Conservative leader David Cameron set out his policy for forcing the poor back into 'community based' jobs today
The conservative policy of cutting those off who don't have anything and taxing people below the 'Toff line' into poverty and into community based work projects was launched today.
"We just can't have poor people on benefits being paid to do nothing we should instead force them to work in camps to earn the money for food we give them, the occasional death would not be a problem because we would introduce complete poor people recycling. Hair, clothing, and personal possessions would be ploughed back into the system to help others" he also said "This idea will encourage or even force those on benefit to work within the community to 'give something back' for the social security payments we give out, in a constructive and educational way"
When he was asked where he got the idea for this system of population management from he said 'This was trialled in Germany when they were suffering a recession, and with great success they managed to get over 10 million poor people rehabilitated in only 7 years there results were amazing'
We approached the European think tank that developed this strategy the National Anti-Social Institute or 'NASI' group, For the exact results of there 1937 to 1945 trial but they did not comment quoting 'due to pending legal action against us in Nuremberg, Germany we are unable to comment at this time'.