THE media has been quick to criticise Clive Palmer. In our ‘democracy’ many business people use the system to fleece people and when caught, start up a new business after bankruptcy.
Little has been said of the Christopher Skases, Alan Bonds and other bankrupts.
Why is Clive so special with the continual media attacks on him?
The system has been broken for decades, allowing the owners of businesses to get off scot-free when going bankrupt.
The debts owing to hard-working people, mostly tradies, are often written off.
It’s time for the governments to legislate swiftly to stop these fraudsters and give the long-suffering victims justice.
Are the sleazy bankrupts the price we pay for democracy? — JAY NAUSS Glen Aplin