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Friday, 9 August 2013

The disgusting way that indigenous Whites are being treated in their own Country

If this family were from immigrant stock they would have been rehoused long ago. This article by the Jew owned Daily Mail is trying to make out that they are 'scroungers' it describes them as 'Jobless'. Well what do they expect, there are no jobs that pay a decent wage as mass immigration of 'cheap labour' has put pay to that. J.H.

From the Daily Mail:

'We need a bigger house for our seven kids': Jobless dad claims being forced to live in just two bedrooms could make his children ill'

David and Lisa Stewart and their seven children aged from three months to six 
years share just two bedrooms in their home in Alness in the Scottish Highlands

A jobless couple are demanding a bigger home after having seven children in a council house with just two bedrooms.

David Stewart, 38, and his wife Lisa, 29, whose youngsters are all under seven, claim the cramped conditions are unhealthy for their young family.

Solomon, six, Clementine, five, Donald, four, Katy-Anne, three, twins Joshua and Sophie, two, and three-month-old baby April are 'crammed in like sardines' and making them depressed, Mr Stewart says.

Their home has three bedrooms, but one is filled with furniture bought by the family in case they move somewhere larger. 
The Stewarts' children sleep four to a room, or share with their parents.

Mr Stewart has accused his local council in the Highlands of losing his application form for a new house exchange twice and prioritising new [immigrant] families in the area. Mr Stewart said his family's sleeping arrangements are causing stress and has called for more space for his children

Mr Stewart said he and his wife fear for the health of their children living in such crowded conditions.

At home: Mrs Stewart and her children, who says they have tried to get a larger 
home from the council but say they have been put to the back of the queue
'I put in for an exchange five years ago but I knew these things took time and was prepared to be patient. Later I put in a second application, widening the geographic area, because I felt it might increase our chances if we were willing to be housed in other places.
'Then I heard of a four-bedroom house becoming available locally and I went to the council to ask if I could be considered for it. I was shocked to be told they didn’t even have an application from me. 
'They said it must have gone astray in the post, but I didn’t understand how that could happen twice.
'It’s now five years since I put the first application in and in that time I have seen many other families moving into Milnafua, some from abroad, and getting houses very quickly.

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