Saturday, 27 June 2009

Parasites kill Host


It had to happen. When you pay people to sit at home all day, guess what they will do?

We have now reached the stage where those who toil, those who sacrifice their effort, those who risk their own capital and their own time to earn money to finance their dreams are no longer able to finance those who choose to do fuck all.

The State now gives out more in benefits than the remainder of us can earn.


Deadly parasites are now sucking the very life blood from the host and are well on the way to killing it.

Education and the NHS take less than our army of bloated welfarers take in “benefits” to fund their idleness and buy their votes to keep 300 odd Labour MPs in comfy jobs.

300 Labour MP’s are feeding the parasites that are killing us a deadly £164 BILLION a year, stolen with menaces from hardworking taxpayers so that they can retire in comfort. They are stealing even more than we can earn and handing it out to the feckless just to keep their power, regardless of the consequences to our society.

Revolution time.

37 comments:

Damo Mackerel said...

Also factor in the public sector pay bill and pensions to get the bigger picture.

AntiCitizenOne said...

It cannot be long now before it all implodes.

With the punishment for success scheem failing to fund the reward for failure scheme things will go downhill pretty fast.

Fidothedog said...

The system is screwed.

An army of jobsworths in the public sector, all kept voting Labour by the threat of baby eating Tories.

A public which in part has given up on the political process.

Sure with regards the underclass there are the pikeys, the chavs and suffers of bad backs who milk the system. All the while doing jobs on the side.

Sadly Gordon through his taxes and inept skills has thrown millions out of work.

These are the real losers, the ones who lose their homes, who see their families split up, who unlike the scroungers don't know what they are entitled to or how to play it.

Then we have the politicians, who see MP3 players, tellys as perks of office. The same bastards who will stand there and condemn the benefits cheat whilst "forgetting" some tax or other.

Gordon said...

Seems the 10% cut in some departments (3% overall, I think), is not going to be anywhere near enough. I knew we were approaching bancruptcy, but this is insane. Are you sure it's not some big government con to say we are in so much trouble that cutting taxes will never even be thinkable in the next 20 years? (I'm only half joking)

Anonymous said...

It's like breeding mosquitos. These people aren't only being allowed to breed they are actively being encouraged to breed. What effect is this going to have on the gene pool over a couple of generations?

Anonymous said...

mercifully,many of these leeches are just too idle to vote. Maybe they are smarter than I think they are,and they have sussed out the tories won't change a thing,because,in reality, they are the same party.
Urban11

Anonymous said...

one thing I havn't figured out is as the government spends far more than they confiscate off us who out there is stupid enough to lend them the defecit?
Urban11

Anonymous said...

I think 10% actually means that all we will have left to spend on anything will be 10% of the current spending.
My family are leaving UK in September as we can see it is just about to fall over the edge and down in to hell.
UK is fucked forever.
Kxll Brown

BNP guido refugee said...

I wish I could argue that things are not really that bad.....but I can't.

How fucking depressing !

Is it too late for the UK to be saved from the freeloaders ?

Anonymous said...

And it is not going to get any better.THAT is the sad thing.

micented said...

This is what you get when our elected representatives absolve themselves of their responsibilities to us and to the nation. Parliament isn't doing it's job. The Government departments run themselves and have been led to believe they each have a blank cheque.

No one with authority is prepared to say STOP!

Labour have run out of our money. Again.

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

The tax credit shambles is a disgrace too. It pays people not to work! In my work, we are akways asking guys to do extra shifts, increase contract hours etc. Most refuse because they get tax credits, which means they get paid for sitting on their arse!

http://tinyurl.com/n365tk

Rab C. Nesbitt said...

May I introduce my extended family...

http://tinyurl.com/m9ozpk

Costello said...

We're cunted.

Katabasis said...

OK - this is where I start to feel gut level, and very real fear about my economic prospects and well being.

Harri said...

Going by the "shop a benefit cheat" adverts on British television , they all appear to be...white ?

The UK is well and truly on the rocky road to further ruin.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous said:
"My family are leaving UK in September as we can see it is just about to fall over the edge and down in to hell. UK is fucked forever. Kxll Brown"

Exactly, we left six months ago, the UK is doomed. :-(

Call me Infidel said...

Don't panic. Labour will as they always have in the past cut the military budget. Trident? Not anymore. New aircraft carriers? Don't need those now. Why worry the EU with their vast military resources will protect us. Won't they?

Harri said...

The French Nation tried and failed miserably, the Spanish tried and got slaughtered , the Germans had a go ( twice ) and they suffered the same fate?

And in the end, all it took was a lying Socialist one eyed mad Jock and a mincer ... to defeat England and bring it to its knees?

FFS !

mikey said...

Gordon Brown. You are a cunt. A useless, retarded, self regarding, vile, stinking, fabian, shitcunt bastard. I and millions of others pray for the day you die a lonely and very painful death. Fuck you, fuck you to hell. In other news I helped a little old lady across the road earlier....

Anonymous said...

This time, don't listen to the lawyers, just carry on killing the fascist bastards untill they are all gone.
They don't like habeous corpus, so we won't give it to them.

Wankers

Anonymous said...

Come on Mikey, tell us what you really think of GB !

Anonymous said...

There are hundreds of thousands of very highly skilled people who would love to work but this government wont let them because it has taken bribes to allow foreigners on work permits and ‘intra company transfers’ to displace them. If the displaced people try to get jobs elsewhere they are told they are ‘too old’ or ‘over qualified’! Eventually, despite trying to keep their skills up-to-date they end up being told that they have ‘no recent commercial experience’. Inevitably, many will run into financial problems and credit checks that are performed when making a job application end their chances.

All these problems could be solved will a minimal amount of expenditure; will it: NEVER.

Anonymous said...

Play them at their own game. If you don't get a job because you're 'too old' or 'too experienced' then file case in employment tribunal under age discrimination legislation. It's easy to do & you don't have to be employed by company discriminating.

Anonymous said...

Phil Oakley's let himself go a bit has'nt he.

NuTory said...

Yeah!

I've got no time for these bone idle scroungers. They spend all day reading extreme blogs and writing racist comments, while we have to pay for the feckless shits.
Bastards.

Anonymous said...

Fucking dole scum, turn them into soap, and as for her trio of bastard mulatto's, it a crime against nature.

Foos Yer Doos said...

I always think about that film Idiocracy (or some such) when reading articles such as these, worth a watch if you haven't seen it.

When I read about the 20's and the struggle working class people had to start to bring in these benefits for the genuinely needy and impoverished I'm sickened at what it has turned into, our forebears must be turning in their graves at what Britain has become.

Anonymous said...

It’s disgraceful, if they wont work they should simply be allowed to starve. I’m sure most of the people commenting on here would have no problem stepping over the emaciated and dying. Such a shame that in order to do that it would be necessary to withdraw from participation in the rest of the world a bit like North Korea or Zimbabwe.

Anonymous said...

Socialist cunt Brown - the fucker needs to be strung up! Lying, hypocritical piece of shit.

james pain said...

connect2employment, challenger house, london e1 1ee

you'd better believe it. i'm four weeks into a mandatory new deal course run by working links, the government-dependent employment agency (shares owned 25/25/25/25 by cap gemini, mission australia, manpower and the shareholder executive, which is a branch of the government). this company would not survive without the lucrative new deal contracts which the jobcentre habitually slips its way - in other words, the government, through its bank-corrupt economic policies, creates raw unemployed material for working links to process into piles of stinking cash for themselves. working links helps the government create the false impression that claimants of jobseeker's allowance are signing-off from the unemployment register when, in fact, many are being demeaned by senseless seminars and hopeless jobsearch regimes. gone are the days when a stretch on new deal might contain the delights of an enticing web-design or other information-tecnology-oriented course (contracted-out to a specially-tailored training provider), now we have the new-generation 'in-house' working-linctus medication of motivational party-games, psychobubble and squeaky-clean presentation, all washed down with a hunt-the-pin-job-in-a-besieged-labour-market-competition - where the winner earns the right to pin his hopes on the arse-end of 3 million unemployed. but beware if you are computer-illiterate, because, one-third of the way through this mental endurance-test, i am still helping co-students set up e-mail addresses and perform basic word-processing tasks - the tutors, of course, being too busy checking time-sheets and attendance-registers to assist with such banalities. we were initially threatened with the prospect of instantaneous work-placements, the fundamental raison d'ĂȘtre of this 13-week outward-bound extravaganza, however most of us are yet to be placed, and remain under strict surveillance 'in the ward' - a special-forces job-ferret was deployed amongst us for one afternoon, but sadly failed to budge the blockage in the system, and so, along with the two newly-inducted groups which succeeded us, we are now playing musical-chairs around twelve fun-censored computers which disallow access to facebook, myspace, guido fawkes, iain dale, blogspot etc, but strangely allow access to labourhome...in short, if more of us are not placed in voluntary, enforced or other types of unpaid and soulless graft in the very near future, working links will be obliged to build a brand new warehouse in which to hide us all.

james pain said...

connect2employment, challenger house, london e1 1ee (continued)

i just thank my lucky stars that my arithmetic is not up to scratch for the ethical operations of ladbrokes - a firm into which working links is most keen to shovel people. many of the tutors are under the illusion that clients would be flocking to this course, even if attendance were not mandatory for the receipt of one's fortnightly dole-that-is-not-dole-cheque, but i sincerely doubt this...in fact, tutors spend a disproportionate amount of their time checking up on attendance and demanding written-proof for periods of absence - lateness being punishable by a judgment of 'half-day unauthorized absence', an over-abundance of which would result in the loss of benefits...sorry 'training allowance'. unfortunately, my tutor, a mr robin morris, became so obsessed with time-keeping that he recently threatened us with the loss of one unauthorized life for any arrival after 09.30hrs, no matter what the problems we encountered with transport - and as a consequence, my time-sheet read a clean 09.30hrs for every single day, except for occasions where bob crow granted extraordinary dispensation of course...but despite mr morris not being our tutor for the first week, tube strikes in the second, him being on holiday in hungary for the third week, my superhuman efforts in the fourth week, and never actually noting any specific morning when he saw me slope in at an immoral hour, he nevertheless deemed my punctuality as incompatible with my written record...according to his general observation...and refused to sign my time-sheet...i was duly escorted into a room where i found myself alone save for the company of himself and his line-manager, a certain paul crookendale, and they both proceeded to insult my integrity for a full hour (16.30 - 17.30hrs), after which i pointed out that it was they that were receiving the extremely generous salaries for bullying the unemployed...and all thanks to the tax-payer.

i'm 'in' for administration by the way.

james pain said...

connect2employment, challenger house, london e1 1ee

ps:

to be fair, we were once permitted to enter a time on our attendance-sheet (16.30hrs) which was incompatible with our time of departure (15.00hrs), but this was because it was friday afternoon and the staff all wanted to get off down to the pub to celebrate someone leaving the office...

other gripes:

we were forced to fight for the right to use a proper gents/ladies toilet rather than use one disabled facility between the multitude of clients, whilst the staff have toilets for their exclusive use...

clients are not permitted to use the staff kitchen and are provided with one kettle which can only be placed on and plugged into the floor...bit dangerous...like all the other trailing wires in the premises...tea bags and coffee stocks have not been replenished since the second week...coffee from the reception-desk is now rationed to 2 cups a day per client...

i believe that 'working links' are paid £3000 per client, a sum which they receive 'up-front' - regardless of whether the client finds employment, does not find empoyment, or bails out of the course through boredom. if these facts are inaccurate i will be happy to stand corrected.

james pain said...

seatless gripes

while i'm at it, i would also like to make a formal observation regarding the absence of chairs around the public telephone points at hackney jobcentre, mare street. this building formerly had four telephones for public use, but this number was doubled when the jobcentre was refurbished and combined with the dwp income support office. although the provision is still inadequate, the new booths were designed with shelves at a level suitable for seated persons and chairs were provided. when it became apparent that the queue for telephones was unbearably long, the manager, being a caring sort of chappy, decided to remove the chairs in order to discourage claimants from making over-long comfortable telephone complaints to his dear department - the distressing result is that the shelves are far too low and one must bend over at great discomfort when dialling or writing. however, i do not worry myself unduly on account of this unfortunate situation as i am confident that the jobcentre would never implement a policy which would be in breach of health and safety regulations.

job protectionism

at hackney jobcentre, there are computerized jobpoints on both the ground and first floor - the jobpoints on the ground floor being permanently over-subscribed, whilst those on the first floor are largely unused. sadly, one is not permitted to use the jobpoints on the first floor unless deemed a 'new deal claimant' and zealous security guards keenly bar access to the first floor to foil any improper jobsearching. in fact, no matter the length of the queues for jobpoints on the ground floor, job-security-guards will threaten ejection by police if one does not desist from such unauthorized behaviour. i have even had the experience of a security guard religiously and repeatedly cancelling the screen every time i attempted to make a search on it, whilst another guard insulted me on the grounds of my inability to follow instructions and my despicable jobless status - the second character fault being a direct consequence of the first, in his considered opinion. the specialist insulter jobguard proceeded to puff himself up and promote himself as a role-model employee who would never question any order given him, or its validity. i have to admit that i was quite impressed, and presume that he would have tackled any armed job-bank raider if the need had ever arisen - regardless of any personal risk to life and limb. in retrospect, i must eternally thank him from saving me from myself and from perpetrating any foolhardy, delinquent acts of which i would later have felt deeply ashamed.

Anonymous said...

Proceed to the "executive" toilets.

Jerk off and splatter your man fat on their precious toilet seat.

Adopt a knowing smug grin while having to suffer theirs.

paul said...

I look forward to seeing this new company you will be starting up requiring a workforce of 3 million paying above effective benifit wages in the current economic situation.
You cant just say, "no more handouts, get a job" if there are no jobs to get unless you want a return of Victorian England.

dahl raita said...

If "new" Labour had closed the tax loopholes (est. by M. Thatcher), which enabled the very rich to pay less tax than a char woman this wouldn't have happened.
For christ's sake, we live in a society where a tramp who buys ten fags from the money given to him, paid more tax than the dubiously selected Lord who greatly funded the Tories election.

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