Bleed The System

It has come to my attention in these past few months that there is a rather curious phenomenon and consensus among people in the general movement; even among some of the most die-hard National Socialists. It is mind-boggling to me that true revolutionaries and people with such virulent hatred and disregard for the system cannot see the logical inconsistencies in their reasoning on this matter. My guess is that it stems from hearing so many jokes about niggers on welfare and is a remnant of the conservative mindset. A mindset that, as real revolutionaries, we must train ourselves to shed and fight against, but we must first recognize when we are thinking from the boomer; conservative standpoint. One of the biggest challenges of adopting a truly revolutionary spirit and igniting that spark is this conservative mentality that holds so many back: This constant agonizing and bickering over what’s right and wrong, good and evil, what is or isn’t “True National Socialism”, and, of course, this crippling vanity, arrogance, and concern for what others might think of us, are all perfect examples of this way of thinking. Another big impediment is fear, either of being condemned by society or of prosecution by the law. In this article, I will explain why this way of thinking is not only detrimental to the cause, but also wrong. Let’s begin by examining the most common and simple dialectic: “Welfare is for niggers, and I don’t want to live like a nigger!”. Well, you have 2 choices. Be the good little bitch who feeds the niggers and pays the government to feed, house, and support millions of niggers, wetbacks, and other illegal immigrants, as well as degenerate whites. Or take the money that you, your family and friends have been paying into the system for generations and use it. Either by putting it back into the movement or, at the very least, to help make your life a little better, healthier, easier. Devote those resources and time to helping the cause and your own people rather than giving them to the government and other enemies of our people.

Now that we’ve vanquished those silly excuses, let’s establish the invalidity of some common myths, exaggerations, and misconceptions. For one thing, a lot more, many more people qualify for state help than many realize. Another really big one is this misplaced fear of committing “welfare fraud” or that it’s too complicated and difficult to be worth it.

I will start with the fear of accidentally committing fraud. I am not urging anyone to commit fraud or break any laws. However, in the case of accidentally misreporting, forgetting to report, or under-reporting your income, you shouldn’t be too concerned. For one, it happens all the time; people get busy and forget to report new income; or they apply when they’re drunk and angry over losing a job or something else; or they’re just autistic and don’t fully understand the questions. Now, these are not legal excuses, but the department of H. R. does not normally take these matters to criminal court without substantial and clear cut fraud. Normally, they will just decrease your benefits for a time to compensate for it, or possibly suspend them for a year (for a first offense, and the time goes up from there), or in more severe cases, they could take you to civil court to make you repay it (assuming you’re even caught). Criminal charges are normally only filed in extreme and severe cases. If you make well over the maximum income bracket, blatantly lied, and got over $5,000 in benefits in that time, It varies by state, and be sure that red states are more likely to try to prosecute, but generally speaking, it is handled by sanctions issued through social services themselves. If you’re still worried, I would suggest looking it up in your individual state and looking at what charges have been filed and the particulars of the situation. I have done quite extensive research on the matter and have personal and peripheral experience with it as well.

Normally… let’s say you apply and you’re not working and are staying with friends or family (the simplest, most straightforward, and fastest way to apply and be approved): You check “0” for all the boxes regarding income, bills, and expenses. Assume that before you get approved or your application is reviewed, you get a decent job, making over the poverty line. The standard procedure is to just deny you or, if you are still eligible for some benefits, they may make you fill out another application or (depending on the state/county), just amend it for you and approve you for the allotted amount. I cannot stress enough that this happens all the time (some people don’t understand the questions, though you’d have to be really retarded for that, or things change and they forget to report it, and some just lie). If they tried charging and arresting everyone who, by “definition,” defrauded the system in some way, they wouldn’t be able to sustain the programs they have. They don’t have the resources to investigate and prosecute everyone; plus, they fork over hundreds of millions annually to those receiving them!

Another reason not to be overly concerned about making a mistake or if you forget to report a new or changed income is that oftentimes they won’t even know about that income. A common misconception (or a malicious misdirection of the system) is that they use tax returns to determine people’s incomes. So, this seems to be false. At least concerning most basic tax returns, they won’t see that, unless you give it to them. They seem to be very proficient at tricking or scaring their beneficiaries into doing their work for them. They typically use credit bureaus (such as Equifax) that are reported to by larger corporations and franchises to record people’s incomes. The smaller and more local the company, the less likely they are to see this income. Again, this varies by state, so I urge you to do your own research. Another one is bank accounts. They cannot see inside any bank account without a court order. Other income that you make on the side is not even reportable because you have no documentation proving it. If you tell them of an income that is not “official” and they can’t see it, they will make you get a notarized letter or picture of a check to give them, because they can’t see it. How would they find that out on their own? They won’t, so don’t report it! But applying can help you in many ways. There’s no real reason to not do it.

Also, to all of our lady readers: married women (with or without children), with a husband (or boyfriend), if your man makes over the limit, leave him off of the application. You do not need to file paperwork that says you’re legally separated. Honestly, in today’s world when we can decide we are what and whoever we want to be, I believe you should be able to decide you’re “single” and check that box or “separated”. They won’t know anything different unless you tell them. They don’t do that much investigation. They claim they may do an interview at your house. I’ve never seen that happen to anyone, unless social services were called on you by some neighbor or something. Think about all the kids in foster care, for instance, who get neglected and have even been murdered by their “caregivers” who collected a check for 5 or 10 years and the system didn’t even know! They are not showing up to investigate how much food you have in your fridge or any of that! The system is not omnipotent. It’s fragile as fuck. How many addicts sell their food stamps every month or niggers go buy shrimp, steak, and crab legs? Easily half of them, and all of the junkies!

Also, if you’re thinking of applying for medicaid, energy/utility assistance, TCA, or some other form of cash assistance, and you’re unsure of your eligibility/income specs, I recommend applying for each thing separately. On many of these applications, you can apply for everything at once, but some of them do actually use different methods for determining income. Medicaid, in most states, will use taxes. Even though it’s all part of the same department, they do not effectively communicate with each other. When something changes (e.g. you move or have an income change), you have to report them all separately to each branch. So, it benefits you, to keep them separate and have a separate case number and manager for each one. This is yet another glaring example of the inefficiency and impotency of the system.

Now that we’ve covered legal concerns, it’s time to get to the nitty-gritty part of it. Actually, the application process is very simple and straightforward. Depending on your situation, it can be extremely simple. The fewer bills or income you have, the less “proof” you have to provide. However, even if you work a job where you believe they cannot see your income, depending on your circumstances, it may still behoove you to just be honest about your income and expenses. Especially, because it cuts out ANY possible risk or the chances of being denied for not being honest. Certain expenses are deductible from your income amount (so, depending on your income/expense ratio, you may still qualify for benefits even if you make slightly over the limit), such as rent or mortgage, oil for heating or cooking, electricity, water, the basic fee for one telephone (also, you can get a free smart phone with X amount of minutes, data, and unlimited texting), and property/home taxes for one home. Most states only allow you to own one home (though not all, so again, I urge you to check the guidelines in your individual state). So, if you own another one, leave it off. If you jointly own another home with your spouse or someone else who you were planning to apply with, I would suggest applying separately and having one person claim one house and the other. That way, you can each get the maximum deductible and, therefore, the maximum benefit.

Likewise, if you have children over the age of 21 who live at home and are working but still making below the limit, have them file separately (as their own “household”) in the way I said above: “Zero/Zero/Zero” for all the questions regarding income and expenses. Another thing you can do, is if you make too much to qualify, but someone who is living with you does not, such as a friend, brother, cousin, child, etc., have them say they will pay you so much for rent and such, each month. They may require you to make a notarized statement stating how much they pay you, but that is a very simple thing to do, and well worth it for the free money that you will not only be getting to help make your life better, but also, think of the fact that the more people who do this, the more we are taking from the government and the faster it will collapse. The only exception to that last thing is a spouse. Unless you’re divorced. The guidelines for qualifying for these benefits say that you cannot consider you and your spouse a separate household. I only bring this up here because, in these rare circumstances, you’re now bringing attention to a spouse that you clearly share a home with, and that may be enough to raise a red flag and cause them to do a bit more investigating. Granted, they may not even pick up on the person being your spouse, but generally speaking, the more info you give them, and the more convoluted the situation is, the more they may look into it. While on this topic, I would like to interject a side note really quickly on my thoughts on marriage in this kike controlled system: I find marriage to be a wonderful thing, but it is a spiritual union between a man and a woman. It is the ceremony and personal aspects of the vows you’re making to one another that matter, not some document by our government that is just another way to further control and monitor you. Unless you have a damn good legal reason for doing it, I think it is best to leave the courts and government out of any personal affairs. You can still do pretty much anything together that getting legally married implies anyway, but once you sign that document, it’s a lot more difficult to NOT do those things together if you decide not to, and these things will only get worse in the future.

For anyone of you that are still living at your parents’ house, and aren’t working or making under the limit, or doing stuff online to make money, and your parents make too much to qualify, (or if they get them as well, but you are over age 22. If you are under 22, you must be on their SNAP account if they are receiving them already and you are living with them. Apply for them. When it asks for a physical address, you put N/A and use your parents’ or, better yet, a friend’s or somewhere you trust to receive mail (NOT a P.O. Box in your name, no homeless people can afford them!) as your “legal/mailing” address. If you are a legal adult, they cannot hold your family’s income against you.

Now, in some states, I’ve found a peculiar guideline about students. Some states won’t approve you if you are a full-time or part-time student [unless you’re also a parent or taking care of someone disabled or are disabled] yourself. This rule is rather bizarre to me, but since when does the government do things that make sense? In such cases, I would leave out that you go to school, and if you live on campus, use a different address. It is very unlikely they will catch it, but even if they do, the worst thing they’ll do is deny you. In some (particularly liberal) states, being a student will qualify you for not only EBT but cash assistance programs as well. So, be sure to check in your state if this applies to you or someone you know.

Likewise, if you are taking care of an elderly or disabled person or family member but you don’t qualify for food stamps yourself, many states will give you food stamps just for that disabled individual.

Now, in closing, I will say this, things are changing rapidly, and eventually, the government will be able to see inside of your bank accounts and whatnot. But even still, this will only continue to further deplete the systems’ already dwindling resources and cripple what is left of its crumbling foundation. The more strain it puts on itself through trying to monitor everything everyone is doing, constantly, the better. It’s already fracturing and falling apart as we speak. However, the longer you do something, and the more you are doing, the more likely you are to, eventually, get caught. Though you could easily get away with simple things like this and staying under the radar for 5–10 years, I would make a recommendation to those wanting to do this who have more to lose. The more income you have that is taxable, like if you have a small business, or a good job that you get taxed for, or something, here is what I would recommend doing, to stay off the radar, and also, as a sort of cushion under the supposition that they do eventually catch it, to make it less “fraud” and therefore, less money they will expect you to pay back. Apply for whatever, after tax time, receive benefits until the end of the year, and then have them discontinued about 60 days before tax time. Even better, in those cases or states that have “recertification” periods every 6 months, the simplest and least suspicious looking thing to do, is to not reapply at the end of that period, and then apply again about 45-60 days after tax time is over. This will still give you free money for 6–8 months out of the year.

If you get approved for a 12–24 month period, as I said, just have them cut off a couple of months beforehand, by saying you got a seasonal job, and you no longer need them. Do not provide them with any documentation if they ask. Just say you would rather not deal with the hassle or that “I would prefer to not be on them anyway, unless I absolutely need them.” Then, reapply again afterward. When you see how simple and quick the process is, you’ll see that this isn’t an unreasonable compromise. The only time EBT will check taxes, and even then, this seems to be fairly rare, is when you first apply or at your recertification time. So, by waiting until a couple of months afterward to do this, you eliminate that possible risk, because if you do it for long enough, continually, and they did eventually catch it, that one year, they might go looking further back, but if you discontinue it, and break it up, it will be a lot less. I would also advise, if you’re doing it this way, to do it a bit arbitrarily and randomly, and to not draw any attention to it.

For anyone in a situation where they really, honestly need a lot of help, you can also call 2-11, and they will tell you about specific programs in your area; food banks, rent or energy assistance programs, shelters, car matching programs, etc. and can, of course, also Google it. Most towns have churches (and no, this does not obligate you to attend that church or anything.) and other places that will help give you money to get a hotel room or a deposit for an apartment and such. If you have a vehicle already, but live in a largely white locale, and want to utilize these resources, but don’t want to take it from your hometown, go into an area with a higher nigger concentration. A lot of these places are “first come, first serve”. So, be sure to check the times and get there early. You will find satisfaction in knowing that you and/or your friends are taking food or money that would otherwise be going to feed or help our enemies. If you’re there towards the end, you will even get the bonus of watching them get turned away. Those who are thinking of trying to start their own local food/social programs in more rural white areas may want to consider making trips to inner city food banks and churches for the purposes of redistributing these goods.

To our supporters and readers, please don’t hesitate to contact the website with any present or future experience you may have in these matters. Keep the flow of information going, and as needed, we will update the website or further articles with more information as it comes up. I am writing of my own and other comrades’ or family members’ experiences here, from our respective states. The more knowledge we have of the circumstances in each state, the better we can help our people in this process. Another way to gain more insight into how these places work and where their weak spots and loopholes are is to file an appeal if/when you are denied, so that way you can pass on the information of where/how they got your income data (such as what companies/jobs report it to where and such) or whatever else and what bars people from eligibility in which states. Then, you will know better for next time what to/not to say, and please, I urge you to pass that information along to anyone you can, as well as try to help and push others to utilize these programs whenever and wherever possible.

For your convenience, we will place links to the EBT website below, but as I said, also check your local area for other resources as well.

To find your state’s EBT application site, go to this link: and click “EBT in My State” in the top right, and then click your state. Then scroll down to where it says “APPLY” click that and it will take you to your state’s EBT website for you to start your application.

As always, be well, and Hail Victory!