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November 30, 2010

British Taxpayers Give Unemployed Somali Over $3,000/Week to Live in Mansion

Posted by Dave Blount at November 30, 2010 8:57 AM

Financing your own colonization, displacement, and disappearance isn't cheap. The Somali immigrant in the news in Portland recalls the story of the Abdi Nur clan:

A family of former asylum-seekers from Somalia are living in a £2.1million luxury townhouse in one of Britain's most exclusive addresses at a cost to taxpayers of £8,000 a month.
Abdi and Sayruq Nur and their seven children moved into their three-storey property in a fashionable area of London … because they didn't like the 'poorer' part of the city they were living in.
Mr Nur, 42, an unemployed bus conductor, and his 40-year-old wife, who has never worked, are now living in Kensington despite the fact that they are totally dependent on state benefits.

Big Government gives Nur £2,000 (US$3,109.31) per week of other people's money, which he then passes along to the landlord. No expense is too great when it comes to importing future generations of Mohamed Osman Mohamuds.

At least Nur is more or less happy with his free accommodations now.

Mr Nur said: 'The new house is good enough and it is near the school and the shops. We need a house this big because we have so many children.
'The old house was good but the area was not so good. It was a very poor area and there were no buses, no shops and the schools were too far.
'The old house was four or five bus stops away from the primary school attended by two of my children.

Nur didn't come all the way from Somalia and climb aboard the moonbat gravy train just to watch his children endure four or five bus stops.

The family's three-storey property, which dates from the 1840s, has five bedrooms, two bathrooms, a fully fitted kitchen and a garden.
The family's living room, which boasts a large bay window, is dominated by a 50in LG flatscreen TV. It also has two large black leather sofas, two elaborate rugs and lush houseplants.

Adapting quickly to the extravagant and completely unearned luxury, Nur asserts that he and his typically (for immigrants from Muslim countries) large family are "no better or no worse off than anyone else."

When last heard from, Nur said he was looking for a job, but it's hard to see the point. When last he worked, 18 months previously, he was making £6.50 an hour. To pay the rent on his new digs he would have to work 44 hours per day. In a country run by moonbats, working just doesn't make any sense.

On a tip from Dystopic PC.