posted on Feb, 11 2007 @ 11:31 AM
Here in Australia, it's only a few decades ago that governments spent public money (taxes) for the benefit of the people.
Then 'experts' arrived from the US and literally told Australian politicians how it would be.
This resulted in the closure of what were termed psychiatric hospitals. Thousands of 'psychiatric patients' were turned out onto the street. Oh,
there were assurances by slime-oozing politicians that these vulnerable members of society would be 'taken care of', but the reality was, thousands
of people who were unable to fend for themselves were required to do just that. They were allocated X amount of dollars per fortnight with which to
provide themselves shelter, food, clothing, medical care.
The reason they'd been in care in the first place was because they could not, for whatever reason, cope with living independently. Whilst
institutionalised, they'd been spared responsibility for themselves. They'd been provided the basic necessities of life. Others had acted as
'parents' to them. Then they were turned out into the streets. They were swiftly victimised. Their fortnightly payments were taken from them.
They were forced into slave labour: begging on street corners or washing windscreens at busy traffic stops. Each night they are forced to hand over
their earnings to scum standover-men. They live like stray animals.
Yet Sydney politicians -- who have never done an honest day's work in their foul lives -- preen and smirk each New Year's Eve on the strength of the
fact they've just sent another several million dollars up in smoke via the idiotic, graft in action 'fireworks display'.
Many millions of dollars each day are passed from one slimy politician's hand to the next. It's public money, but it ends up as the personal
fortune of political scum and their cronies. Their hideous scum offspring are sent to the most prestigious schools and they and ugly,
cosmetically-altered politicians' wives swan around in luxury vehicles. Meanwhile, the hopeless and the helpless are forced to exist in subhuman
Homeless people are of all ages and from all levels of society. Some are of particularly sensitive, vulnerable nature. Others suffer from medical
conditions. Some are kids who've travelled from rural ghost towns in search of a job and a life. Others have simply lost their footing -- lost
their jobs through illness (their own or a family member's) or redundancy or some other misfortune, which has led to their having no money to pay
rent or mortgage. Once down, it's hard to climb back to even the lowest rung. It could happen to anyone and happens particularly to those lacking a
network of friends or family.
Australia used to have an extremely high standard of living and it took care of its vulnerable members. Then its government was poisoned, infested
and corrupted by a specific faction which is infamous for the priority it places on money. That faction is now firmly entrenched within Australian
politics. It established this foothold when control of the media was achieved.
Now, Australia is like the rest of the Western world: it's puppet-masters are fanatically importing those from conflicting cultures and favouring
them above the established population. The weak are being driven into the gutters. Lowest amongst these are the homeless. The puppet-government is
systematically destroying Australian society and culture.
The Australian charade of government has abandoned all responsibility for society's weakest members and leaves charity groups, churches and
volunteers to carry the ever increasing burden. Politicians keep busy granting unimaginably lucrative contracts and approvals to scum for dubious
government and private development works and in drafting legislation that piece by piece erodes everyone's quality of life and hope for the
Most of these politicians have the brain, morality and compassion of mouldy pumpkin rind. They're foul vermin. They're so basically stupid that
they manage to be smug and judgemental about the people who pay them and whom they're supposed to serve. Their dainty imported shoes (covering their
misshapen peasant feet) never touch the streets where their victims lie in abject misery and poverty.
Strip those politicians of their plastic veneer and you find primitive thugs. They have no intention of finding answers to the growing number of
homeless. No, the beast-like thug politicians plan to create MORE homeless and hopeless. And who's immune? Do you have a safety-net?
They're not motivated by greed alone. No. They're just as powerfully motivated by insane hatred for humankind. Yet people, desperate for a
powerful parent-figure to take care of them, stupidly place their trust in these fiends at the same time as they are cutting your safety net to
The faces of the homeless are a mirror held before the rest of us. Their face could be our own, if the structure of our precariously maintained lives
lost its balance.
The only way to restore balance in our societies is to hold our politicians accountable, at grass roots level and then proceeding all the way to the
top. Our free ride is over. We can no longer watch tv, secure in the thought that our politicians are taking care of our interests. We took our
eyes off the ball too long. It's time to rein in the scum and replace them with politicians who're made to understand from the outset that THEY
work for us.
The current crop of goons can't even run their own lives or raise their own children adequately, so why should they be allowed any longer to
interfere in and ruin ours?
Healthy societies take care of their vulnerable members.
The fact we have homeless people is the barometer of how low we've allowed our societies to be dragged and of how sick our societies actually are.
Our ancestors lived by the motto: ' Charity begins at home'.
Before we play heroes by donating to others or allowing others to invade our towns or take our jobs or dictate our policies, we should be taking care
of our own.
We can AFFORD to take care of our own. It's our duty to make that our primary goal.
When our OWN nation is well and cared for, down to the most vulnerable members in our society, THEN we become a strong nation that's able to help