The headlines and things we’d like to see in 2020 (but probably won’t)

Who knows? Maybe some of them will come true – but we won't hold our breath.

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As the new year rolls around, along with our fresh resolutions and grandiose plans, some of us are holding optimistic – and potentially unrealistic – hopes for the headlines we’ll see this year. These are the articles we’d like to be writing in 2020.

Ben

Trump removed from office
The US elections will be held in 2020, but hopefully the world will be rid of President Donald Trump by much earlier than November. No US president has ever been removed from office following an impeachment, but they have never had someone as dim-witted as Trump hold the highest office before either. While the US has clearly been sold down the drain during Trump’s reign, hopefully at least some members of his party do the right thing and vote to remove him from office when the time comes.

Janelle

  • Major retailers agree to pay dairy farmers a fair price for milk
  • I know I’ve done things I shouldn’t have done and I’m sorry: Trump
  • Deeming rules to be linked to official interest rates
  • Public transport free for Aussies aged 66-plus
  • We’ll never dope our athletes again, says Russia
  • Tackling climate change is our No.1 priority: PM
  • Tax-free threshold for older workers to be doubled

Leon
I like to see an increase to the Age Pension base rate, GST dropped for pensioners, lower taxes for workers aged over 70 and four free health checks a year.

I’d like to see more integrity in our politicians.

I’d like the gender pay gap to close, less talk about ageism until everyone is absolutely clear on the meaning of the word, and more acceptance of and less ignorance about climate change (it’s happening people, whether it’s solely man-made or not and we can do things to slow the burn).

I’d like to see Tom Waits tour Australia. I’d like to see more rain, not just on the coast. I’d like houses to be affordable, rents to be lower, Newstart to increase and politician’s pensions to decrease. While we’re at it: if pollies are worried about how to fund a 12 per cent compulsory super bump, they could redistribute the extra 3.4 per cent they get added to theirs to small and medium businesses – or towards that Holy Grail pension increase.

Most of all, I’d like to see more of my family, fewer AFL headlines, more of the planet and less reality TV (I don’t watch it, I just don’t think anyone else should either).

I’d like to see more YourLifeChoices members, so spread the word!

Liv

  • Sacred land returned to traditional owners: 80,000-year-old sites saved
  • Fracking illegal under Australian law
  • PM pledges investment in renewable energy sources: hope for sustainable future
  • Adani coal mine closed: hope for the Great Barrier Reef
  • An end to offshore processing of refugees
  • Mental health funding increases
  • Pollies respond as if the country were on fire … because it is
  • Age Pension rates increase … finally!

Rhonda

  • Acceptance of climate change by government
  • Better treatment of asylum seekers
  • World peace

Kaye
I would like to see a return to a kinder, more community focused society rather than different interest groups getting shouty with each other.

It seems that there is a dramatic loss of trust in politicians and it is highly likely this has been exacerbated by politicians wedging and simplifying complex issues.

It is okay to say you don’t know, if you don’t.

And it’s more than okay to say sorry, if you have made an error or hurt someone, even unknowingly, by your words or actions.

I would like to see a stronger national focus on climate change. I believe this is the single most pressing threat to our wellbeing, but it seems to take a Swedish teenager to try to encourage serious action. 

I would also like a more compassionate attitude towards those with less. I do not believe people on low incomes are suffering because they choose not to earn much. Nor do I believe they didn’t try hard enough.

I think we are all one step away from misfortune and our mission should be to reach out and help those less fortunate, not judge them.

So I think the robo debt collection scheme should be binned for once and all and a fairer way of assessing overpayments introduced. I also think it would balance the ledger if a way of determining under payments was devised. I call it give and take.

And Iast, but certainly not least, I would like to see all Australians make more of an effort to get into the regions , the bush, the outback and get to know those doing it tough in country towns and hamlets – we are a nation of clever people so surely there must be ways of reducing the country-city divide?

Happy New Year to all our amazing members.

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    Ducky
    1st Jan 2020
    10:42am
    I would like to see all of the suggestions actually happen. I would also like to see a Centrelink created that does not treat it's customers like pests and criminals who do not have a right to have an income after paying taxes for their entire working lives. The employees are, after all, just public servants living off the taxpayer.
    The Sheriff
    1st Jan 2020
    10:47am
    I'd like to see Nancy and Chuck tarred and feathered and run out of town.
    SuziJ
    1st Jan 2020
    10:56am
    Nancy & Chuck - who are they?
    The Sheriff
    1st Jan 2020
    11:10am
    Their failure to accept the result of the 2016 election and their actions since have destroyed the great Democratic Party and have become Donald Trump's primary asset for success in the 2020 Presidential election.
    Rod63
    1st Jan 2020
    12:16pm
    It#s not that have failed to accept the results of the 2016 election - they are acting on what Trump has done since then.
    Mariner
    1st Jan 2020
    2:09pm
    SuziJ - it is Crazy Nancy Pelosi an Chuck Shamer - the politicians Ben from YLC seems to like according to his intro above. Give me The Donald any day.
    Eddy
    2nd Jan 2020
    11:36am
    Notwithstanding not being a US citizen and therefore do not have the right to vote in their elections, my opinion is meaningless, I would find it easier to accept Mr Tump, with all his foibles, effectively as leader of the "free" world if he had actually been elected by the American people. However Ms Clinton had more votes (somewhere in the order of 3 million) than Mr Trump in what was effectively a 2-horse race. The US has what seems to be a corrupt political system manipulated by the political parties. It happened with Mr G.W. Bush and now with Mr Trump, so much for US claims of democracy. .
    ps Please do not berate me with claims that it is the voting system they use, they could change it to a "democratic" system, ie most votes win, but choose to keep the Electoral College system. I understand an Australian political party could win government with a minority of votes, no system is perfect but at least our system tries.
    101
    4th Jan 2020
    9:50am
    Ms Clinton should never have been the Democrats candidate, Bernie Sanders had his nomination stolen by the Clinton camp.
    "The US has what seems to be a corrupt political system manipulated by the political parties"
    simo60
    1st Jan 2020
    10:53am
    My Headlines , Trump re-elected .35 % of world energy produced by renewables . Every person to plant a tree. Nuclear power in Australia , water plants install. News services reporting some of the good news . Adani doubles mine site . Governments to stop spending all the money they have . Houses to be built to with stand fires . It is possible.
    SuziJ
    1st Jan 2020
    11:21am
    Houses to withstand fires - please tell me how?

    .35% of the world energy produced by renewables? That means 0.035. I think you may mean 35% or 0.35.

    Everyone to plant a tree? And who would come out to the country and bring the water for us to keep them alive? Our current water storage is 26%, and wouldn't be able to sustain planting & keeping trees alive without putting our drinking water supply in jeopardy. There's nearly 90,000 for this water to support and having to water new trees would be low on the priority of water usage.
    Rod63
    1st Jan 2020
    12:18pm
    Trump re-elected and Adani doubles mine site?!?!?! You're just stirring!!
    Incognito
    1st Jan 2020
    12:25pm
    No Trump,No Nuclear, No Adani, these three things will not make the world a better place, quite the opposite. We should be looking at hydrogen not nuclear. Yes houses could be made better, read about Hempcrete is fire proof, look it up, there are a few companies now using it here is one. http://hempcrete.com.au/
    SuziJ
    1st Jan 2020
    10:55am
    Pensioners and Mature Age Newstart (60+) recipients to get a decent rise. Pensioners should get at least $100 per week (single) and $75 per week (per person coupled) and Mature Age Newstart to receive $150 per week (single) and $100 per week (per person coupled). It's through no fault of ours that we cannot get another job due to 'reverse' discrimination by employers. I know that it's illegal to discriminate, but it happens all the time.

    The politicians to forgo their massive annual increases to pay for the increases to the most vulnerable of us. Get rid of the 'perks' of retired politicians - free lifetime travel, free secretarial services, etc. They have enough from the money we pay them as it is. Make the politicians wait until they're at the same retirement age as we have to wait.

    The NSW government- car registration tax, etc. for Mature Age Newstart recipients should be the same as for Pensioners - $0. These vulnerable people get far less than the pensioners as it is, so why punish them just because they don't have a job or are not on a DSP, Carer or Age Pension?
    Ducky
    1st Jan 2020
    11:30am
    It seems the politicians have the most ridiculous salaries and increases followed by insane perks after retirement which they should not have.
    Incognito
    1st Jan 2020
    12:27pm
    I agree reduce pollie perks help the more vunerable, pollies do not make a better economy with their stashing of money overseas, vunerable people spend all their money which in turn helps all business and keeps the wheels turning.
    ronloby
    1st Jan 2020
    11:40am
    My Ideas for a New World. Get rid of political parties and have a Management Committee as a governing body. All pensioners and new start people to get a 45% increase in payments. Politicians to have their perks removed, pension reduced and no jobs when they get tossed out. Nuclear Power in Australia within 5 years. Pensioners to receive concessions on all items for daily living. There are more but keeping it short.
    Incognito
    1st Jan 2020
    12:28pm
    I agree with increase of payments but maybe not so much, and pollie perks removed etc. But not nuclear, far too dangerous with the waste product, we are better off looking at renewables and hydrogen.
    TOR888
    1st Jan 2020
    11:44am
    Gee there are some fruit loops out there today..probably from the deep north...
    101
    4th Jan 2020
    9:56am
    Yep, and most of them on Welfare. Couldn't or would not provide for their own retirement and now living off the tax payers, yet they have all the answers to today's problems.
    Notice most posts are about getting more for themselves.
    Incognito
    1st Jan 2020
    12:42pm
    Raise the rate: www.raisetherate.org.au
    My headlines:
    Renewable energy now the number one energy source of the world, Australia leads the way.
    Last coal mine and coal power station closed.
    People are not more interested in meeting up face to face rather than social media, facebook closes.
    Linda Burney becomes first female Indigenous PM.
    Indigenous Australians work with all state land management to back burn and prevent bushfires.
    Koalas increase in numbers due to more protected areas of habitat.
    GM food to be found toxic, Monsanto sued for Glysophate use.

    I could go on but I know people here won't like many things I say, but it is all food for thought so please no personal attacks,I would like to see less personal attacks on YLC, thank you and have a wonderful 2020.
    Incognito
    1st Jan 2020
    12:45pm
    Whoops third headline should read "People are now more interested in meeting face to face"
    Mariner
    1st Jan 2020
    2:14pm
    And Vegans forced to eat RED meat too help the farmers. Even I can dream up stupid scenarios.
    Incognito
    1st Jan 2020
    2:19pm
    I specifically asked for no personal attacks, I am not vegan I eat honey. I am not getting into this argument about helping farmers by eating meat, could be said the same for veggie growing farmers.
    Incognito
    1st Jan 2020
    5:46pm
    Canberra now 100 % renewable energy, how ironic. Also farmers are benefiting from wind turbines on their properties too, read here:

    https://www.sbs.com.au/news/australia-now-has-its-first-state-run-on-100-per-cent-renewable-electricity?cx_cid=edm:newspm:2019
    Retiring Well
    2nd Jan 2020
    4:36pm
    Canberra is no where near 100% renewal as the formula is flawed.
    Jim
    1st Jan 2020
    2:12pm
    Bit of a quandary here, it’s hard to agree or disagree with most of the suggestions, all make some sense and most will make no difference, eg take all perks from politicians great idea, the difference it would make almost zero, ever since Trump got into office he has been vilified and accused of wrong doing, so far the only thing he’s been found guilty of is decreasing unemployment, standing up to threats from North Korea, China and Russia, and improving the US economy, the Clintons have been accused of all sorts of wrongdoing including charity fraud, they haven’t been found guilty of anything other than using a private email company which hid millions of emails from the government. I agree Trump is a moron, so what state is US politics in when the voters prefer a moron to the Clintons? I agree pensions and others needing assistance should get help, I am not sure a general increase in the pensions will solve the issues regarding those most in need, the one thing I would really like to see is those most in need should be given free housing, this is probably the biggest issue for the disadvantaged. Anyway a happy New Year to all, and the comment I agree with the most is a stop to personal abuse, everyone’s opinion is important to them.
    Mariner
    1st Jan 2020
    2:20pm
    Jim - you are the most sensible commentator for the 2020 year. Have a good and healthy one.
    Incognito
    1st Jan 2020
    2:22pm
    I already got attacked Jim, I agree with more public housing but have to kick out the ones who no longer need them who are still in them, ie they now have jobs.
    Jim
    1st Jan 2020
    5:11pm
    Musicveg Nobody should be attacking you or anyone else, your opinion is exactly that, I have suggested in the past that a way we could help those most in need with housing is to have something similar to the Nissan huts that early migrants lived in, my wife was in one in 1952 and she said they were great, they had community showers, I don’t think that would work for more permanent residents, but they also had a community hall where they all ate and gathered for activities, I think a place like that I am suggesting would need to have some parameters eg aged residents, I have spoken to women facing homelessness whenever rents go up which seems to coincide with pension rises, our older generation shouldn’t be having to stress about a simple thing like having a safe place to live. This might not be the best suggestion, but we don’t seem to be having much dialogue to solve this problem. So that’s my New Year wish let’s get our elderly into a safe place to live, and others in need might be able to access something similar.
    DELboy
    2nd Jan 2020
    8:58am
    Well said Jim and Moama Jock. I was with a group of US tourists in Ireland at the time of the election-Trump unknown, anybody but, the Clintons was the unanimous reply when asked about the election!
    Farside
    6th Jan 2020
    6:01pm
    Delboy, what people say and do and how they justify it is frequently little more than speculation. Let's see if the Republican vote falls away as voters swing back toward the Democrats in the absence of the anti-Clinton sentiments.
    Dave R
    1st Jan 2020
    3:53pm
    Most of what has been suggested by others plus a federal ICAC to weed out corruption in the National government. Cancel the $50 billion submarine contract and use the money for some thing useful.
    moama jock
    1st Jan 2020
    5:25pm
    A very Happy New Year to all at Your Life Choices and thank you for your great publications.

    Ben.

    Some great wishes but -



    Gender pay gap. My take pay on results not gender.

    Trump re-elected.There is no doubt he is erratic and loud mouthed but seriously imagine the World being saddled with the dishonest lying and cheating Clintons. At least Trump has energized their economy and as a result a flow on to Australia.
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    Janelle

    You have my full endorsement.

    Leon

    Gender Pay Gap Equal Pay for Equal Results.There is no doubt that the fairer sex are equally competent and bring balance but for whatever reason some do not achieve the same results therefore salaries should be on results not gender.

    Who the hell is Tom Waits?

    Politicians
    You have hit the nail on the head lack of Integrity is foremost.Also candidates should be chosen on ability not by the old boys club or the union delegates.Take Morrison as the current PM very competent but curtailed by a number of second raters who could not have been pre- selected on talent but then again that is not the sole situation with any party or for that matter any nation.

    Reality TV.An insult to intelligence and regular viewers should immediately submit for medical assessment

    Liv

    You would make an ideal candidate for the looney Greens Party simply impractical eg where will we get our affordable energy from for electricity.I do however respect your right to wish.

    Rhonda

    WE all hope for world peace.

    Kaye.

    What a thoughtful and caring wish list.I`ll vote for you if you stand for Parliament but must have a word to you about climate change.

    My additional wishes.

    That proper formal recognition be granted to our Volunteer Rural Fire Brigades.Victoria should forget the politics and their union mates and recognize the facts as without the fireys more would have burned including parts of Melbourne as the MFA cannot/could not cope.

    Senior banking officials be prosecuted for their fraudulent actions in ignoring and then endeavoring to conceal the improper actions of their Banks.All directors and executive officers with direct knowledge and being complicit in the miss deeds should be ordered to repay all bonuses paid during the time of the overcharging.Directors be placed on the equivalent of good behavior bonds and precluded from holding any further company directorships for a period of 5 years.

    that Scott Morrison and Donald Trump be reelected.

    that the gap between medical expenses and medicare and health fund payments be reviewed

    that medical specialists be required to provide in writing to their patients of the prescribed fee before undertaking such procedures

    that the procedure for landowner wishing to undertake clearing for fire breaks be removed from the present authorities and delegated to regional bodies comprising representatives from local government, either metropolitan or rural fire authorities that operate in the area plus a government appointed local citizen with knowledge of the area Applicants whose applications are refused should have the right of appeal with costs awarded to them if the refusal is deemed to be unreasonable.

    that there be substantial reduction in migrant intake until our infrastructure is substantially improved,pensions particularly aged increased, hospitals and internal services improved.

    climate change unfortunately there is no definitive proven answer to the circumstances and the hysteria peddled by some alarmists does not help similarly those denialists that just sit on their hands are of no benefit either.Surely some structured common ground can be achieved so that a concerted effort to practically and responsibly reduce the carbon gasses but balancing the impact on the citizens of the world ( insert here the poor nations and the under privileged in nations such as ours ).

































































































































    myadditional wishes.

    Proper recognition of the volunteer rural firefighters















































    ll Directors who have held office during such terms and who are deemed to be complicit by non action should be placed on the equivalent of a good behavior bond and precluded from holding the position of a company director for five years
    panos
    1st Jan 2020
    7:05pm
    I see the vocal left have hijacked the article....

    Fairy wishes.......
    Tuesday127
    1st Jan 2020
    8:58pm
    Moama Jock, please get off this page, 1/ You are too sensible. 1/ You're not left wing or green. 3/ You're not radical and a Labor mouthpiece. 4/ Your ideas are too well thought out. You obviously don't belong here. Lol lol lol. Have a great new year and may all your wishes come true.
    Tuesday127
    1st Jan 2020
    8:58pm
    Moama Jock, please get off this page, 1/ You are too sensible. 1/ You're not left wing or green. 3/ You're not radical and a Labor mouthpiece. 4/ Your ideas are too well thought out. You obviously don't belong here. Lol lol lol. Have a great new year and may all your wishes come true.
    Geminiwoman
    2nd Jan 2020
    7:11am
    We could definitely do with a pension increase. I have an issue with immigration in that once denied immigration, applicants can (at our expense) keep appealing. I feel that once denied, they should be immediately removed to make room and money available for legitimate applicants.
    Retiring Well
    2nd Jan 2020
    10:49am
    Pensioners have it easy compared to self funded retiree couples trying to survive on the interest received from $1M. I'm so glad my wealth is now in my grandkids houses.
    Farside
    6th Jan 2020
    6:08pm
    Self funded retirees struggling to survive on the interest earned on $1M have nobody to blame but themselves. It is their choice to preserve the nest egg and not spend their retirement savings. Pensioners could try to save some pension so their income matched that of the millionaires but what is the point – a race to the bottom and lowest common denominator to see who can be the most miserable?
    Geminiwoman
    2nd Jan 2020
    7:11am
    We could definitely do with a pension increase. I have an issue with immigration in that once denied immigration, applicants can (at our expense) keep appealing. I feel that once denied, they should be immediately removed to make room and money available for legitimate applicants.
    Placido1
    2nd Jan 2020
    7:23am
    I would like to see our "PM" actually take some positive action regarding the Australian Inferno and get some more Large Aircraft Tankers, I believe some could be obtained within a week, this would help manage our catastrophic worst ever fires.

    Let us hear no comments about State responsibilities, declare a National Emergency (which it is) take responsibility and just get them, to hell with a "political" budget surplus" do this before we lose more lives and houses.

    I will boycott any of Sizzling Scotties' "Throw another Koala on the barbie" functions.
    Retiring Well
    2nd Jan 2020
    10:45am
    Too late as there should have been more done to decrease the fuel build up and decent fire breaks.
    The Bronze Anzac
    2nd Jan 2020
    8:36am
    I would like to see our Government cancel Foreign Aid to ALL Muslim majority countries immediately. Then reduce all other foreign aid to all other countries by 10% per year over 10 years until NIL. Use the savings for Australians in need, & Australia in general, but especially for water conservation, food production & the development of nuclear power. Oh, and get out of the U.N. immediately.
    Incognito
    2nd Jan 2020
    12:48pm
    No nuclear, hydrogen instead.
    Retiring Well
    2nd Jan 2020
    10:44am
    Pension becoming a debt to be paid for your estate.
    Climate change nonsense to disappear.
    Self funded retirees supported not fleeced.
    Pension card given to all those over pension age.
    Donald Trump re-elected.
    Robo debt reintroduced.
    Welfare card given to all those on welfare.
    Incognito
    2nd Jan 2020
    12:54pm
    Climate change is happening stop being in denial.
    The USA can do better than Trump.
    Robo Debt is wrong, should be a case by case basis. Centrelink need to proove that you have been overpaid.
    Welfare card is unfair for those who like to shop second hand and small businesses, it directs you to the big players only. A huge money making scheme for Indue. Considering half of the people of unemployment are over 40 who are quite capable of handling money. Stop putting them all in the same basket VCB.
    Retiring Well
    2nd Jan 2020
    2:27pm
    Climate change has been happening since the universe was formed so it I nonsense to try to do anything about nature's way. However it's is dirty people and their dirty waste that is causing the problem mislabelled climate change.

    Trump is probably the best president US has ever had and I have no doubt he will win the next election for his second term.

    Robodebt would not have been necessary if it wasn't a national past time for people to rip of Centrelink. Very few have actually owed any money.

    The welfare card is only necessary because welfare money is not being spent where it was intended. Welfare is also fuelling the black economy and the welfare card would stop a lot of that happening too. Anyone can be paid with the welfare card if it is for legitimate expenses. Same agreements now as there was when they wanted to do away with cheques.

    It is people doing the wrong thing that is why we need to do something to stop it happening ASAP.
    Incognito
    2nd Jan 2020
    2:35pm
    I agree that the climate has been changing for a long time but it has sped up dramatically of recent years and is made worse by humans.
    I think what you have been reading about Trump is not all about what he has destroyed as well. He may have done a few good things but maybe we should hear from those that live in the USA but we only get snippets and we never know what is true or fake these days. I just think he is a bit of a moron and does not act very intelligent even if he is.
    Will never agree with welfare card because it is the same thing as always, just because a few do not spend wisely why should others suffer. Very little actually goes to the black economy as you say, and I doubt you have proof, it all goes to rent, food and other expenses. And you can already get your rent and bills paid direct so if people are not able to manage their money then that is what they should be made to do.
    Only a small percentage of people are doing the "wrong thing".
    Retiring Well
    2nd Jan 2020
    4:43pm
    The climate will do what it wants no mater what humans do. It is just a way that the rich will get even richer by making the poor pay for this nonsense.

    I don't know one person who doesn't try to rip off Centrelink one way or another myself.

    The black economy is what every one does around where I live. If I want anything done around my house I have to pay cash or it simply doesn't get done or I have to do it myself. I shouldn't be up ladder at my age cleaning gutters and fixing holes in gutter but I have no choice unless I pay some one cash to do it.
    mike
    2nd Jan 2020
    1:41pm
    I am very disappointed so many people want to get rid of Trump. He is the only one with the courage to stand up to Terrorism. On the other hand, how many remember Hillary Clinton was a pedophile lawyer, and was once caught on camera laughing and joking how she destroyed a young girls life to free a pedophile whom she knew was guilty. When confronted she lied and said she was laughing about something else, but cameras and microphones dont lie.
    Incognito
    2nd Jan 2020
    1:56pm
    Neither Hillary or Donald were good choices.
    Retiring Well
    2nd Jan 2020
    2:29pm
    I agree he has done more for the US than any other president. He is not afraid to step up when it is necessary and do what is required.
    simo60
    3rd Jan 2020
    8:17am
    Man in India planted a tree everyday , ended up with a forest the size of central park . One person can make a change. Correction renewable energy makes up 35% of world power . I have built a number of fire proof homes , it is possible . Egypt is building a nuclear power plant , why not us. Stop blaming the government , or run for election .
    Trump will be elected again . bookie has 2-1 odds . There are now solar panels that can produce water from air . There aways answers to problems , if we all help fix them .
    simo60
    3rd Jan 2020
    8:52am
    Pension increase ,where does the money come from . What do we cut. 32% off my tax dollars go on welfare now. Taxes pay for many things , who jets to balance the taxes we have .
    Adani coal is the cleaner than any other , so double the mine.
    ex PS
    3rd Jan 2020
    10:10am
    I just want to see our government making decisions based on what is good for the country, not what will win them the next election.
    Sometimes governments have to do unpopular things, if these things are really esse.ntial the people will moan but will forgive.
    What they won't forgive are decisions made for political gain that are against the interests of the country.
    Sophie
    7th Jan 2020
    11:58am
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    In 2020, I would like to see more positivity in all areas. In 2020, I would like to hear much less whingeing. Everyone can lend a helping hand..I would like to see all the kvetches get out of their comfortable armchairs and do something useful in their communities instead of condemning, attacking and carping.

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