originally posted by: jonnywhite
a reply to: Boadicea
If other worksers are willing to work the same job for less money then they should get the job. Is it really hard to understand?
Great just what we need, another Fascist Sympathizer.
Both Neo-Fuedalism and Fascism thrives and has found a permanent home in the United States. Unlike other countries, the American education system is
so poor that these "highly educated" people cannot recognize that they are indeed Fascists sympathizers. Why? Because the education these persons
received, over their lifetime, taught them virtually nothing about what Fascism, Feudalism and the Mercantilist economy really are and therefore these
people are HIGHLY susceptible to messages promoting Fascist policies.
The United States is a former “slave owning nation” that fought “tooth and nail” to maintain the legal right to own slaves. Even worse, U.S.
business owners turned indentured servants, whom by contract, were set to be released in 7 years, into indefinite slaves through legal loopholes and
it was all done with the state, local and federal governments turning a blind-eye to the practice. Yet after all that, the USA still has a form of
indentured servitude via H-1B visa program we see today.
So, I ask, AGAIN, can we REALLY expect responsible business leadership and INFORMED opinions about labor relations from a nation that was formed on
No, we cannot and its a COMPLETELY lost cause.
Too many Americans have FULLY bought into an illusion that says “one day, you too, can be a slave owner”. Due to this false belief, sadly, most
folks in USA are too far gone and there is no going back for them. This nation is filled with people whom are nothing more than mouthpieces and
apologists for Robber Barron’s, who’s contemporary beliefs and actions are similar to the Italian Fascist of 1922-1943. But due to poor education
and little experience with international travel, Americans can not see the historical similarities between the USA with the rise and fall of Fascism
during the period of 1922-1945. On top of that, Americans have little ability to learn objectively and even less ability to take in new cultural
information or understanding alternative perspectives proposed by foreigners. The USA, is not currently, a place of true “life-time learning”,
because in the USA that’s just the name of a "tax credit".
Socialism is only “dead” in America, while on the other hand, Germany, which has a GDP that is 5 times SMALLER than the USA, exports nearly the
same amount as the USA, $1.46 trillion versus 1.56 trillion? Yet, somehow that “socialist” country, with unions and work-councils, manages to make
just as much money from exports as the USA, despite having to rebuild from scratch, after first owing $33 billion in reparation debt after WWI and
then beeing bombed into oblivion again during WWII.
So ask me, who’s economic system is not working?
In the United States there is this crazy paradox that exists, where Fascists roam everywhere, but none “think” they are Fascist.
The sad reality is that people speaking out against Unionization and/or improved labor protections, MUST be RECOGNIZED NOW and IDENTIFIED IMMEDIATELY,
as a modern day "Squadristi" (Italian Fascist squads that would participate in strikebreaking, organizing tax strikes in socialist controlled towns
and intimidating voters at election time). Make no mistake, these modern-day "Squadrismo" are the enemy to ALL people whom oppose the tenants Fascism,
Mercantilism and Feudalism. These people CAN NOT be saved or reasoned with and to do any less than AGGRESSIVELY FIGHTING THEM, puts those whom oppose
their kind in grave danger. These kinds of people cannot and should not be given the benefit of the doubt, at this stage, because they are VERY MUCH
like those Dutch, whom “traded slaves”, but claimed they also “did not own slaves”.
Large portions of the USA populace cannot and are unwilling to be swayed at this juncture because they prefer “having the legal option to form
dynasties” based on inherited wealth and the legally ability to incrementally claim economic power over others, even though NONE of them will EVER
acquire enough wealth to take advantage of such legal situations. So, lets stop lying to ourselves, this Fascist mindset spread among the U.S.
culture, as a whole, is too deeply embedded in their psyche and is NEVER going away, EVER! Adopting sustainable economics polices and business
strategies is, quite simply, impossible for the U.S. culture and its entrenched business climate. Whats even worse, is that the above sentiment
doesn’t even begin to address the U.S. populations inability to work together and cooperate to ACCOMPLISH ANYTHING!
The overall FACT is, that the USA is now nothing more than a 2nd world, fascist stronghold. In the U.S. those that disagree with the vocal “pro
business majority”, have few choices these days. Sadly, escaping the nation, via emigration, before its too late, is one of the few choices left.
The sooner people start admitting it to themselves, the faster they can begin laying financial escape plans, so as to emigrate to REAL 1st world
nations, which the USA is not and has not been, since the mid to late 1990’s, at the latest.