Sunday 22nd of April 2018

the governm'nt love youse...

love youse

Prime Minister Malcom Turnbull says drug testing welfare recipients and potentially managing their spending is "a policy based on love".

The Coalition will drug test 5,000 new Centrelink clients and those who test positive will be forced onto an income-management scheme, which controls how a recipient spends their money.

Young people deemed to be at risk of substance abuse will be required to undertake random saliva, urine or hair follicle tests for drugs in three locations from next year.

The proposal has been slammed by anti-poverty activists who say it is a discriminatory move that will profile vulnerable people.

Greens leader Richard Di Natale has described it as "a violation of human rights".

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better than the philippines...


The Philippines is in the midst of a brutal war on drugs sanctioned by the controversial President Rodrigo Duterte, which has seen almost 2,000 killings in a matter of weeks. The BBC's Jonathan Head explores the country's dark underbelly of dealers and assassins through the story of one woman trapped in a chilling predicament.

When you meet an assassin who has killed six people, you don't expect to encounter a diminutive, nervous young woman carrying a baby.

"My first job was two years ago in this province nearby. I felt really scared and nervous because it was my first time.

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Here no need to have proof of whatever. Just shoot, kill and report the death of a drug pusher, addict, whatever person you don't like... etc.