Thursday, February 16, 2012

UK introduces "arbiet macht frei" schemes for the disabled and unemployed.

In a form reminiscent of Hitler's forced labour camps and death camps the Uk government have introduced forced labour for no pay on the unemployed which they plan to extend to the disabled. Arbeit Macht Frei (Work Makes Free) was the sign that hung over the gates of the Auschwitz death camp. It seems Cameron and his Lib Dem allies have decided that this is the policy to pursue in the UK . The policy will apply to the terminally ill and others

The policy could mean that those on employment and support allowance who have been placed in the work-related activity group (Wrag) could be compelled to undertake work experience for charities, public bodies and high-street retailers. The Wrag group includes those who have been diagnosed with terminal cancer but have more than six months to live; accident and stroke victims; and some of those with mental health issues

For the unemployed the situation now is that to collect their meagure allowence in the UK they may have to work 30 hours unpaid on night duty packing shelves for Tescos. Any firm supporting this scheme should be boycotted.

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