The real world is not the same thing as the internet. Maybe you should unplug for a bit.
Do you believe that people’s ability to meet their basic needs should depend on their ability to contribute to the system?
If I am unable to work, should I not get food?
If you “no”, then there is no such thing as a freeloader.
Again, people should have their basic needs met because they are people, not because they performed some task that the system judges to be worthy of continued life. If people have a right to their basic needs regardless of what they do, then there is no such thing as a freeloader.
The alternative is to literally think that people should starve if they don’t perform whatever minimum requirement The Market (or whatever) think earns them the right to life. I’m sure a lot of people actually believe this (its the essence of FYGM), but I’m not one of them.