Created: Thursday, 17 November 2005 Written by Chato
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P.M. clarifies the issues
and they are stark. There was a time when we used
to think that Oz institutions
were constructed to serve the
needs of Oz citizens.
How wrong we were!

By a clever shifting of national
anxieties, the filthy old Uncle
Suckhole turned it all around so
that the robopathic Oz citizens
must constantly adjust their
expectations and their personas
to serve the shifting demands of
the various institutions.
The institutions themselves are
increasingly out of reach and
out of sight of the citizens.

It seems that many Oz workers
have encouraged Suckhole to do
the "welfare bludgers" over in
their anxiety to "fit in" with
the "revolution", and they did
not raise as much as a murmur
about the decency of it.

By not caring for the welfare
of the poorest, they may have
sown the wind, and should now
expect to reap the whirlwind.