Davey Crockett send this in:
Who are the enablers? Who are these people voting for?
People are going door to door asking Britons to blindly sign proxy forms for the upcoming elections, allowing someone else in the UK to vote on their behalf.
“They said I didn’t have to fill in any details, just to sign my name at the bottom of the form,” he says, smiling. “So I signed two.”
Jihad on Benefits
Andrew Bolt/Scenes from our tribal frontiers
Suspected terrorists demand the benefits of the state they allegedly tried to destroy:
FAMILIES of suspected terrorists can claim thousands of pounds in benefits from British taxpayers, a European court ruled yesterday.
In a judgment that sparked a furious response, the European Court of Justice said handouts to suspects’ wives were unlikely to fund terror activities.
As a result, they can continue to claim income support, disability allowance, and child, housing and council tax benefits. And those payments should not be monitored by the Treasury.
These families seem to be outbreeding the native-born taxpayers of the despised country they’ve joined:
The first woman, M, and her husband are Egyptian citizens with a legal right to live in the UK.Â The pair are disabled, have five children and are entirely dependent on benefits of more than Â£350 a week.
The second woman, A, had seven children with her husband, one of whom has Down’s Syndrome… The final suspect is a Tunisian man who was legally resident in the UK with his Bosnian wife.Â They and their four children were entitled to some Â£310 a week in benefits.
Then there’s the family of hook-handed jihadist Abu Hamza:
Taxpayers have already spent millions keeping Hamza and his family housed, clothed and fed. His wifeÂ Najat Chaffe, 49, has claimed benefits for herself and their six children for at least 10 years.