Referring back to the plan of cutting disability benefits which is already quietly in action brings it even more into focus during the Paralympics. Disabled people, even if they don’t compete in the Paralympics, deserve nothing but admirations. How they are cope in the very ordinary life to get through the day being handicapped in one way or another. Therefore, they should get best benefits which is available and it must available because money is not cut but increased for Foreign aids, sending army into another civil war which has nothing to do with the UK, bail-outs every year on top of EU contributions and wrong expenses paid to MPs and ex-Prime Ministers. The worst and it is the highest, is the £500,000 paid for expenses to Margaret Thatcher. She doesn’t attend any meeting because she got dementia. How dare the government be so callous with the taxpayers’ money and at the same time cut benefits to disabled people and pensioners?
THAT IS WHERE AUSTERITY SHOULD START AT CUTTING FOREIGN AID, BAIL-OUTS, EX-PM PENSIONS AND EXPENSES.
Now I am coming to my main point. The Paralympic with the Opening Ceremony was even better than the Olympics. It was heartbreaking to see these athletes with their various disabilities and yet they looked so eager and smiling all the way. Already what they achieved in the Opening Ceremony was fantastic leave alone the following competitions in various sports aiming for gold, silver or bronze.
It went to every one heart how great these athletes are to overcome such tremendous difficulties.
Yet, how can David Cameron sit there plus other government official and watch these people knowing very well what they done to them? It is beyond any understanding. David Cameron and his friends live in greatest luxuries from a start. Never have any money problems or worries but making out they know what it is like furthermore trying to convince the public. How can David Cameron be so unscrupulous and even state: “The Olympics made us proud but this will make us even prouder?” It is certainly beyond any ordinary people’s understanding and unforgivable.