posted on Jul, 21 2008 @ 02:49 PM
im just puzzled by your comment in that "offcource he can draw "funds" cause he is a tax payer" ?,
i didnt know paying taxes had anything to do with being eligble to draw funds from the goverment.
i thought that was a service the goverment provided its citicents free of charge,
but if anything he is a wise-ass for showing you that in that nation nothing realy works as it should,
our systems works like this where i live ,
fistly in order to be eligble to "wellfare"(social services and wellfare handeling money)
you have to be ressident of this country ,
you have to be an elderly/student/unemployd/disabled/living or multiple of thous choices
or be able to show that your income from work-done does not cover expences needed to survive.
(but this is a diffrent service provided by another agency that handle "broke" cases)
secondly depending on what "funds" you are about to withdraw youll need to hand over documents regarding wealth,
stocks, bank accounts, land, you know something of "value"
but this does not apply to
elderly (pension funds)
students, since most students rearly have had the time to accumulate a wealth before/during studies
everyone here is entitled to this wellfare if you match the above criterias,
and its a picky system , they know if theyve paid you to much and gladly take it back but its mostly hassel free
here he would have been eligble for that money only if he falls in to the three categorys disabled/elderly/student
dont know if he is disabled but as an elderly here if he "works" he is not eligble for pension funds nor student funds cause of his wealth
they would just have laughed at him and said go home and read a book