Originally posted by VoidHawk
How about this.
FACT: There is NOT enough jobs, anyone who denies that is a fool.
So, if we force these so called "lazy kids" into a job we are actually depriving someone who WANTS a job.
That's true isn't it!
You miss the point a little, there are jobs that these people can do but they refuse to bother, no not glamorous super jobs, ordinary boring ones, but
ones that pay. Yes jobs are not everywhere but these lazy sods don't even look.
That's the point...
Personally if you are on job seekers and you refuse to seek then cut their money in half, the very least they can do is actively look.
I'm not suggesting people on benefits are freeloaders, anything but in many cases, there's people from all walks of life trying to get back in to
the game and my heart goes out to them because they really want to improve their circumstances but to the lazy people who just sit back and wait for
the money to go in their account on their EBT card in the states I say FREELOADER, LAZY ARSE FREELOADER.
They did a programme on foreign workers here in the UK, they went to local farms offering picking work, the entire work force was Polish, but before
either side jump, the work was made available in the Job Centre's and the wage was above average, when the programme interviewed the locals all of
them bar one simply refused to do the work because it was "too hard" and they "had to get up early", the one British guy that did take a job left
after a week because he could not keep up with the Poles and found it too hard.
So not only do we see lazy people but people afraid of a bit of graft, people say the Polish were taking their jobs but the truth was very different.
By trade I was a technical Manager, I ran a branch of a well known electronics firm and had a technical skilled background in computers, I built them,
programmed them, gave support and managed a work force. Before that I was a teaching assistant at a special needs school, when the management job went
I tried to get back into it but it wasn't to be, too old and under qualified, the experience was there but I was never put on the MS course nor could
afford it then. So did I give up, NO, I worked as a salesman, when that went because the firm collapsed I sold furniture, I then learned how to make
it, when they like many shops closed I worked for contractors on heavy repair jobs, building lift shafts, hauling RSJ's and renovating Dewhurst the
Butchers shops, long hours, hard graft poor pay but it paid the rent, that is until my body broke.
The point being, I never gave up, nothing was beneath me, sure I'd have loved being back behind the desk having 3 holidays to Florida a year with my
wife and daughter but it wasn't to be so I adapted. The lazy sods won't even try to work, they see it as YOUR responsibility to pay them to sit on
their backside while you toil at work.
So they are not competing for jobs others want but they are leeching from society, how do you think a person that was on benefits who has fought damn
hard to get in to work feels when they see that now they are paying for some loser to sit there laughing at them calling them sheep and slaves, part
of their wages is going towards the many thousand who have the same ideal of doing NOTHING.
I've been on the Job Centre courses with the older people who feel there's nothing out there for them and in most cases they are right 100% but when
things turn up they at least try, these young cretins won't even bother, they refuse to do the courses or go for one day and go home, its a huge joke