- Category: In brief
- Created: Sunday, 04 September 2011 15:04
- Published: Sunday, 04 September 2011 15:04
- Written by Richard Mellor
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Under the surface of official crime rates, we often have the really bad behaviour by powerful institutions which does give rise to official crimes, even if moral responsibility remains with the offenders. These are not crimes themselves but would be much more regulated in a society concerned with stability, shared progress and equity, Foreclosures do not have to happen. Non-payment can be dealt with in different ways and reduced payment is a whole lot better than the criminogenic wasteland of non-occupation. Is housing too important to be a commodity dealt with by crude business methods?
This comment by Richard Mellor expresses it well, and is from his blog "Facts for Working People":