Frank Underwood was right. Entitlements are the problem, not the solution. The problem is people seem to think they are entitled to things. You are entitled to nothing.
These bludgers need to get a job, not look for entitlements.
Beneficiaries have been threatened with trespass notices as they wait in line outside a south Auckland Work and Income (WINZ) office.
Police have been called the past two weeks after more than 60 people allegedly threatened staff.
Every Friday morning for the past six weeks, there’s been an unusually long line outside the Clendon Work and Income office.
That’s because Auckland Action Against Poverty (AAAP) has started helping beneficiaries there get what they are entitled to – but their presence has caused a stir.
“The staff of the Ministry of Social Development are intimidated by the behaviour of the crowd here,” police told Newshub.
Bludgers helping bludgers bludge for more.
Last Friday police were called and people were threatened with trespass notices.
“They were telling us our mere presence was intimidating WINZ staff, and I find that bizarre,” AAAP advocacy coordinator Alastair Russell said.
Mr Russell says all they are doing is helping those most in need get what they deserve.
“We are here getting people what they’re entitled to – if that’s intimidation, then we are intimidating them and we will do that unapologetically.”
They “deserve” nothing. They are “entitled” to nothing.
Butter wouldn’t melt in Alastair Russell’s mouth, but this is a sample his usual posturing:
Invading private property and offices
Pushing and shoving the Prime Minister
Or stopping citizens going about their lawful business
Basically, he is a short, bad-tempered little arsehole.