If you are again trying to go personal be ause your argument is as weak as pi$$ then your an idiot.
No I did not lose money during the GFC, cannot lose what you dont have. However we all lost in our SUPER as they all went negative so cheering someone's supposed loss that you have no idea about while knowing your own Super went backwards is an act of stupidity.
So far everyone friend or acquaintance who has relocated to Oz or migrated to Oz that I know of us doing well for themselves. So I'm not concerned nor do I intend to be when the time comes. The country still offers opportunity for those willing to get off their smeg and try.
Failure to understand the sheer basics that if company share prices dont go up, then they are not making more money and hence profit is demonstrating you are in no position to comment on such matters. So suggest you stop now before you embarrass yourself further.
You have been told many a time by others wage stagnation is a global issue for which Australua cannot hide, but doesn't suit your agenda.
Opening up Australias trade strengthen the economy. Hiding behind tariffs that protect fat inefficient industry and govt sector doesn't do anyone favors longterm as the working class are exposed to higher costs. The fact that 30 years later our unemployment is similar to better is proof enough.
Yes I do support reciprocal tariffs.
Yes I didn't support the govts slow action to limit the property market price creep.
The union movement is not totally to blame for the extragences of the past, weak govt and management allowed it. But went your back is against the wall trying to save a business or industry the unions often bring nothing to the table.
The recent penalty rates fiasco showed how screwed up the system is as it's based on industry rather than common sense. Ie sone get 100% others 25% loading for working the same time.
And yes I'm totally against 100% loading , it's more than over the top, un competitive and does nothing for job growth nor a fair days pay for a fair days work. Sunday is no longer a holey grail it once was nor do most of the population want to go back to the days of Sunday being closed for business.
I have no issue for the number of public holidays even if the reason is meaningless for most.