Originally posted by infiniteclarity
How can any of this be a surprise................!?
Because people don't learn from history.
I was going to rip you for posting a cartoon, but I thought better of
This is what people need to see if they want to educate themselves on the reality of what's going on. You can't change the game, or win, if you don't
know the rules. And you can't put your head in the sand either and expect it not to impact you. And you certainly can't expect Spock to tell you.
You either play this game or this game plays you.
Here's a real life example. True story.
There's a company here in America, a rather large one, who pays their employees at their distribution centers a decent base wage. Every week employees
can earn a bonus based on their performance. They track your performance via the scanners you use to scan the product into the warehouse. Simply put,
the more you scan the more you earn. without going into detail here, they take time management to a whole new level.
This system is like many others in that there are ways to tell the system you're doing more then what you are. One employee figured that out and used
that "shortcut" for many years. For years on end he was earning bonuses that equaled an extra paycheck because he "told" the system that he was doing
a certain amount of work. After being employed there for a short time and learning how everything worked, I came to the realization that what he was
telling the system he was doing, was physically impossible. Superman couldn't have done it.
I'm not going to say how here, but when this happens, and he wasn't the only employee who did it, that takes money out of the pockets of other
employees via the profit sharing program. Long story short, Someone sent an e-mail to corporate detailing what he did and busted him because he was
ultimately taking money out of the profit sharing till, putting it in his pocket and out of 'someone' else's. In essence, he was taking their money.
You don't do that and get away with it forever.
This is, ultimately, what the Federal Reserve is doing. They're playing a shell game with dollar signs....constantly shifting things around to keep
the ledgers looking healthy so the whole house of cards don't collapse.........and putting more money in their pockets at the same time. And just like
with that company, computer based inventory and financial programs don't see the reality of the situation if they're not programmed to. And most
aren't. The reality is that the most you can do on the computer is prop things up. You can make things look better then what they really are. The real
work comes from offline and it should be clear to everyone that these two "systems" aren't working in sync. How can they be when you're telling the
system you're doing something that is monetarily impossible and the system doesn't realize it? It's because the computer systems aren't designed to
recognize physical capabilities. Not in this regard. They're out of touch with reality by design. You want to get to the bottom of all this? Find out
who designs those programs.
There are people who get that, and GOD do I love them for that. They've gotten it for years and they play it to their advantage. The problem is, some
of the one's who get it and use it, don't use it for positive purposes. And you can bet your bottom dollar they aren't going to tell anyone what
they're doing. You have to figure it out for yourself. That's why I posted that link. That's why that employee got busted. People like me don't like
to see people taking advantage of others, so we figure out what we can and shine a light on it. If they have a problem with it, too bad. Come see me.
Or they can take it to their boss's boss because they damn well people like me will. The same type who was went to because it was known they would do
something about it because they
were getting ripped off too. There is strength in numbers if you crunch them right.
You want to solve the economic problems TPTB are producing? Learn the game, the players and play them all like a piano for the good of it all. If
people like me can do it, anyone can. And yes, I am a part of a management team within the U.S. and, yes, I get along with my peers just fine. We all
agree on one thing: Everything in this country needs to go back to being performance based.....not what's put on a computer screen.
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