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African Welfare Colonists Move Into Extravagantly Expensive Dream House

Monday, October 31, 2016 7:49
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Let’s check in to see how Operation Erase Britain by Displacing Its Population is coming along:

A benefits family who moaned about their four-bed home have been moved to a £425,000 [$516,842.50] dream house.

Arnold Sube, his wife and eight kids have cost taxpayers £238,000 [$289,431.80] in four years. His move to Milton Keynes, Bucks, caused outrage.

The family’s detached pad – in a leafy street dotted with Porsches and Mercedes – has a master bedroom with ensuite, and three further double bedrooms.

Few who work instead of colonize for a living could afford it. The Subes hail from Cameroon.

It should all be enough to keep any father happy, even one who brazenly claimed to The Sun his family was being “neglected” when their previous four-bedroom home felt too cramped.

Mr Sube and wife Jeanne are on benefits adding up to £44,000 [$53,508.40] a year…

If each of their eight kids stays on the dole and has eight kids, and each of them has eight kids, while native Britons have hardly any kids — you can see where this is headed.

Operation EBbDIP is proceeding splendidly. By the end of the century, we will have a Third World socialist hellhole where Great Britain used to be. Carry on, British taxpayers!

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The Sube brood.

On a tip from Rob E.

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