HOUSING DREAM IS A NIGHTMARE
THE happiness and misery of Australian society is proportional to home ownership. Those who are lucky enough to own their own home enjoy a greater degree of happiness and security than those who are renting, with little or no prospect of being able to afford a deposit, and paying exorbitant rents because of a critical lack of public housing. Waiting lists and fraudulent economic excuses for the supply of public housing should not be tolerated by the electorate.
Federal and state governments are without conscience and empathy in dealing with the affordable housing dilemma. The essential ingredient is missing, and that ingredient is the will to serve society as a whole.
The common good has been debased to the common greed.
The solution: Sell Australia to the highest bidder and share the money equally among the population.
Mike Smith Rosetta