Saturday, June 10, 2017

Dols (deprivation of liberties) isn't working

Disabled people like me depend on Deprivation of Liberties. It is given to disabled people with full mental capacity (people who know what's going on and who can choose for themselves rather than have other people make decisions for them). I have been denied this right. It's not a question of why? It's not even a question.
Deprivation of Liberties doesn't work for me and it should. If you knew how much pain i feel (it is unbearable in the morning, believe me), making my life a little easier is not too much to ask, is it? Instead, this know-it-all quango have decided what i must eat and i'm not happy with it. They have said some horrible things about me. Things i do not agree with. I was shocked and horrified when i read the report they wrote about me. None of it is true. I am a human being who has no right of reply. Because i cannot talk properly they have decided to make an example of me. They are bullies. There's no other word for it.

Describing how i feel right now is something i have difficulty doing. These people have destroyed my life . and haven't had the guts to tell me to my face what they want to deny me.
Going about it the way that they have just goes to show me how useless i am. I'm disabled and in a wheelchair. When will they ever treat me like a human being?
There are three things that people should be aware of which could lead to a stroke;
Too much salt in your diet.
A high blood pressure.
These things i've mentioned can almost certainly kill you. They give people the right to decide for themselves. I gave up smoking four weeks ago. I wish i hadn't bothered now. Why should i be concerned for my own safety when they're not even bothered themselves? Smoking is kiiling my next-door neighbour. His coughing is annoying to listen to.

Having the right to live your life how you want to is a strange one to answer..
it depends who you are. Dols isnt something you should trust. Not anymore, anyway.
There's not many people you can trust when you're disabled. Dols is one of them.

Tread very carefully, there.


  1. I am so sorry. I am also a bit confused. Am I right in thinking that Dols is a government program? If so, there must surely be an appeals program where you can challenge the decisions made for you. I hope there is anyway.

  2. I've appealed to them. Like most of the government programmes they like to ignore you.

  3. It must be so infuriating to have these strangers making very questionable decisions about you and your life. You have done nothing wrong. You are not a prisoner even though it must often feel like you are.

    By the way Kane should have scored a hat trick yesterday. Brilliant free kicks by that jock. What was his name? Griffiths I think. Ugly sod.

  4. It feels like prisoners get better rights than I do. If only I could get legal representation an sue the ass off them.

    I didn't see the goals yesterday, but well done to the under-20s side for winning the World Cup.

    1. Why not contact your local MP voicing your issues? I think he is called David Tredinnick.

  5. Funnily enough I was thinking of contacting him.

    1. It is possible that you could help other people in your situation. You never know. He might champion your cause.

  6. Everything I do is for people in my situation.

  7. Can your wife or adult son, or some other adult you trust, intervene on your behalf? Even if the so-called "experts" have made this determination, your family or friends can speak for you. Write down what they need to know, as you do here, and let them read it. If they aren't able or willing to step in, ask them to at least find you a health advocate who will listen to your concerns and speak on your behalf.

    How people treat you does not make you useful or useless. That is an entirely separate thing. It does say something about them, however.

  8. I read a lot of books, I'm not as thick as they like to portray me.

    Maybe they can do the same thing to Theresa May and pretend she has dementia?there's a thriller. waiting to be written


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