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Won PIP TRIBUNAL after nearly costing me my life! (POLITICAL GENOCIDE IN 2018)

n3wf0und0rder
n3wf0und0rder Member Posts: 1 Listener
edited November 2018 in PIP, DLA, and AA
just let u all no this is my first ever blog or wotever u call it. so i recently won my tribunal and awarded pip. after nearly 2 years fighting constantly with the people we asked to help us. and its very hard for me as of many of u to actually have to courage to ask in first place...
 i strongly believe they are intentionally try to pick on the vulnerable and end up stopping our benefits which i personally contributed to there TAXES for over 10 years, which we had no say in where WE think our hard earned cash should be better spent like SAVING lives and not trying to KILL us by pushing us out on streets and not even a bench to sleep on cos these benches if u noticed in town centers are all designed so NO HOMELESS person can sleep on!!!!! (SAD) i would give my last pound to someone if they needed it more, and we class ourselves as human beings? its really worrying not for me as much as for my 2 beautiful kids.i really been thinking bout ending my life in realising this ******** govenment we have that reminds me of the film THE FIRST PURGE. 
really wot is going on right now in OUR OUR not theirs OUR community.. 

i havent been able to sleep for 1 minute last 2 days. stupid me! after i thought i had got through ALL there ** intentional **** i must add hope u might save them money if u GIVE UP! sad sad shame on them. cos they british workers there i noticed so they dont have equal ethnic people working for then... really i step back and think yea our government reminds me of the devil himself HITLER!!!!  honestly thought we went to war for a better SOCIETY looks like we were WRONG...

I am currently getting diagnosed with aphasia,which i had to push for help with. and i also have severe anxiety.

why is it so hard to find help for single dads these days? oh yea its there plan GENOCIDE! 
when is enough actually enough... 
LEIGH..

Comments

  • gnmeads
    gnmeads Member Posts: 187 Pioneering
    Hi n3wf0und0rderwelcome to the Scope community.  Sorry to hear about your views,  if it helps I know were your coming from 
  • Yadnad
    Yadnad Posts: 2,856 Connected
    edited November 2018
    I contributed my taxes & NIC for 44 years and no longer claim PIP or Pension Credit! 
    In fact my State Pension is made up of an extra £82 a week over and above the basic rate simply because of the vast amount I paid in in NI contributions.

    Somewhere down the line I would like to think that I will get some of £thousands back?
  • Pippa_Alumni
    Pippa_Alumni Scope alumni Posts: 5,793 Disability Gamechanger
    Hi @n3wf0und0rder, and a warm welcome to the community!

    Thanks for sharing this with us, and sorry to hear about your recent experiences. Congratulations on winning your tribunal!

    It's clear that you're feeling frustrated at the moment, however please do be mindful of your language: we want the community to be a safe and supportive place for everybody. You can find our community guidelines here.

    You mention seeking support as a disabled dad, and I wondered whether you knew of Gingerbread? They're a great charity who support single parents, and have lots of useful starting advice on this page. I hope this helps, and please do keep in touch and let us know how you're doing.

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