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Do we need to cut spending on benefits? Yes! By how much? By a third!

Yesterday I came across a quote from the fragrant Angela Merkel which encapsulated the self-inflicted economic catastrophe that is engulfing many European countries. Apologies if you already know it. The great hausfrau has repeatedly said  “The EU has 7% of the World’s population; 24% of the GDP; and 50% of the social costs“.

While the Asian countries prosper and create their own ASEAN “Common Market” (without the corrupt, wasteful, undemocratic Brussels bureaucracy), many developed countries are floundering as their social costs spiral out of control (click on chart to see more clearly)

(I haven’t bothered mentioning basket-case Africa’s economic prospects as I suspect Africa will continue to go backwards under its worthless, venal, violent, kleptocrat leaders)

Britain is not in such a disastrous situation as our friends in France (click to see more clearly)

But after January 1 2014, many more of this lot will all be able to come to Benefits Britain:

And they’ll be able to claim many of these benefits:

  • Attendance Allowance
  • Child Benefit
  • Council Tax Benefit
  • Disability Living Allowance 
  • Guardian’s Allowance
  • Housing Benefit
  • Income Support
  • Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance
  • Industrial Injuries Disablement Benefit
  • Carer’s allowance
  • Reduced Earnings Allowance
  • Severe Disablement Allowance
  • Statutory Sick Pay

So our benefits bill will shoot up as the EU tries to halt its economic decline by using Britain as the dumping ground for its unemployed and unemployable.

Next time the biased BBC starts bleating about the “cruel Tories” setting a cap on benefits for a family at around £25,000 a year, please remember that we have to cut our benefits bill by about a third if we’re to avoid national bankruptcy.

Tomorrow, I might do something very politically-incorrect. I might try to discover if there is any mathematical relationship between the size of each EU country’s social spending and the size of their Muslim populations. That would be something that no journalists would ever dare to do if they wanted to keep their job in PC UK.

2 comments to Do we need to cut spending on benefits? Yes! By how much? By a third!

  • Paris Claims

    The first step should be to stop all welfare to immigrants, no exceptions. Once they have paid into the system for a period of time, maybe five or ten years, obeyed our laws, then, and only then are they entitled to access the welfare state. They should also have to pay for their own healthcare and education, and perhaps make a contribution towards the cost of our infrastructure. That way only self sufficient people would arrive, unlike the scum that currently wash up upon our shores. I cannot see how even the most rabid socialist could put up a (logical) counter argument to this proposal.

  • Peter

    Its all very well to say cut benefits. In many parts of Britain it is impossible to find work so would you expect the 2.5 million unemployed to survive long term on any less unemployment benefit than £72 a week.?
    Sir James Goldsmith warned the Government of the day that this situation would happen he was ignored and now we see the result… “Free Trade Is Not So Free when you have 2.5 million unemployed to pay each week”
    Sir James Goldsmith

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