there are two people who don’t like to talk about politics.
1) people who have it too good. they’ve had an easy cushy life. they’ve never been wronged, or mistreated.
2) people who have opinions but are afraid of the consequences of showing them.
We need more discussion, because a lot of people have been hurt.
edit: to be honest, I respect someone more who disagrees with me than
someone who gets offended by the fact that I had a political opinion in
the first place.
Any company that outsources its IT to Indian vendors or uses recruiters is full of numerous red flags. If they had a good operation going they wouldn’t need a middle man. Why doesn’t anyone want to work for them? Why do they think they’re too good for every candidate, even exceptionally bright and capable people, but think a recruiter can bring them prince charming?
When you think about it, Osama Bin Laden isn’t much different from our corporate leaders. What they have in common is that they both think corporations are more important than people. one in a negative sense, one in a positive sense.
disrespect showed to technical people in America is off the charts.
It’s common modus operandi to be given a job in another county and then
be laid off a few months later with no notice, being told the whole time
that it was long term. This is before and during Trump.
nothing to do with behavior or performance and only employers being con
artists and assholes who resent your political insight off the job.
Our problem, in American society right now, is that labor has unilaterally disarmed. The working class has wrongly believed that “good will” and “fair play” created the middle class in America. That’s not true, what created the middle class in America was the political penalty for destroying it. As soon as we stopped acting as a group and started being just separated individuals looking to get a paycheck, corporate america took advantage and destroyed our careers. The only non-violent path to retribution against monopolized corporate america is unionization and labor organization. You can’t fight back against corporations as an individual – they’ll easily just blow you off. You can only do it by mass organization.
Happy Labor Day.
Here’s what I don’t get. Someone like Trump and even more, Johnson, can make racialist statements and statements about Jewish influence and become president and prime minister. But little woke corporations are scared shitless of white employees having any political views at all.
My point is that the actual threat of some politically incorrect statement that someone may or may not have said that you think you can dig up is not much of a threat. You’re just choosing to be corporate dictator, if you are, because you’re an asshole.