I think I need to begin this blog by clarifying my use of the word ‘hate’ as I don’t use it lightly. The Oxford English Dictionary defines it as having an intense dislike or strong aversion towards someone, which pretty much actually summarises my feelings towards David Cameron.How tolerant of others’ views you are, Laurence!
Furthermore, I cannot think of another human being that I would apply this word to.Really? Not one single human being on the planet?
Sure, there are certainly tyrants and evil dictators around in the world today, but none of them have the negative impact on people like me that Dave has.Ah. I see. It’s all about YOU…
Way before the election hype and the unholy partnership of the Coalition Government, the writing was already on the wall for us disabled people. Some naïve people initially assumed that, as someone who had a disabled son, we should expect some empathy and support from Dave.‘He was supposed to be one of us! He was supposed to give us special privileges!’
…it was at the beginning of this year that Dave showed his true colours and revealed the disdain with which he regards us disabled people, by describing Commons heckling by Ed Balls as like “having someone with Tourette’s sitting opposite you“. This disgusting behaviour from the leader of our country confirmed the worst suspicions of millions of disabled people.Those millions for whom Laurence feels entitled to speak, because he just knows that they all think and feel the same way as himself. They must do..!
And if you’re thinking that this sounds an awful lot like the stuff the race activists churn out, well, it seems there’s one more point of similarity:
A couple of weeks ago Harriet Harman said that Conservatives cannot be feminists. I’d go one further and argue that disabled people cannot be Conservatives.Ah. Yes, since they clearly are, they must be whatever the equivalent of an 'Uncle Tom' is...