George Osborne, announced that those in receipt of Housing Benefit would be obliged to wear yellow badges on their clothing
The chancellor recommended that the Claimants be forced to wear the badges following the Poor Pogrom in November 2010. Claimants who failed to wear them risk disqualification and imprisonment
The government's policy of forcing Claimants to wear badges, and then confining all who wore them to areas of desolation, squalor and poverty is a tactic aimed at isolating the Claimants from the rest of the population.
It enables the government to identify, concentrate, deprive, starve, and humiliate the Claimants under its control.
“Such fun,” said PM David Cameron,”just like our schooldays.
The first thing we want to have in our city is a situation such as Paris where the less well-off are pushed out to the suburbs," Cameron told BBC London. "What we will see and we will thoroughly enjoy is a kind of Kosovo-style social cleansing of London."
Mayor Boris Johnson pointed out that Cameron and Osborne were sadistic spivs who had seized control of the British State after winning 36% of the popular vote by the expedient of appealing to the grotesque desperation of the Liberals to get into government.
The business secretary, Vince Cable, said "The prime minister tells me what to say and indeed the way to say it. He thinks the policy is the right one and so do l;
” Downing Street moved to squash growing ministerial dissent by signaling there would be no retreat from the biggest shake-up to social housing since the welfare state was created, with a series of radical changes to rents and savage cuts to the budget for building new homes.
This policy is a part of what the we called the "We're all in this together Pogrom,"
The Claimants will also endure:
1) A consistent propaganda campaign labeling them as the embodiment of evil and the misfortune of British society.
2) The revoking of all their rights of citizenship.
3) The confiscation of their property and businesses.
4) Their removal from jobs, schools, professions, and all social and professional intercourse with the rest of society.