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Man this world is a scary place. The rich are busy buying yachts and unnecessary material possessions while the poor are struggling to pay rent. What kind of fucking society are we living in? Income inequality is absolutely unacceptable.

Can someone tell me what's the point of life if 75% of it is spent doing something you hate? I rather be a homeless hitchhiker any day.


It's for the other 25% of it



Hahahaha that's not a life worth living. In my opinion


Well good luck figuring something out that's workable.
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How much longer before they start ordering those suicide nets from China? -.-
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The reason so many companies closed their factories in the U.S. and opened them overseas IS exactly for the reason you stated. So, rather than stay in the U.S. and provide reasonable and safe work environments, they chose to close shop here, and opened factories in countries where they COULD GET AWAY WITH THAT KIND OF THING.

This is also why those small and medium sized businesses that can't move overseas, have been hiring illegals IN THE U.S., they know they can get away with it. Our labor laws have protected us from exploitative employers, but then those exploitative employers took the jobs from us and took them overseas. Now they exploit the workers in foreign countries and sell their manufactured goods to us, here in the U.S. at inflated prices...

If Japan made laws to better protect their people from such exploitation, the people would be better off - for awhile. However, over time, they too would see their jobs getting exported off Japanese shores. We can't win....


We can win, but it requires a more complicated, coordinated labour movement than has ever previously existed. Where previously "Workers of the world, unite!" has been a hollow slogan of dictatorships intent on claiming power in the name of this very goal the time has come where we no longer have the luxury of screwing around. Nothing less than international trade unionism at the global scale is necessary in a global economy in my estimation.




As long as it's not tied to Socialism or Communism or some other weird kind of new World Order, then I'd seriously look into a world wide labor movement.
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KurdishSenpai wrote:


nanikore2 wrote:


KurdishSenpai wrote:

Man this world is a scary place. The rich are busy buying yachts and unnecessary material possessions while the poor are struggling to pay rent. What kind of fucking society are we living in? Income inequality is absolutely unacceptable.

Can someone tell me what's the point of life if 75% of it is spent doing something you hate? I rather be a homeless hitchhiker any day.


It's for the other 25% of it



Hahahaha that's not a life worth living. In my opinion




75% toiling, and 25% sleeping, eating, bathing, doing house chores....

No... That's no life.
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