He laughed: Remember, IDS laughed at the terror he was causing a rape victim by using the Bedroom Tax to make it to expensive for her to keep a 'panic room'. The man thrives on terrorising others.

He laughed: Remember, IDS laughed at the terror he was causing a rape victim by using the Bedroom Tax to make it to expensive for her to keep a ‘panic room’. This creature thrives on the terror of others.

The most dangerous terrorist striking in the United Kingdom at the moment is Iain Duncan Smith.

His Department for Work and Pensions strikes fear into the long-term sick and disabled, and has set obstacles against them claiming the state benefits that are due to them. The result is, all-too-often, that they are denied the money they need to survive.

And then they die. Deaths of benefit claimants in the UK dwarf deaths due to attack by foreign terrorists in recent years.

Leaving the EU will lay the vulnerable even more open to attacks from Duncan Smith, as the few protections available to them courtesy of EU laws will disappear.

And it would make his own position much safer, as it would mean he could not be dragged to the Hague to face trial for the many human rights abuses alleged against him.

So let’s think very carefully before accepting his comments at face value.

The UK – and everybody in it – is much more vulnerable to terror attacks from its own government if it leaves the EU.

Remaining in the European Union makes Britain more vulnerable to Paris-style terror attacks, Iain Duncan Smith has said.

The Work and Pensions Secretary yesterday became one of six ministers – now dubbed ‘the gang of six’ – to turn out to back the Vote Leave campaign just minutes after Prime Minister David Cameron announced the referendum would take place in June.

Asked by the BBC’s Laura Kuenssberg whether staying in the EU made the country more vulnerable to Paris-style attacks, Mr Duncan Smith said: “I think the present status of the open border we have right now, many of us feel does actually leave that door open and we need to see that resolved,”

Source: EU Referendum: Staying in Union makes Britain more vulnerable to Paris-style attacks, says Iain Duncan Smith | UK Politics | News | The Independent

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