Skip to comments.Lithuanian mother,designer clothes, lavish holidays with more than £1,000 a month in UK benefits
Posted on 01/20/2013 9:03:27 AM PST by Para-Ord.45
Natalija Belova, 33, likes to buy clothes in Roberto Cavalli and the Armani Exchange Her handouts total £279 a week and includes housing benefit, child tax credit and child benefit Despite her comfortable life she thinks the government should pay for private nannies
A single mother from Lithuania who lives a life of luxury at the expense of Britain's taxpayers takes home more than £1,000 a month in handouts which funds her love of designer clothes and holidays.
Natalija Belova, 33, said she was shocked at how much she would be entitled to from the State after she moved here four years ago and fell pregnant.
Her handouts total £279 a week which includes housing benefit, child tax credit and child benefit.
Bragging to The Sun on Sunday, she said: 'There's no chance we're leaving. British benefits give me and my daughter a good life.'
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I guess we’re allowed to criticize her because she is white. Well, it’s a start...
Wow... we Americans get skimpy food and support payments! Those Brits are living in the lap of luxury.
It pays not to work as the income is tax-free!
The Law Of Effect - You generally receive more of the behavior that you reward and less of the behavior you punish. If you reward people for not working, then you will have fewer people working. If you punish people who work hard by increasing their taxes, then you will have fewer people working hard.
The boxing promoter Don King once bought vacations for an entire jury (after the trial was over)..and they had found him guilty! I don’t think a jury ever ruled against him again.
Yeah....she ‘fell’ on it and got preggers....
Not true....many US single mothers “earn” much more than that when you consider the sum total of food stamps, rent assistance, aid to dependent children, medical benefits, etc, ALL TAX FREE.
Exactly. I’m still trying to figure out when the patience level finally implodes for all those who work and pay taxes (makers), they go on strike and tell all the tax collectors at all levels to go to hell, and start jamming the streets with protests around D.C., state capitols and local city halls. Maybe then the public payroll recipients and welfare bums/cheats get a wake up call. Nah, never gonna happen.....
US$1771 a month at current rates.
Immigration reform in the US will just generate more of the above here in the US.
Millions of new green card holders will become eligible for more benefits and millions of new citizens will bring relatives in who also will be on the dole.
Plus we will still have uncontrolled borders and illegals overstaying visa’s.
The drum beat for amnesty is growing once again and we need to get ready to tell Congress and the Administration that we just won’t stand for it.
I am trying to figure out how she is living large on 1000 euros a month.
The equivalent of $21k per year ain’t financing any lavish lifestyle! Doesn’t mean being a parasite is no big deal, but c’mon, is this liberal satire?
Oops! How did THAT happen?
Guess she shoulda been wearing her knickers like momma done tole her...
More than I made working 50-hour weeks at my last job.
Credit cards. She’s running up debt and using part of her dole benefits to make the minimum payments. When the credit line runs out, the gravy train will derail and she’ll run back to the UK taxpayer begging for more benefits.
Now what she really needs to be is on a flight back to Lithuania tomorrow along with her daughter.
let’s not forget, it’s good for the economy, or should it be called the “ponzeconomy”?
It is not a far leap for them to mandate abortion for those who conceive illegitimate or unwanted children as a cost saving measure.
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