Grinning glove puppet - that hand controlling him must be rubbing his prostate - David Cameron has taken to the stage to announce his latest array of benefit reforms.
Scrap housing benefits for under 25's. No/less state help for any child after the 3rd. Time limits on how long people can claim certain benefits.
Let's end the culture of benefits dependency!
Is this applying to Mohammed the 18 year old Afghan asylum seeker who trotted through 10 safe countries in the back of a truck to get here?
How about Bahira the burka clad Somalian baby making machine with 15 kids and a nice mansion in Kensington?
Is this going to end all financial/taxpayer support for every damn foreigner who fetches up here waving a sign saying "give us money stupid Englander, we have rights"?
Of course it bloody isn't, we'll keep on funding those enrichers the same as ever.
Anyone remember the recent words of swarthy Goldman Sachs non-exec chairman, Bilderberger, and UN special representative for migration, one Peter Sutherland, regarding "undermining national homogeneity"?
Paraphrasing squinty Sutherland, who took his snout out of the trough long enough to mutter inanities about migration, told a Lords committee that an aging and declining native population in many EU states means that future prosperity can only be achieved by creating increasingly multicultural states.
Great for the profits of Peter Porker and his pack of parasitic cronies, not so good for the native peoples who end up swamped in a flood of foreigners.
Where's the link to Cameron and benefits reforms?
Surely these benefits reforms will encourage those already here to have less children. Therefore, we'll need to import more people to combat an aging and declining population - it would suit Peter Porker and his ilk right down to the ground.
From a national and racial point of view, benefits reform needs to be looked at from an entirely different angle.
First up, no benefits for foreigners. End of. No child benefit, no housing benefit, no use of the NHS, schooling, no access to social housing, etc etc.
We're told they contribute to our prosperity - if they do then surely they shouldn't be draining money from our benefits system. If they are, well, they aren't contributing - get out.
Capping benefits at 3 children - well, surely it's about the same result for us indigneous if 10 families arrive from Pakistan with 3 kids each, or 1 family of 30 arrive, and we're expected to pay for it?
Then, to replace our declining and ageing population, increase child benefits to encourage births among the indigenous people.
This would obviously have to be related to such things as these children attending school, not just being cast offs to earn mommy some extra child benefits and a council house, and so on.
The receipt of benefits would be entirely dependent on the welfare of the children, and the creation of the future of our people.
Although not ideal, benefits are a powerful tool for social engineering - one has only to look at why Britain is a magnet for foreigners the world over. It's because we give them a financial incentive to come here!
Reform benefits, force the lazy to work, but do so in a way that works in the interest of our nation, not a way which will just result in less indigenous children coupled with more and more foreigners flocking to our shores.
Benefits can be used to increase our own birthrates, whilst discouraging others from coming here, and dissuading those foreigners already here from having children. Maybe many will leave of their own accord if the benefits dried up.
Instead, Cameron's approach will make Peter Sutherland happy - they'll speed along our colonisation instead of taking an opportunity to both save money and at the same time help to preserve our indigenous people.
Not that they care about preserving our race of course, every action proves they'd rather we just died out.
*Quick footnote, they say we need to save £10bn from benefits bills. Cut all foreign aid, problem solved. After all, isn't foreign aid really just a form of benefits we pay to foreigners overseas?