Politics Centrelink

Herne Hill Hammer

Premium Platinum
Joined
Jun 22, 2008
Posts
17,405
Likes
12,046
Location
Cowes
AFL Club
Geelong
What was it like growing up in Kalkeith? Were you neighbours with Gina Rinehart?


It's horrible isn't it. The money would be much better spent on making sure people have food and shelter.
I knew there was a reason I had you on ignore for years, you don't contribute anything. Do you have any real life, personal experiences yourself? Have you ever engaged or contributed to society in any sort of meaningful way in your whole adult life?

I was unaware that Kalgoorlie (I guess that's what you're trying to allude to) ever had any of the manufacturers that I mentioned in my previous post.
 

(Log in to remove this ad.)

Kram

I'll brik u
Joined
May 2, 2007
Posts
52,852
Likes
66,027
Location
WA
AFL Club
Fremantle
Other Teams
Chicago Bears, de Boer, Arsenal
Very common sense and accurate post.

A vast majority of the posters on this political thread and forum are on welfare payments themselves including the one your talking to and don’t work or are uneducated ( or took some piece of shit arts degree that ended up worthless)

I have known of plenty of people over the years that put up advertisements for senior engineering positions and receive 100+ applicants from dole bludgers.

The reason they do this is because they don’t want to work and are making unrealistic applications to satisfy the Centre link criteria of job hunting, with no real intention of ever working.

Why should everyday Australian who are hard working have to open their wallets to hand over money to these losers??

Put hardworking Australians first for a change
 

(Log in to remove this ad.)

GreyCrow

Hall of Famer
Joined
Mar 21, 2016
Posts
43,117
Likes
61,671
Location
Down South Corvus Tristis
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
Sturt, Redskins , White Sox
Yeah go after the biggest corporations make it unpleasant for them to exist in Australia.......you know those corporations that give people jobs, interfering with their real calling...making coffee and mowing lawns.
I guess there is some logic in this. I mean lets not go after drug dealers and criminals because they employ people also

Fairly silly argument to be fair. You go after the corporate criminals and that should leave the competition to be more open and fairer for many more businesses to survive in therefore creating more employment
 

JackOutback

Brownlow Medallist
Joined
Sep 15, 2011
Posts
16,904
Likes
20,648
AFL Club
West Coast
I guess there is some logic in this. I mean lets not go after drug dealers and criminals because they employ people also

Fairly silly argument to be fair. You go after the corporate criminals and that should leave the competition to be more open and fairer for many more businesses to survive in therefore creating more employment
By that logic, we should be going easy on the banks right now.
 
Joined
Mar 19, 2008
Posts
35,759
Likes
20,730
Location
Narre Warren North
AFL Club
St Kilda
Other Teams
.
I guess there is some logic in this. I mean lets not go after drug dealers and criminals because they employ people also

Fairly silly argument to be fair. You go after the corporate criminals and that should leave the competition to be more open and fairer for many more businesses to survive in therefore creating more employment
If they aren't criminals. And we shouldn't be in such a rush to make them less profitable if they can be more profitable elsewhere.

By that logic, we should be going easy on the banks right now.
Not if they are breaking the law.
It should be like umpiring. Were they holding the ball or were they not. None of this go easy, go hard crap.
 

NSWCROW

TheBrownDog
Joined
Sep 16, 2006
Posts
55,724
Likes
58,231
Location
NW SYNNEY
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
STURT - LIVERPOOL
NEATO Employment Services Pty Ltd pleaded guilty to an amended complaint filed by the Queensland Office of Industrial Relations (QOIR) that it failed to comply with a health and safety duty (category three).

No conviction was recorded against NEATO, and the company has been given two months to pay the fine and court costs.

Small business minister Michaelia Cash, the minister in charge of the Work for the Dole program at the time of the teenager's death, promised to conduct an investigation and publish a report within a month of the incident.

Two and a half years on and nothing has been released.

She's all class that one....
 
Joined
Mar 19, 2008
Posts
35,759
Likes
20,730
Location
Narre Warren North
AFL Club
St Kilda
Other Teams
.
So now we know what a life is worth....

A Company Has Been Fined $90,000 After A Teenager Died On Its Work For The Dole Site

What are you suggesting here?
It appears that a person died after riding on the back of a tray he shouldn't have been on, and that his training record showed that he knew this.
The company was still found to be less than ideal in its workplace safety and was fined.

What are you calling for .... an eye for an eye?
Crucifiction?

Why would anyone suggest that the $90 000 was a value of human life and more than any other such fine that is routinely found against organizations?
 

TimmeT

Club Legend
Joined
Mar 28, 2017
Posts
2,698
Likes
3,167
AFL Club
Port Adelaide
What are you suggesting here?
It appears that a person died after riding on the back of a tray he shouldn't have been on, and that his training record showed that he knew this.
The company was still found to be less than ideal in its workplace safety and was fined.

What are you calling for .... an eye for an eye?
Crucifiction?

Why would anyone suggest that the $90 000 was a value of human life and more than any other such fine that is routinely found against organizations?
The thing is that this poster has a history of being a highly partisan pro left/ALP fanboi. Thus it is not surprising that they would hold such an extreme view on this outcome considering their past behaviours on this board.
 

NSWCROW

TheBrownDog
Joined
Sep 16, 2006
Posts
55,724
Likes
58,231
Location
NW SYNNEY
AFL Club
Adelaide
Other Teams
STURT - LIVERPOOL
What are you suggesting here?
It appears that a person died after riding on the back of a tray he shouldn't have been on, and that his training record showed that he knew this.
The company was still found to be less than ideal in its workplace safety and was fined.

What are you calling for .... an eye for an eye?
Crucifiction?

Why would anyone suggest that the $90 000 was a value of human life and more than any other such fine that is routinely found against organizations?
Jumping at shadows in your over-eagerness to have a ping bigfella
 

Hawk Dork

Brownlow Medallist
Joined
Feb 9, 2005
Posts
26,352
Likes
21,250
Location
on the road to nowhere
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Other Teams
Hawks
What are you suggesting here?
It appears that a person died after riding on the back of a tray he shouldn't have been on, and that his training record showed that he knew this.
The company was still found to be less than ideal in its workplace safety and was fined.

What are you calling for .... an eye for an eye?
Crucifiction?

Why would anyone suggest that the $90 000 was a value of human life and more than any other such fine that is routinely found against organizations?
What did the electrician get for sending the kids into the roof with a stapler and foil insulation and the power turned on?
 

Jibroni

All Australian
Joined
Jun 14, 2017
Posts
708
Likes
622
Location
Adelaide
AFL Club
Melbourne
Other Teams
Liverpool, AC Milan, North Adelaide
I guess there is some logic in this. I mean lets not go after drug dealers and criminals because they employ people also

Fairly silly argument to be fair. You go after the corporate criminals and that should leave the competition to be more open and fairer for many more businesses to survive in therefore creating more employment
Unfortunately it can be systematic and not just one business.

And the end if the day ASIC exist for a reason and should also be held to account when companies are fraudulent.
 

Leeda

Talons B Sharp
Joined
Sep 26, 2012
Posts
4,420
Likes
750
AFL Club
Hawthorn
Other Teams
Roger, Serena, Rafa, Novak
I am all for catching them small chiauwahas.. or them small 'dog' penalties that like to show their rump at the front and then
tell everyone that they have nothing to worry about...

handle everyone with care but give everyone due respect when they do the rumba with a wrong rhumba... being a bit flippant
here but i am serious about those who carry on and think they won't get caught.. hello Tracy Grimshaw... love your work... :D
 
Top Bottom