It's not just UK who has the benefit scroungers.
Posting your populist rubbish again?
Proof? Facts? Articles? Research? Sources? Links?
Most of the class consists of women who have rich husbands and dont need to work so on paper they are unemployed, and the rest of the class are stock market traders who have no job to speak of but still turn up to school in berand new lexus'.
Most people who are on benefits have no higher education, will never recieve any higher education because it's too expensive, and therefore, they will not be very likely to find a job, since society is demanding much higher qualifications. Most people who are on benefits did not choose to end up on benefits, and seriously, your rubbish about a few ex-stock market traders? Here's a reality check for you: Most people who are on benefits can't even feed their children anymore! You're just grasping at straws here, taking a few individual cases, (People who've been well off I might add!) and apply the same characteristics to every person who is claiming benefits? I'm sorry, but that's ridiculous, and a goddamn lie.
As benefits grow better in Poland, we are gonig to see the same thing happening here
Let me spell it out for you in simple ABC, because even a four year old could probably understand this:
Higher benefits = Higher minimal wage = More consumerism.
I will explain the current economical climate for you: We have an upper-class banking society which is spending virtual money. The ultra-rich spend most of their fortunes on their own luxury and pleasure. Some of this money gets invested, but I'm afraid that most of this money only circulates in the upper echelons of society. This money doesn't buy drinks in ordinary bars, doesn't buy clothes in the average stores, and doesn't do nothing for average Joe and Joanne. Quite the contrary. Average Joe and Joanne now have to pay
more taxes for those who traded
money, and I don't have to tell anyone they've screwed up big time. We all know that, don't we?
Benefits? Anyone who has a brain bigger than a peanut will understand that benefits are the least of our concerns. Do you want to know what subsidized Villas in Holland cost us every year? Nine billion Euro. Every year. I'm also paying taxes for that. Now we have a crisis, and where do they look for money? Exactly, they're not looking at the subsidized Villas. No, they're looking at people who already have nothing, because God forbid we look at our own spoiled selves, and our own subsidized Villas. Jeez, the money they want to draw from the benefit system doesn't even equal the half of what they could draw from the subsidized housing! Holland wants to tax working class with 18 billion Euro in the next few years.
Well, a simple calculation: If you get rid of the subsidized Villas, you'll have your 18 billion Euro within two years. You should know that most of these people can afford to pay their Villas without help easily, and those who can't, well, too bad, I guess theyre going to have to be content with living in a big house they can afford then. Is that so bad? 70% of the people can't even afford *those* houses. It shouldn't be our problem if some spoiled brat wants to live and spend above his or her own standards, especially not at the expense of people who didn't choose
to be on benefits.
Thank you for reading. You don't have to agree with everything, but I know I'm making a very strong point here.