But, Without Government, Who Would Outlaw Charity, While Claiming the Need to Extort the Masses in Order to “Take Care of” the Poor?

I originally posted the following information and commentary onto my Facebook wall…

Virgil Vaduva stands outside of Xenia City Hall in Ohio with a ticket he received for "panhandling" in his effort to raise money for charity

Virgil Vaduva stands outside of Xenia City Hall in Ohio with a ticket he received for “panhandling” in his effort to raise money for charity

Man Sentenced To 30 Days In Jail For Raising $42 Donated To Homeless Charity:
http://countercurrentnews.com/2015/03/man-sentenced-to-30-days-in-jail-for-raising-42-donated-to-homeless-charity/

(M. David) Last Thursday, March 26th, reporters from Counter Current News, Alternative Media Syndicate, The Anti Media, The Fifth Column, The Greene County Herald, Truth Voice and Cop Block all filled the court room in Xenia, Ohio to witness one of the most bizarre things in the history of the American legal system: a man being convicted of the “crime” of raising money for charity.

Virgil Vaduva is a reporter for the Greene County Herald. He is known throughout Greene County for his tireless activism on several fronts, including fighting for the rights of the poor and homeless. Tuesday, March the 31st, Virgil was sentenced for his “crime” of “panhandling” for the poor. What was the sentence? Judge Murray handed down the maximum sentence of 30 days in jail. He even added extra “punishment” of 100 hours of community service, to be carried out within 90 days.

(Read entire article here…)

My Commentary: But, without government, who would outlaw charity, while claiming the need to extort the masses in order to “take care of” the poor (AKA harass, fine, abduct, imprison)?

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