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Originally posted by Raist
I would like to let people know that there is a company in Missouri that is hiring, the company I work at is as well as others. We work 12 hour swing shifts which has you working every other weekend. The pay is fair (not great), we have benefits. We need people willing to learn and work hard. I for one am tired of seeing some of these new hires that think they should have everything handed to them and that they should not have to work. We have people who management keeps around because we need bodies.
There are factories hiring in the U.S., I would love to see the open spots filled with people willing to do the job. Sure the hours can suck and it is factory work, but it is a job. I feel lucky to have this job since it helps to feed my family. The company is looking at expanding over the next 5 years.
The situation could go on unchecked for a long time, before things got so bad that a spontaneous revolution and overthrow of the system took place. In fact, as this was the reason for social change, it was clear that no single class of people could remain dominant indefinitely. Social power was destined to pass from one class to next in the prescribed order, or cycle. The 'age of warriors', which brings strict order to society and a return to fundamental values, essentially leads to excessive focus on strong man rule and warfare.
Progressive Utilization Theory or PROUT is a socio-economic theory first mentioned in 1959 and fully outlined in 1962 by Indian philosopher and spiritual leader Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar (1921–1990). PROUT is a social system that claims to overcome the limitations of both capitalism and communism. Among other things, "progressive utilization" would optimize the use of natural, industrial and human resources, based on cooperative coordination on a wide basis, ranging from local communities to larger regions and nations, and between the people of diverse geographical areas.
reply to post by Honor93
while i agree, it's hard to believe, it does happen. and, ya know what's even worse? some of these folks don't pay taxes, don't contribute to American charities and don't even help their fellow street ppl ... how's that grab ya?
Originally posted by jjkenobi
Why are these people eating rats? Why aren't they collecting food stamps and welfare and unemployment and section 8 housing free cell phone service mega tax credits (child tax credits, EIC) TANF Medicaid, too many to list.
List of US Government Funding programs