LETTERS WRITTEN TO His Excellency Ban Ki Moon UN Secretary General Re: Rt.Hon Mr David Cameron & Rt: Hon Mr Duncan Smith To Call on them and the government to stop destroying this country by what they are doing’. Written & Sent 24/01/2014


 24/01/2014

His Excellency Ban Ki Moon

UN Secretary General

United Nations Organisation

United Nations Plaza

New York NY USA

 

Your Excellency

My fiancée and I have recently written letters to our Prime Minister David Cameron as well as Iain Duncan Smith, his Secretary of State for Work and Pensions, calling on them and the government to stop destroying this country by what they are doing. Whether they listen to us or not, we have sent you a copy of each of the letters we have sent to them. Below is the letter we sent to the Rt Hon David Cameron and the second letter is addressed to the Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith.

Thank your for taking the time to read these letters.

Yours faithfully

Miss Elizabeth Feeney &

Mr Joshua Christian

 

Rt Hon David Cameron

Prime Minister

10 Downing Street

London

SW1A 2AA

Dear Mr Cameron

Today I find myself writing to you as an exasperated disabled ex-Carer in the NHS, who, at 51 years of age is unemployable due to chronic nerve pain and excessive nerve damage, besides degenerative and crumbling discs in my lower and cervical spine.

I was forced to give up my career in the Caring Profession due to severe recurring back injuries in 2006. Over the years the discs in my lower back and cervical spine have rapidly deteriorated and has become debilitating to the extent that it has become life changing, with very limited and poor movement and unable to carry out the smallest of domestic daily tasks.

After many years of extensive, intensive treatment and physiotherapy, as well as traction, I am now awaiting an appointment for a major operation on my cervical spine. My spine will never recover no matter what the miracle curing hands of ATOS may say. I will never be able to go into conventional work which is heart-breaking as I have worked since I left school in 1978, a career spanning over 28 years plus 7 years within our beloved NHS, a respected institution known throughout the world, within which myself and my mother and her mother have worked with pride.

I say to you that I am NOT a “Scrounger or Striver” as you constantly lead the people of this shattered country to believe. The damage which this rhetoric has caused is immense, inhumane and irreparable.

To the poor, sick, disabled, vulnerable people of this country which you and your cruel, draconian, conservative government refuse to comprehend and are in denial. We, being my fiancé and I, are severely disabled as are many thousands of others who have been victimised, bullied, and hounded to the point of suicide by you and your government.

With this in mind, we and the thousands of poor, sick, disabled, the unemployed, low paid families, terminally ill people in this country need you to answer these questions in full!!

Do you feel the benefit system in the UK is fit for purpose? What problems does it have and how could it be improved

Do you think ATOS should continue to administer the work capability assessments and does the number of decisions overturned on appeal worry you? Do you believe ATOS should be fined for their performance delivering public services?

Do you support the implementation of an Unconditional Basic Income granted to all citizens? Could you explain your position and what kind of evidence would prompt you to change your mind?

Do you know how many suicides took place in 2013 linked to the administration of benefits in the UK? How many suicides could take place in a year before you would call for an urgent review of the administration of benefits in the UK?

What do you feel are the function of benefits in a society? Which is the greater problem in society, benefit fraud or tax evasion? Have you even claimed benefits? Does anybody in your family?

Do you believe there is a relationship between income inequality and social problems such as violent crime, obesity, mortality, health, literacy, drug addiction and family breakdown? Are you committed to reducing income inequality and how would you go about it?

Have you or anyone in your family ever lived in a council property? Do you support the bedroom tax? Many people have called for this to be banned, including Raquel Rolnik from the United Nations. What will it take for all of this to be stopped because if this is not stopped there will be civil unrest in this country and quite possibly civil war!

Have you read the Devils Tune? If so, what did you think of it?

Please feel free to elaborate in anyway on any topics that arise in answering these questions fully.

With many thanks

Miss Elizabeth Feeney &

Mr Joshua Christian

 

Rt Hon Iain Duncan Smith

Secretary of State for Work & Pensions

House of Commons

London

SW1A 0AA

Dear Mr Duncan Smith

Today I find myself writing to you as an exasperated disabled ex-Carer in the NHS, who, at 51 years of age is unemployable due to chronic nerve pain and excessive nerve damage, besides degenerative and crumbling discs in my lower and cervical spine.

I was forced to give up my career in the Caring Profession due to severe recurring back injuries in 2006. Over the years the discs in my lower back and cervical spine have rapidly deteriorated and has become debilitating to the extent that it has become life changing, with very limited and poor movement and unable to carry out the smallest of domestic daily tasks.

After many years of extensive, intensive treatment and physiotherapy, as well as traction, I am now awaiting an appointment for a major operation on my cervical spine. My spine will never recover no matter what the miracle curing hands of ATOS may say. I will never be able to go into conventional work which is heart-breaking as I have worked since I left school in 1978, a career spanning over 28 years plus 7 years within our beloved NHS, a respected institution known throughout the world, within which myself and my mother and her mother have worked with pride.

I say to you that I am NOT a “Scrounger or Striver” as you constantly lead the people of this shattered country to believe. The damage which this rhetoric has caused is immense, inhumane and irreparable.

To the poor, sick, disabled, vulnerable people of this country which you and your cruel, draconian, conservative government refuse to comprehend and are in denial. We, being my fiancé and I, are severely disabled as are many thousands of others who have been victimised, bullied, and hounded to the point of suicide by you and your government.

With this in mind, we and the thousands of poor, sick, disabled, the unemployed, low paid families, terminally ill people in this country need you to answer these questions in full!!

Do you feel the benefit system in the UK is fit for purpose? What problems does it have and how could it be improved?

Do you think ATOS should continue to administer the work capability assessments and does the number of decisions overturned on appeal worry you? Do you believe ATOS should be fined for their performance delivering public services?

Do you support the implementation of an Unconditional Basic Income granted to all citizens? Could you explain your position and what kind of evidence would prompt you to change your mind?

Do you know how many suicides took place in 2013 linked to the administration of benefits in the UK? How many suicides could take place in a year before you would call for an urgent review of the administration of benefits in the UK?

What do you feel are the function of benefits in a society? Which is the greater problem in society, benefit fraud or tax evasion? Have you even claimed benefits? Does anybody in your family?

Do you believe there is a relationship between income inequality and social problems such as violent crime, obesity, mortality, health, literacy, drug addiction and family breakdown? Are you committed to reducing income inequality and how would you go about it?

Have you or anyone in your family ever lived in a council property? Do you support the bedroom tax? Many people have called for this to be banned, including Raquel Rolnik from the United Nations. What will it take for all of this to be stopped because if this is not stopped there will be civil unrest in this country and quite possibly civil war!

Could you live of £53 a week? You have stated that you could and yet even after a petition calling for you to do exactly that, and after over 100,000 people signed the petition, whereas it should have been debated in the House of Commons, you still have yet to comply per our requests and labelled it as a publicity stunt.

Have you read the Devils Tune? If so, what did you think of it?

Please feel free to elaborate in anyway on any topics that arise in answering these questions fully.

With many thanks

Miss Elizabeth Feeney &

Mr Joshua Christian

 

 

 

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