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The subject line says it all.

Anonymous robots chasing money and a meaningless organisation name without feeling or compassion.
It is obvious our current political leaders represent forces we do not identify with as having moral and ethical principles.
When will we hear a courageous journalist on mainstream media, at peak viewing time, ask ScoMo how he can reconcile his happy clapper principles with systems such as robo debt collection?
I am assuming his ‘happy clapper’ clan embraces Christian principles and not profit.

 


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