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Government barbarity.

A letter a day to number 10. No 839.

Wednesday 27 August 2014.

Government barbarity.

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Dear Mr Cameron,

People are starving in Britain, men, women and many, many children, Mr Cameron. They are starving because you and your facile club of rich boys have decided that they should. The imposition of austerity on the poorest people in society and a now brutally punitive regime, under the guise of welfare reform, is ensuring that poor people suffer and die.

The poorest live the most fragile existence, any cut in income has a devastating and wide reaching effect. It is like a bomb going off, affecting every part of people's lives, food, warmth, clothing, shelter, travel and the ability to function both psychologically and emotionally.

It has just been revealed that were Britain to leave the EU and join the USA, Britain would be the poorest state based on GDP per capita, that is, gross domestic product divided by the number of people in the country.

This is no accident, Mr Cameron, this is government driven and I am far from alone in constantly drawing attention to the plight of ordinary people over a long period of time. That this disaster continues to unfold means only one thing, that it is as intentional and targeted as it is callous and vicious.

The Faculty for Public Health states, 'In the UK, the poorer people are, the worse their diet, and the more diet-related diseases they suffer from'. Every case of malnutrition, scurvy or other hunger related disease falls squarely at your door. Every death is blood on your hands.

What does it take, Mr Cameron? Will it take your head in a gibbet before you'll see? If so it will be far too late by then. The degree of suffering that would lead to such an eventuality would see no mercy given. If you think such an act would be barbarous, consider this, you will have brought it on yourself. The barbarity is all yours and that would be a cleaner death than many of your victims.



 — inPeasedown Saint John, Bath And North East Somerset, United Kingdom.

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