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Be Patrick Sep 7
1 - Average person on is a 47yr old mother of two teenage children 2 - The 2nd average is an old age person over 55yrs I think they have enough humiliation in their lives without a Christian PM making them pee into a cup in a Hov retail office
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# A Living in 1933 again Sod Sep 14
Hey how the hell do you have the audacity to spend more than I have to survive on for a year on on two months travel?
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Senator Jordon Steele-John Sep 12
Since 2012 the major parties have forced 200,000 sick and disabled people onto the poverty trap of - yet another reason why we need to
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💧David Allen Sep 11
I don't care if recipients buy drugs or beer or smarties or just throw it into the sea. It's theirs. They are grown ups. Also, give them more.
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💧Bee🐝 Sep 7
Franking credit update👇 In the 16 weeks since the May 18 election the govt has given out $16 million per day in . 112 days x $16 mill = $1,792,000,000 That's right ~ 16 weeks ~ almost $1.8 BILLION!😳 Yet can't be increased?🤔 🐝
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Jenko Sep 12
Since the election, this Morrison government has lost Jones on , Joyce on and now Bolt on . When you're too far right, too cruel, inhuman or incompetent for these jokers....that's impressive.
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😌нαяяү sαη∂нυ Sep 14
Sometimes the wrong choices bring us to the right ones. Coz we are all one when we forgive others but when we forgive ourselves, which is the first step in the healing process.
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Felicity Reynolds Sep 11
The latest version of the old trope ‘unemployed/poor folk are lazy’ is so much worse. Our society has successfully re-framed poverty from an economic predicament into a pathological condition. They are sick, addicted & inept & need an ‘intervention’. Not money.
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Andrew Bartlett Sep 11
about people on being kept in enforced, enduring poverty & being subjected to ever-widening humiliation & petty punishments? Chances are most folks on Newstart for any length of time aren’t OK about it either. Help by forcing change, not by asking if people are OK
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Luke Henriques-Gomes Sep 12
Nine months into 2019 and the government is still yet to release any official job seeker compliance data. Instead, a selection of the stats have started popping up in some newspapers. And this trend began when the debate ramped up 🤔
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Lucy Donoghue Sep 6
Amazing how recipients aren't required to be drug tested. They just get free taxpayer money for nothing, no questions asked, no means test either. Welfare is made very easy for the affluent.
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Guy Galvin Sep 8
The only thing Newstart recipients are addicted to is 2 minute noodles
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Harriet Dyer Sep 9
Drug testing folks on is just another nail in the big brother, nanny state, bullshit coffin of this government. Random drug tests in parliament first. Going to Centrelink is depressing enough without weeing in a cup. How demoralising.
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AUWU Sep 13
Two more everyday Aussies want increased. is out of touch. It's a real struggle for unemployed people. There are 17 job seekers for every vacancy.
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💧Emma Meconi Sep 9
It's not conflating 2 different things. It's whether spending $288/day on a politician's travel is justifiable while recipients struggle on about $270/week. It's shameful. Morrison has no conscience & no capacity to understand shame or feel empathy.
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ACOSS Sep 9
Drug testing is demeaning, unnecessary and expensive. It's estimated to cost between $500 - $900 per person, per test. How can we afford drug testing and cashless debit cards but not find money to of , which would stimulate the economy?
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Luke Henriques-Gomes Sep 12
Replying to @BOConnorMP
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Rachel Siewert Sep 11
Senate has called for to increase immediately for the third time today! This Government needs to listen to the community and the Senate.
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Insiders ABC Sep 7
“We also believe that those Australians who are unemployed, who are on , and who have a drug addiction problem, that this drug addiction problem is a barrier to them getting back into the workforce.”
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Sorrel and I 3h
What a weekend! In my new house 🏠
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