Yes folks A4e can cure impotence. After all they’ve been fucking the poor for years so they should have picked up a few tips.
Poverty pimps A4e’s community pages are a wealth of vital information. Learn such inspirational snippets such as “Try to drink water during the day, as this is unbelievably healthy.”
A4e appear to be planning to save the proles from themselves with lots of handy tips available. Unplanned pregnancy?
“Firstly, you need to think long and hard about whether or not continuing with the pregnancy is the right thing for you or not. Try not to be swayed by the opinions of those around you, it is your body and your decision whether or not to have a baby.” – here
Subtext, have an abortion then get a job.
A4e seem to be extending their remit into handling personal issues as the recent diagnosis of alcoholism in the first episode of Channel 4’s Benefit Busters reveals. On their website A4e have advice on mental health problems:
“For those people who do not want to go to their doctor you can also get help with mental health issues from A4e. By contacting A4e you can speak to someone who will be able to let you know the places you can go for help and advice on dealing with mental health issues. You will not be judged in any way and you will be able to benefit from knowing that there are organisations that can help you overcome your mental health issues. If you or someone you know is struggling with their mental health you can contact the doctor or speak to someone at A4e and start to see things more clearly.”
“Whilst ultimately it is up to the individual to decide whether or not they would like to use alternative therapies to fight cancer, you should always speak to your doctor before doing so. So for more information on alternative therapies you can speak to Cancer Research UK, your GP, your hospital or A4e.”
and how to be happy:
“For more help and information on ways to be happy you can also speak to one of the advisers at A4e who can get you in touch with groups or services in your area that could be of use to you. Before you know it you’ll be back on the road to being happy once again.”
Perhaps after moving in on the community legal advice sector, A4e now have plans to inflict themselves on public health and social work.
Emma Harrison has big plans for the A4e community website:
“Eventually all staff, all customers will be on there – and anyone else around the world who wants to share information that relates to ‘improving people’s lives.’ My vision? – The biggest community in the world committed to improving people’s lives – theirs and others.”
She writes on her pitiful blog.
At present only A4e staff and detainees seem to be allowed to register, but you can post comments, which may or may not be published.