Skip to comments.Give me charity money pleads mother-of-TEN, insists £30,000-a-year benefits 'not enough'
Posted on 08/13/2011 5:53:53 AM PDT by SanFranDan
FULL TITLE: Give me charity money pleads mother-of-TEN who insists her £30,000-a-year ($50,789.52)benefits are 'not enough'
A mother-of-ten who nets more than £30,000-a-year ($50,789.52) in benefits has begged for charity donations to help raise her brood - because her state 'wage' is not enough.
Moira Pearce, 34, has insisted her weekly government handout of £600 is insufficient to feed and clothe her children and she needs donations to survive.
The single mum - whose kids are fathered by four ex-partners - has insisted her range of child and family allowance benefits do not meet her weekly outgoings.
Her annual payments funded by the public purse work out at a staggering £31,200-a-year ($50,789.52) or £3,120 ($5,079) per child.
Ms Pearce - who lives with unemployed ex-boyfriend Mark Austin, 19, seven daughters and three sons - now wants extra help to save her from going under.
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All you need do is look closely around her eyes to see that.
The kids don’t like they’re in bad shape, to be fair. What homelife is like, I have no idea.
I wonder how much it costs per annum to raise a child in the UK? She’s not paying rent, and from what I’ve read, that’s horrifically expensive so that’s one expenditure she doesn’t have to worry about. But, what does it cost to feed, clothe, etc., a child in merry olde England?
Yeah......Mealticket, Mealticket Jr., Mealticket the Third, etc.
I like that. :-)
The children have zombie eyes. Fetal alcohol effect, or just the blankness produced by a life of nothing but television-watching?
A hint as to her idea of foreplay
Seriously, she has a 17 yr old daughter and a 19 yr old lover?
Link to another food article by Melanie Phillips:
This one also applies here.
you forget about Laz...for the love of God, don’t ping him.
Laz is needed for the “I’d hit that, with a crowbar” graphic.
I'm no diagnostician, but I don't see obvious Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: flat midface, underdeveloped jaw, etc. I could be wrong. I think these may be angry/depressed faces: "I think there's supposed to be more, but I've no clue what it is."
Oh, and I fixed the apostrophe thingy. Thankee.
Depravity and hoodlum like behavior have no skin color. It is a matter of culture and values in both the US and UK, not skin color.
See post #40.....
No kidding. The kids should be taken away from this idiot. Anyone who is this careless could not possibly be a good mother. She should be fixed like the animal she’s acting like. And all government hand outs to her should be stopped. I have no sympathy for people like this, it’s excessive and gross.
It’s just my opinion, but I think she’s nothing but a piece of trash. She needs handouts of birth control pills, rather than more welfare money.
I hadn’t even picked up on that.
This is obscene and it makes you want to dictate obscene remedies - like forced sterilization and removing all her kids to foster parents.
The worst part is that it is an obscene and insane society that agrees to pay these sums - take monies from everyone else and give it - to this woman.
Reading the comments, I was somewhat comforted to know that there are still normal, hardworking responsible people who are outraged by this. The taxpayers on both sides of the ocean should vote out this kind of government provided entitlement. Lifelong benefits breed lifelong parasites.
Having a tattooed boob is one thing, but showing it off is entirely different.
I’ll bet she has other tattoos, and many men have seen them.
I have six siblings and my father died when I was nine. I distinctly remember my mom telling me she would never take welfare to raise her family. Instead she worked three jobs and we all pitched in our earnings. Went without including some meals and many extras in life, but I’m glad I had that as an example for taking care of yourself with the cards you’ve been dealt.
No mention of the fathers chipping in. Do father’s get a free pass on financial responsibilities in the UK?