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26/10/2012 5:59:37 p.m.
"Eradicating the causes of poverty", at least addressing the obstacles to all childrens' right for a decent education is a beginning. I despair though! health and education are treated as businesses like any other, the language has changed; we are providers and consumers and everything is down to market forces and the owners. Our focus has turned away from humanity to productivity, consumerism at any cost and the rest is collaterol damage. We need a radicle change where people once more count as people. We need to teach humanity before it is buried beneath ever reaching ivory towers and one day wonders, consumerables (now useless rubbish). WE need a Labour government that means what it used to mean. Please speak loudly!
10/09/2012 12:25:44 p.m.
@MIKE B - *successful business man*?! I assume you are referring to John Key. He was never a *successful business man*. He was a currency speculator. He got rich gambling with other people's money.
Simply put, currency speculators buy other countries currency, sell it off super cheap, crash a countries economy, and when they are broke, buy up their assets, becoming rich at the expense of millions of people's misery.
People lost their life-savings and countries were brought to their knees because of the actions of currency speculators such as John Key.
10/09/2012 11:12:21 a.m.
Beware of any Labour leader, outwith election year (and including election year come to think of it...normally that's worst when behind in the polls)...who start a new policy with 'FREE'...sends the taxpayers into a panic and the welfare recipients into extacy...hoohumm, Labour has started lolly scramble early it seems. (although voters are wise now with labour and 'free' things as they always cost more and need more of your hardworking tax dollars)...worst defeat in 85yrs, it'll continue too...C'mon Shearer...promise more free stuff, more...more I say!!
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