HEATHER FROST DEFENDS HER DECISION TO HAVE 11 KIDS WHILST LIVING ON BENEFITS – Yes once again the not so endearing charm of Heather Frost and her burgeoning brood has hit the national headlines.
In the Daily Mail yesterday they once again brought to light the deteriorating state of welfare; which once again might change people’s views and as a result allow for greater reforms to the welfare system.
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Heather Frost is perfectly correct; there are no laws in place that restricts the number of children you can have and as a result each and every child has to be cared for by the taxpayer when the parents refuse to work.
At 37 years of age and no less than 11 children it is safe to say that Heather Frost has been a very productive member of society.
However her productivity will never accrue any benefit to society but rather continue to add to the growing problems our welfare state is experiencing.
Heather Frost is indeed a very fortunate individual for despite never having worked she gets £900 in benefits every week – it’s considerably more than your average worker toiling away on minimum wage.
On top of this she was recently offered a brand new home by the council to house her and her brood at a cost of £500,000. The cost of the house again is something most honest and hard working taxpayers will never have the chance to live in – it is simply beyond their financial means.
Of course if you are a First-Time Buyer then the Government’s new addition to the welfare system, the ‘Help to Buy’ scheme, will certainly prove useful. Under the scheme you will only need to put down a 5% deposit and the Government will guarantee, to the banks, 15% of the market price – of course if you default on your mortgage you will lose your 5% down payment and the taxpayer will pick up the bill for the Government’s bank guarantee.
Yes in the land of austerity Britain it appears that no matter how offensive or destructive our welfare system is there are those who will continue to laud it as a social success.
Heather’s view, regarding public outcry and admonishment is of course as you would expect, crass and uncaring as he declares “’f*** the lot of them, there are more people out there with more kids than me.”
Yes this is the true face of morality in Britain and the people’s gratitude for their hard work, sweat and tears that produces cash in order to keep the likes of Heather Frost and her 11 children in comfort.
The real issue here is the fact that the British people won’t allow change to the welfare system. As a result Britain is about to enter an economical disaster to which the likes has never been seen; and such will be the impact that it is likely Britain my never recover.
If you’ve read any of the articles on meebal.com or in the national newspapers over the last month you will be fully aware that the major political parties in the UK have all held their annual party conferences.
We’ve had a mixed bag of promises and rhetoric; notable Red Ed Miliband promising to freeze energy bills if he is elected in 2015 and UKIP promising to pull out of the EU if they are elected.
From the Lib Dems we had the fairy tale of utopia Britain with us all living in a multicultural cohesive society where welfare would be the key to social harmony.
Lastly we had a rather mixed bag from the Tory’s with David Cameron talking tough on welfare with the ‘Earn or Learn’ scheme that would restrict unemployment benefits to anyone not in education or refusing community related jobs.
All very nice but then David Cameron comes up with the idea of the ‘Help to Buy’ which effectively is another form of welfare – one that many feel will simply create another housing market bubble and when it collapses the taxpayer will be left to pick up the bill; yes pretty much the same way in which they had to pay for the banks being bailed out.
We have a question for you, and you can leave your answers in the comments box below…
If a political party announced that it would take the following measures would you vote for them:
Privatise the NHS
Remove ALL Child Benefits
Restrict Unemployment Benefit to 20% below minimum wage and only provide such for a maximum period of six months
Scrap pensions – that is existing pensions would be paid but anyone under the age of 40 will not be entitled to a pension
Housing Benefits Scrapped
Other types of benefits, such as disability to remain but heavily monitored
About now you’re probably thinking that we’ve lost the plot and that no one would vote in any political party that would effectively scrap our entire welfare system.
If you are one of those who has been berating Heather Frost and the tens of thousands just like her then in our book you have no right to do so.
One of the underlying problems in Britain’s welfare state is that receiving state handouts is no longer viewed as a way to move forward and receive help when times are at their lowest.
Instead we have created a culture of ‘entitlement’ and most members of the public wholeheartedly support such a system.
They do so under the indoctrination that it is moral and just to help those who cannot help themselves and to ensure that their off-spring, regardless to the number of them, are taken care of; often well above the level that any hard working taxpayer will experience.
Look carefully at history and you can pinpoint the year that set in motion our downfall. The year was 1909 and Britain was the wealthiest country on the planet – indeed we rule a quarter of it.
It was in this year that the new Government came to power on the promise that everyone at the age of 70 and over would be provided with a state pension – who could resist voting in such a party that offered an route to the easier life?
The twist here was that in 1909 the average life expectancy was just 48 years of age. Yes there was no health and safety in the factories and medicine was still developing.
The Government in 1909 therefore knew that whilst it would have to pay out for some citizens the actual amount would be small and manageable and therefore the birth of pensions and indeed the welfare state was brought introduced to Britain.
Roll on to 1949 and new legislation was introduced to help the poor and unemployed even further. Again this offering to the public came on the back of a General Election and again the public regaled in the ideology that we should all help one another.
Now look closely at 2013 – we have allowed the development of the welfare system to propagate into almost every facet of public life. With the rise in medical advancements our population is not only surviving longer but it is also growing at an alarming rate.
During Tony Blair’s tenure at No.10 Downing Street he took measures to what he thought would counter the ratio of pensioners and working public by creating the Borders Act 2008 which allowed immigrants from almost anywhere to flood the UK.
Unfortunately there was a flaw in the plan for many were not workers who would therefore pay taxes but rather economic refugees that sought shelter and food from the state welfare system.
Britain is now on the brink of financial collapse. You can forget the notion that our economy is recovering for our debt is now so vast that it currently outstrips National Income by 508%. It is interesting to note that when Italy’s financial collapse occurred their national debt was just 314% of its National Income.
This is the stark reality of welfare and how it has brought us to a position where our entire system will almost certainly come crashing down and the effects will be devastating.
What Britain needs is fiscal responsibility. It needs a political party who will stand up and tell the truth. This is not about trying to frighten you but rather give you the truth of where Britain is heading.
You might feel that it is our moral responsibility to feed, house, clothe and take care of people like Heather Frost but the truth is that we should never be responsible for a person’s lifestyle choice.
Look at it is this way… If all you could afford was a one week holiday at Great Yarmouth would you expect the taxpayer to stump up sufficient cash so that could be turned into two weeks in the Caribbean?
Of course not because the choice you make is a ‘lifestyle’ choice and with the plethora of available contraceptives, or indeed an operation, the ability to have children is nothing more than a lifestyle choice and therefore we can determine that it should not be our responsibility to care for those who are simply gaming the system for their choice of lifestyle.
Let’s be open, honest and frank here… the only reason Heather Frost, and all those like her, ever continue to reproduce is to ensure that they never have to do an honest day’s work and that they can live a fairly comfortable existence as the cost to everyone else.
During this article we asked you to comment on whether you would vote for a political party that vowed to scrap or significantly reduce certain aspects of the welfare system.
Before you do we would implore you to watch the video above in full. The video was produce by Money Weekly a well respected financial magazine whose predictions for financial troubles in the UK have come to pass on a number of occasions.
The video will allow you to understand why Britain is on the brink of financial collapse and with this information you might just want to start lobbying your MP for change; for without it the result will be the collapse of Britain and at that point the existence of the welfare system will be the last of your worries.