Clip from “Talk” by the Disability Rights Commission (UK)

Posted on 09. Mar, 2011 by Mobility Scooter Batteries in adjustable beds

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25 Responses to “Clip from “Talk” by the Disability Rights Commission (UK)”

  1. manco82

    09. Mar, 2011

    What a fucking bullshit!

  2. Foolishheart12123

    09. Mar, 2011

    This is awesome

  3. telemetry9

    09. Mar, 2011

    RALLY AGAINST CUTS IN BIRMINGHAM ON NOVEMBER 13TH. DISABILITY FOCUSED.
    RALLY AGAINST CUTS Nov 13 Birmingham

    2 pm, NOVEMBER 13th

    CARRS LANE CHURCH, BIRMINGHAM B4 7SX

    Join Disabled People Against Cuts ( DPAC) at an anti-cuts rally.

    The cuts put forward by the coalition government in the budget and Comprehensive Spending Review will hit disabled people disproportionately hard. A recent DEMOS report says that by 2015 disabled people will lose £9bn.

    Add your voices to ours.

  4. lobdet

    09. Mar, 2011

    Challenging projections!
    Great work and yes, I too am disabled.

  5. TheGirlWhoGames

    09. Mar, 2011

    That guy on the elevator outside the building is cute!

  6. MuuzikFan

    09. Mar, 2011

    @telemetry9 Absolutely. It started with Blair & Brown, slowly but surely. For now, its the sick, the disabled, the unemployed. It will not stop there. Wake up, before its too late. Reminiscent of Nazi Germany. It took about twenty years of more of social engineering to culminate in Nazism. Why are the Brits comatosed? There is much more to loose by apathy. The mob will first attack the sick, disabled, elderly, then turn on each other, and perhaps, when too late, the elite.

  7. multiracialbella

    09. Mar, 2011

    @meatballs0 yeah on the original video by DisabilityRightsComm the whole video is in two parts and has subtitles and sign language

  8. jebeja

    09. Mar, 2011

    PosterBrat, This is brilliant thanks for posting, it needs to be shown “worldwide”.

  9. Basenji10100

    09. Mar, 2011

    Great idea for educational purposes.

  10. HerrSpieldose

    09. Mar, 2011

    @Nikkisneeds I have manic depression, just ignore people that pull that stunt on people… they usually do it because they had an alcoholic parent and have a hair across their ass… and to make them feel superior to you… sad pathetic losers really.

  11. HerrSpieldose

    09. Mar, 2011

    he’s a strapping young lad!

  12. telemetry9

    09. Mar, 2011

    Don’t pretend they are actually interested in finding “fraudsters” If they were genuine in doing that they would be after the trillions lost to tax evasion. This is about using the vulnerable as a reason and diversion from the real problems in society. IT is about singling out those who they believe can’t fight back. You don’t pick on the strong.
    I have been fighting this growing fascism – but it is frustrating when so many people believe the daily mail lies about benefits.

  13. telemetry9

    09. Mar, 2011

    Fascism creeps up slowly and insidiously into any society. Germany was not unique. A growing fascism is increasing in Britain. It is fueled by the media and their attacks and misrepresentations of people who are sick and disabled. The popular belief is growing that something needs to be “done” about people on benefits. It is simply another form of blaming those who are vulnerable for the ills of society. It is fascism. Benefit claimant = criminal?

  14. Nikkisneeds

    09. Mar, 2011

    Freebritain1 are you suggesting they just lock us awaw for our own “safety”?

  15. Nikkisneeds

    09. Mar, 2011

    Thank you for trying to help people understand let me know if I can be of service, I am an experienced disabled rights advocate and avid public speaker, keep me posted.

  16. FreeBritain1

    09. Mar, 2011

    And I’ll just reconfirm after that, that this is a brilliant video, which highlights that there is more than one world created by almighty God, for His purpose. May they ‘all’ be respected. Amen

  17. FreeBritain1

    10. Mar, 2011

    I would just like to point out that no-one featured in this video is in serious pain and none of the individuals has a serious, long term illness to manage such as a neurological illness, heart condition and the like which may affect several (or even all) body systems. Some illnesses are far from simple to manage and it is vital for the individual concerned to be allowed to manage their own health in safety.

  18. mamahenrobin

    10. Mar, 2011

    Wonderful!!
    My daughter was in a chair for a year. Even as a child, developed a keen awareness of how the world doesn’t ‘fit’ those with physical challenges..a personal pet peeve,,handi cap toilets,,, for wheelchairs only,, not for mom’s with children,, =) I love the training here for nurse’s that requires a few days in a chair, without ability to verbally communicate, giving a sense of what their patients are experiencing!
    Well done PosterBrat and Thank You!

  19. FreeBritain1

    10. Mar, 2011

    Brilliant video!
    Disabled or sick? Problems with dwp or any public body or organisation?
    The equalities and human rights commsion is collecting evidence. Please respond with your experience/s. This is very important.

  20. FreeBritain1

    10. Mar, 2011

    Disabled or sick? Problems with dwp or any public body or organisation?
    The equalities and human rights commsion is collecting evidence. Please respond with your experience/s. This is very important.

  21. MYPOWERTUTOR

    10. Mar, 2011

    @Mremma14567 truth I am agree

  22. JonahTorn

    10. Mar, 2011

    Happy Tourettes Awareness Month! (May 15 – June 15.)

  23. Verbalbangz

    10. Mar, 2011

    disabled faggots shouldnt have rights, they are scum

  24. meatballs0

    10. Mar, 2011

    Hi absolutely love this. But I was so dissapointed with the fact that there were no subtitles so that my friend who is deaf could also enoy it ! Does anyone nknow if there is a subtitled version please. Thanks

  25. Mremma14567

    10. Mar, 2011

    WERE ARE THE JOBS?
    Interview – ha! The employers (INCLUDING the government) through my application in the trash.
    We don’t need more “funny” advertisements or more “awareness” – we need solutions.