By a eu Migrent say we are push overs

I am from the “Easter Europe” and to be precise from Slovakia; my country joined the EU in 2004. I came the same year to “your” country to improve my English. I am now a final year student at a University in the UK.
I do NOT!!! live on benefits!!! + Non of my friends from the “Eastern Europe”.

The reason why I am posting a comment is:

The whole benefit system in the UK is completely ridiculous!!!

Firstly, do you blame those people (Polish, etc), that they claime benefits? They are only a mirror image of the group of British citizens, who do the same! I am talking about a particularly group of British people (BUT this group is not small in numbers) who are not working, abusing the system by living on benefits of all kind. I do not want to start to talk about the problem of “teenager pregnancies”.

Secondly, when the United Kingdom opened the working market for the new EU countries in 2004, they should considered all possibilities, not now when they are loosing their ground under their feed.

To conclude, the system is wrong, because it can be abused. It is simple as that and speaking frankly, you do not need to be a genius to figure it out. As we can see it is happening on daily basis and this is utterly alogical!

Slovakia is not better than the UK and the British are not better that the others, the fact is that we all are humans and SOME OF US will simply use the chances to misuse and abuse the system if they have the opportunity to do it so. We show only give benefits to uk citizen or poeple in the uk.

Why is this idea important?

I am from the “Easter Europe” and to be precise from Slovakia; my country joined the EU in 2004. I came the same year to “your” country to improve my English. I am now a final year student at a University in the UK.
I do NOT!!! live on benefits!!! + Non of my friends from the “Eastern Europe”.

The reason why I am posting a comment is:

The whole benefit system in the UK is completely ridiculous!!!

Firstly, do you blame those people (Polish, etc), that they claime benefits? They are only a mirror image of the group of British citizens, who do the same! I am talking about a particularly group of British people (BUT this group is not small in numbers) who are not working, abusing the system by living on benefits of all kind. I do not want to start to talk about the problem of “teenager pregnancies”.

Secondly, when the United Kingdom opened the working market for the new EU countries in 2004, they should considered all possibilities, not now when they are loosing their ground under their feed.

To conclude, the system is wrong, because it can be abused. It is simple as that and speaking frankly, you do not need to be a genius to figure it out. As we can see it is happening on daily basis and this is utterly alogical!

Slovakia is not better than the UK and the British are not better that the others, the fact is that we all are humans and SOME OF US will simply use the chances to misuse and abuse the system if they have the opportunity to do it so. We show only give benefits to uk citizen or poeple in the uk.

EU payments

The repeal of all acts requiring the UK to make payments or contributions to the European Union. This should only be replaced with an act to make financial contributions after the government has received a mandate as a result of a National Referendum. All taxpayers should have the option of refusing any of their tax monies goes to the European Union.

Why is this idea important?

The repeal of all acts requiring the UK to make payments or contributions to the European Union. This should only be replaced with an act to make financial contributions after the government has received a mandate as a result of a National Referendum. All taxpayers should have the option of refusing any of their tax monies goes to the European Union.

Reducing The United Kingdom’s National Deficit – No To Europe & Foreign Aid

According to the Maastricht Treaty, the deficit of any nation should not exceed 3% of the Gross Domestic Product of that Nation.  According to the Office For National Statistics our 2009 deficit at £159,200,000,000 was 11.4% of the Gross Domestic Product.  According to the Maastricht Treaty, the cumulative debit of any nation should not exceed 60% of the Gross Domestic Product of that Nation.  According to the Office For National Statistics our 2009 cumulative debt at £950,400,000,000 was 68.1% of the Gross Domestic Product.  It is clear from these figures that something is very, very wrong.

Why is this idea important?

According to the Maastricht Treaty, the deficit of any nation should not exceed 3% of the Gross Domestic Product of that Nation.  According to the Office For National Statistics our 2009 deficit at £159,200,000,000 was 11.4% of the Gross Domestic Product.  According to the Maastricht Treaty, the cumulative debit of any nation should not exceed 60% of the Gross Domestic Product of that Nation.  According to the Office For National Statistics our 2009 cumulative debt at £950,400,000,000 was 68.1% of the Gross Domestic Product.  It is clear from these figures that something is very, very wrong.