30 July 2009

Asylum seeker payouts should be stopped, not reduced

The government is to reduce the amount it pays out to asylum seekers over the age of 25 (whilst increasing the rate it pays to sponging asylum seeking children).

Asylum seekers have their housing and fuel costs paid by the taxpayer (unlike our poor pensioners who have to struggle to afford to heat their homes each winter!)

British pensioners are among the most poverty stricken in Europe, so surely the money would be better spent on ensuring they have a decent standard of living rather than wasting valuable resources on the incessant tide of rubbish flooding into our country from every part of the globe.

The best answer would be to stop asylum payouts completely, then maybe the scroungers could find another country to infest.

Story here.

08 July 2009

7/7 - never forget and never forgive

Yesterday - 7th July - was the fourth anniversary of the terrorist attacks in London, which killed 52 people when four terrorists struck the transport system during the morning rush hour.

We should never forget the atrocity and we should never forgive those who carried out and supported the attacks.

In the aftermath of the terrorism carried out in our capital city, the authorities went cap in hand to the Muslims and promised that they would be protected, just as they did after the 9/11 atrocity and the attack against Glasgow Airport in 2007, which thankfully caused no deaths. Why go and promise protection to those whose religion is the cause of so much bloodshed? Why not offer protection and assurances to the British public that such terrorists will not be allowed to attack us again?

The usual reasons were given as to why the four pieces of scum attacked our capital. One being that they were poor, deprived people, which is a load of rubbish. One was a teaching assistant, one came from a family who owned a business - hardly poor and deprived were they? Another favourite is the war in Iraq and Afghanistan - but what was the cause of the 9/11 attacks - there was no war in Iraq or Afghanistan then.

The terrorists and their families are invariably immigrants or the offspring of recent immigrants. If they hate our country so much then they should go back to their country of origin, they should not have the right to live here. And those who bleat about the rights and civil liberties of terrorists should be deported too.