An Exercise in Social Control – The REAL Agenda behind Benefit Fraud Campaigns 3 –

Originally posted on jaynelinney:
This year to date, I’ve  written two articles questioning the REAL agenda behind the Benefit Fraud Campaigns, the first in January considered how Politicians use psychological coercion to control us, whilst the second in April, introduced the newly formed single fraud investigation service, (SFIS), “a cross Government strategy to reduce fraud and error” apparently costing £140 million. In April I questioned…

Bedroom Tax Was Never About Freeing Up Housing

Originally posted on michellekent1:
I knew it You knew it and the people faced with ‘Bedroom Tax’ knew it!!!!!! The BEDROOM TAX was not about freeing up houses at all. It was simply about saving money!!!! Never mind all those poor souls that have moved and now regret doing such!! Please take time to watch,…

MORE Reasons to Sign – STOP Ministers Spinning Stats (or LYING)

Originally posted on jaynelinney:
Over the weekend I’ve noticed three separate articles all linked to DWP actions that, we the public have been LIED TO about by Ids, McVey, Penning & even Consultants – The Guardian wrote how – Frank Field MP has found Evidence behind growth in food banks and benefits claimants; Field as chair of…

Petition 2 – HOC STOP Ministers Spinning Statisitcs

Originally posted on jaynelinney:
Yesterday Debbie Sayers and I decided it was time to follow up on our successful petition of last year. We like thousands of others on twitter & Facebook are Sick of the ongoing spinning of statistics but, and perhaps more importantly, the Work & Pensions Select’s 3rd Report  made three vitally important recommendations regarding this: Use…

Fibromyalgia Awareness day…

Morning Folks, Well, its Fibro day again where did that year go? Answers on a post card please 🙂 I wanted to have something profound and engaging to say today but to be honest I just don’t have the spoons… I had two craft fairs to do over the weekend exhausting but fun… And I’m also…

Lets Talk – Challenging Oppression through Inclusion

Originally posted on jaynelinney:
Following the last post this is a short blog to clarify one thing, women2gether is a project started and lead by women but, it is NOT exclusive to women. We welcome the input and support of any men who share our goals and, perhaps more importantly, understand and respect why women…

The UK Human Rights Petition #UKHRpetition

Originally posted on pawprintsofthesoul:
? ? ? This is post is for those folk who have encountered the petition calling for the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Mrs Fatou Bensouda, to provide us with the formal procedures that need completing in order to formally open an investigation into multiple breaches of Human Rights law…

Let’s Talk – Challenging Oppression through Law

Originally posted on pawprintsofthesoul:
As a life-long activist, I’ve found that one way to resolve a problem is to share it with others and listen to what they have to say. Thinking about it, all the best activists I know do something similar. We don’t presume we are right – especially when we stand accused…

Tight budgets, poor diets, judgemental callers

Originally posted on Ann McGauran:
Mark Bothwell, who’s still waiting for his ESA claim to be processed. A discussion programme on the Nicky Campbell Radio 5 Live Breakfast show this week on whether a tight budget means a poor diet? prompted quite a few callers to make comments including, ‘it’s all down to organising yourself’…

Let’s Talk – Challenging Oppression through Honesty

Originally posted on jaynelinney:
When was the last time you actually engaged in dialogue – I don’t mean chatting I’m referring to a real debate, a discussion that involved sharing opinions without fear of offending? It’s very difficult to challenge oppression when you don’t have the words to say what you mean, or are concerned…