instead of blaming all these big financiers and corporations , who obviously generate wealth , & that is the aim of all organisations is it not ?
so if it makes money, then it's just dandy and ducky in your books eh?
well then genius why is it you're so opposed to foreigners trying to make money in britain if you're not opposed to british co's making money in foreign lands?
after all your criteria in the point of an organization doesn't include anything about doing what's "right" and/or "fair." So why is it that you hold immigrants to a higher standard than what you would hold any british corporation?
Moreover, if the point is to make money then surely it is fine to higher the cheapest possible labour, legally or not, because it generates wealth right? because, as you stated, that's the point of business, simply to generate wealth.
I'll reiterate (say again
:) my question, why should individuals not have the same freedom to generate personal wealth as your beloved global corps?
- I wouldn't mind all my people to be back in my country, instead of vegetating in yours, where scum like you can abuse them with utter impunity.
I dunno mate read this quote i took from him, does this sound like scum to you?
The only people who benefit from this large-scale economic migration are unscrupulous employers who pay Scrooge wages to workers who are prepared to tolerate poor pay and squalid, overcrowded or unsuitable conditions, so that they can either accrue meagre savings or send sterling abroad to their families.
It sounds like he has a pretty good grasp of the situation to me.
We should boot them out, close our borders and re-establish a fairer Britain for the hard-pressed British now!
And i encourage you to do so, but i also encourage you to advocate that British interests leave voluntarily or are booted out of any and every country where they are exploiting the human and natural resources, as the native taxpayers in those countries will never recoup their losses either.
Now, what the net result of such a deportation would be in Poland, i can only guess, but i sure as hell hope that it would be protests and riots until wages and salaries were more commensurate with corporate profit.
What exists at present is a continual westward migration of poorer workers from anywhere east of what's west. If there is to be a labour shortage in Poland or Russia, i'm placing bets that it will be filled by nonpoles as big co's are always looking to hire the cheapest they can. Even if immigrants were booted out, you'd have to ensure that a mass production flee didn't happen via outsourcing. I really feel that big business objectives have a stranglehold on government and that's the source of much of society's frustration.