• Sam Wilks

Help! We need somebody!

The left seems to assume that, if you don’t believe in their particular political solutions, then you don’t really care about the people that they claim to want to help.

Their continued references to 'society' and its programs to 'help' may warm the hearts of the gullible but what it really means is putting more power in the hands of bureaucrats.

I too was beguiled by the belief that such bureaucratic establishments might help until I volunteered. I saw the incompetence. I was asked recently to look at a projects budget reports and costings documents and witnessed the blatant financial mismanagement and waste.

Private and multinational companies in Australia don’t have a great record when it comes to rolling out public programs and those guilty of fraud seldom endure little if any punitive measures. But, those who are party to such actions in government employment also seldom meet any punitive justice and are often promoted or encouraged until the fraud is too blatant.

Since the advent of social housing policies and financial incentives the affordability and ownership of homes in Australia has dropped. Since the advent of social studies and equality studies in Australia the suicide rate has and continues to sore.

The reason those whom are considered wise in society are generally conservative and do not relate to the left or right is because we understand the fundamentals of freedom and responsibility.

To believe in personal responsibility would be to destroy the special role of those whom anoint themselves or seek acknowledgement as “social justice warriors”, whose vision casts them in the role of rescuers or “heroes” of people treated unfairly by “society”.

It is hard to imagine a more stupid or more dangerous way of making decisions than by putting those decisions in the hands of people who pay no price for being wrong.

Many of those who profess that they are working or representing the “victims” of injustice do so as both financially biased and rewarded by the subjective perception of injustice. They often seek to perpetuate the problems through social programs and use biased and subjective reporting in an objective way. Their objective to perpetuate victimisation.

In my life time I have seldom seen the left or the “social justice warriors” take any responsibility for the evidenced increase in mental health and economic vulnerability caused by their actions.

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