiety" or "depression". Now of these a good chunk will have severe anxiety or depression which is crippling and stops them leading a normal life.

However, it will only be a proportion.

A good chunk will have mild anxiety/depression. Together with their GP and other "sympathoisers" it will have got out of hand, and "going sick" will seem the natural result. Yet being at work could easily be beneficial, e.g. activity and meeting other people is generally good for depression.

A substantial group will be scroungers. It is the easy way to claim you're "disabled".

So, all this therapy they have in mind for the first and to some extent the second groups. How you deal with the third group is very tricky indeed.

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I doubt it will even matter anyway: odds are the whole thing will sink just as fast as all Blair's other promises... grab a quick news headline and then forget about it.

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I doubt it will even matter anyway: odds are the whole thing will sink just as fast as all Blair's other promises... grab a quick news headline and then forget about it.

Quite.

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He is a Socialist in the true sense, just like Communist Russia

The political elite had the trappings of luxury, whilst the workers were downtrodden, seen only as revenue raising resources.

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He is a Socialist in the true sense, just like Communist Russia

The political elite had the trappings of luxury, whilst the workers were downtrodden, seen only as revenue raising resources.

A true socialist would not allow supposed sick or unemployable to sit at home watching TV & drawing benefit.

Anybody with illness such as these should get to a local community centre & sit there for the day under supervision to gain a days benefit, no show, no benefit.

Surely the trappings of luxury is sitting around at home doing nowt being paid.

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He is a Socialist in the true sense, just like Communist Russia

The political elite had the trappings of luxury, whilst the workers were downtrodden, seen only as revenue raising resources.

That sounds just like a capitalist. No diference in any of them then.

"Anybody with illness such as these should get to a local community centre & sit there for the day under supervision to gain a days benefit, no show, no benefit."

And what would this do?

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