Life Is Good Living On The Dole


The Sun interviewed a Lithuanian immigrant to the UK who is quite pleased to live her life on the public dole, and offers no apologies for sponging off the taxpayers.

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Natalija Belova, 33, told The Sun how she spurns full-time work — yet can afford foreign holidays and buys designer clothes.

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The Lithuanian said: “British benefits give me and my daughter a good life.”

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She has milked soft-touch Britain for £50,000 in benefits and yesterday said: “I simply take what is given to me.”

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Overjoyed Natalija told how she lives a life of luxury thanks to our “strange” system, declaring: “It’s important to have nice things and good holidays.”

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The graduate, who became a single mum after she arrived here, rakes in more than £1,000 a month in handouts — £14,508 a year — to fund her love of designer clothes, jaunts to the Spanish sun and nightclubbing.

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She bragged: “I have a lovely, fully-furnished flat and money to live properly on.

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“There’s no chance we’re leaving. British benefits give me and my daughter a good life.” (Read More)

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She did complain that the government does not provide her with a private nanny, as opposed to the public nursery school she doesn’t have to pay for. Oh, and she does work a maximum of 16 hours per week from home so she has cash to pay the minimum payments on her maxed out credit cards.

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This is the model the progressives are following here in the US. Just think of President Obama’s Julia.

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