We already have the Government doing their level best to dispose of the elderly by financially encouraging hospitals to kill the elderly on the Liverpool Pathway To Death.
We now have the Government allowing energy companies rip us off causing one elderly person in Kent to die every two hours during the winter months as a direct result of the cold.
Over the course of the winter months – December, January and February – around 1,000 people will have their death attributed to not being warm enough.
A public health report states that for every degree Celsius that the outdoor temperature falls below the winter average, there are 8,000 extra winter deaths in England.
Weather will deter migrants
Whatever Minister is responsible for the plan to put off the hundreds of thousands of Romanians and Bulgarians that are going to flood into our country next year by telling them our weather is bad should get the ‘tin tack’(sack).
Apparently plans have been drawn up for an advertising campaign denouncing Britain as cold and wet to deter Romanians and Bulgarians from coming to the UK.
One job agency in the Romanian capital Bucharest has said it has hundreds registering for work in the UK and the waiting list is so long they are no longer accepting applications.
Let’s consider why the weather won’t put them off.
Minimum wage in the UK is £6.19 per hour, in Bulgaria it is just 73p and, in Romania, 79p making the average weekly wage £63.50 in Bulgaria and £86 in Romania.
The only state benefit available in either country is child benefit, which is £3.50 per child per week in Bulgaria and £3.69 in Romania.
In Britain child benefit is £20.30 a week for your eldest child and £13.40 a week for each of your other children. Bear in mind they also get this benefit for ‘saucepan lids’ (kids) that don’t even live in the UK with them.
Deter them from coming over here with an advertising campaign, what a load of ‘pony and trap’ (crap)!
Illegals workers caught in laundry
Six illegal workers have been arrested following a raid on a laundry in Barking, obviously the laundry has ‘wishy washy’ checks on working permits.
Border Agency officers visited White Town Ltd on River Road at around 12:00 on Wednesday 23rd January, where they carried out checks on staff to see if they had the right to work in the UK.
They arrested five Bangladeshi men, all aged between 21 and 33 for over-staying their visas. All five have been detained pending their removal from the UK.
A sixth Bangladeshi man, aged 39, was arrested for entering the UK illegally. He was granted immigration bail giving him a chance to ‘scarper’ and hide amongst all the 100,000 or so illegals at large in the UK.