Vox Political: Oxfam Criticised by Charity Commission as ‘Political’ – BBC

Over on Vox Political, Mike reports an item by the BBC that states that a tweet by Oxfam has been criticised for being possibly misconstrued as political campaigning by the Charities Commission. The offending tweet links the growth in poverty to zero hours contracts, high prices, benefit cuts, unemployment and child care costs. Mike’s article is entitled Oxfam criticised by charities watchdog over poverty tweet – BBC News, and is at http://voxpoliticalonline.com/2014/12/21/oxfam-criticised-by-charities-watchdog-over-poverty-tweet-bbc-news/.

This isn’t the first time the forces of the Right have been gunning for the Charity. Way back in the 1980s, according to Lobster, the Belgian intelligence services had the charity under surveillance because they thought it was a Communist organisation. At the same time over here, the Freedom Association, the extreme Right-wing organisation that campaigns for more freedom for the rich, and slavery for everyone else, also complained to the Charity Commission that Oxfam broke the rules about charity’s political neutrality.

It should be obvious that people are being forced into poverty, and frequently desperate poverty, through all the factors named in Oxfam’s tweet. However, as this fortnight’s Private Eye stated, the Tories still deny that benefit cuts is responsible for the rise in poverty. And so because it mentions the facts the government wants to hide, the Charities Commission has judged it is ‘political’.

This shows the true totalitarian nature of the government, where even charities and independent organisations must repeat the government line through pressure and a process of Gleichschaltung, ‘co-ordination’, like that exerted by the Nazis to make sure that all the private associations, corporations and even charities in Germany reflected and carried out the ideology and policies of the Nazi party.

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One Response to “Vox Political: Oxfam Criticised by Charity Commission as ‘Political’ – BBC”

  1. Chris Says:

    Someone turning 60 from 2013 that lost the state pension payout by the rise in retirement age, is liable to the same benefit losses and sanctions of all ages, despite the fact the government is calling a surplus since 2013 the non-paid state pension from a full and
    ring fenced National Insurance Fund.

    The flat rate pension brings about NIL STATE PENSION FOR LIFE for huge numbers of
    women born from 1953 and men born from 1951
    and actually is less not more state pension (lots of small print) to the already lowest state pension of all rich nations bar poor Mexico.

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