Australia has changed
WHAT has happened to Australia?
The land of the fair go, mateship, “she’ll be right mate”, helping before being asked to do so?
The age of leaving your door safely unlocked day and night, and children walking to school unmolested?
Today we see politicians, wannabes, leading business people, even clergy and sportspeople, supposedly setting an example. An appalling example.
Across the board it seems that they are backstabbing, hurling insults across the parliament floor, barefaced lying to the people, doing devious deals and treating the public like fools.
Is it the multicultural experiment that has brought increased murders, stabbings, terrorism, sexual assaults and a whole plethora of un-Australian activities?
Is it too much to ask that politicians, innovators, environmentalists, and community leaders work in harmony instead of adversarially for the common good of Australia?
Is it too much to ask that we punish dishonesty and corruption in government and business? Malcolm Bell, Atherton that are his speciality. His reception in Poland was, to say the least, underwhelming. The applause was not even that polite; I think his speech didn’t pass “the pub test”.
If one wants to know the facts, ask one that knows and knows that he/she knows. John Britton, Brinsmead