By Euro Weekly News Media • 25 May 2012 • 9:49
ANOTHER outrageous scam cyber’d into my e mails this week.
Kindly sent in by Señor Fischer, it delivered news of yet another way certain factions of Britain’s immigrant population are ripping off their host country.
And this one is a real humdinger. As a number of mid-Eastern Islamic states allow mass marriage, men living in Britain’s local Islamic communities are, with the blessing of their religious leaders, marrying up to five women apiece.
Although all these ‘wives’ are recognized as normal among their peers, the fact that only one is actually legal in the UK means that benefits can only be paid to the current spouse.
But here’s the rub. The other four, plus children, then enter the category of unmarried mothers.
This entitles them to all the benefits women in this position are able to claim – and believe me they are considerable.
Basically this means that through these extra ‘wives’ the ‘husband’ can be receiving incomes that are truly mind boggling, some have been estimated as drawing up to 125,000 sterling a year and the more children he sires, the more dosh he collects.
‘Ow’d ya like some of them apples?
It is of course an utter disgrace and more proof that these people have no intention of integrating into any part of the British culture whatsoever, except of course its welfare system; they don’t appear to have any objections integrating in to that!
The problem is how to combat a situation like this, which surely cannot be allowed to go on unchecked?
Frankly I’ve racked my brains for a way out of this one and come up with zilch.
Any law passed would of course influence the whole populace, not merely the ethnic minority members of society.
You can’t have starving Mums and babies all over the place and, although these hypocrites are baying for Sharia law, you can’t have one law for some and one law for others. If anyone can come up with a way out of this one, I’ll seriously consider them for a position in my cabinet when I run in the next election!
People have been asking me why I have been uncharacteristically silent on the EEC fiasco of late.
The truth is I can’t think of any more to say, except I’ve been decrying the whole naïve operation since its outset.
You really can only say ‘I told you so’ limited number of times.
After that it all gets a bit boring don’t you think?
Finally, viewing the headline which stated that BGT winner Ashley declared she now had a ‘10 million dollar Pudsey,’ led me to consider the young lady was fortunate not to have won the competition with her pet cat!
(Come on Ed., where’s ya sense of humour!?)
Keep the faith. Love Leapy. [email protected]
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