Re: The problem isn't ideologies spreading on the Internet
You fail to notice that not all terrorists are poor people. For example, in European terrorists in 1970s-1980s were often from middle or upper class families. Nor all Muslim terrorists are poor people. Look at Bin Laden - and how rich it was. Sure, the expendable one may be got from the lowest people.
Even populist leaders, are often not from poor families, but from upper class ones.
Increasing taxes too much usually cripple the economy, doesn't fuel it. Just look at Italy - high taxes, high state expenditures, high tax evasion, high corruption, high debt, stagnating economy, high unemployment.
People don't invest if they can't see a good outcome. Money will go elsewhere. The more you have the easier is to move them wherever you like - just look at Apple & C. It's those who can't that then must bear the burden of a hungrier and hungrier state.
When if you spend too much, one day you find your pockets are empty, and the comes the austerity - debts need to be repaid as well, or no one will lend you anymore. Yes, you may print money, and end like Venezuela.
Agatha Christie told she could have written two books a year, but the revenues of the second would have been eaten by taxes (then very high), so she didn't bother. Bookstores would have liked more books easy to sell too.
Don't get me wrong, taxes are necessary, but increase them too much and you obtain the opposite of what you're trying to achieve. People don't like to work hard and then being left a fraction of their earnings.
Also don't believe those who will be paid for doing nothing being grateful - there's just the risk of creating a dangerous mob, totally controlled by those who are in control of their "basic income". After all, it's how all authoritarian states control people, and build their supporting militias.