All of you who are over forty and living in housing commission homes whilst working and earning a decent enough income to have new cars, boats, motorbikes, holidays abroad or whatever else your little heart’s desire, it’s time to get your snouts out of the public trough and give young families the same fair go you got when you were first starting out.
If you all did the right thing, there simply wouldn’t be a public housing crisis.
So come on older Australian’s.
Public housing was never meant to be seen as being a valid life style choice.
So wake up and stop being so darn selfish
Public housing was never meant to be seen as being a life style choice.
Yet unfortunately for far too many, that’s exactly what it’s become.
Many politicians and welfare groups consistently claim that Australian’s in need are experiencing a public housing crisis.
To further bolster this claim, every year at Christmas time there are ads on TV from welfare groups showing families living in cars complete with the said children of these car dwellers asking their parents the question “will Santa be able to find us this year”, as they sit in the middle of a car park.
At first these ads made me cry.
This is, of course, exactly what they’re designed to do.
Then I moved into a suburb that’s mostly filled with public housing or housing commission homes as we call them in Australia.
The neighbors to the right of me are a couple who have been…
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