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BRITISH OLD AGED PENSIONER TOTAL YEARLY BENEFIT £6,000. ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS / REFUGEES LIVING IN BRITAIN TOTAL YEARLY BENEFIT £29,900. The average pensioner has paid taxes and contributed to the growth of this country for the last 40 to 60 years. Sad isn't it? Shame on you Britain, u soft gutless government scumbags!!!
 

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I agree with the sentiment, however, not entirely fair to single out immigrants (whilst valid). The whole benefits system is broken.

Take this for an example. My mate manages a little Auto Electrics business. One of his guys has two kids. His wife slept around and left him, he has the kids. His benefits and salary takes him to ver £30k a year whilst she doesn't work as she would have to contribute, and then the fat Dad gets a Chrysler Voyager on motability. Not disabled, just Fat.

WRONG, WRONG, WRONG.
 

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the fat Dad gets a Chrysler Voyager on motability. Not disabled, just Fat.

WRONG, WRONG, WRONG.
Ive noticed this a lot as well. All the people on those motorbility scooter things seem fat as well. They all moan they cant walk far, well they should lose some feckin weight then!! Then they all moan is not that easy and they have a 'medical' issue. Well yeah, they do. They cant keep the fecking food out of there mouths....:angry
Why the fack should i pay for there cars, scooters and care?

Rant over...
 

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immigrants don't typically get this much. The pensioners are underpaid and this will get worse over the years howver that is a seperate problem and it is just plain wrong to say the money ios going to immigrants rather than pensioners. If you want to know why pensions and other benefits are likely to fall in the coming years the biggest reason is the bank bailout.
 

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Pehraps the Chrysler voyager was an incentive to lose weight, they look shite.

Benefits should prioritised to those:

1. We're investing in, such as those in Education/Training and care of kids to promote family life.
2. Those who have already contributed, such as the OAP Rumbo mentions or soldiers who have fought for their country including Gurkhas
3. The genuinely vulnerable, such as those with physical and mental impairments and carers
4. Short term off work, to support hard workers back to work after a loss of job for example
5. Those in P/T work and/or on route back to work say after having kids or illness

The others, who don't want to work should languish at the bottom of the pile irrespective of national or ethnic origin.
 
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