Originally posted by Evolutionsend
reply to post by Jean Paul Zodeaux
You do not think free education provided by united states corporations to the citizens of India in New Delhi have anything to do with it?
I think the "free education" (read: indoctrination program) provided by each of the states within the United States to its own People has everything
to do with it. I think from the 1st grade on children are trained how to function under corporatism. Children are lied to and told that this
corporatism is a "free market system", and they are taught that they are free because tyrants permit it, and in their grand magnanimosity, they gave
us all "civil rights", and the children are all taught to genuflect and bow to the sacred cow of "civil rights", and whisper prayers of gratitude
to the saints of "civil rights", like Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Martin Luther King.
I think long before "outsourcing", the silent American lambs were content to mindlessly graze upon the propaganda they were fed, and at the end of
their college career, and upon receipt of credentials, demand to be treated as wise, so it is difficult for them to see their foolishness now.
I criticize the American People's willingness to sacrifice the American Dream of being the man in exchange for security and the only price was
working for the man. I criticize this sacrifice, and you ask if I don't think your precious job might still be your precious jobs if it weren't for
them thar Indians?
You don't think that at least some of the American People could, instead of whining about no jobs, take advantage of them thar Indians over there in
that strange land who seem so willing to work for so damn cheap and start their own damn businesses using the cheap labor of them thar Indians?
Sure, go ahead and lecture me about how not everyone wants to, or can, start their own business, but just because some do not want to, or cannot,
doesn't mean that an entire educational system should be designed solely to train People to be employees, nor does it mean that the "laborer" gets
to impose a whole ridiculous set of rules and regulations on business to "protect" the "laborer".
Just as no one is forcing you to go into business for yourself, no one is forcing you to be an employee either, and whatever struggles you may, or may
not be going through, it really has nothing at all to do with them thar Indians.