Thursday 10 May 2012

In Defence Of Iain Duncan Smith - By Hossylass

As if.

To be honest, I think that IDS is indefensible.
I have this to say to him, and all those other MP’s who “met a man”;
to all those neighbours who are expert medical consultants, but prefer to be bin collectors, lorry drivers and administrators;
to those Atos Doctors who don’t even try to be fair;
to social service workers with preconceived ideas;
and to those who should know better but can ignore their own knowledge in favour of easier to enjoy bigotry;
this is for you.

So, so you think you can tell,
Heaven from Hell, 
blue skies from pain. 
Can you tell a green field,
from a cold steel rail? 
A smile from a veil? 
Do you think you can tell? 
And did they get you to trade your heroes for ghosts? 
Hot ashes for trees? 
Hot air for a cool breeze? 
Cold comfort for change? 
And did you exchange a walk on part in the war,
For a lead role in a cage? 
How I wish, how I wish you were here. 
We're just two lost souls swimming in a fish bowl, year after year, 
Running over the same old ground. 
What have you found? The same old fears. 
Wish you were here. 

Living in a country that promotes people to consider themselves capable of judging blue skies from pain and a smile from a veil, and to condemn those who are judged to be “undeserving”.

Spinning lies on the spinning wheel of hatred, convincing the public that 75% of people are faking, and then patting yourselves on the back for "saving" billions.

Removing benefits from sick and disabled people and spinning it that they are “trapped on benefits, which is not fair on them”  is like raping a 10 year old girl and then telling her that at least she won’t still be a virgin at 50.

Indefensible doesn't even come close.

Lyrics by Pink Floyd.