A plea to John Key’s government Scott Yorke / 16 July, 2013 Dear National I appreciate that a lot of people like what you’re doing, and that there is little effective or organised opposition to your rule.But could you please be just a bit less evil? Thank you. Yours sincerelyA concerned citizen Share this:TwitterFacebookRedditEmailPrintTumblrMorePinterestLike this:Like Loading...
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Its concerning that we are becoming such an uncaring country for our fellow citizens that are going through hardship. The punitive agenda of Bennett towards beneficiaries seems popular with some Kiwi’s .This says a lot about the sort of country we have become. 30 years of Neo liberal economics has certainly changed the psyche of New Zealanders.
The 9000 doesn’t include little Paula though, she’s a politician and we all know that’s not real work.
Not only are they going to drug test beneficiaries, but it looks like they are going to make them pay for the privilege. From today’s Government Electric Tender Service.
Pre-employment Drug Testing for Work and Income Beneficiaries with Work Obligations.
When a beneficiary is required to take and pass a drug test, Work and Income will:
• provide them with a list of testing agencies in their area and the cost that the testing agency charges for a test
• confirm with the beneficiary which testing agency they choose to use
• offer assistance to the beneficiary to help meet the amount of taking the test and explain that this must be repaid from their benefit.
How would they know, she always very vague on many people she’s trying to crush, sorry, help
We are nothing to them. We are, officially, trash
They’ve pulled up the ladder, they’re keeping the cash
While it seems they are evil, their policies rash
They’re just in a bittova hurry to bolster their stash.
There’ll be Knighthoods and Damehoods before they’re estranged
Their spots on the Boards and the quangos arranged
“Who cares of employment, solo mums, the deranged
We’ll grab what we can before the government is changed…”
So there’s my opinion, and the gist of the rhyme ?
Don’t bother with begging, you’re wasting your time !
They’ve been given a mandate to be evil – so they will be – unabashed, unashamed, brazen.
Nice, but the point everyone seems to miss is that if the 9,000 number covers three quarters, this is about 12,000 a year, which is the average for the last two years. The reforms have had no effect.
Next up: bringing back the death penalty and charging the families of the executed an administration fee to the cover the cost of the bullets.
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