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VIA| Europe is under siege from a flood of refugees. Many are fleeing violence in search of a better life, some are terrorists waiting for the right time to strike and many are opportunists seeking to exploit Europe’s permissive government’s and cultural norms.

When one refugee family demanded a taxpayer-funded upgrade to a mansion, they got more than they bargained for as theFrench judge became outraged by the greed.


The father of a migrant family of 10, who not only refuses to work for his $147,000 benefits per year but is a full-time student on the taxpayer’s dime, recently refused a free 5-bedroom house to demand a mansion for his growing family. However, after the councilman heard of the family’s entitlement, he reneged on the offer and instead gave the perfect 7-word response.

Arnold and Jeanne Sube fled Cameroon as asylum seekers in search of a better life, which they quickly found in France. Unfortunately, France’s benefits didn’t live up to the Subes’ standards, so they headed to Britain, where they finally began living the welfare lifestyle of which many impoverished taxpayers and homeless veterans dream.

However, instead of gratitude for draining the taxpayers and refusing to contribute anything in return except more children, Arnold and Jeanne, both 33, demanded a larger house because their free 3-bedroom home is “too cramped.” Hearing their plea, the Luton council decided that offering 2 extra bedrooms wouldn’t be too far beyond the city’s budget to suit the whining migrants. To their surprise, the family not only turned down the offer but had yet another demand.

The Express reports that the Sube family responded to the council’s generous offer of a free 5-bedroom home by insisting on being given a mansion with at least 6 double bedrooms. Shocked at their entitlement, a Luton Borough Council spokesman told them that since they’re going to continue to demand without contributing, “We will offer the property to another family” and they will remain in their 3-bedroom house.

“We managed to find Mr. and Mrs. Sube affordable housing large enough to house them and their children,” the council spokesman stated. “If declined without, what we judge, good reason, then we will offer the property to another family.”

“There are not many five-bedroom council houses in Luton and they were lucky to be offered one. I haven’t a lot of sympathy for them,” Tory leader Michael Garrett added.

According to The Sun, the migrants are now complaining that the council is purposefully oppressing them. However, this particular family accrues over $147,000 in handouts each year and ran up a $51,156 hotel bill with $28,000 of it on room service alone after the council placed them there for 4 months.

Still, Arnold says he and his family, with children ranging from 3 months to 16 years, has been “neglected” by the city. This neglect apparently includes a large flat-screen HDTV, a TV in one of the children’s rooms, and an XBOX game console, all funded by taxpayers. While Arnold complains of the “cramped” quarters, he forgot to mention that he turned one of the bedrooms into his personal gym.

“Me and my family have been neglected. We are in a three-bedroom house. It’s so cramped and the conditions are terrible,” Arnold said, adding that there wasn’t space for his things. “The council is trying to make things hard for us. My wife is a full-time mother and I am a student. They’re just making excuses. We need a five or six-bedroom house with double rooms to comfortably fit in. We have developed depression, anxiety, which we were on medication for. The area is the worst I have lived in. This is the worst house.”

Councilman Tom Shaw explained that the Subes have already turned down 2 homes worth between $332,000 and $360,000.

“People have to realize we are in the middle of a national housing crisis,” Shaw said. “We have more than 10,000 people on the waiting list and 1,000 in temporary accommodation. This family are living in a large three-bed house. We managed to find them a large four-bed house and then a five-bed, which they turned down. We can’t be any more sympathetic. We can’t just magic the property people want out of thin air.”

The Subes are the epitome of the refugee crisis, a migration opportunity for many economic migrants. The West has offered up its most generous benefits at the expense of the taxpayers and our guests are holding out for something better. These asylum seekers who claim to have fled from war, desperation, unlivable poverty, and political oppression are looking at a house with 5 bedrooms and all the amenities our own lower class taxpayers don’t even have and they’re accusing us of “neglect.”

This is not an uncommon story. While this particular instance is astonishing for the outrageous entitlement, each and every day in Europe and the U.S., our too-generous welfare systems are challenged by entitled “takers” of society who believe that they have a human right to take from society and contribute nothing in return.

That these entitled brats are not out on the street is far more mercy than the family deserves.

About Barry G. Morris


  1. Kent

    September 9, 2016 at 9:43 am

    Is this a hoax? I mean, have people gone brain dead?

  2. cody dafoe

    September 9, 2016 at 4:19 pm

    die you fucking pigs I wish I could kill you all my self all imergrants must die


    September 10, 2016 at 10:09 am

    On medication for depression? Don’t leave your home country. Depression is a natural effect of culture shock. Still got depression? The best medication for that is birth control not a bigger house. Bigger house=more children=more depression.

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