From: Frank Pio Russo [mailto:frankrusso@frankrusso.net]
Sent: Sunday, 16 October 2016 6:06 PM
To: 'advedit@adv.newsltd.com.au'
Subject: FW: 20 % of Australian children living in poverty !!

 

 

 

From: Frank Pio Russo [mailto:frankrusso@frankrusso.net]
Sent: October 16, 2016 6:01 PM
To: 'telescopes@adam.com.au'
Subject: FW: 20 % of Australian children living in poverty !!

 

 

 

From: Frank Pio Russo [mailto:frankrusso@frankrusso.net]
Sent: October 16, 2016 5:58 PM
To: 'norbie.cask@gmail.com'
Subject: 20 % of Australian children living in poverty !!

 

20 % of Australian children are living in poverty !!

 

Over 700,000 children are living under the poverty line in our Australia, and the ones that are doing it the toughest are those from single parent households. All those who are renting are also faring very badly!

 

Quick! Bring in more migrants and more refugees! As if we want to dilute our wealth even further: our politicians should be locked up, and I fail to understand why there are no subversive and revolutionary elements threatening to do them harm! This should be the norm when these idiotic politicians insist on railroading our country into economic oblivion!

 

If we had smart politicians, it would be obvious that migration into our country should be stopped: if we were to stick to a stable population we could really improve the economic outlook of all of our citizens.

 

The moronic fuckwits are all in a rush to develop our country and all of its resources! But what’s the point of it when all you are doing is bringing in more foreigners to do it… you are not benefiting at all… and what’s the rush in trying to export all we’ve got? Our resources would actually appreciate if left only semi-developed! It’s pointless exporting things just for the benefit of other countries and multinationals: our gas is apparently much more expensive to us Australian residents, than to those where it is exported ! (???)

 

In conclusion, if we continue to tread the middle ground, we would be so desirable to everybody that no country could invade us - unchallenged by the others! And so long as we continue with our US alliance we need not fear very much.

 

So it’s unnecessary for us to want to number in the billion(s) to imagine we gain security.

 

Frank Pio Russo.

From www.frankrusso.net 

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