RE: The fall of Australia plus my experience prior to the fall

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It's a sad phenomenon that's generally happening all over the world, especially when these job owners wanted to thin the herd or maybe reduce their workforce. I didn't know you worked in so many places not to talk of the State government in Brisbane, apart from the issues, how did it feel like working for the government? If you ask me I'll say changing your job description came with reduction of salaries and all the dividends or extra bucks that came with it.
As for people fighting for their country. The Nigerian citizens tried it recently and they were murdered by their owne government. Wanting a better government is always resulting in bloodshed. As peaceful protest for change is always turned against people. It's a really dicey situation.

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I worked for the State Government as long as I did because I enjoyed the work and the experience was useful. In the end, I felt it was mostly a waste of my time as I and my work was having very little positive impact. Leaving was also difficult as opportunities for economists in Brisbane outside of Government is limited. Even when I ran my own business, the Government were still my customers.

The world is at a huge tipping point. Countries are either going to break free from repressive Governments or become like Australia. There are some tough years ahead.

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