reply to post by DAZ21
Good for him (genuinely), but something you've got to consider is that for every job there's thousands of graduates vying for the same position. For
every success story, consider the opposite, someone who has left uni with and increased amount of debt (thanks to the raised tuition prices) and the
uncertain wasteland of job voids and the treacherous and malicious job welfare schemes and worse, the likes of Atos.
And that's only those who are in a position to study, the other side of the coin are the trades-people who have worked in industries that are now
becoming sold out, defunct or financially insecure and the massive amount of people who are in the age-band that does not guarantee a new job (due to
On top of that, we have the acidic media from the likes of Murdoch and his shower of bastards, which not only divides and diffuses the working class
opinion, but creates friction amongst the masses with propagated media and lobbied policies and such. The whole thing is a disgrace.
The safety nets below people are being pulled away, this is affects sick people, the disabled and the elderly more so than others, which in my eyes is
inexcusable. People are being gambled. Lives are becoming a gamble.
We should be like Iceland.
Arrest the corrupt, rebuild the economy and restore social morale and pride in ourselves. Truly.
If we don't, we will witness the destruction of all public services and we'll experience draconian laws being tightened around us. And then we
really will be a slave class.
For for your right to live, be happy and not be treated like statistics.