February 18, 2013

Consequences of The Welfare State: Jihad Seeker’s Allowance [Darleen Click]

Look to Britain to see what the devolution of Western Civilization is causing

Anjem Choudary was secretly filmed mocking non-Muslims for working in 9-5 jobs their whole lives, and told followers that some revered Islamic figures had only ever worked one or two days a year.

“The rest of the year they were busy with jihad [holy war] and things like that,” he said. “People will say, ‘Ah, but you are not working’.

“But the normal situation is for you to take money from the kuffar [non-believers].

“So we take Jihad Seeker’s Allowance. You need to get support.”

He went on to tell a 30-strong crowd: “We are going to take England — the Muslims are coming.”

Ridiculing the daily lives of UK workers, Choudary said: “You find people are busy working the whole of their life. They wake up at 7 o’clock. They go to work at 9 o’clock.

“They work for eight, nine hours a day. They come home at 7 o’clock, watch EastEnders, sleep, and they do that for 40 years of their life. That is called slavery.”

Choudary, a father-of-four, claims more than £25,000 a year in benefits, £8,000 more than the take-home pay of some soldiers fighting the Taliban in Afghanistan, according to the Sun, which covertly filmed the preacher at three meetings.

At another meeting in Slough infiltrated by the Sun, Choudary was filmed proclaiming that Islam was taking over Europe.

“Now we are taking over Birmingham and populating it,” he said.

“Brussels is 30 per cent, 40 per cent Muslim and Amsterdam. Bradford is 17 per cent Muslim.

“These people are like a tsunami going across Europe. And over here we’re just relaxing, taking over Bradford brother. The reality is changing.”

And it’s not like the US is doing anything about immigrants coming to this country just to live off the American worker.

Recent studies show welfare spending on immigrant-headed households is relatively high. A Center for Immigration Studies report found that 36 percent of these households were using “at least one major welfare program” in 2010 — compared with 23 percent of other households.

Sessions’ office says the number of non-citizens on food stamps has skyrocketed in recent years. And the conservative Heritage Foundation claims low-skill immigrant households take in roughly $20,000 more in taxes.

Posted by Darleen @ 2:20pm

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Comments (5)

  1. I read a study a few months back that put the total of all welfare and assistance program money going to “foreigners and illegal aliens” at over 80%.

  2. The Aussies finally wised up to this scam. They don’t want to let you in anymore if you’re gonna be FSA

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  4. And the British say, “whatever did we do wrong? I guess we had better do more of it!”

    Cuckoo. Cuckoo.

  5. I lived in the UK back in the mid 1980’s, and had a blast! I had a job, a car, my weekends free, and was surrounded by very polite people.

    (Oh, and a girlfriend who was happy to sex me up. Let me tell you: as a farm boy from a tiny village in the remote west of Ireland, this was a *huge* deal.)

    I’ve been back since (I have relatives in London, Manchester, Leicester, and Coventry) (Irish, dontcha know) (oh, and a former girlfriend who’s moved from Reading to Bury St. Edmunds) and am amazed at how lawless the UK has become.

    Quite apart from the Muslims who, by the way, run their neighborhoods in a way that would make Italians proud, you have this chavs and hoodie-wearers who are basically like the worst American stereotypes of rednecks and gangstas roaming the streets committing crimes like “GBH” (“Grievous Bodily Harm”), breaking and entry, public drunkenness to the point of passing out on the sidewalk, etc.

    If you do ever go to England, avoid the big cities entirely, since you risk assault, and worse. Instead, get out to the countryside as quickly as possible, to the places where good manners still have a place. Think Pangborn, and the villages along the Thames up to Oxford. Or Salisbury, Avebury, and Stonehenge (rural Berkshire, really – and, oh, “Downton Abbey”!) Go to Bath, and down into Devon. Go up to Chester, and across into Wales, to Llandudno, etc. Go over to Little Snoring, Great Snoring, Cromer, etc., over in Norfolk.

    Just avoid the cities.

    Oh, and obey speed limits. They have traffic cameras (“Gatsos”) *everywhere*! And they are serious about them. A friend of mine has had license/insurance issues here in the USA from tickets incurred in the UK. We see speed limits as benchmarks of opportunity. They see them as actual rules.

    My apologies for being the unelected tour guide. There’s a lot of the UK that’s just great. The cities are a small part of that.

    If you want actual advice on places to visit in the UK, just let me know. Or read Rick Steves.

    All the best.