posted on Aug, 13 2009 @ 12:53 PM
Originally posted by Thebudweiserstuntman
reply to post by detachedindividual
Not everyone can be a boss. Don't you think that these people (boses) have earned their right to a large salary, being repsonsible for hundreds of
workers and bringing in work?
Just because they do their work with a pen and not their hands doesn't make their job less worthwhile.
A job's only paid what its worht, otherwise we'd all be millionaires.
If these people don't like their pay, go get another job instead of holding a company to ransom, especially in a recession.
So the bankers taking home millions in pensions after sinking a bank and having to depend on government hand outs, they were doing their jobs properly
and deserved all that?
How about the bonuses paid by the banks to their senior staff, even after claiming billions from the public "to safeguard the business", the
business that their bad decisions ruined.
As I said, Education is the key here. If education were free and fair, equal and thorough, there wouldn't be a problem. But it isn't.
There is no justification, in my mind, for one man to be paid obscene amounts of money for sitting at a desk and making a few decisions. Especially
not at the expense of the people who actually work for them.
They wouldn't have that business if it were not for the hundreds, or thousands, of people on the ground who actually make something or supply the
service. Where would that business be then? They would just be a guy behind a desk with a few meaningless certificates on their wall.
And no, we wouldn't all be millionaires, because there isn't enough to go around. There would be fewer billionaires, controlling markets and using
their wealth to further enslave the planet. There would be fewer corporations wielding so much power that they can change laws and affect
And I would be very happy with that.
Has the arrogance of the banking elite recently already been forgotten?
Edited for schpelling!
[edit on 13-8-2009 by detachedindividual]