A SOCIAL EXPERIMENT FOR ALL YOU SO-CALLED HUMANITARIANS – You haven’t got a clue who I am but if you read many of the articles I’ve publish you’ll quickly develop a picture in your mind as to what I am.
Now there’s a precarious notion for it is unquestionable that there will be a division of views; I strongly suspect that some will take on the persona of either an honest humanitarian or a completely bigoted monster.
Of course how you ultimately picture me is of little or no consequence for I know who I am, I have the conviction of my beliefs and in my view I’m honest enough to publish these convictions for all and sundry to disembowel.
I’m not a particularly brave person but I do believe that it is everyone’s responsibility to air their concerns and voice their opinion; such is the determining factor as to why I created meebal.com and if you care to express your opinion on a particular issue then you may do so… click here.
Earlier today I published an article concerning the recent court ruling that the bedroom tax and the plethora of Government welfare reforms were in fact lawful.
My view on this… Good. Yes that’s what I said and frankly it’s about time society owned up to the fact that it shouldn’t expect the Government, or rather the taxpayer, to take care of them from the cradle to the grave.
Before you read on you really should read the entire article and then you will have a true understanding of why I personally feel that welfare is the single most destructive element in our society.
Within the article I declared that I am living below the poverty line and yet despite this I don’t claim a single penny in benefits. Yes it could be said that I’m ‘entitled’ but am I really entitled to plunge Britain further into debt, expect the taxpayer to pick up the bill and ultimately saddle your children with future debt created by the welfare system?
For me the answer is simple… No, I’m not entitled to burden others; I am after all capable of working, although finding work at 50 years of age is not easy.
In order to drag myself out of the poverty gap I created meebal.com and with the support of my wife we’ve managed to feed ourselves and keep meebal.com afloat; it’s not easy I can tell you but no doubt you’ll agree that it’s far more productive than sitting on my backside waiting for the next benefits cheque to hit the door mat.
The issue of the article mentioned above is primarily one of humanity; that is there are many people who feel that it is inhumane to withdraw benefits and ultimately force them into work.
It is of course a contradiction in terms for those who vehemently support the welfare system will be the ones who ultimately plunge Britain into bankruptcy and once that happens any notions of humanitarianism will quickly fade for those who really do deserve our help will be the most vulnerable and it is these people who will perish as a result of the financial collapse.
Now I know there will be many so-called humanitarians who will urge me to seek financial help from the Government; thanks but no thanks, I simply have too much self-respect and more importantly respect for those footing the bill – they are burdened enough without me adding to it.
So here’s the challenge for all you so-called humanitarians… hand over your cash. That’s right hit the ‘Donate’ button below and help me and my website succeed.
No I don’t want you to tell me to seek Government support because that’s generally the cop-out for most so-called humanitarians; that is they laud themselves as some type of social martyr but in fact do nothing other than suggest the Government should be helping.
Yes it’s very easy isn’t it to point the finger, blame it on someone else and to regale people with rosy advice that it’s really someone else’s responsibility.
So… put your hand in your pocket and prove to me that you support a social system for giving a few pounds would certainly help put food on my table and pay for the hosting of meebal.com.
Now here I am bleating on about being humanitarianism and so I’ve decided to add a twist to my request for your humanitarian aid. Unfortunately I can’t tell you what it is for that would spoil the surprise but all will be revealed on March 31, 2014 for that will be the day that I stop taking donations.
On March 31, 2014 I will update this page and then provide the total amount donated; I’ll also reveal the twist.
If you can’t wait for me to reveal the twist then donate, for once you complete the donation all will be revealed.
Come on, don’t be shy and cough up. I don’t care how much you give; £1 or £100; for each donation will be gratefully received.
Before you do press the donation button don’t forget to share this article for that will certainly help widen meebal.com’s readership… Cheers.
Donations so far… £42.84