“Vasectomies are free”: Tory party’s new vice chair urged jobless to stop having kids or UK would ‘drown in wasters’

In all seriousness now: if Ben Bradley, Toby Young et al are the “master race” [by virtue of the fact they believe in eugenics], then how thick and brainless do you have to be to spew your hatred and bile on social media? If I was a member of their “elite” and had their views, I certainly wouldn’t be on social media broadcasting racist/eugenics bile. How thick is Theresa May to have these idiots in any kind of authority? Also why is Ben Bradley attacking the poor having kids? When he has kids himself and they will [undoubtedly] be raised with the same mind set. Sadly, eugenics is nothing new to the Tory Party, Winston Churchill was an early proponent of eugenic legislation decades before Hitler came to power, today, we [fortunately] get to hear about it more often, because Tories are too dumb to realise that they can not erase their bile as easily as they wrote it on social media – Toby Young will attest to that fact I’m sure. Suffice to say, if they are the “master race” I’m glad I’m just a pleb! GN


Ben Bradley, appointed the vice chair for youth last week, said the UK would drown in a ‘vast sea of unemployed waters’ if people on benefits had too many kids

Theresa May’s new youth tsar has sparked outrage after calling for the unemployed to have vasectomies.

A Labour Shadow Cabinet member told the Daily Mirror it was proof “the nasty party is alive and well”. Campaigners said the Tory MP’s remarks “may be read as an endorsement of eugenics”. Mr Bradley said Britain would be “drowning in a vast sea of unemployed wasters” unless those out of work limited the number of children they produce.

Promoted Tory MP who called for vasectomies for jobless also wanted poor to be kicked out of London

Ben Bradley, far right, was appointed to the role of vice chair for youth by Theresa May

He made the comments aged 22 in a January 17 2012 post on his blog consbradders32, which was only revealed today. The now-deleted post was headlined “Give us the benefits ‘cap’ – before we all drown!”. It was tagged with keywords including “chavs” and “wasters”.

The Mansfield MP said: “It’s horrendous that there are families out there that can make vastly more than the average wage, (or in some cases more than a bloody good wage) just because they have 10 kids. “Sorry but how many children you have is a choice; if you can’t afford them, stop having them! “Vasectomies are free.”

Tory Hypocrisy!

There are hundreds of families in the UK who earn over £60,000 in benefits without lifting a finger because they have so many kids (and for the rest of us that’s a wage of over £90,000 before tax!).

“Take the example of the Smiths (actual name, not a cover story), who earn around £95 grand a year for their 10 kids under 15 years old, live for free in a council house and even have their meals delivered to them.

“It’s a tough life when, as Mrs Smith put it ‘we are so hard up that we can only afford one Nintendo Wii between all the kids’.”

Labour’s Shadow Youth Affairs Minister Cat Smith said: “These repulsive comments expose the Tories’ disgraceful attitude to unemployed people.”

Scandal-hit Tory MP Ben Bradley said public sector workers should quit if they don’t think they’re paid enough

Ben Bradley’s offensive blogpost

“That they come from a man Theresa May chose as a Vice Chair of her party speaks volumes. “The nasty party is alive and well.”

Mr Bradley deleted the blog post this afternoon which had been written in support of the Government’s controversial benefit cap. The post went on: “People have to take responsibility for their own lives, and if they are struggling but working hard to help themselves then they should get help.

“But if they choose to have 10 kids they should take responsibility for that choice and look after them, not expect everyone else to foot the bill!”

Arguing that welfare cuts were vital to preserving British culture, he added: “Families who have never worked a day in their lives having 4 or 5 kids and the rest of us having 1 or 2 means it’s not long before we’re drowning in a vast sea of unemployed wasters that we pay to keep! Iain Duncan Smith’s cap proposal is spot on!”

In a statement Mr Bradley, 28, said: “I apologise for these posts. My time in politics has allowed me to mature and I now realise that this language is not appropriate.”

His wife Shanade, 32, is a luxury hotel food and beverage manager and the mother of their two sons. [I think it’s very sad that he breeds, because he will teach his kids the same hatred & bile].

She hung up when the Daily Mirror asked whether she also held her husband’s view that the unemployed should have vasectomies. [Like follows like]

Mr Bradley was elected to parliament in 2017 and became the first Tory since 1885 to win in the former mining town of Mansfield in Nottinghamshire. He is one of several young MPs given roles at Tory HQ as part of a drive by Mrs May to broaden the Tories’ appeal among voters under 40.

Speaking to the BBC after his appointment last week, Mr Bradley said it was a “huge challenge” to make the party more appealing to the young. [I doubt there’s many young people with such hatred & bile to make a difference]

He added: “We really struggle to sell what we are trying to achieve.” Before becoming an MP, Mr Bradley, from Derbyshire, was involved in Conservative politics as an activist and councillor. He holds an arts degree from the University of Nottingham and previously worked as an office manager, recruiter, and landscape gardener.

Poverty campaigner Paul Sng, director of documentary Dispossession: The Great Social Housing Swindle, said: “Ben Bradley seems to think that the poorest and most vulnerable people in our society are worthless. [Don’t all Tories?]

“His comments may be read as an endorsement of eugenics and echo the very worst elements of Conservative ideology in regard to social welfare. [you think] 

“It’s alarming that a public servant should hold such views, let alone think it’s appropriate to voice them when there are hundreds of people in his constituency of Mansfield who have suffered due to Tory cuts and deindustrialisation, which has decimated job prospects in the area for the past few decades.”

Only last month, Mr Bradley had written an article admitting the Tories needed to change their “wooden” and “robotic” brand. He said: “From a personal perspective I think it’s a terrible situation that an aspirational, hard-working 30-something looking to raise a family, build a career and do well could ever not be Conservative.

“In my mind that’s what we as a party are all about; the party of opportunity and of aspiration.”The fact that so many working people didn’t vote Conservative shows just how bad we are at ‘selling’ not just our policies, but our values.”

Mr Bradley, who won the Mansfield seat last June, used a 2012 blog post to support the controversial benefit cap introduced by the Conservative-Lib Dem coalition.

In a post spotted by Buzzfeed News the Tory rising star wrote “Vasectomies are free,” while arguing that welfare cuts were vital to preserving British culture.

“Families who have never worked a day in their lives having 4 or 5 kids and the rest of us having 1 or 2 means it’s not long before we’re drowning in a vast sea of unemployed wasters that we pay to keep!” Bradley continued. “Iain Duncan Smith’s cap proposal is spot on!”

Mr Bradley deleted his blog when approached by the Buzzfeed News and issued an apology through Conservative headquarters. [apologies are nothing he still has the same view] 

“I apologise for these posts,” Bradley said in the emailed statement. “My time in politics has allowed me to mature and I now realise that this language is not appropriate.”

Mr Bradley, who was a Tory activist and is still a councillor, has been hailed as a rising star within the party. [any one wanna take bets on how long he’ll be in the party?]

Ben Bradley’s blog post in full

No sector of the government spends more of taxpayers money than the Department of Work and Pensions, and as the House of Lords debates the proposed changes to the Welfare Programme it’s important to make it clear that cuts are necessary and vital to not only our economy but to British Culture; benefits must become ‘a hand up, not a hand out’.

In terms of unemployment benefit the best proposal I’ve heard in a long time is the idea of an ‘allowance cap’ for families, so that total benefits would be limited to around £500 per week for families with children. It’s horrendous that there are families out there that can make vastly more than the average wage, (or in some cases more than a bloody good wage) just because they have 10 kids. Sorry but how many children you have is a choice; if you can’t afford them, stop having them! Vasectomies are free.

There are hundreds of families in the UK who earn over £60,000 in benefits without lifting a finger because they have so many kids (and for the rest of us that’s a wage of over £90,000 before tax!) Take the example of the Smiths (actual name, not a cover story), who earn around £95 grand a year for their 10 kids under 15 years old, live for free in a council house and even have their meals delivered to them. It’s a tough life when, as Mrs Smith put it “we are so hard up that we can only afford one Nintendo Wii between all the kids”. The family receive benefits totaling £44,954 a year. They also have a £950-a-week bed-and-breakfast deal where the council pays for breakfasts delivered to their home. This comes to £49,400, making a grand total of £94,354 a year. All in all around 190 families like this cost the taxpayer over £11 million a year!

People have to take responsibility for their own lives, and if they are struggling but working hard to help themselves then they should get help. But if they choose to have 10 kids they should take responsibility for that choice and look after them, not expect everyone else to foot the bill! Families who have never worked a day in their lives having 4 or 5 kids and the rest of us having 1 or 2 means its not long before we’re drowning in a vast sea of unemployed wasters that we pay to keep! Iain Duncan Smith’s cap proposal is spot on!

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