Thursday, 2 October 2014

Another Parasite Speaks…

Jasmin Stone (a 20-year-old mother of one from Newham, London) opines on the unfairness of life, on being told the taxpayer expects her to move to such far-off locales as Manchester, Hastings and Birmingham:
When we met Newham’s Labour mayor, Sir Robin Wales, he told us: “if you can’t afford to live in Newham, you can’t afford to live in Newham” .
Sensible chap.
Housing, like these other things, is a basic human right, not a privilege.
The privilege bit comes when you’re deciding where that housing is. If you have a Newham budget, it’s not your ‘uman right to demand to live in Belgravia.

And if you don’t even have a Newham budget – if the taxpayer is paying – you’ll have to go where it’s cheapest.
This is why we are demanding social housing, not social cleansing. In addition, rent caps to limit out-of-control rents, mansion taxes and higher stamp duty for the wealthiest would be simple reforms that have a dramatic impact on housing.
In other words ‘Gimmie what they have, I want it!’.
Simply taking action to restrict the privileges of the 1% could result in a relatively fairer housing situation in London.
Nope, I think we’ll restrict the options of the slapper classes to pop out kid after kid & demand that the taxpayer pick up the tab instead, if it’s all the same to you…

In fact, even if it isn’t.

14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Pity Australia's taken. Sending her and her kind to the Midlands isn't nearly far enough.

Dioclese said...

Life IS unfair. Get over it....

Bucko The Moose said...

I can't even begin to formulate a response to that.
The picture in the Guardian is one of a bunch of young and single mothers with indignant looks on their faces. It baffles me that they actually beleive they are entitled to other peoples money

Anonymous said...

umm.. let me get this right - The council is selling housing estates, which are OWNED by the taxpayer, to private developers? And its that which makes living there unaffordable? So how much is the taxpayer losing out on that front? Your article seems to miss this point completely, probably because you are too busy bad mouthing an individual that you don't know. So who is really robbing the taxpayer?

Rightwinggit said...

Scotland?

Trevor said...

This is why we are demanding social housing, not social cleansing ...

There's a thought. Who do I vote for to get 'social cleansing'?

Twenty_Rothmans said...

Sorry cobber. We're full to the gunwhales with scroungers of our own.

You can lease part of Christmas Island from us though.

Twenty_Rothmans said...

I forgot, from the article:
we need social housing, not social cleansing
Only the lowest class of subhuman parasite would consider 'cleansing' to be a negative word. Respectable people 'do' clean.

Malformed retards rutting like beasts of the field and giving birth to future delinquents deserve nothing but the alms that we decide.

Anonymous said...

The Mail carried a great article on this today - take those BP meds NOW:

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2777830/Meet-UK-s-biggest-benefits-families-They-ve-got-supersized-broods-cost-taxpayers-thousands-say-having-hordes-children-THEIR-human-right.html

Anonymous said...

Lets face it - when your nice middle class fermales start breeding - then , and only then, will the lower class breeders be reined in.
Meanwhile they are the UK's future - like it or not.

L fairfax said...

"The council is selling housing estates, which are OWNED by the taxpayer, to private developers? And its that which makes living there unaffordable? So how much is the taxpayer losing out on that front? "
The taxpayer is gaining as nowdays if you pay taxes you won't get a council house.
I can't believe a Labour mayor said something so sensible.

Anonymous said...

Bunny

They might be poor in the picture but they are all fat, also living in a hostel, for Christ's sake, get a job and pay your own way you useless slapper.

JuliaM said...

"Life IS unfair. Get over it...."

"There should be a law against it!"

"The picture in the Guardian is one of a bunch of young and single mothers with indignant looks on their faces."

I think, over there, it's stock footage.

"There's a thought. Who do I vote for to get 'social cleansing'?"

:D

JuliaM said...

"The Mail carried a great article on this today - take those BP meds NOW"

GAH!!

"I can't believe a Labour mayor said something so sensible."

Clearly, even they have their limits.

"They might be poor in the picture but they are all fat..."

We could be kind & say they haven't shed the baby fat yet?