But why not? Under socialism, one woman’s needs create an obligation for others to meet them

Frost Family outing

Frost Family outing

Unemployed mother of eleven receives the 6 bedroom, £400,000 new house she’s demanded, “and if I don’t like it they’ll just have to build me another one.”

“She treats her womb like a clown car,” one disgruntled taxpayer complains, but what has she done objectionable? Once they accepted the principle of collectivism, how can any Englishman judge between the merits of her needs and those of, say, a mother of one? In fact, Miss Frost’s needs are greater, so she deserves priority.

With six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a huge kitchen and the very latest in energy-saving eco-friendly design, it is a house that a great many of us would be very happy to buy and move into.

We’d probably be even happier – and perhaps a little humbled – if it was being specifically built for us and paid for by the taxpayer.

But not Heather Frost.

Far from simply being grateful for her good fortune, the jobless mother of 11 says that if she doesn’t like the house she’ll just tell the council to build her another one.

She is due to move into the property – valued at £400,000 – in July after ‘struggling’ to survive in two adjacent houses in Churchdown, Gloucestershire, which have been joined together by the council.

Her new home will slash water and energy bills with its modern design using natural, locally-sourced materials. Extra large windows will fill it with natural light.

But Miss Frost, 37, who is also a grandmother, said the move is still subject to her approving the two-storey accommodation with its 355sq ft kitchen and dining area.

Neighbours say Frost currently lives with 14 people: all her eleven children, two grandchildren and her partner Jake, who they claim is also unemployed.

‘It’s being built especially for me,’ she said. ‘If I go there and I say to them I don’t like it or it’s too small, then they will just have to build me a bigger one, won’t they?’

Miss Frost says living in her current accommodation has been a nightmare. A minibus and two battered cars were parked on the lawn of the house yesterday.

UPDATE:  FU and the horse you rode in on. Turns out that British taxpayers are also paying £65 month to stable the Frost family’s horse.

6 Comments

Filed under Uncategorized

6 responses to “But why not? Under socialism, one woman’s needs create an obligation for others to meet them

  1. Westchesterer

    They deserve everything they get. Do you remember the time when Western Europeans extolled the virtues of socialism? The only problem is that it seems we listened to them and followed suit. The chickens are coming home to roost.

  2. Libertarian Advocate

    England really is well and truly FOOKED. From wherever he now is, even Neville Chamberlain must be watching all of this with horror.

  3. David Smith

    How do I get in on this?

  4. Peg

    “Her needs are greater.”

    Yep. “Fooked” a pretty good description, Libertarian A.

  5. OG17

    How much time left for Britain?
    Muslim preacher urges followers to claim ‘Jihad Seeker’s Allowance’
    http://bit.ly/ZqwFRv
    Anjem Choudary was secretly filmed mocking non-Muslims for working in 9-5 jobs their whole lives, and told followers that some revered Islamic figures had only ever worked one or two days a year.

  6. Rivman

    Its unfortunate she can no longer have any more children. At least her children are taking up the baton.
    White trash is not limited to this side of the Atlantic.