THE social protection of the public must be the first draw on public funds – unemployment and sickness benefits and retirement pensions as first priority.
These are the misfortunes of life and the inevitable retirement from work.
Funding in these areas falls far short of needs, made worse by Centrelink deeming and asset testing restricting recipients the freedom to help themselves and their children.
The unemployed are competing with an ever-growing population, fuelled by excess numbers of refugees and asylum seekers.
Socialism you might ask?
National Socialism (meaning: fortress Australia, home produced, home consumed and surplus produce freely traded) – yes.
International Socialism (meaning: an open border policy, feeding an overpopulated world at national expense and global trade manipulation by the elites) – no.