More on work(un)choices

I wonder how far one has to go in voicing disapproval of the laws our current government ramming through in (almost) complete secrecy (propaganda campaigns running on the order of $50 million don’t count when they don’t provide any of the details of the legislation) before one is considered seditious?

Anyway, continuing in my theme of providing links to well-written pieces about why WorkChoices is a bad thing, I bring you mgk‘s experiences in the US, which provide a great practical example of what’s wrong with these laws.

Incidentally, as far as I know the proposed law won’t affect me at all. My abhorrence of these laws has nothing at all to do with how it’s going to affect me personally, and everything to do with the negative impacts the laws are likely to have on society as a whole.

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