This is how the generous welfare states will be collapsed.https://newsinteractives.cbc.ca/longform/syrian-family-wheelchair-halifax
You had a genetic disease and you decided to have 10 kids? What was the medical care like pre Arab Spring?
Because some people in the world are copulating generously and gifting us their spawn?This is how the generous welfare states will be collapsed.
The old adage is true: you cannot have open borders and welfare states.Because some people in the world are copulating generously and gifting us their spawn?
I think 4 children nets you about 2000 CAD a month in child benefits; about entry level middle class. I am not sure if you have more children whether the pay out is the same per child or there is a logarithmic or exponential curve.
It also includes $10 per adult for food in hotels + a flat rate of $50 for each child. At one point there were 600 refugees in Toronto hotels, so that could easily amount to millions after 3 months in hotels.https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/mayor-john-tory-refugee-letter-toronto-mps-1.4722037
"According to the letter, there are more than 3,000 refugee claimants and asylum seekers being housed in Toronto's shelters and hotels....In the report, the interim city manager says council has earmarked more than $64.5 million in its last two operating budgets to meet the needs of refugee claimants."
$64,500,000 / 3,000 refugees = $21,500 per year = $1791 per month. My rent isn't even that high for my flat. Where do they live?!
And not hard to see where the generous welfare states are heading in Europe. We must be mad, literally mad......It also includes $10 per adult for food in hotels + a flat rate of $50 for each child. At one point there were 600 refugees in Toronto hotels, so that could easily amount to millions after 3 months in hotels.
Here is the press release from the city:
The $64.5 Million was a projection based on 40% of the shelter system occupied by refugee/asylum claimants. The rest for hotel rooms and they are predicting a need for 2000 hotel rooms.
Direct costs for refugees was $7.6 million in the first quarter and the projection is for the budget to be gone at the end of this month leading to a $30 million shortfall for the rest of the year.
2000 hotel rooms x $100 per day = $200,000 per day.
Not hard to see how t he costs can accrue