But it's not.
That's not say that benefit claims from foreigners were not bad enough though.
I mean, it's not exactly a constructive idea to let people in from anywhere in the world, to claim benefits from a Social Security system set up and paid for by the indigenous tax paying population, for any country and obviously has no merit.
Indeed, plenty of countries recognize that fact and subsequently simply won't let you in, unless you are financially independent.
But you can't just blame the immigrants either, they're just taking advantage of our stupidity in having open and unlimited, mass immigration.
It's not their fault.
It's the wealthy, liberal elite and Government, one and the same, who are responsible for demeaning Britain in their desire for unlimited, cheap labour.
But there are more benefits for the immigrants than just the state funded, cash pay-outs.
The Eastern European immigrants think they've hit the jackpot and when you look at their situation, indeed they have.
Even a life on benefits here would represent comfort compared to back home.
The minimum wage here represents a good wage and it's out of this world to them, as back home in the grim old world of the Eastern bloc, average working mans' pay is way less than half what it is here.
The average man might get £100-150 a week.
If they play their cards right, they can claim 'in work' benefits, such as income support to boost their income to, what is to them, stratospheric levels.
And then they claim child benefit at our rate and simply send it home; this being a small fortune when related to their economy, It represents almost one day of pay to a Romanian.
Then there is all the free healthcare and all the other benefits they derive from living in a wealthy, civilised country; all of which the British people have spent years building up, only to give away for free.
It's the same kind of financial relativity works for any country which is poorer than the one it travels to work in.
Brits work in places like Bahrain and Saudi Arabia.
They stay out there working for what to them, are vast sums of money, but for what to the locals is peanuts.
But of course there are some crucial differences.
We're not in a political union with the aforementioned countries and the workers are invited to enter the country, purely for the selfish reasons of that nation, for the technical knowledge and subsequent financial gain.
Not just anyone and everyone can go there and there aren't millions of people that are allowed to do so either.
However, despite all of that and despite the fact it is all a drain on the British taxpayer and consequently detrimental to Britain, it's not the lynchpin of concern that most people have about unlimited, mass immigration.
Most people just do not want their country flooded with foreigners.
The country is crowded enough, thank you very much.
There's not enough jobs for the people that are already here and allegedly struggle with the cost of those that don't.
We don't need an even bigger burden.
There aren't enough school places, hospitals are stretched, there's not enough housing.
The list goes on.
More immigration equals higher population which equals more of the above; it's not rocket science.
But notwithstanding all of that, people feel like strangers in their own country and it's not nice.
Just get on a bus or go to an NHS walk in centre waiting room, hospital or Doctors' surgery; walk around a supermarket and listen to how many people are not speaking English.
What about the schools where the majority of kids are not English, let alone British.
I would not dream of sending an English speaking native child to a school where they would be in the minority.
It's not right and cannot be good for them.
Go to Romania and see if they get you and pay for an interpreter, print signs and leaflets in English for you; send your kids to school in a class of 30 odd where no one speaks English.
Do you think they would do anything else other than ignore them and continue, as normal in their mother tongue.
It's both annoying and uncomfortable to be in your own Country, surrounded by masses of people whose language you cannot understand, constantly in your face everywhere you go.
It makes for an uneasy feeling when half the residents of a Town are foreign and half the shops are too.
Nigel Farage was slated by the P.C. liberal elite and media for saying, basically just that.
But he's got a point which a lot of people agree with.
They just can't say what they really think anymore, for fear of being called a 'racist', xenophobic and all the rest of it by the 'Diversity' Gestapo.
It wouldn't be quite so bad if the people coming here had a link to Britain.
But there's no historical or cultural link whatsoever to Eastern Europe.
At least when people came from the commonwealth they did actually have an historic link through the Commonweal and as such, had indeed contributed greatly to the creation and very existence of Imperial Britain.
And of course, it wasn't in unlimited numbers either.
But now these very same people from the Commonwealth, who if anything we should feel a degree of obligation to, are discriminated against by limiting their numbers in the outset, let alone setting up more hoops to jump through in order to qualify for even a chance.
Yet anyone, literally anyone living in one of the currently 27 countries signed up to the 'European Union' (Excuse me one moment...ughh) has the right to come here.
Some 500 odd million people could come here, if they wanted to, on a whim with no effort required.
No security or health checks, no control, nothing.
(See Blog, Who contributes to who? 12/2/16, Jean-Claude-Junk 15/11/15, Borderless Europe 14/11/15, Measles and Whooping Cough 26/12/15, Illegal Immigrants 26/10/15 and all other relevant Blog entries in Archived, European Blog entries in drop down box under the heading ‘The E.E.C.' at top of Homepage. Also see European Myth Buster under the same heading and indeed all other articles on Europe, under 'The E.E.C.' heading.)
We haven't even mentioned the fact that when all these illegal immigrants coming from North Africa and Syria in to Europe have been living there for a few years, they become 'E.U.' (Excuse me once more...ughh) citizens.
Then they will have the same rights as the other 500 or so million already in Europe and indeed, be able to go wherever they so choose; again, completely unchecked in any form or limitation.
We haven't mentioned the impact that any of this has for the social cohesion of Britain either.
There are obvious long term consequences for this and they're not for the better.
Just think about it, that's all I'll say.
Look ahead and think carefully about the socio-economic impact, particularly on the less well off in society and what that effect could lead to.
We haven't mentioned the impact on crime either.
The liberal elite don't like to mention or publicize the fact that street crime such as pickpocketing, muggings, assault, breach of the peace, shoplifting and fraud together with other more minor crimes, are all on the increase.
Particularly in London.
The Police are well aware of organized gangs of criminals form eastern Europe who are targeting Britain, as it's a soft touch with ease of access.
No doubt the liberal P.C. brigade don't like to talk about it because to do so no doubt, would be 'racist' of course.
Fortunately however, because we believe in free speech rather than the dogma of political correctness ideology like the liberal elite, we have no such qualm about saying it and frankly, couldn't care less.
Yet 'Call me Dave' insists on making a time limit for claiming benefits the core issue.
In light of all the above, who cares about a possible minor reduction in benefit claims.
I would have thought that's the least of our worries.