In a move that can only be described as dystopian, the Chinese Communist party is introducing a new ‘rating’ system. One that would ensure people are upstanding, government-fearing citizens in all aspects of life.
As taxpayers, our confidence is hinged on the notion that our hard-earned money is being allocated towards worthy projects. But all too often, the popularity contest of politics overshadows the interests of the people.
Under the guise of our own protection, our data is now being treated as a collectable commodity. Governments around the world have been gathering their citizen’s biometric data at an alarming rate.
Jobs and businesses that were once Aussie owned are slowly but surely slipping out of our hands and into the pockets of international giants.
When France succumbs to the bubble-wrapped, candy-land of political correctness, you know we’re in trouble. Last week, French president Emmanuel Macron vowed to make ‘gender-based insults’ a legal offence in France.