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Tuesday, 6 May 2008

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As Polish people desert the UK in droves because they "can't stand all the immigrants", people are being advised by business organisations to shirk and not to work.

B. Ian Thar and Don Thatt, co-directors of the National Lethargy and Shirkers Network (NLSN) are just two high profile members of the business community to suggest that it is in the interests of British people - especially those who are less educated, support premiership football and read the Daily Star - not to work and allow immigrants do the menial jobs they themselves used to, once upon a time.

"Why should British born and bred people clean streets, serve in McDonalds or hold advertising boards in Oxford Street for £150 a week when they can receive all-expenses-paid accommodation and cash benefits starting at £180 a week by staying at home or in the pub all day. This can also be further supplemented by claiming a vast range of disability benefits, including free cars and parking in designated disabled spaces in supermarkets which up to now have been used exclusively by lazy b*stard 4x4 drivers on their mobile phones.

"They also will have the opportunity to earn thousands more attending two or three tax-free car boot sales a week.

"If you still don't understand how to apply for these grants, there's no need to phone a friend or ask the audience, just apply for legal aid.

"Hundreds of lawyers, social workers and counsellors are waiting to help. It won't cost a penny, so act today - it could change your life forever."

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