Why would anyone want to give up a life handed to them?
Well, most immigrant studies show just how many of the nation’s immigrants receive some kind of gov. welfare.
This number turns out to be far higher than any native-born in America. Research shows,
“About 51% of immigrant-led households receive at least one kind of welfare benefit, including Medicaid, food stamps, school lunches and housing assistance, compared to 30% for native-led households, according to the report from the Center for Immigration Studies, a group that advocates for lower levels of immigration. Those numbers increase for households with children, with 76% of immigrant-led households receiving welfare, compared to 52% for the native-born.”
It is no wonder muslims feel they have the right to fuel debate on the nations immigration laws calling for mass deportations.
“This should not be understood as some kind of defect or moral failing on the part of immigrants,” Camarota said about the findings. “Rather, what it represents is a system that allows a lot of less-educated immigrants to settle in the country, who then earn modest wages and are eligible for a very generous welfare system.”
Reported by conservativeworlddaily,
A Muslim migrant living on welfare was recently told by her local city council that she would have to get a job. When the council told her she had to remove her veil to find a job, she refused, and she was then stunned when they fired back by removing something from her…
Mad World News reported that the Muslim woman, whose name has not been released, moved to the Netherlands in 2012. She spent the next two years freeloading and living off welfare, not trying to find a job at all. Finally, the Utrecht’s Department of Work and Income informed the Muslim that she has to get a job if she wants to keep receiving benefits.
The woman responded by saying she can’t find a job because her beliefs require her to wear the face-covering niqab, which is banned in the workplace. Undeterred, the department fired back by stripping her of 30 percent of her benefits and further cutting them by 10 percent each month that she remains unemployed.
Enraged, the Muslim woman took the department to court and claimed that it is her “right” to refuse to work in accordance with her Islamic beliefs. The Central Appeals Court immediately ruled against her and found that the department may deny benefits to all able-bodied Muslims who cite their religious beliefs as an excuse to remain unemployed.
“An uncovered face plays and important role in the contact between people and is essential in finding work,” the court said in its ruling. “…Wearing a niqab interferes with gaining access to the labor market, which puts unnecessary pressure on public funds.”