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21 Years a Scrounger

Poor old Michael Holland could only walk 30 yards (probably only to the pub or cash dispenser) and claimed £48K in disabiilty benefits for 21, yes, 21 years!

Fortunately for Michael, his condition miraculously eased when he was offered cash to carry out some heavy manual labour.

Incredibly, he was helped in his claim by the Citizen’s Advice Bureau, and no doubt by sympathetic GP’s, whom sickness benefit parasites insist should make the final decision as to whether someone is capable of working. Worked out well here, didn’t it?

Another day, another DLA fraudster convicted of stealing from the taxpayer. Like the online Benefits Brigade, the DWP are in denial;

Only a small minority of benefit claimants are dishonest, but cases like this show how we are rooting out the unscrupulous minority who are cheating the system and diverting taxpayers’ money from those who really need it.

Bollocks. It’s a rather significant minority, and the DWP have no idea how many people are cheating the system. Every street in Britain has one of these fraudsters living on it, while internet forums are full of posters who claim to be too ill to work, yet are fit enough to spend all day typing inane drivel on the likes of Digital Spy.

Here’s Mikey



Esther is back!

Esther – scrounger buster

Fantastic news – Esther is back where she belongs. The DWP has missed her and it’s now time for her to take up where she left off, ie continuing her purge of sickness benefit scroungers! A great day for the taxpayer: a terrible day for malingering parasites.

Welcome back Esther, the taxpayers have missed you.

Daily Mail

disabled joke

I would never do that of course, but you can find me on the Daily Mail’s comments section, where I give both barrels to fake disabled claimants, benefit scroungers and the workshy.

Currysocks2017 – returning to take on what’s left of the scum after the great IDS cleanup.

The groundwork for my Twitter account has been completed. The welfare brigade and disability mafia will be apoplectic when I go live.






Despite me not having time to blog anymore my site still has lots of visitors.

I’ve toyed with the idea of twitter before and it might be a good way to continue exposing the sickness benefit scrounging culture of the UK.

It may be time….