Mick Philpott is Not The Problem But a Symptom Of The Corrupt System.

I was really trying hard not to add my opinions to the grotesque Philpott saga, but the intervention of multi-millionaire George (Tory Toff) Osborne has forced me to break my silence.

We rightly live in a welfare state. There has to be a reasonable, lifestyle for everyone, including those who for whatever reason cannot work. But this must come with some provisos. Firstly no one should be better off by not working. Regardless of how the levels are set, supporting yourself and your family should always be the top priority. Everyone in employment should always earn more than everyone not employed.

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The authorities who control this should man up and stop taking the soft option. At the moment, genuine people who need help have to jump through hoops to get anywhere. Because they are almost certainly not professional scroungers, they don’t know how to play the system, and are an easy target for the officious jobs worth’s to fob off. Whereas the odious scumbags like Philpott ride rough shot over these people intimidating them into getting whatever they want.

Now you may not like me saying this, but every town across the country has their own versions of Philpott, the type of family you just wouldn’t want to live next door to. The Police take a “Softly Softly” approach at best, and simply ignore them at worst. They absolutely think they are untouchable producing generation after generation of a sort of underclass of professional scroungers, who truly believe that life is about how much you can con out of the rest of us.

Never ever should bringing a new life into the world be about earning more benefit money. Where the hell has personal responsibility gone? Having said that, also not being able to work should not be a reason for to stop people having a family, but there should be a natural regulation here. A new kid should not equate to an iPhone, sorry but it’s true.

So why has Osborne annoyed me. Well, to use this awful tragedy to justify a political end is simply appalling. Whether you agree with reforming the benefits system or not, you simply cannot look into the eyes of six dead children and effectively say “I told you so”. Let’s also start reforming the sponging parasites who are professional scroungers by making a career in politics, lining their pockets with our money, while doing their masters bidding, and then going off to be peace envoys and / or advisers to leading global banks raking in hundreds of millions of pounds while the rest of us suffer as a result of their “New Labour” policies. Was that a dig at Anthony Charles Lynton Blair, you bet your sweet “importunity in a public toilet with another male” it was.

Again, this is going to upset some people, but yes, I do believe the welfare system needs reforming, it is simply wrong that vile creatures like Philpott can get away with this for so long, and remember, as I said earlier, he is not alone, they are all over the place bleeding us dry. But for every scumbag at the bottom of the pile bleeding us dry, there is an equal and opposite scumbag at the top of the pile doing it as well, but in a much bigger and more lavish way, starting with the Royal Family down.

It’s not just the welfare state that needs reforming, but the whole system from top to bottom. Society in the UK is at the point of collapse. We have been taken over by the global elite, who have instigated the slow kill decline that we are now living through. Things can never get better, the likes of Cameron and the rest of them cannot and have no intention of saving us. They control our money supply, just look at Cyprus, our food, energy, health service, media, in fact everything, and if we don’t change things soon, it will be too late.

So in conclusion, yes, Philpott is a vile creature who deserves everything coming to him, but he is not the problem. He is a symptom of the corrupt broken system we have allowed to take over, while we sit and watch xFactor.

Phew, I managed to get through that without mentioning Iain Duncan Smith, ex Tory leader who lives rent free in a multi-million pound home. Do MP’s have to take the hypocrite (ic) oath?

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