After the slaughter of Drummer Lee Rigby, Douglas Murray appeared on Channel 4 opposite radical cleric Anjem Choudary and pointed out to him that he and his family probably received more money in benefits for working against Britain than Drummer Rigby received for fighting for this country.
Murray said, “I have marvelled over this for years. The not-unqualified Choudary has been sitting on £25,000 of benefits a year. Conviction and prison is one thing. But the question must also still be asked about how it is this country ended up not just paying our enemies, but paying them better than we do our own soldiers. It is a symptom of a recent national madness. Perhaps today’s arrests are one sign that this national madness might finally be lifting.”
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