Thanks for the post.
some interesting tidbits from the article:
“Back in 2007, approximately 10 percent of all unemployed Americans had been out of work for one year or longer. Today, that figure is above 30 percent.”
“Back in 1950, more than 80 percent of all men in the United States had jobs. Today, less than 65 percent of all men in the United States have jobs.”
” ... the vast majority of the jobs that are being lost are good jobs. ... 95 percent of the jobs lost during the recession were middle class jobs.”
“As labor has become a global commodity, millions upon millions of U.S. jobs have been sent overseas. Today, you are not just competing for a job with your neighbors. You are also competing with workers on the other side of the globe. Unfortunately, it is legal to pay slave labor wages in many of those countries.
By sending our jobs out of the country, big corporations can also avoid a whole host of rules, regulations, taxes and benefit payments that they would be facing if they hired American workers.”
Cultural Marxism has been very effective in promoting Marx’s advice to cheer lead “free trade free from the constraints of ethics and patriotism’.
Globalism is nothing more that global communism in a business suit, redistributing wealth from the middle class of the US to global corporations, their political useful idiots, along with a smidge for third world neo-slaves. To put it more accurately it’s fascism which allows the pretense of private ownership and an unholy alliance of government and large corporations. Central planning is achieved by regulating competition from small business out of existence.
Good point. Corporations have no national identity anymore, and neither do countries, we are fast loosing our roots, and I doubt we will recover.