17 Apr 2013

Kill the poor and caring and it will fix the budget. WHAT A GREAT IDEA!!!


This is an article published by a Liberal Party-aligned think tank that advocates killing off the poorest 20 per cent of Australians as a way to get the budget back on track.

A ''modest cull of the enormously poor'' has been suggested by right-wing business lobbyist .

This is his tongue-in-cheek opinion piece written in reaction to the federal government's attack on the ''fabulously wealthy'' through superannuation taxes. Tongue in cheek, maybe these are his true feelings for the less well off.

''They consume more than they contribute, putting tremendous strain on the national budget.''In contrast to the fabulously rich, the enormously poor make little useful contribution to society,'' he wrote.

''A modest cull would strike at the root of our fiscal dilemma. If the least productive 20 per cent of citizens were decommissioned it would directly release a recurrent $25 billion."

''This bold initiative would rid us of indolent students, hapless single mums, lower-order drug dealers, social workers, performance artists, Greenpeace supporters and the remaining processing personnel in our collapsing yet heavily subsidised manufacturing industries and ALSO the disabled.''

Was this a funny joke or the underlying tenderness of the Liberal Party towards the wealthy individuals in Australia.
Some ones true thoughts coming to the surface!