Australia has to Stop Foreign Aid

Australia has to Stop Foreign Aid

Australia has to Stop Foreign Aid

Australia is happy to fill the pockets of foreign nations but is reluctant to bail out it’s own people in a time of emergency. Aussie farmers are suffering a severe drought, Aussie workers have seen real wages shrink to what might be the lowest point in Australian history.

How the “Lucky Country” managed to become such a mess is a complex issue from which no side in Politics can escape blame, Liberal, Labor, Unions, bureaucrats and Australia’s abundance of “Do-Gooder” idiots have all contributed to a disaster.

In a series of articles I will address the Minimum Wage, Taxation, Immigration, Foreign Ownership and more.

But lets start with a way to save tens of billions of taxpayer money, stop foreign aid.

Australians have never been worse off, the Government has become a left wing Gestapo introducing an economy-wide cash payment limit of $10,000 ‘to keep dishonest tradies and businesses from rorting the system by taking cash in hand’ they claim. The reality it is yet another move against small business while they are making sure the have total control of your income and savings, China has more freedom than Australia.

The same Government that stops you from having $10,000 is running around the world handing out billions, the people of Australia should stop the Government giving any foreign nation more than $10,000, I would have more faith in a tradie than any of the powers that be in Canberra, if the people are being held accountable for their business practices why isn’t the Government held to the same standard, Canberra’s bleeding heart politicians continue to play to the left wing media to the detriment of all Australians.

Even Social Security in now heavily tilted in favour of immigrants over locals, the total amount being paid out is at record highs but it’s worth is at record lows.

Basically now the worst thing you can be in Australia is Australian.

The Australian Government’s development policy Australian aid: promoting prosperity, reducing poverty, enhancing stability and performance framework Making Performance Count: enhancing the accountability and effectiveness of Australian aid outline key aspects of our aid program.

Here are a few horrifying facts about Australia’s freebie program, for foreign countries.


Overview of Australia’s aid program to Indonesia
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$359.0 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$266.4 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$316.2 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to Sub-Saharan Africa
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$137.3 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$31.8 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$121.1 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to Vietnam
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$82.2 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$58.4 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$84.2 million


Overview of Australia’s aid program to Afghanistan
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$80.7 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$80.0 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$80.2 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to the Philippines
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$83.2 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$67.0 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$85.4 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to Cambodia
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$89.1 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$56.1 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$83.6 million

Overview of Australia’s aid program to Myanmar
How we are helping
2017-18 Total Australian ODA Estimated Outcome
$84.2 million
2018-19 Bilateral Budget Estimate
$42.1 million
2018-19 Total Australian ODA Estimate
$76.9 million

Overview of Australia’s assistance for agriculture and food security
How we are helping
2018-19 Budget Estimate:
$247.7 million

This is Aid for farmers, farmers OUTSIDE OF AUSTRALIA

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S. Jack Heffernan Ph.D. Funds Manager at HEFFX holds a Ph.D. in Economics and brings with him over 25 years of trading experience in Asia and hands on experience in Venture Capital, he has been involved in several start ups that have seen market capitalization over $500m and 1 that reach a peak market cap of $15b. He has managed and overseen start ups in Mining, Shipping, Technology and Financial Services.

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