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Welfare in crisis: Jobless mother of 11 Heather Frost says free council eco mansion may not be good enough for her

Tom Winnifrith Tuesday 19 February 2013

 

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Every day another story emerges which show how the welfare state is just out of control. Heather Frost has 11 kids and no job. She currently lives in two council houses knocked into one. But her local council has managed to do a deal with a developer to sell it land cheaply so that it will build a new six bedroom eco mansion with a 355 square foot kitchen just for Heather. But the ungrateful bitch has today said “It’s being built especially for me. If I go there and I say to them I don’t like it or it’s too small, then they will just have to build me a bigger one, won’t they.

Why the hell should they? This 36 year old woman opted to breed like a rabbit, starting at 14. She has never contributed a cent to society and she thinks she has a RIGHT to demand whatever she wants. She says she loves her kids (the eldest, aged 22 is now also a mother on welfare). This woman and her offspring show the poison of welfare addiction and dependency and how it passes through the generations.

She might think that it is just the State paying and the State can afford it. Well it cannot. The UK Government is running record deficits and debt – Britain is nearly bankrupt. Ultimately the taxpayer picks up that tab and there are many low-earning taxpayers who can only dream of living in eco-friendly mansions. It is obscene that their taxes taking from their wages go to fund this appalling human being.

Heather is not to blame for being an appalling human being. To blame is a system which creates a mindset of rights and entitlements without obligations or responsibility: be, it personal responsibility in practicing birth control, or financial responsibility in paying your own way.

And yet anyone who wishes to reform the welfare monster is compared by the deluded lefties to a Nazi ( see HERE.
) or accused of wishing to bring back the workhouse and send kids down mines (see HERE.
). It is stories like this which crop up on a daily basis that just make me wonder why I bother working and paying taxes in this Green and Pleasant land.

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