Saturday, April 23, 2016

Afghan asylum seekers in Austria demand IVF treatment so they can have 10th child

(Vienna/Wien) An Afghan couple with 9 children (eldest 20, youngest 5) who sought and gained sanctuary in Austria have caused a huge debate on immigration when it has been revealed that they are after their 10th child and as the female is having trouble pushing another one out, have asked the state to pay for IVF treatment. What makes this story even more damning is that the family are receiving £4,428 ($6,377) a month in benefits. And the liberals in Europe are demanding we do the right thing and take even more in.