SLAVERY IN BRITAIN

This morning Keith Lindsay-Cameron wrote this letter to the Prime Minister

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The Claimant Commitment Contract

 

Iain Duncan Smith and Lord Freud have put slavery back on the statute books of Britain!

 

The new claimant commitment contract means that claimants sign away their sovereign rights to freedom of choice, life and liberty to a DWP slave master or overseer.

 

Claimants who refuse to sign the slavery certificate will be denied the means of survival. It is either complete obedience to the state or starve.

 

Policy Aims:

 

The conditionality regime will recast the relationship between the citizen and the State from one centred on ‘entitlement’ to one centred on a contractual concept that provides a range of support in return for claimant’s meeting an explicit set of responsibilities, with a sanctions regime to encourage compliance.

 

The terms which individual slaves must adhere to are defined by their slave master or overseer under threat of sanctions for non-compliance.

 

The Human Rights Act 1998 stipulates:

 

Article 4 Prohibition of slavery and forced labour

 

1 No one shall be held in slavery or servitude.

 

2 No one shall be required to perform forced or compulsory labour.

On Friday May 2nd I will be going to Bath Police Station to watch Keith report Iain Duncan Smith and David Freud under the Human Rights Act for putting Slavery back on to the statute books.

A precise time has not been set (for obvious reasons).

If you would like to come along and support Keith, you can obtain more details by contacting myself at

https://twitter.com/Chelz65 

or visit “A Letter A Day To No 10” on Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/groups/395504723842517/?fref=ts

n away their sovereign rights to life and liberty to a DWP slave master or overseer. Claimants who refuse to sign the slavery certificate will be denied the means of survival. It is either complete, abject, obedience to the state or starve. Policy Aims: The conditionality regime willIain Duncan Smith and Lord Freud have put slavery back on the statute books of Britain! The new claimant slavery certificate means that claimants sign away their sovereign rights to life and liberty to a DWP slave master or overseer. Claimants who refuse to sign the slavery certificate will be denied the means of survival. It is either complete, abject, obedience to the state or starve. Policy Aims: The conditionality regime will recast the relationship between the citizen and the State from one centred on ‘entitlement’ to one centred on a contractual concept that provides a range of support in return for claimant’s meeting an explicit set of responsibilities, with a sanctions regime to encourage compliance. The terms which individual slaves must adhere to are defined by their slave master or overseer under threat of sanctions for non-compliance. The Human Rights Act 1998 stipulates: Article 4 Prohibition of slavery and forced labour 1 No one shall be held in slavery or servitude. 2 No one shall be required to perform forced or compulsory labour. recast the relationship between the citizen and the State from one centred on ‘entitlement’ to one centred on a contractual concept that provides a range of support in return for claimant’s meeting an explicit set of responsibilities, with a sanctions regime to encourage compliance. The terms which individual slaves must adhere to are defined by their slave master or overseer under threat of sanctions for non-compliance. The Human Rights Act 1998 stipulates: Article 4 Prohibition of slavery and forced labour 1 No one shall be held in slavery or servitude. 2 No one shall be required to perform forced or compulsory labour.

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8 thoughts on “SLAVERY IN BRITAIN

  1. The politicians have written a Citizens Charter. How about the Citizens writing a Politicians Charter. Along the lines of
    Any Politicians breaking their election pledges, any pledges, or going back on promises, being banned for life from politics and the houses of the privileged.
    Any politician taking money for favours same penalty as above with a full five year prison sentence, in prison general population. No special privilege
    Any politicians caught dealing with lobbyists for governmental backing or favours, which have connections to the companies doing the lobbying, so will therefore profit from public funding their business interests. This has nothing to do with the public. Example Seb Coe owns companies that could provide services to the NHS, but for him to provide these services the NHS has to be privatized. So Seb Coe votes for privatization even to the detriment of the Public, all this done just so Seb Coe’s companies can take billions of pounds from the British Tax Payer. This is Corrupt Fraudulent and possibly Treasonous. Penalties would be loss of Knighthood or anything bestowed on him by the Monarchy, Loss of all wealth, restored back to the public coffers from the proceeds of crimes act. Plus a twenty year prison sentence.
    Prison sentences could range from five years to Life Imprisonment. Duncan Smith for example for his part in the persecution of the Sick and or Disabled, the theft of public money, the distortion of all facts and figures, total misrepresentation to the Public and utter contempt for Parliament FULL LIFE IN PRISON with many Ministers to stand in the dock with him.
    Plus many more conditions to be added
    It is only right for the British Public to Demand Honor and Truth from our elected representatives, nothing less will do and will be seen as criminality and Treason against the people of this country

  2. Reblogged this on Beastrabban’s Weblog and commented:
    I found this through its reblog on Welfare Tales, and a link to it by one of Mike’s commenters over on Vox Political. It makes the same point Guy Standing makes in his book A Precariat Charter: From Denizens to Citizens, that Neoliberal reforms, including workfare, have taken away our rights as citizens. I wish Michellekent and Keith Lindsay-Cameron the very best in trying to get Freud and IDS arrested for the reintroduction of slavery. Unfortunately, I doubt very much they will be successful – workfare is unfree labour, but it’s hidden behind a contract, and as yet is not the same as forced labour in concentration camps or chattel slavery. Hence I expect it will be unsuccessful. Nevertheless, it should be resisted to the full, and IDS and Freud certainly are creating a captive labour force they hope to exploit.

  3. This from Inside Housing demonstrates just how difficult it now is to get a case heard in court;

    “The only housing case granted ‘exceptional’ legal aid funding followed a threat of a High Court challenge, Inside Housing can reveal.

    A law firm resorted to threatening judicial review to get funding from a government ‘safeguard’ fund for a schizophrenic tenant facing eviction.

    The private tenant’s application is the only housing case out of 65 to be granted exceptional funding since the government reduced the range of cases eligible for legal aid on 1 April 2013. The Legal Aid Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Act 2012 removed financial support for legal costs for most housing cases.

    ‘Exceptional case funding’, which was described by the government in September 2011 as ‘an essential safeguard’, is for cases that are out of scope of funding since LASPO cuts but are ‘deserving cases’.

    The fact the only successful housing case so far followed a judicial review threat will fuel fears that the most vulnerable people are struggling to receive help.”
    http://www.insidehousing.co.uk/legal/just-one-housing-case-granted-exceptional-legal-aid-funding/7003491.article

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