Vox Political: 30,000 People Killed in 2015 alone by the Tories

Mike also has a powerful piece from the social media, giving the number of people killed by the Tories’ austerity policy in 2015: 30,000. The person posting this compares it with the 30 people murdered by terrorists this year. That’s 30.

It’s 30 too many, but its less than the numbers killed by the Tories by a factor of a thousand.

And that was only in 2015.

The source of the stats for those killed by Tory inflicted poverty is not a blogger, but Oxford University. And so, the person who posted this concluded, it’s the Tories you should be terrified of.

And Kanjin Tor, from whom the Tweet comes, states that the right-wing is immune to facts.

See: http://voxpoliticalonline.com/2017/06/08/tories-killed-30000-in-a-single-year-vote-labour/

Mike and other bloggers like him, such as Johnny Void, DPAC, Another Angry Voice and Stilloaks, to name only a few, have covered the numbers of people killed by cuts to welfare benefits, inflicted by Ian Duncan Smith, Damian Green and the Esther McVie, the Wicked Witch of the Wirral. They have put names to face, and produced artwork and videos commemorating them.

And this does not include the people, who’ve died through cuts in medical or social care, but simply through being thrown off benefit. And the numbers there were horrific enough.

If we assume that the Tories are killing 30,000 people a year, then it means that since 2015 another 45,000 or so have died, in addition to the 30,000 that year.

This cannot go on for another five years.

Stop the carnage. Stop the deaths. Vote Labour.

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3 Responses to “Vox Political: 30,000 People Killed in 2015 alone by the Tories”

  1. Jeffrey Davies Says:

    30000 x 7 years 210000 now that’s some figure action t4 they now passed the Nazi figures

    • Florence Says:

      True. Now May wants to abolish human right protection. Of course.

    • Beastrabban Says:

      Yes, Jeffrey, but no-one wants to call it what is – the genocide of the disabled.

      And yes, Florence, you’re right, and it’s almost inevitable that May wants to abolish the protection of human rights. Just like Cameron and Clegg, Blair and there were murmurings about it under Thatcher and Major.

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