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The Daily Chimpanzee

Are you having all this old fanny about the Romanian invasion of England?

Fuck me, if you were to believe the Chimp there would be millions of you waiting at Dover with pick axe handles.

All that this old fanny is in fact is more of the same old, same old that the propaganda rag has been trumpeting for at least a year in relation to the Romanian invasion. Namely, stirring up racial tension before any of them even get here.

Fuck me, lets face it. There is absolutely fuck all attractive in making Great Britain their home.

According to the Chimp:

Koller Gabriel-Adrian said he believed ‘50 per cent’ of the 1,100 people in poverty-stricken Berini and Uliuc could travel to Britain in search of higher salaries – and the generous welfare system – in the New Year.

The all important word in that sentence is COULD.

Course they ‘could’ if they wanted to. But they fucking wont.

High Salaries?

Are the Chimpanzee’s Chimps living in this country?

What high salaries? What fucking jobs for that matter.

Is the job in the following photo one of those that they are on about?

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£3 per hour?

Well below the minimum wage and to get around it by advertising the position as an apprenticeship is laughable and shameful at the same time.

I am old enough to remember what an apprenticeship is, in fact two of my brothers served FOUR YEAR Diesel Fitter apprenticeships with what at the time was called the Eastern National Bus Company.

Since when did job training replace a trade learning apprenticeship? Snakey cunts!

Yet the fact remains that employers can afford to get away with offering slave labour wages. You only need to look at job vacancy statistics to realise why.

I mean, even according to the government controlled MSM there are up to 80 people chasing each job vacancy in the worst hit areas of the country – and the vast majority of those jobs do not pay a decent living wage.  Source

And inevitably, it is the worst areas of the country that these Romanians will find themselves in. Most can’t speak English anyway so they have no chance of a fucking job.

As for the “generous welfare system”?

Well we all know that those who waste their money on buying the Daily Chimpanzee are the ‘Im alright Jack’ brigade, who know fuck all about the benefit system in this country.

Those selfish cunts do in fact buy into the disgusting old bollocks put out by the MSM in regard to the unemployed ‘having it off’ at their expense.

In reality you need to have a university degree just to fill in the mountain of paperwork needed to be able to claim what you are entitled to claim.

And even when you have mastered that paperwork, woe betide you if you haven’t applied for 5 none existent jobs every two weeks.

If you haven’t, you will find – along with the other million plus people this year so far  – that your benefits will be sanctioned. No money what so ever for a minimum of two weeks and often a lot longer.

So then our Romanian friends will have to go cap in hand to the Foodbank where, if they are lucky enough to have been given vouchers they will be allocated a weeks worth of food… And it won’t be a luxury picnic hamper either.

Mind you, if they arrive in January they will have a 3 month Grace period which at the very least will involve all of the above.

But if they leave it till April to come to the land of hope and glory this shithole they will either find themselves doing forced labour – the older of their bunch will no doubt be reminded of the Holocaust – or they will have to sit in job centres for 35 hours a week looking for jobs that don’t exist.

Mind you, at least they will be warm in there which is more than they will be at home since they will not be able to afford heating.

Whatever they do before embarking on this new life of splendour they best make sure that they leave their disabled at home in Romania. Unless they want them to end up dead of course.

Because be under no illusion, systematic, deliberate extermination is what is happening to the old, sick and disabled in the UK today.

The Liverpool pathway condemns the old to death if they are unlucky enough to be admitted to hospital… Not that anyone is safe in our poorly equipped hospitals of questionable hygiene which are inadequately staffed by poorly trained and poorly paid doctors and nurses.

As for generous benefits for the sick and disabled?

Take a look at this letter:

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You can read more about this national outrage by clicking HERE

And whatever you do, don’t go thinking that Jenny’s story is a one off… Ohhhh noooo.

Over 10,000 sick and disabled people have already died with potentially hundreds of thousands more ear marked for extermination, all thanks to the Nazi styled British Government which includes, useless, money wasting cunts like Heir Iain Dumbfuck Smiff. Source

Again, that figure is being touted in the MSM and therefore you can afford to apply the fractional reserve banking system method to the 10,000 and multiply it up to 10 times… Just saying.

Course, many of the incoming gypsy’s will be able to relate to the extermination of the old, sick and disabled to that of life and death in the Holocaust… Again, just saying.

And if they or you are still not convinced, then you all best read this article published in the Daily Mirror a couple of days ago:

A defiant dad took an emotional stand yesterday over the Government’s “bullying” calls for his severely disabled son to prove he cannot work.

Bus driver Fred Hazle, 49, reached the end of his tether so took his blind lad James, 19, to Downing Street to tell David Cameron: “If my son can work, YOU give him a job.”

The father and son made the journey after receiving a barrage of demanding letters from the Jobcentre – including three in four days – as part of the Government’s “fit to work” scheme.

The letters threaten that James’s £71.95 a week in benefits will be stopped unless there is evidence that he cannot hold down a job.

James needs round-the-clock care and has the mental age of a five-year-old. He has severe learning difficulties, epilepsy and autism.

Outraged: Fred and James Outside Westminster
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And, if the Romanians are under any illusion that the UK’s Generous feeble benefits include a nice comfortable big house, then they haven’t done their fucking homework.

You see, disregarding the hundred thousand plus estimated to be living rough in this country (they used to be called tramps, but that term can no longer be applied to the homeless brought about as a result of the police state that the UK has become) there are an estimated 80,000 children living in temporary accommodation.

Living in temporary accommodation means whole family’s living in one room, sharing a toilet and cooking facilities with sex offenders, drug addicts and the mentally unstable.

This is because there is already a housing shortage of around 300,000 homes and that figure is getting rapidly worse by the country’s Housing Associations reneging on their deals to build a set amount of new homes every year.

Neither is there any point in renting privately because even if you are lucky enough to be allowed to rent privately, you will find yourself having to pay a large ‘top up’ on the rent from your £67 per week unemployment benefit.

And once having arrived in this country, if these Romanians don’t get their affairs sorted out pretty dam quickly – despite the massive hurdles – they will find that their children will be taken off them.

Their loss will be carried out at vast profit to G45 (giving the over zealous corporation massive incentive) and Dog help their children in the nightmare that they then face… Which will of course make their childhood homeland seem like paradise.

Now, do you really think that the Romanians are daft enough to think that England is the answer to all their problems?

Their children will certainly not be riding around on horse back in wide open spaces, living in detached properties and wearing ‘Batman’ hoodies – have you seen how much they fucking cost in Tescos?

So, as far as I can see the only reason that the Chimp is publishing the following old fanny is to incite racial hatred… Something the cunts are particularly adept at doing amongst the brain dead population of this fucked up country.

 

 

‘In January, the only thing left will be the goat’: Romanian father-of-seven’s boast as mayor says half the population of his villages are on their way to Britain for the higher salaries and generous benefits

  • Remus Neda, 37, is heading for the UK to take advantage of state handouts
  • He makes most of his money by begging on the streets of Paris
  • People in the villages of Berini and Uliuc live in abject poverty
  • Are forced to sleep in cramped clay huts surrounded 20 of their relatives
  • Mayor Koller Gabriel-Adrian claimed villagers were leaving ‘because they do not have anything here’

By LOUISE ECCLES

PUBLISHED: 22:40, 10 November 2013 | UPDATED: 22:55, 10 November 2013

 

The mayor of two Romanian villages has claimed that up to half of their residents will move to the UK when restrictions are lifted in January.

Koller Gabriel-Adrian said he believed ‘50 per cent’ of the 1,100 people in poverty-stricken Berini and Uliuc could travel to Britain in search of higher salaries – and the generous welfare system – in the New Year.

Many have already moved to France, Italy and Spain, but the mayor said the UK would soon become a more attractive destination, with ‘better conditions’, when the borders are relaxed.

Mass exodus: Remus Neda, far right, his son Simon, third left, who needs drugs for a heart condition and other family members from Berini, RomaniaMass exodus: Remus Neda, far right, his son Simon, third left, who needs drugs for a heart condition and other family members from Berini, Romania

Among those keen to move are 170 Roma who live in abject poverty on the outskirts of the villages, with no running water in their homes and as many as 20 people sharing a three-room house.

 

 

One of them, father-of-seven Remus Neda, 37, said he hoped to move to Britain after learning that he could be eligible for housing benefits and NHS care.

Pointing to a shaggy brown and white goat, tethered to an outhouse, he said: ‘In January, the only thing left in the village will be the goat.’

Basic conditions: Daniel Neda, left, and family outside their homeBasic conditions: Daniel Neda, left, and family outside their home

Mr Gabriel-Adrian, the mayor of Sacosu Turcesc, which encompasses these villages, said: ‘I think it is possible that half of the people in Berini and Uliuc, the Romanian and Roma people, will go to the UK next year.

‘In particular, the young people will go, because they don’t have anything here. They will go to work in agriculture and construction, but also for the benefits.

‘My advice to Britain would be not to give people everything. You should take care because, if everybody goes to the UK, what will you do? Can you afford it?

‘People do not have big salaries here and will obviously be interested in the salaries and the benefits in England.’

Reflecting growing tensions in Romania, he singled out the Roma community as the most likely to move, saying: ‘It is not a bad thing for us that they want to go somewhere else in Europe.

Grinding poverty: A girl with a muddy face hides behind a woman in the village where many families live in clay hutsGrinding poverty: A girl with a muddy face hides behind a woman in the village where many families live in clay huts

‘They will go to the UK, get the benefits and maybe come back home with the money, because it is worth more here.’

The Roma in Berini live in a cluster of clay huts and survive on cabbages, potatoes and corn, which they grow themselves, as well as meagre state benefits.

From January 1, all 29million people living in Romania and Bulgaria will be given the same rights as other EU citizens to live and work in the UK.

Restrictions on access to benefits and NHS care – imposed when they joined the EU in 2007 – are being lifted.

Staying behind: Remus Neda's goat will be left behind in the moveStaying behind: Remus Neda’s goat will be left behind in the move

Romanian TV news station Digi24 has suggested that Roma in Uliuc and Berini, near the Hungarian border, are ‘just waiting to make the journey to the UK’.

Some of them have already been ‘voluntarily expelled’ from France – and given free flights home – in a clampdown on illegal camps.

More than 10,000 Roma from Romania and Bulgaria are repatriated from France every year.

Remus Neda is one of the wealthiest Roma living in Berini because, he said, he makes ‘good money’ begging on the streets of Paris for four months of every year. 

Abject poverty: As many as 20 people share a three-bedroom house in Berini Abject poverty: As many as 20 people share a three-bedroom house in Berini

Desperate: Maria Neda, 47, and her one-year-old son Simon are supported by Remus, who says he makes 'good money' from begging on the streets of Paris for four months every yearDesperate: Maria Neda, 47, and her one-year-old son Simon are supported by Remus, who says he makes ‘good money’ from begging on the streets of Paris for four months every year

Destitute: Children play together in the poverty-stricken village of Berini where some properties do not have running waterDestitute: Children play together in the poverty-stricken village of Berini where some properties do not have running water

His family including several grandchildren live in a ramshackle brick house, rather than a clay hut, but they are still very poor and hope to relocate to London soon. Speaking through a translator, Mr Neda said: ‘We have heard on the television that the rules are changing. It will be a very good opportunity for us.

‘If we can get a house for all the 12 people in my family then it will be a much better way of living.

‘My brother-in-law is already working in London in construction. We will wait for a call from him to say it is true that we can get benefits and then we will go the next day. I will get a job in construction on the black market, or as an employee.’

But it is the world-renowned NHS, and not just the housing benefits, that he seeks in Britain.

New pastures: Families see the move to London as a 'good opportunity' for themNew pastures: Families see the move to London as a ‘good opportunity’ for them

Handouts: The families in the village only receive £9 a month from the Romanian authorities for each of their children, which they say is not enough to raise themHandouts: The families in the village only receive £9 a month from the Romanian authorities for each of their children, which they say is not enough to raise them

His 15-month-old son Simon still bears the scars of heart surgery and Mr Neda must pay for his on-going medication in Romania. ‘In the UK, it would be better because we would have free medical care,’ he said.

Another Roma villager, Daniela Neda, 45, who is not related to Remus, also plans to move to the UK when the restrictions are lifted.

Until last summer, she was living illegally in a caravan in Paris, and made €15 a day from begging, but the French authorities paid for her flight home.

Access to welfare: Remus Neda, left, said he hoped to move to Britain soon after learning he could be eligible for housing benefits and NHS careAccess to welfare: Remus Neda, left, said he hoped to move to Britain soon after learning he could be eligible for housing benefits and NHS care

Future: Young people are more likely to travel to Britain because there is nothing else for them in RomaniaFuture: Young people are more likely to travel to Britain because there is nothing else for them in Romania

Miss Neda, who lives in a tiny clay home with her five-year-old daughter Ionela and 18 relatives, said: ‘We have heard it will soon be easier for us to go abroad and get the benefits from countries like UK.

‘We only receive 40 leu (£9) per child every month here. It is not enough to raise a child.’

Rudko Kawczynski, president of the European Roma Travellers’ Forum, dismissed concerns that Romanians and Bulgarians will claim benefits when the borders rules are relaxed.

Speaking on a video on the Council of Europe website, he said: ‘Nobody can come to a country, like France or Germany, and say, “Here I am. Please, I want social welfare.” It’s stupid, it’s nonsense.’

 

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2498479/In-January-thing-left-goat-Romanian-father-sevens-boast-mayor-says-half-population-villages-way-Britain-higher-salaries-generous-benefits.html#ixzz2kKlcJjpK
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