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Subject: THE APPEAL
Date: Wed, 6 Nov 2013 12:41:54 +0000
Hoxton LM DMA
Nine Elms Lane
Tel: 020 7749 7151
Dear Mrs L Campbell DMA Business Manager,
Thank you for your letter dated 4th November 2013.
I am a Black person, IC3, B9, BEUR. Please see attached colour, "tangible", illustrated British Government Race and Ethnicity Codes sent to you by post for you to feel.
I am making an appeal against the 4 decisions made on the following dates:
"When considering whether a person is actively seeking employment it is not enough that they simply take steps to find employment. The steps must be effective affording the best prospect of securing employment."
When considering whether a person is a White Supremacist Racist, it is not enough that one simply accepts what is said or written by the person to give the impression that they might not be Racist. Any steps taken must be effective affording the best prospect of securing their Racial identity, state of mind and environmental factors that could be impacting their behaviour.
1. Are you Mrs L Campbell a White person? (IC1 White / North European or IC2 Dark / South European)
2. Are you Mrs L Campbell a Racist? (Yes or No)
3. What procedures are in place to protect Black people from the impact of White Supremacist Racists on the decision making processes in the Department for Work and Pensions? (Documents)
"Your assertion, that your jobsearch was limited because as a black person you are discriminated against, is just that - a bare assertion unsupported by tangible evidence."
4. What would you consider to be "tangible evidence" of the impact of White Supremacist Racist discrimination on a Black persons' jobsearch activities?
The White Supremacist Racists have the smartest, cleverest, most sophisticated, most deceptive, most ruthless and most powerful members club / network in the known world.
Black and non-white people have been made stupid, dizzy, deluded, confused and severely retarded about what Racism is and how Racism works as a result of White Supremacist Racist conditioning since childhood.
The POWER of White Supremacist Racist people is being neutralised, by the Race Equality Secret Service (RESS) working together with the Black National Party (BNP), in a civilised, orderly, non-violent, dignified and peaceful manner to put aside, White Supremacist Racist pride, world wide as we know we should, for the greater good, in the neighbourhood.
If you check the facts against the clock you will see that the White Supremacist Racists are losing power and getting weaker every 24 hours as a result of the valuable and magnificent work being done by the members of the impregnable Race Equality Secret Service (RESS) and the invincible Black National Party (BNP) working from the Moral High Ground in righteousness, glory and majesty.
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Is there anybody out there who cares?
David Lammy calls on govt to abolish job centres
In an address given today (November 6) at Swanlea School in Whitechapel, east London, the Tottenham MP called on the government to abolish JobCentre Plus, citing the figure of nearly 1.5 million young people being out of work.
Lammy, who served as Higher Education and Skills minister in the previous Labour government argued that local authorities need to tailor services to individual needs when helping people find jobs, and break its “damaging link between benefit-processing” and identifying work for the unemployed.
He said: “Our job centres do not work for young people. The system is broken and it is time for us to fix it. It is not the advisers’ fault – it is just the nature of the beast. But it is a beast that we must slay.
“The JobCentre Plus system is tired, clunking, and poorly placed to meet the changing needs of young people in a fast-changing labour market.
We cannot fix the local causes of unemployment with a one-size-fits-all national programme – it is time to get rid of job centres for young people.
“We need a system which emphasises young people’s potential for work, not their need for benefits.
“Our young people are entrepreneurial. They are creative. They are flexible. They are everything our job centres are not.”
Lammy spoke about the wider implications and long-term effects on people who remain out of a job, and added: “Unemployment scars young people for life, leading to lower earnings, lower self-esteem and worse physical and mental health for life, not just for the period of unemployment.
“It is time to wake up and realise that the shame is on us. We have allowed unemployed young people to be seen as a problem to be solved, rather than potential to be nurtured.
“We need programmes that seek to integrate young people into the job market, rather than see them become increasingly isolated from it.
“We cannot afford not to do this. Our generation of politicians will be judged on how we rise to this challenge. If we carry on doing the same thing, we will get the same results. It is time to end job centres.”
Lammy’s criticism of government policy on youth unemployment comes after speculation that he is considering running to be Labour’s candidate for the 2016 London mayoral election.
A spokesperson for the Department for Work and Pensions said: “We are absolutely determined to do everything possible to help young people into work and give them the best chance in life.
"Every day, Jobcentre Plus advisers up and down the country are successfully helping young people realise their aspiration to move off benefits and into work."
They added: "Through the Youth Contract we've hugely increased the number of work experience placements and apprenticeships to give young people the help they need to find a job, and by offering employers wage incentives worth up to £2,275 we are helping businesses to take them on.
"It's really encouraging that there are 79,000 fewer young people claiming Jobseeker's Allowance than there were in 2010, and that the number has been falling for the last 16 months.”