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Commerce House,
England, Greater London
United Kingdom

Category: Online Scams

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+44 208 141 4426
Commerce House,
6 London Street
London , England, Greater London
United Kingdom – W21HR
Mon10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tue10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Wed10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Thu10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Fri10:00 AM – 6:00 PM

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People with disabilities

This website has recently been flooded with complaints from Group 2 people with disabilities diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 2019. Pauls Perthh Hospital, both about the traffic in Melbourne, which does not know how to transport the disabled and does not inform him about the night transport, and about the maxima seller, who - the disabled of the 2nd group (!). Even the staff of the Phoenix winner, who refuses to allow two disabled people to spend the night in the "winner" premises! - 3. A group of disabled people from Ugale, who have received donations for the purchase of hearing aids since childhood and even declared themselves in Melbourne "in order to be able to use public transport free of charge" (quote). Both of these individuals position themselves as people who help people with disabilities to integrate into society, and the question now arises: if they themselves are unable to integrate into society in a semi-normal way, will they be able to help others? She writes, "All the money goes to medicine to make many little ones look like one of you. " Then the question arises, if you already want to look and feel so much like ordinary people, then why demand a different treatment? Maybe it's worth deciding what you really want to be: normal people whose missed traffic is a daily occurrence, not a tragedy who can call the seller to the maximum, rather than waiting for someone to notice them standing aside, or those you are: disabled people who are unable to take full care of themselves and blame in their misfortunes all who have not done anything to their liking. If you want to stick to the second option, then at least hang a poster "I'm disabled" on your neck, because no one already sees the certificate in your pocket and say that she has multiple sclerosis, or he falls asleep at the counter,because there is a deaf ordinary person can not and maximas salesmen, bus drivers and phoenix winning staff are not clairvoyant. It is undeniable that people with disabilities need to be much stronger than others, and some are able to do so, but some, like vladlats (diabetes), are only able to bow and bile over the heads of others.


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