As some readers may know, there was a court case taken against the government by the disability elite, backed by the lies and socialist propaganda of the 'Disabled People against Cuts' terror group, to try to stop the closure of the Independent Living Fund by wasting public money whinging about the smallest details of his … Continue reading ILF Special: For goodness sake, move on
It seems disabled people, and indeed anyone who is at all unwell, no longer have parents, spouses, children or even friends but just carers. If you watch programmes like Casualty they now ask every patient who they primary carer is. While family and friends can be wrong and have they own motives, carers are perceived … Continue reading When did everyone become carers?
It seems to have been fashionable for disability activists and charities to regard anything they do not agree with as hate speech, a term designed to provide unchallenged sympathy from the debate. They use a few isolated history articles to strifal free speech and debate on disability issues because of a free that if the … Continue reading The dangers of claiming "hate speech"
No one would regard the views of any old woman, gay person or black person as the views of everyone like one, nor take what they say at face value without thinking on what have said, contextualising it and coming up with a personal conclusion on their remarks. But when it cakes to disabled people, … Continue reading Why does society accept what disabled people say?
Whole the Motability scheme has supported a generation of disabled people, the big question for me is whether the scheme remains fit for purpose within the 21st century or indeed is still a fair deal or whether it has become a perk for some disabled people that is a great attractive for people to unnecessarily … Continue reading Cars, disability and income
A few weeks ago a fall of my wheelchair because I did not have any belt on and inertia caught me unawares as I let flying. It is one of those times I have reminded exactly what having cerebral palsy really means and that I do really need a seat belt and ideally a harness, … Continue reading The need for a harness
Having an impairment can indeed add stress onto any person which can often not be helped, society is the way it is but it is improving and becoming more inclusive day by day. The welfare reforms, like any change, will be worrying and cause stress, but what I can not stand if how the disability … Continue reading Adding unnecessary stress
Despite how it may sometimes appear, I do totality believe that everyone with any kind of impairment should receive the support they need to fulfil their outcomes as contributing members of society although I fundamentally do not believe either DLA or PIP is the way forward in achieving this. As you may understand from reading many … Continue reading The outcomes of DLA?
While last year's paralympics games were hailed us a symbol of disability utopia by the disability elite, when they were not complaining about the smallest of problems, I believe they hijacked the publicity of the games for political gain when they had no interest in sport before the games and since them. The reality of … Continue reading The darker side of the paralympics
It would be hoped that disabled people and others who front national campaigns for any reason, especially those campaigning about the welfare reforms, would be fully aware of the facts, even if the facts are not as they wish them to be. I feel campaigners would know more than the average people and would not … Continue reading Let’s not cause panic