Thursday, July 30, 2009

Labour's new breed: The Benefit Careerists

WANT to earn hundreds of pounds without lifting a finger or doing a full day's work? Sound too good to be true? Well, not with Labour!

Labour have teamed up with tax payers to offer thousands of vacancies up and down the country where we pay YOU to sit and watch Jeremy Kyle. All you have to do is fill out a few forms and you are on your way to having that life you have always dreamt of.

There are no get-out clauses, all we ask for in return is your soul and full use of your ovaries.

See, Labour get off when in control. Like a dominatrix, the tin-pot little faction like nothing more than wearing the trousers in the relationship and the odd whipping here and there for their subservients.

And what better way to ensure the all-empowered state gets its way than to bribe and control through the means of capita or benefit.

Benefits may breed a race of layabouts in our wearful eyes but said layabouts provide a movement, open to abuse and manipulation.

Money talks, especially to a generation of hand-me-state-downs who by encouragement, sit idly by, struggling to feed their benefit bebes.

Like scientists who breed animals in the lab, Labour have their own breeding experiment, to preserve what should be a dying race of able-bodied couch potatoes who from cradle to grave sit in their council flats, picking up their packets and drink their aspirations away.

It's survival of the feeblest; Labour, at the helm, a weak and inefficient party who don't work for the people yet pick up the perks like those under them, contrary to popular opinion have achieved their policy of cutting unemployment. They have created the new career that's all the rage in classrooms across the country. No 'I want to be a doctor when I grow up' talk but 'I want a baby and want it paid by the state' aims.

Some of you will have read about the preggers slummy mum whose past THIRTEEN kids have been taken into care but yet she is determined to keep having more and more until she has at least one child she can neglect.

The Victorians had the right idea...but sadly the spiralling into subservience shall continue as long as Labour are living.

Forget tax cuts, let us cut the welfare system and cut it for good and for the good of the nation.


In other news, there has been Absolute uproar over Cameron's slip of the tongue.

The BBC ... what twats.


Bill Quango MP said...

Jeremy Kyle.
Warning. May contain nuts.

This Observer said...

Absolute uproar?


North Northwester said...

Got it in one. Spot on.
There's one thing though: I can't see the Camster actually changing this except by tinkering.
I doubt he has the courage to do what you suggest, which is a pity because he's going to be the next prime minister.