Morrison and the media wage a class war against the underpaid

The lowest paid in our society are out of sight and out of mind, and the wealthy want to keep them there.

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Remember “the class was”? References to class warfare were incessant in the 2019 campaign, with Bill Shorten portrayed as a class warrior seeking “the high end of the city” – a phrase he promptly used himself.

“Class warfare is destined to dominate these elections”, News Corp. stenographers written at the start of the 2019 campaign. John Howard made it memorable accuse shorten of “class warfare”.

As always, whenever the term “class war” is used by the powerful, it is a good indicator is an ongoing class war – but it is a defense of existing economic structures that favor the rich and powerful and punish the underpaid and the young.

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