They Are Coming For Our Pensions … And This Is How It Begins

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work-till-you-dieUnpaid work experience and apprenticeships for pensioners could soon be on the way as a report released earlier this month lays the groundwork for an attack on pensions.

The report, entitled A New Vision For Older Workers, was produced by Dr Ros Altmann, a former banker who is occassionally on television.  To anyone who has followed the ongoing destruction of an adequate benefits system for sick and disabled people it is chillingly familiar.

“Encouraging and enabling those who want to work longer is an idea whose time has come” the report declares before trotting out the exact same assumptions that were used to justify the introduction of vicious assessments – and eventually forced training, job search and workfare – for sick and disabled claimants.  Older people want to work according to the report, and of course, work is good for your health.  It then goes on to make dire…

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URGENT GOFUNDME: Send Geoengineering Activist to AAAS Conference

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AAAS Annual Meeting – Feb 12 – 16 February 2015, San Jose, CA 

Mr Max BlissHello friends…. following the success of the Berlin Climate Engineering Conference… it has been suggested that we attend as many climate conferences as possible, particularly those linked to climate engineering to represent a growing public concern.

There are important conferences coming up soon in San Jose- USA(Feb), Cambridge- UK (March) and Paris- France (July)  before the December UN Climate Treaty signing in Paris. These lead up conferences  are so important that many have suggested that must be attended in order to have our concerns raised and continue our efforts to contest the establishments agendas. We have no funds left as my 3 years plus full time activism and research has drained our personal resources but we are so close to the  global political changes such as Agenda 21 or the UN Climate…

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Friends Group Public Meeting, 8th January 2015

Friends of Granton Castle Garden

Join up as a member of Friends of Granton Castle Walled Garden and add your ideas and energy! Help us restore the oldest Walled Garden in Edinburgh & celebrate its history and cultural significance, a living link with our past.

Royston Wardieburn Community Centre, 8th January 6-7.30 pm.

If you have built castles in the air, your work need not be lost; that is where they should be. Now put the foundations under them.”

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Agenda so far

– Updates and plans for the new year!

– Quick slideshow of garden images and maps through time

– Membership forms and committee nominations

Get in touch or just drop in if you want come along – seating for 30, refreshments and a good blether guaranteed.
grantoncastlegardengroup@gmail.com

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DWP Admin And Salaries Costs Nearly Twice The Dole: Sack The Managers And Save Us All A Fortune

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atos-black-triangleThe DWP spent almost twice as much on salaries, welfare-to-work schemes and administration last year than they did on unemployment benefit.

The department’s latest six monthly report shows that £7.7 billion was spent on administration costs in 2013/14 compared to £4.3 billion on Jobseeker’s Allowance, othwerwise known as the dole.  In the current year administration spending is expected to hit £8 billion, whilst spending on JSA is forecast to fall to £3.7 billion as hundreds of thousands of people are bullied off benefits with sanctions and workfare.

The DWP is a big department, and this colossal spend also includes administration of pensions, sickness, housing and disability benefit spending.  But with around 750 Jobcentres around the UK and 78,000 employees, (according to The Guardian in 2010) it seems likely the biggest bulk of this spending goes on paying the salaries of Jobcentre busybodies and their happy clappy over-paid managers. …

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How to Alter a Region of Earth’s Atmosphere, Ionosphere or Magnetosphere

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Chemtrail Patents: United States Patent 4,686,605    Source

Atmospheric Geoengineering is occuring in our skies daily, and on a worldwide basis.  For those who doubt the feasibility of these special operations, just take a look at the following Patents.
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Chemtrail Patents:
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Method and apparatus for altering a region in the earth’s atmosphere, ionosphere, and/or magnetosphere.
United States Patent 4,686,605 / Eastlund / August 11, 1987
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A method and apparatus for altering at least one selected region which normally exists above the earth’s surface. The region is excited by electron cyclotron resonance heating to thereby increase its charged particle density. In one embodiment, circularly polarized electromagnetic radiation is transmitted upward in a direction substantially parallel to and along a field line which extends through the region of plasma to be altered. The radiation is transmitted at a frequency which excites electron cyclotron resonance to heat and accelerate the charged…

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Don’t Believe The Hype: Universal Credit Is No Closer To Being Workable Than It Was In 2010

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Universal-credit-nudgeJobcentres sources are suggesting that Iain Ducan Smith will attempt to roll out Universal Credit across the country in February 2015.  This will allow the Tories to pretend that the project is on track and functioning in the run up to the general election.

Don’t believe a word of it.  This is Iain Duncan Smith’s biggest benefit fraud yet.  The truth is that Universal Credit looks no closer to being a functional and scalable system than it did when the Secretary of State first scribbled down plans for wide-ranging reform of the benefits system on the back of an evelope in 2010.

Universal Credit will only be inflicted on new, single claimants on the  unemployment benefit Jobseeker’s Allowance.  This has already been the case in the pilot schemes for the new benefit, and represents the simplest, and easiest to process claims.  As reported by Channel 4’s Dispataches last night, should…

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