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The solution to the economic crisis

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If the current younger generation lived on the calories consumed by today's current pensioners through their lives and were as active as today's pensioners in their youth It would save the state including the NHS billions in treatment and benefits.

Today's people of working age who gorge themselves into the condition of unemployable obesity are the biggest problem.and drain on the state. At least today's pensioners worked most of their lives contributed their share into the national kitty and had the same proportion of their earnings deducted at source through their working lives, and who worked the whole of their lives.

Today's population suffering from self inflicted obesity and are unemployable will have contributed little or nothing into the kitty, but regard it their right for billions to be spent on treating their condition through the NHS and benefit payments. Forget today's pensioners who have paid their dues, the states biggest problem for the present and in the future is the large section of society who will be expected to be supported by the state because of their refusal or inability to control their calorie intake.
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  1. REP's Avatar
    The total spent on: job seekers allowence, medical treatment and sick pay would shawly pale in comparison with the 70 billion a year lost to tax evasion. Whilst I agree that able benefit cheats should work, it does imply there are enough jobs for the the whole of the working aged, healthy, population to work in.
  2. JAMC's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Robin Edward Putland
    it does imply there are enough jobs for the the whole of the working aged, healthy, population to work in.
    The unemployment figures say something different.

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