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View Penge Eagle's Profile Penge Eagle Flag Beckenham 25 Nov 18 12.05am Send a Private Message to Penge Eagle Holmesdale Online Elite Member Add Penge Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Pussay Patrol

Oh behave, their answer to poverty in the US is go to school and get a job? Hardly reinventing the wheel

Oh my god you are so dumb. I said all 3 things. People in the US don't actually do all three things, hence the reason why it was mentioned.

I know you can't think for yourself as an NPC, but seriously... at least come back with an independent Marxist counter argument from your crib sheet that's not 'Austerity', 'food banks', 'tax the rich more'...

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Pussay Patrol Flag 14 Dec 18 9.21pm

Dickensian Britain update:

The amount of children in the UK registered as homeless has risen 320%

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View .TUX.'s Profile .TUX. Flag 14 Dec 18 9.35pm Send a Private Message to .TUX. Add .TUX. as a friend

Absolutely f'kn shameful.
The EU have a lot to answer for.

 


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Pussay Patrol Flag 21 Dec 18 6.03am

A school in Yarmouth has opened its own foodbank as children going to school hungry

Kids cannot afford uniform, 1 in 3 kids sleep in their uniforms as cannot afford pyjamas

Women forced into prostitution because of universal credit scandal

This is Britain today, we are the sick man of Europe

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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 21 Dec 18 6.16am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Pussay Patrol

A school in Yarmouth has opened its own foodbank as children going to school hungry

Kids cannot afford uniform, 1 in 3 kids sleep in their uniforms as cannot afford pyjamas

Women forced into prostitution because of universal credit scandal

This is Britain today, we are the sick man of Europe

Pussay Patrol - king of the negative soundbite

One of your desperate people is a 30 year old with a one month old baby who's universal credit payment leaves nothing for food.

Why does a woman on Universal Credit with no money decide to have a child and why does it immediately become the state's responsibility.

Did you see the BBC news item a few days ago interviewing a woman that claimed to have three jobs and still couldn't make ends meet and had to use foodbanks. She was smoking whilst being interviewed

 

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steve1984 21 Dec 18 7.33am

Originally posted by .TUX.

The EU have a lot to answer for.

Yeh look at you for example.

 

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steve1984 21 Dec 18 7.39am

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

Why does a woman on Universal Credit with no money decide to have a child and why does it immediately become the state's responsibility.

Maybe 9 months earlier she was a rocket scientist or maybe she didn't decide to have a baby?

Of course we could deny everyone the right to have children until they can support themselves. Or we could provide free nursery places so that mothers can work?

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

Did you see the BBC news item a few days ago interviewing a woman that claimed to have three jobs and still couldn't make ends meet and had to use foodbanks. She was smoking whilst being interviewed

Terrible. Send her to the gulag.

 

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Pussay Patrol Flag 21 Dec 18 7.40am

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

Pussay Patrol - king of the negative soundbite

One of your desperate people is a 30 year old with a one month old baby who's universal credit payment leaves nothing for food.

Why does a woman on Universal Credit with no money decide to have a child and why does it immediately become the state's responsibility.

Did you see the BBC news item a few days ago interviewing a woman that claimed to have three jobs and still couldn't make ends meet and had to use foodbanks. She was smoking whilst being interviewed

It's attitudes like this that is the cause and how the problem has been allowed to manifest

Demonising the poorest in society is very selfish

Is that Britain today? F*ck thy neighbour?

 


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View YT's Profile YT Flag Oxford 21 Dec 18 8.06am Send a Private Message to YT Add YT as a friend

Originally posted by Midlands Eagle

Pussay Patrol - king of the negative soundbite

One of your desperate people is a 30 year old with a one month old baby who's universal credit payment leaves nothing for food.

Why does a woman on Universal Credit with no money decide to have a child and why does it immediately become the state's responsibility.

Did you see the BBC news item a few days ago interviewing a woman that claimed to have three jobs and still couldn't make ends meet and had to use foodbanks. She was smoking whilst being interviewed

I’ve got an idea. Maybe the child’s father could chip in a few quid to support its upbringing. A bit radical, perhaps.

 


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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 21 Dec 18 8.15am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by Pussay Patrol

It's attitudes like this that is the cause and how the problem has been allowed to manifest

Demonising the poorest in society is very selfish

Is that Britain today? F*ck thy neighbour?

Absolute rubbish. I pay a lot of money in taxes and I am happy to help support the poorer members of society but I object to supporting single mothers where the father of their children doesn't and I don't like supporting people who prefer to spend their own money on booze and fags rather than food.

I assume that as you don't live in the UK you also don't contribute to the state's coffers preferring instead to criticize from the outside

 

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View Midlands Eagle's Profile Midlands Eagle Flag 21 Dec 18 8.17am Send a Private Message to Midlands Eagle Add Midlands Eagle as a friend

Originally posted by YT

I’ve got an idea. Maybe the child’s father could chip in a few quid to support its upbringing. A bit radical, perhaps.

I thought that was optional nowadays

 

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Originally posted by steve1984

Maybe 9 months earlier she was a rocket scientist or maybe she didn't decide to have a baby?

Of course we could deny everyone the right to have children until they can support themselves. Or we could provide free nursery places so that mothers can work?


Terrible. Send her to the gulag.

Maybe send all of them to family planning and social responsibility classes in high school at 14, the year they start fvcking like rabbits. You can’t afford to be irresponsible when you’re responsible and paying for your own mistakes in work, career, education, private housing sector.

Having children you can’t afford isn’t a right and actually may not be a bad thing if somehow those families that don’t pass down morals died off. It won’t happen but it wouldn’t be a bad thing. (There are decent and honest and just unlucky poor people, which is what welfare is really for)

 


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