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One percent

Resignation syndrome

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I'm calling bs on this.

 http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-41748485

For nearly two decades Sweden has been battling a mysterious illness. Called Resignation Syndrome, it affects only the children of asylum-seekers, who withdraw completely, ceasing to walk or talk, or open their eyes. Eventually they recover. But why does this only seem to occur in Sweden?

Sophie and her family are asylum seekers from the former USSR. They arrived in December 2015 and live in accommodation allocated to refugees in a small town in central Sweden.

 

 

 

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19 minutes ago, Frank Hovis said:

It only occurs in Sweden because the whole system bends over backwards for immigrants so invent a faux illness and keep shamming it to guarantee citizenship and a life on benefits.

Well, let he who is without a client benefit class throw the first stone.

Amazing how many fat, never worked benefits mums come down with this when their youngest hits 18:

https://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Fibromyalgia/Pages/Introduction.aspx

 

 

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22 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Well, let he who is without a client benefit class throw the first stone.

Amazing how many fat, never worked benefits mums come down with this when their youngest hits 18:

https://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Fibromyalgia/Pages/Introduction.aspx

 

 

oh, ta Spy.  I'm going to try that one to get early retirement.  It looks better than 'bad back syndrome' which has been largely discredited now.  

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10 minutes ago, One percent said:

oh, ta Spy.  I'm going to try that one to get early retirement.  It looks better than 'bad back syndrome' which has been largely discredited now.  

Balls on you .....

(Or radeons).

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1 hour ago, One percent said:

oh, ta Spy.  I'm going to try that one to get early retirement.  It looks better than 'bad back syndrome' which has been largely discredited now.  

The bad back brigade members that I know are still rolling in bennies.

@spygirl fake.jpg?fit=635,485&ssl=1

I think you'll need to try another one before long, @One percent !!

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2 minutes ago, spunko2010 said:

The bad back brigade members that I know are still rolling in bennies.

@spygirl fake.jpg?fit=635,485&ssl=1

I think you'll need to try another one before long, @One percent !!

I'll give it a go.  xD  i have heard a couple of people say that they have this (students) and have not before been interested enough to look it up.  

Amazing the lengths that some will go to for free money 

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2 hours ago, spygirl said:

Well, let he who is without a client benefit class throw the first stone.

Amazing how many fat, never worked benefits mums come down with this when their youngest hits 18:

https://www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Fibromyalgia/Pages/Introduction.aspx

 

 

My mum got this after the divorce, tied in with my younger brother going to uni too, funny that...

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7 minutes ago, Northern Welsh Midlander said:

My mum got this after the divorce, tied in with my younger brother going to uni too, funny that...

She should have claimed "IBS" and "chronic fatigue syndrome" for bonus points.!

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1 minute ago, spunko2010 said:

She should have claimed "IBS" and "chronic fatigue syndrome" for bonus points.!

This is crossing with the sexual harrassment thread; in that there is real sexual harrassment and people do genuinely suffer badly with IBS, back pain, depression etc.

But not in anywhere near the numbers that pull DLA for it.

There was soem sort of corporate support for a Fibormyalgia charity at one co I worked at; I assumed it was a genuine defined disease given the technicla name but it's nothing of the sort.

Most tellingly from the NHS link:

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There's no specific test for the condition, and the symptoms can be similar to a number of other conditions.

 

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1 hour ago, One percent said:

I want to become part of the bennie class - they seem to have more spending power that I will ever have through working

Yeah, loads of them have brand new cars bought with cash, and Miele appliances!

:Jumping:

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9 minutes ago, Carl Fimble said:

Yeah, loads of them have brand new cars bought with cash, and Miele appliances!

:Jumping:

Unless the person is in a iron lung, the only blue badge car should be Dacia.

Im not a heartless cunt, so they can have a choice of colours.

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10 minutes ago, spygirl said:

Unless the person is in a iron lung, the only blue badge car should be Dacia.

Im not a heartless cunt, so they can have a choice of colours.

Dacia! Luxury!

 

Should be put out to tender. They should all be the same colour so as to easily identify those allowed to park in disabled spots.

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21 minutes ago, Carl Fimble said:

Yeah, loads of them have brand new cars bought with cash, and Miele appliances!

:Jumping:

Well they still have them. And I'm paying for that too through the stupidity low interest rates. Feckers 😳

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2 hours ago, Frank Hovis said:

This is crossing with the sexual harrassment thread; in that there is real sexual harrassment and people do genuinely suffer badly with IBS, back pain, depression etc.

But not in anywhere near the numbers that pull DLA for it.

There was soem sort of corporate support for a Fibormyalgia charity at one co I worked at; I assumed it was a genuine defined disease given the technicla name but it's nothing of the sort.

Most tellingly from the NHS link:

 

Yep - same as IBS in many cases. No diagnosis structure is given, it's just guesswork and a balloon term for any sort of gut complaint that the GP can't otherwise (be bothered to?) diagnose.

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