Re: [evil-psych] Chomsky: 'Right To Work' more correctly 'right to be exploited'
- There is no such thing as “right to work”. Unless a person works for himself, of course.Right to work forces business owners to hire workers against their will. So, if there is a right to work, it has to be accompanied by a right not to employ, to make things more balanced and just.Anyway, where such stupid ideas as “right to work” come from??The only right we have is to live and to die and to pursue our happiness without hurting others in a process.Anna
- CHOMSKY: 'RIGHT TO WORK' MORE CORRECTLY 'RIGHT TO BE EXPLOITED' -
- Liberty Underground News reports:
- The ruling Forces of Greed (FOG) have successfully passed a bill in Michigan to make the state a right to work state,even as masses of working class people were pepper sprayed by police for protesting the bill. The euphemism right to work has been more correctly identified as âthe right to be exploitedâ by Noam Chomsky.
- It is particularly distressing to see this happen in Michigan, where working class protesters died and were injured standing up to goons hired by the ruling FOG, in order to create strong unions such as the United Auto Workers.
- Right to work laws allow workers to opt out of unions, thereby destroying solidarity, the only power unions have. Those workers who opt out enjoy the benefits of union membership without paying the dues, eventually causing the union to become a disunion, too weak to stand up to the ruling FOG, the transnational investors and transnational corporations that don't give a damn about this country or its people other than what they can steal after shipping out our jobs, polluting our environment, and bribing our elections for control.
-- Albert Einstein
- At 08:20 AM 12/17/2012, Edgar Owen wrote:
>Don, Fred, et al,"Won't" be paid. The average worker's income has only gone down the
>One of the biggest problems with all the unions, public and
>corporate, is that companies were forced to promise them wildly
>bloated pensions that could never have been paid. That was fine so
>long as those pensions were just future promises, but they are now
>coming due and breaking the backs of everyone...
>Just one of many types of hot air future moneys that simply can't be paid....
last half century. When so many
of these people got their jobs and contracts, who would have thought
that promises would be broken,
jobs sent overseas, income siphoned upstairs.
The system is immoral - the workers have been tricked and stolen from.
Who would have thought that all the corporate promises were just lies?
Few people are capable of expressing with equanimity opinions which
differ from the prejudices of their social environment. Most people
are even incapable of forming such opinions.
-- Albert Einstein