You might consider this an instance of criminal entrepreneuralism;
“A man was able to remove more than £40,000 from an Ulster Bank ATM in one day in the early stages of the computer meltdown, the Belfast Telegraph can reveal. The man, who is understood to be a foreign national and on benefits, is believed to have secured the sum after visiting a cash machine on the Shankill Road more than 80 times on the same day.”
Now then, let’s chuckle at the sheer criminal enterprise of this guy who must have been permanently attached to the ATM machine that day on the Shnakill Road but once we’ve finished chuckling consider the fact he isa “foreign national on benefits”. That’s right – he is here, like SO many, for the welfare. At a time when our welfare system is under extreme duress coping with the needs of our OWN people, we just cannot afford to be acting as a magnet for those like this foreign thief. Now had this been a local the crime would still be a crime and worthy of the same punishment (Whatever that will be? ) but the fact that this was a foreigner who has come here to claim benefits shines a little light into the devastating demographic changes put in place by our membership of the EU and the open borders agenda of the previous Labour government.