Monday, 5 September 2016

Dream of a free market.

It strikes me how much my life now revolves around certain political ideas. I don't even like picking up a book anymore because I feel the things I am reading are not really going to help me, while reading zerohedge probably will.

Anyway, at the moment I am waiting for two pieces of information:

One, in a while, a week or so, David Wilcocks new book the Ascension Mysteries will be released!

Two: Tomorrow, Benjamin Fulfords going to release what has really been happening at the G-20.

Benjamin Fulford: Notice to readers: This weeks Weekly Geopolitical News and Analysis will appear on Tuesday, September 6th, 2016.

Also, a point on what Benjamin Fulford has been saying is this:
For the past few weeks the wheels of geopolitics have been churning the mud during a summer “ceasefire.” That is now ending
Which is disturbing, because it means the reason the terror attacks stopped was not because the cabal had been outdone and outsmarted, but because all of these people in this weird hybrid war were taking a bit of a summer break, to go golfing or whatever it is they do.

No wonder things have been feeling so stagnant!

This G-20 thing is the next big thing though!

Free market:

Let us say that you have a company where things are basically going alright. But, there is underlying moral weakness at this company.

It is retaining staff, sales are not good though and people are not amazingly happy.

Then, it promotes a person into management who's style of management both when dealing with people and when dealing with other technicalities are not very good.

This person starts up so much conflict there is an exodus of staff. There is more conflict than normal in the store.

The main management like this person however, because bullies can often be very charming. There is a personal connection, this member of lower management has disproportional influence over upper management. Including perhaps hiring?

Due to this member of lower management the store starts failing health and safety checks, and customers start complaining when it is busy, in a way they do not get upset when it is another member of management in control when it is busy.

Upper management can make sure any exit interviews or communication from staff do not reflect the realities of the store.

Under free market

Of course, many of us have worked in a situation like this at some time or another. The situation exists because the store can easily ignore the complaints of its team members.

Under a free market however, there would be too much competition. People that wanted to leave would leave more quickly. Competitive ideas would not be destroyed by the corporatist EU laws. But would be allowed to thrive and people with more investment and love for their product and company would not hire based on their emotional preference and warmth. But would hire based on effectiveness.

But that's just a pipe dream.

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