The Chain Gang, does this remind you of anything? A punishment for violating the punishment. Coming out of these kind of times, who in their right mind would want one of your low-life jobs?
Equal employment, equal opportunity... do you believe this bullshit? All because of a man and his family of color. When we were a family what happened?
We did all the cane grinding, farming, road building, track laying, construction, farming, we were their technology... and today we ain't even entitled to a piece of bread.
I'm just doing my job, we have policies and procedures, the right protocol, you ain't qualified, even though we'd done all the previous work and we all knew what they were doing were WRONG and you would be arrested for "violations of the violations"....God Damn!!!
Whose land is this? Who own's every fucking thing? To what people must you go for jobs? Who provides your food and everything else? Why shouldn't a black ever have to go to a white for a job? All this tells you whose property you are and as long as you're on his land, the law applies no matter how much shit you accumulate or good things you do? It's all a fucking trick, a lie, just like Santa. Hiding your feelings to accommodate theirs.
There's a thing called healthy jobs and there's a thing called low-life jobs. Why do our low-life jobs far exceed our healthy jobs? There's somebody who wants to make a slave out of you. A low-life job is a job where the employer is always too busy for you, but you can never be too busy for them. A place where hard work and perseverance beats going to jail or being hurt. The idea being to cause you to believe you're going to beat the sorry life-style these low-life people have already laid out for you. The work hard dream big theory.
Have you ever seen a society in which its citizens are born in debt, astronomical costs of having a baby? Our society don't owe you shit and could give a shit less, but you owe it everything, to be a good loyal worker, pay taxes for shit you can't even use, education, utilities... and you owe all this whether you use it or not because you cannot live in our society without...damn. In other words, you don't have a choice, other than to be a "jobless beggar".
It ain't no surprise but we act like it is! Under the conditions in which we Americans are employed, our jobs are deplorable and increasingly so and that is what anybody who has ever worked in America knows and that is why our jobs are diminishing.
Why has the fact that our society is changing in profound ways made it harder for a hardworking family to pull itself out of poverty, harder for young people to start on their careers, and tougher for workers to retire when they want to? And although none of these trends are unique to America, they offend our uniquely American belief that everybody who works hard "should" get a fair shot.???
Years of record corporate profits and big banks or big oil or hedge funds making their own rules at the expense of hardworking Americans, how is this going to lead to any kind of bright future?
We talk about sweat shops the world over and how the rich take advantage of the poor but overlook the fact, that the same damned things are happening here in America and even worse, we're intimidated about doing something about it. Just like all the abuse going on even in our federal government.
Even people who have what we call healthy jobs lie to cover the violence and abuse used to achieve the desired results of having these jobs. Corporate America, could give a shit less and about you and this country, they just want to prove they have the power to do what they want, which includes dominating your ass, nothing more or less.
Unlawful trespassing and robbery, how can you have a healthy job when none of the jobs started out that way and they never changed?
"to imitate the hatred and violence of tyrants and murderers is the best way to take their place." to whom are we speaking? What happened to that "old time religion" is the same damn thing that happened to our jobs! The days of the ideology of employers caring about the total welfare of their employees are no longer a core value in corporate America, yet they still want a greater sense of respect from employees.
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