Tim Costello has used his last day with World Vision Australia to call out middle-class Australians and their ‘huge sense of victimhood’.
- Cait Kelly
- The New Daily
Speaking to The New Daily, Mr Costello said Australians had lost ‘perspective’ of what’s important.
“Middle-class people think they’re doing it tough – the sense of victimhood is huge. We’ve got a whining middle-class culture.
“We are blessed, we’re the third-richest country per capita in the world. When you lose that perspective, you lose that generosity.”
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