More Australian intolerance:
Australia’s 22 terror suspects and their families receive more than $1 million a year in taxpayer-funded welfare and legal aid.
And simply because the men were locked up, their families received a social security pay rise of as much as $1700 a year.
One of the jailed Melbourne men, Abdul Nacer Benbrika—leader of a radical group of Islamists—has been in Australia for 10 years and has never had a job.
Taxpayers provide his wife with almost $50,000 a year in welfare.
As Mark Steyn wrote in 2001: “If you’re looking for ‘root causes’ for terrorism, European-sized welfare programs are a good place to start.”
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