NY food stamp recipients are shipping welfare-funded groceries to relatives in Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Haiti

Awesome chutzpah!

Sign the grassfire petition Citizen Petition: “Stop The Food Stamp Madness” The U.S. Department of Agriculture reports that 101 million people (nearly one in three Americans) participate in at least one of the 15 food stamp programs at a taxpayer cost of $114 billion last year.

Of course the US government is cool with this. What boggles my mind is their lack of any sense of restraint or moderation in their scam. This is pathological, terminal chutzpah against the White middle class who keep this country running.

This is why I am optimistic. If you go overboard and print money and allow mega-scamming by Jewish bankers and colored hordes, you’re going to kill the country, and the White American people KNOW who is killing the country. They might call them “liberals” but they know what liberals really are. They know that it’s a colored-Jew coalition of treasonous, grifting dirtbags.

Food stamps are paying for trans-Atlantic takeout — with New Yorkers using taxpayer-funded benefits to ship food to relatives in Jamaica, Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

Welfare recipients are buying groceries with their Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) cards and packing them in giant barrels for the trip overseas, The Post found.

The practice is so common that hundreds of 45- to 55-gallon cardboard and plastic barrels line the walls of supermarkets in almost every Caribbean corner of the city.

The feds say the moveable feasts go against the intent of the $86 billion welfare program for impoverished Americans.

Blue plastic barrels for sending groceries to the turd homelands

BIN OVER THEIR HEADS: Pioneer Supermarket in Brooklyn sells plastic barrels that customers use to ship food to family members in the Caribbean

A spokeswoman for the US Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service said welfare benefits are reserved for households that buy and prepare food together. She said states should intervene if people are caught shipping nonperishables abroad.

Michael Tanner, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute, called it just another example of welfare abuse.

“I don’t want food-stamp police to see what people do with their rice and beans, but it’s wrong,” Tanner told The Post. “The purpose of this program is to help Americans who don’t have enough to eat. This is not intended as a form of foreign aid.”

The United States spent $522.7 million on foreign aid to the Caribbean last fiscal year, government data show.

Still, New Yorkers say they ship the food because staples available in the States are superior and less costly than what their families can get abroad.

“Everybody does it,” said a worker at an Associated Supermarket in Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Brooklyn. “They pay for it any way they can. A lot of people pay with EBT.”

Customers pay cash for the barrels, usually about $40, and typically ship them filled with $500 to $2,000 worth of rice, beans, pasta, canned milk and sausages.

Workers at the Pioneer Supermarket on Parkside Avenue and the Key Food on Flatbush Avenue confirmed the practice.

They said food-stamp recipients typically take home their barrels and fill them gradually over time with food bought with EBT cards.

When the tubs are full, the welfare users call a shipping company to pick them up and send them to the Caribbean for about $70. The shipments take about three weeks.

Last week, a woman stuffed dozens of boxes of macaroni and evaporated milk into a barrel headed for her family in Kingston, Jamaica. She said she didn’t have welfare benefits and bought the food herself.

“This is all worth more than $2,000,” she said. “I’ve been shopping since last December. You can help somebody else, someone who doesn’t live in this country.”

A man helping her pack the barrel said: “We’re poor here, and they’re poor. But what we can get here is like luxury to them.”

kbriquelet@nypost.com

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5 Responses to NY food stamp recipients are shipping welfare-funded groceries to relatives in Jamaica, Dominican Republic and Haiti

  1. RobRoySimmons says:

    TDO I hope they double down. Tell me when whites are being starved by these crooks that will be news

  2. Ryu says:

    I was wondering if anyone was going to cover this. I saw it yesterday. Quite extraordinary. They are definitely pushing things. It takes a monumental effort to control the rage at this.

    We have conflicting WN opinions. Some thing that racism will actually go mainstream. Others say that it’ll stay in the shadows and on the net.

  3. Larry Sullivan says:

    Instead of getting pissed about this, why not use it to our advantage? Any WN on food stamps can buy baby food and donate it to the Golden Dawn. http://xaameriki.wordpress.com/donate/

  4. RobRoySimmons says:

    We need fewer essays more OODA loop this is political war not undergrad studies. So I wonder if these welfare workers cheat whites out of food so their race can ship it home?

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