Australians No Longer Care About Other Australians. Brainwashed by the Australian government?

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Homeless people are people with no permanent home, they sleep in cars, family garages, in doss houses or perhaps a family member’s home.

People living rough live on park benches under bridges, anywhere they can find where they hope they will be safe.

The Australian government DOES NOT CARE about these people, & the majority of Australian citizens do not care about these people. Just think about that, is this what we have become as a nation, as a people? Do we have no honour at all? No caring attitude towards fellow Australians in need?

We have the power to put things right, it is quite obvious that the government is not governing Australia properly, it is quite obvious that the care & welfare of the Australian people is not their priority. Oh you may be fine, you may have a good job & a nice home so why should you care about other Australians who have nothing?! What does this say about you as a person who is not willing to say ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!

The ABS Census data released yesterday reveals a 37% increase in homelessness. In 2011 the number of people experiencing homelessness in NSW was 28,191. In 2016 this has jumped to 37,715.

The number of people in overcrowded dwellings in NSW has increased by 74% since the last census.

The number of homeless women has increased across all age ranges with the largest increase in women aged between 25-34 years (55% increase since 2011) and 65-74 years (78% since 2011).

Further information can be found on the ABS website

NSW Snap shot:

37,715 people were experiencing homelessness on the night of the 2016 Census (an increase of 37%)

The number of homeless women has increased across all age ranges with the largest increase in women aged between 25-34 years (55% increase since 2011) and 65-74 years (78% since 2011).

2,588 were sleeping rough (an increase of 35% since 2011)

16,821 were living in overcrowded conditions

The rate of homelessness for young people aged 19-24 increased by 92% since 2006 and is twice that of the general population

The rate of older people experiencing homelessness has increased by 24%

74,000 clients were supported by homelessness services in 2016/17 (43% increase since 2013/14)

2 in 5 clients did not receive crisis or other accommodation despite requesting it in 2016/17

2 in 3 clients who were homeless prior to accessing a service had no long term accommodation at the end of support in 2016/17.


DO YOU THINK THIS IS RIGHT? ACCEPTABLE?

Are Millennials Ready for SHTF?

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The further we get from the days of the pioneers, the more helpless people become. It’s gotten to where most young people (millennials and generation Z) have no basic survival skills. To them, cooking dinner means putting a frozen entree into the microwave. Many of them have never cooked a meal from scratch in their […]

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