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M@C
27 Dec 09 09:15
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Yes, our crazy benefits system pay these lazy barstads £37 k a year. The working man would need to earn £51k to take home this much.

Message to all youngsters,

Forget a career, no need for ambition, just, Vote labour and keep on S H A G G I N G, you will be rich I tell ya ;-)
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Report chopper9 December 27, 2009 10:20 AM GMT
After hundreds of thousands of years of development of the human race, "Great" Britain has managed to reverse the evolutionary process.
Report Mister E December 27, 2009 10:24 AM GMT
Remiscant of the Pyramid system.

The offspring of Benefits families are following in the family business.And so it spreads.

Dull, pointless lives, no ambition or real interests, a feeling of hopelessness passed down the generations.

A shocking reflection on those who think a fairer society constitutes helping themselves to all they can carry, and throwing a few quid in the general direction of those nearer the bottom of the pile.

All the time they are liable for INCOME Tax while earning the Minimum Wage , a numbed existence on Benefits remains attractive for some.
Report master of multys December 27, 2009 11:06 AM GMT
had this been a asian family fat charlie would have made 3 threads by now
Report subversion December 27, 2009 11:22 AM GMT
where would we be without master of multys to bring race into every single thread he posts in
Report master of multys December 27, 2009 11:25 AM GMT
subversion 27 Dec 12:22
where would we be without master of multys



in sheer disarray obviously
Report unbiased December 27, 2009 11:37 AM GMT
Well,just to shut a few up,when interviewed a few years ago an Asian immigrant and his wife openly said that they could not believe that you are paid for each child in numerous ways and would therefore be producing a large family,so they were very happy to be in England.
Regardless of where you are from the system is wrong.
Report Marxist-Leninist December 27, 2009 11:48 AM GMT
such an interview would have greatest a massive stir in the red tops, not to mention the Mail and the Express. Can you post a link to it please?
Report treetop December 27, 2009 11:59 AM GMT
I feel himble to be able to ocntribute to the happiness of so many people by contributing to their benefits pot whilst they are busy s*****g instead of working.
Report Iwantyourmoney December 27, 2009 12:03 PM GMT
The family should be forced to work otherwise face a long stint in jail. Even if it is cleaning the drains FOC

The luvvies would not agree to that, he would get a million compo for hurt feelings

:( :(
Report Ronaldinho's dentist December 27, 2009 12:44 PM GMT
I hate this type of situation but its a situation politicians and society have largely contributed to, they have created a bug ugly greedy parasite
Report Tallywagger. December 27, 2009 12:49 PM GMT
Would have to pay to have kids if I were running the show.
Report Larry's Codpiece. December 27, 2009 1:13 PM GMT
Mister E

For a leftie you aren't a bad sort but until people like you get the fact that there are hundreds of thousands perhaps even millions of people who aren't "numbed" by such a situation. They don't feel humiliated, abject, hopeless or whatever other emotive term you may care to throw out.

For many, not all, not only is a life on benefits a better option than working but it is a perfectly comfortable and happy existence.
Report Mister E December 27, 2009 2:59 PM GMT
For many, not all, not only is a life on benefits a better option than working but it is a perfectly comfortable and happy existence.

agree 100% .
When we have a financial system that TAXES people on minimum wage, and dishes out benefits, people will opt for benefits, and the generation that they raise will see it as a way of life.
Report subversion December 27, 2009 3:01 PM GMT
of course Mister E, the other possibility is that the benefits are just too damned generous
Report Larry's Codpiece. December 27, 2009 3:34 PM GMT
Both of you are right. People on minimum wage shouldn't be paying any tax on their income and benefits are too generous in a large number of cases.
Report Big Charlie December 27, 2009 11:18 PM GMT
Benefits are taxable.
Report master of multys December 27, 2009 11:28 PM GMT
you would know you fat lazy cnut
Report whodareswins December 27, 2009 11:35 PM GMT
Some are, but very few benefits are, too generous. Under 25s get less than £55 JSA or ESA, but still have to pay all household bills except rent and council tax, but will still have to pay mortgage if they have one. A lot of people will spend that on one meal.
Minimum Wage earners can claim WTCs if they are over 25 or have a disability or dependents. So they pay tax on their wage, but get more back through WTCs.
Report V4 Vendetta December 28, 2009 6:14 AM GMT
whodareswins 28 Dec 00:35

but will still have to pay mortgage if they have one.


Of course.
Report noddys ryde December 28, 2009 9:16 AM GMT
wonder if they play truant?
Report noddys ryde December 28, 2009 9:16 AM GMT
wonder if they play truant?
Report Mister E December 28, 2009 9:24 AM GMT
subversion 27 Dec 16:01
of course Mister E, the other possibility is that the benefits are just too damned generous

In the case quoted I agree sub.
The Incapacity Benefits system misses the target in a lot of cases as well.
My niece who is a single mother wanted to return to work part time after breat cancer; and was worse off.
"Thinking the unthinkable" was a move in the right direction, unfortunately Blair jettisoned it and Frank field, because he wanted to win two more elections.
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