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09 May 2014

FEDERAL LNP SET TO PULL THE TRIGGER ON "THE END OF THE ENTITLEMENT ERA" - AND AUSTRALIA WILL BE BETTER FOR IT

Tony Abbott and the federal Liberal/National coalition were swept into power last year on the back of the ALP's profligate, wasteful, and in some cases murderous (think pink batts) over-spending.  Under the best traditions of democracy it is only fair that Abbott and his team get a fair go at doing what they were elected to do.

And it is hard to deny that much of the spending, especially so-called "family" spending, is little more than electoral bribery and welfare.  As reported earlier this week, a majority of families in Australia pay no net income taxes, such is the gravy train.  Where is the investment by these breeders into their own families?


COMPANY DIRECTOR HEIDI MCPEAKE AND
HER LITTLE WELFARE GIFT 
We're then reminded about the "single parents".  Frankly, we're tired of hearing about "single parents".  There is NO such thing - these teenage girls didn't come about a child (and usually children) via the immaculate conception.  All the family payments and welfare we're shovelling into the pockets of these (boo-boo) single parents should instead be coming from the deadbeat inseminators.  (We refuse to use the word "men" to describe these worthless deadbeats).  It has become bad social policy to make it easy, and socially acceptable, for girls to collect babies in the same way they collect tattoos on their butts inviting these young men to give them another.

An example of the corrupt thinking created by this welfare culture was displayed in the Cairns Post by a local resident, one Heidi McPeake.  McPeake blubbers that she needed the payments "as she took maternity leave from her DIRECTOR'S ROLE at McPeake Town Planning".  One glance at her website makes it clear that she hasn't stopped working at all.  As THE DIRECTOR of McPeake Planning, her company registration has been active for less than five months (post her knock-up), and while she seems to be doing business, you've got to wonder what she's doing with the GST she's collecting - as her company is NOT registered for the GST!  Not only is she opened her heart to every form of welfare she can muster, she apparently can't be bothered to even pay the GST she's collected from her clients?



This smells like entitlement abuse writ large.

Heidi goes on to say the welfare payments allow them "to save for house deposits".  She's using public tax money in this way?  No wonder the electorate ignored the personality defects in Tony Abbott (and his local Minister for Blogs, Warren Entsch) and elected them anyway.  To stop the rorts!  

And by the way Heidi, where is the inseminator???  Why isn't he pitching in with his cash to raise and support the future of Australia?  Or is a James McPeake, employee of the Cassowary Coast council, splitting his time between his government job and this new, private venture?

We don't support any cuts to those already retired and on the aged pension.  We have a whole generation of hard workers who were promised "cradle to grave" protection from quasi-socialist governments in the past.  They should be respected and honoured for their contributions.  

But the family payments rort has got to go.  Time for everyone to pay their fair share of running this country instead of just expecting handouts.  People have to invest in their own children, not just the government.

31 comments:

Anonymous said...

Look up how much is owed in child support arrears nationally. The csa do very little to make sure this paid.

Anonymous said...

Except the fact is we have revenue problem, not a spending problem. And entitlements favour the rich. So may help vent hate but will not help the budget.

Al said...

Wasn't it the Coalition under John Howard who introduced the baby bonus? The main beneficiaries were the retailers of plasma televisions.
The thrust of this is good. Having child is a choice, and if that's what you choose, pay for it yourself.
Only those in dire financial circumstances should be taxpayer supported, and only then out of concern for the child's welfare.

JOHN MACKENZIE'S HILLBILLY WATCH said...

We've received an unprintably vile comment from a reader who has objected to what she views as an unforgivable smear of Ms. McPeake.

Ms. McPeake chose to be in the Cairns Post, and chose to provide them with misleading facts. If she doesn't want to be examined, she shouldn't put herself out there.

shanghai said...

yeah like me why should I pay for families' s and schools im single and get jack shit from govt I pay for everything and get jack shit back go forth and fornicate and put the the new car on your mortgage ha ha had another 10 years to your mortgage .. like Australia its a castle built on sand .. and by the the way the bats are are back on abbott st

Jimbo said...

HW can post examples of anecdotal trivia, but the biggest issue here is the LNP's deceit. I have no problem getting rid of the middle and upper class welfare, but the LNP came into power promising not to do that.
I remember when the former government tried to do the same thing and it was branded as class warfare. It is also obvious that HW is unable to read basic accounts. A perusal of the last couple of budgets showed the slowest growth in spending for a generation. But as has been said before it has been a revenue problem that has put a crimp on the budget. And every attempt to improve revenue, eg emission trading schemes and mining taxes has been thwarted by the LNP.

Anonymous said...

With 7+ billion people on this planet why are we rewarding the breeders? People who choose not choke the planet with humanity are the real hero's! They should be rewarded with Tax cuts. Not like these repulsive breeders that leach our resources and destroy the planet with their noisy and stinky kids.

Jan from Kewarra said...

In recent years, many of those on the dole have been able to convince a doctor that they are in some way incapacitated, just so as they can get the higher pension (the Disability pension) which is over $900 per fortnight. I do not have a problem with genuinely disabled persons claiming this pension.

However, I know of two women, both in their mid 30s, who have hardly worked a day in their lives, both live at home, both do nothing all day but strangely seem to have enough money for smokes, alcohol, holidays and tattoos and yes, both are on the Disability pension because of so-called "bad backs".

Called around to see the mother of one such disabled person, only to see her lifting her boyfriend's suitcases out of a high-trayed ute and carrying them and putting them into her car!! Bad backs my arse!!

There are plenty out there ripping off those who work hard whilst life is one big holiday for them. They even refer to their "pay day."

Vi L Schumm said...

Few people would disagree that we should not let government debt get out of hand. But before we go slashing social welfare, let's remind ourselves that our debt is low by world standards (29% of GDP vs 89% for the European Union and 106% for the US; see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_by_future_gross_government_debt.
And I agree with other comments that we have a revenue problem, as much as a debt problem, given that our taxation levels are also low by world standards.
In the mean time, let's not abuse mothers.

Anonymous said...

pmsl where is racist ruby? or your other worthless regulars? Post a pro LNP policy rant and watch them hide. What a pack of losers. only Jimbo came on with a piss poor defence of all things left. rofl

Al said...

Anonymous 11/5/14 05:28. If that comment was on Facebook, you'd have got my 'Like'.

Jan from Kewarra: everyone knows someone rorting the system in this way. But it doesn't take away from the fact that the dole is insufficient to sustain human life - and there are no jobs, especially for the likes of those you describe. Not sure of the solution.

Alison Alloway said...

Having worked in the Compliance and Fraud Section of Centrelink, I confirm the greatest rip off of welfare comes not from the "bad back" malingerers, but from the wealthy, who successfully hide their assets and income in order to qualify for an aged pension or Disability Pension. We now have financial planners who openly advise people about to retire how to legally hide their income in order to qualify for aged pension rather than use their income to support them in their retirements. Thus we see the wealthy retireds of today, embarking on world cruises, buying up Winnebagos and living the life of Riley himself, whilst still collecting the aged pension.
This area is the greatest abuse of welfare, but is rarely mentioned because people now seem to see it as their right to screw the taxpayer as they retire.

Bob R. said...

Hehehe, you've hit the nail right on its ugly fucken head there Alison. But hey Mums the word, right. Ssshhhh. Let the big end of town rort the system without complaint, it's them fucken babies and kids you got to make starve. Yeah. Christ or mighty the Tory mindset is so sick and twisted I cant believe they're human.

Anonymous said...

You are spot on there Alison. Its bloody galling to see aged pensioners gallivanting around the world on luxury cruises, year after year and buying their kids brand new 4WDs and huge plasma TVs for Christmas present while there are others barely scraping up enough money to buy food to eat. It has become socially acceptable and very normal today to visit a financial advisor and arrange to have your money invested or sent offshore or whatever so that you can qualify for a pension.

Anonymous said...

Some people see it as their right and obligation to screw the tax payer when they are working.

Anyone who thinks welfare is easy in this country needs to spend a year existing on it as their only source of income.

Anonymous said...

Typical of Tories, make the babies and children, those who are most vulnerable, suffer. Say nothing about the wealthy retirees sucking off the public teat. It's what Tories are all about.

Anonymous said...

HB the compost has reported the state government is changing legislation to allow the (government staff) manning the super boot camp powers of restraint and force, my question to you HB is how did an operator with no experience dealing with juvenile offenders get picked to run a super boot camp and now requires a change in legislation to do the job they were picked and paid well to do?

Looks similar to the incompetence of that first mob

chas said...

How the shit did we get into a revenue problem? Howard sold off Telstra which was our communications MONOPOLY right at the time the internet was burgeoning. If we had kept TELSTRA as a national monopoly, all the profits from the massive increase in use of the internet and mobile phones would have gone into our revenue. Then the mining tax. Why didn't Howard increase the mining tax when he could have? Lastly why haven't we introduced GST on goods purchased on the internet from overseas? This belief of the LNP to make the poor and disadvantaged pay even more is just sickening.

NYM said...

Frankly, the people who will be most disadvantaged in this budget will be the chronically sick, those people with debilitating disease, or cancer patients. Abbott is wiping Medicare by charging fees for doctors visits. People who need constant medical care and who need to be seen regularly by doctors are going to be slugged hard and heavy. Im ashamed to be an Australian. It makes me wonder what sort of a nation are we turning into.

Alison Alloway said...

When Hockey claims it is the end of "an era of entitlement" he is deliberately creating a diversion by focussing people on welfare recipients. Once again, he is slyly appealing to emotionalism and not rational thinking. What his intentions are and what this coming Federal budget will start, is to dismantle the three pillars of egalitarianism, so vital to our Australian held value of "a fair go for all". The three pillars are: a universal health care system (Medicare, introduced by the Hawke Labor Government), a universal education system, and lastly, the concept of a minimum wage, fought for by our union movement. All of these have provided Australians with a "fair go" and have been the basis of our high standard of living. Abolishing the three pillars will put us on par with the USA where income inequality is now at its highest since the Great Depression. Whilst we have witnessed a widening of income disparity in this country in the past couple of decades, the actions of Abbott and his government will result in a huge quantum leap in income inequality in Australia.

Anonymous said...

Amazing how you can fall out of Uni five minutes ago, set up your own company (allegedly she has no ABN which I thought was a requisite making this potentially illegal and fraud) and then be a 'Director' of your own company instantly after having attained so many 'high level' achievements. Replace 'high level achievements' with 'sat in a meeting and looked bored'... that would make more sense.

Oh and by the way, I didn't realise sheds and swimming pools needed town planning intervention, but they you go.. silly me.

Then again I also didn't think family payments were there to help gather a deposit for a home loan.

Hubby (assumed?) also appears to have a massive conflict of interest in his government job. Cassowary Coast should explain this 'Mr Entrepreneur'. Is he a Council worker or a developer's friend or his own company's friend?

Perhaps that Planning Institute, she is a member of should investigate.. but they probably won't.. because it will be all girl-hugs and tears etc.. while the rest of us all get ripped off 'lifting that heavy load on our taxes' to support this kind of apparent indulgence and, dare I say, rort!

shanhgai said...

hey im getting a hard on watching the budget its the caucausian white blond voiceless back bench that sit behind monkey to distract labor that interest me but who are they ? where are the Asian ,blacks and dagoes in the lnp ??? oi oi oi

Observer said...

Shanghai, you dag, the LNP is not an inclusive party. You have to be WHITE, Caucasian and MALE to be in the hoi polloi of the LNP. Yeah they do have the odd token black and Asian but they are only there for display purposes. Oh, they do have ONE single woman in the Ministry. Poor old Julie is looking very umm harassed and shrivelled looking these days and losing weight faster than Abbott's sinking popularity.
Astute analysis there Alison, using the "three pillars" of our society to describe what is happening.

Anonymous said...

Why is it that when LNP gain power the country and it's citizens are so divided? The rich get richer, the workers get nothing!

Anonymous said...

Off topic, but I just heard the local shock jock flogging NBN subscriptions for Telstra. Yes, you heard it right, after criticising and bagging the NBN at every opportunity for years, he is now advertising the very same thing. He truly is a media whore !!!

As far as the budget is concerned, the next time I see a picture of a young family standing in front of their 600 k house whinging how they are done by on their 120 k annual income, I'll shed a few crocodile tears for them.

I'm sick and tired of subsidising the lifestyle of people whose income far exceeds mine and help pay for their expensive 4 wheel drives , massive mortgages and child care.

There was another sad looking single mum in the paper the other day (on a decent income) with 3 kids who was complaining that she could not afford the doctor co-payments, because she had to see a doctor on average every fortnight when one of her brats had a cold or tummy bug. Really ???

I am not envious of those who earn more than me. I don't need a lot to get by and I don't expect others to subsidise my lifestyle. I think a lot of services should be income tested, so only those who really need it have access to all these subsidised services. If you earn in excess of a certain amount you may just have to adjust your lifestyle a bit.

Anonymous said...

You summed it up very well there Alison. Perhaps you should have mentioned that our third pillar contains not only a minimum wage concept but a welfare safety net as well. Abbott is ripping that apart along with the other pillars. This budget will plunge us back to the 1940s.

Seth at Port said...

An astute analysis there, Alison Alloway. Yep. This budget is an all out assault on our three pillars of egalitarianism, as you so succinctly put it. The LNP are using the good old proven and successful tactics of divide and conquer to smash our institutions of equality. As we can see from HBWs own comment and the comments from posters here, the LNP are easily able to exploit the feelings of envy, resentment and contempt amongst groups of Australians. Thus most of the people here have missed the enormity of the consequences of this budget which will change Australia forever. I'm hoping to God that Labor, the Greens and PUP collaborate to block the budget and cause a double dissolution. Just to finish off, while Aussies are arguing amongst themselves as to who deserves welfare and who doesn't, I note Abbott's plans to suddenly establish a "MedicaL Research Institute" (what happened to our existing ones?) have a lot to do with big pharma from the USA hovering all over him. Bewdy hey? So we will pay one hell of a lot more for our medicines and prescriptions as well as all our medical visits and tests and big pharma will make a fucken killing here as it does in the USA. Oh and have their laboraties funded by the gullible Australian through paying extra medical bills. We're about to be screwed like never before and Aussies are fighting like fucken rubbish tip dogs over the scraps of welfare.

Bob R. said...

Bloody good speech by Shorten last night. Yeah Alison he mentioned those three pillars you mentioned.Theyre classic Labor values I know. a universal health care scheme, a universal education system and income support. Those three pillars make Labor different from the LNP and Labor is still committed to them all. Yeah I felt proud of Bill last night hey.

Anonymous said...

Hockeys budget has gone down like a fucken bomb. how does he expect people to live without money for six fucken months?

Liz said...

Christine Milne of the Greens put in the best response to the budget. I have become more and more impressed with that woman, over time. More power to Christine!

Anonymous said...

Fighting like rubbish tip dogs over the scraps of welfare - Seth you put it so clearly. This is what Abbott and the LNP are doing, getting the poorest Australians to fight among themselves over who is more worthy of welfare.