It's us who pay
By Matthew Acton
UNEMPLOYED scrounger Mohammed Salim is getting the state to pay for him, his wife and their ELEVEN kids—because he can't be bothered to go to work.
He quit his £27,000 job teaching maths and science three years ago and is BETTER OFF claiming £29,096 a year in benefits.
And he has much more time to devote to his Islamic political party— which ATTACKS the British government, even though this country gives his family their food, clothes and house for free.
Mohammed is also busy planning his TWELFTH baby with wife Noreen, 35, but has no plans to get a job.
He grinned: "For many years I worked in Derby as a teacher, earning £27,000 a year, and Noreen would be at home with the kids.
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"I would come home at weekends. Then I moved back to work in Manchester and took a pay cut to £24,000. It was a load of c***.
"I was teaching at a college and I'd be up at 5.30am with the kids then have to go to work.
"I just couldn't be a***d with sitting in traffic. I'd be sat in traffic for hours and I felt like I'd done a day's work by the time I got there, I was so stressed."
"It's nice to be at home with the kids and for Noreen to have a hand."
That's a luxury most hard-working taxpayers who struggle to support their families can only dream about.
The family we're all supporting live in a comfy five-bedroom house on a quiet street in Rochdale, Gtr Manchester. They get £19,000 a year Jobseeker's Allowance, £6,600 Child Benefit, £2,496 free school meals and £1,000 Council Tax Relief.
They have a minibus to swan around in, two TVs and a computer, plus a garden full of brightly-coloured toys. Noreen has never worked since marrying Mohammed—who is her cousin—when she was 16.
She said: "I spend all day clearing up after the children. As soon as you pick up one pile of crisps or mop up drink, there's another."
As she sits on the sofa nursing their latest addition—an as yet unnamed two-week-old girl—Mohammed explains: "I can't stand condoms.
1) It's us who pay