I did not want to post about the aging young man who is once again calling for death to those who criticise his religion. You probably saw him shouting outside Westminster Cathedral, and may even have wondered why he was not immediately arrested for incitement to murder.
It is said that his wife and children rely on monthly welfare benefits of around £2000 to survive. This means that the British taxpayer, who earlier paid for the fellow's education, is now helping to underwrite his malfeasance.
There is no doubt that taxpayers exhibit very kindly and caring impulses in wanting to provide help. However, 19th century Brits who studied the welfare issue decided it was a bust. For details see LIBERTY, THE TIMELINE, 1834 >