UKIP hate the Unemployed too.
UKIP don’t just loathe migrant workers.
They hate the unemployed here as well.
We are, UKIP says, “a parasitic underclass of scroungers”. (The Void)
They want this policy,
Require those on benefits – starting with Housing and Council Tax Benefit recipients in private rented homes – to take part in council-run local community projects called ‘Workfare’ schemes. The schemes will be in addition to council jobs.
The Void comments that it is now hard to find the policy document that says this.
But more evidence keeps coming in of their views,
We have this,
Some long-term benefit claimants would be banned from using their benefit cash to buy cigarettes, alcohol or satellite TV subscriptions under proposals due to be presented at the UK Independence party’s spring conference on Saturday.
The proposed ban on paying for satellite TV comes only a fortnight after it was disclosed that Rupert Murdoch, the chairman and biggest shareholder of News Corp, had met the Ukip leader, Nigel Farage, for the first time, prompting speculation that the Sun may support the party.
Now you can only get benefits in the UK if you have ‘habitual residence’.
That is you’ve lived and worked here.
So they want people who’ve paid taxes to get no JSA.
Now we have this,
After Scrapbook exposed sick comments from a UKIP councillor on banning unemployed people from voting, the party’s most high-profile new recruit has rushed to his defence, claiming Cllr Tom Bursnall “has a point”, going on to say it is “dangerous” to let unemployed people vote.
Having defected from the Tories, 23 year-old Alexandra Swann was the star turn at UKIP’s recent conference in Skegness — with party leader Nigel Farage proudly declaring that “the Swann has migrated”.
But appearing to agree with Cllr Bursnall, who as the former chair of Conservative Future is also a defector from the Tories to UKIP, she continued:
“allowing people to vote on how other people’s money is spent — if they don’t contribute — is dangerous” Here.
That’s the real UKIP: the enemy of the out-of-work.