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The People's Quiet Revolution nw
06 December 2017 09:18 Post ID: #1563029
Lionheart48 picks up that big business is trying to win the brexit game. Very few in the media pick up on the quiet revolution that has been gaining strength for two decades and continues at speed, and you could say had an effect on the referendum.

The reluctance for people to get up in the morning and work for someone else on shit wages vs working for themselves on shit wages on their own terms with a hope of getting along better financially without supporting big business who take advantage of them. On top of the cost of travel and ignorant businesses making employees still travel into an office.

The swing here is that business is used to the British government supplementing their staff expenditure with benefits. If people really wish to tip the balance then you need to make government support the self employed with those benefits that have previously gone to companies who line their pockets while using the government's benefits system to top up their staff's wages. There have been changes but they could be more effective. For decades the self employed were treated like shit benefits wise, advantage corporates.

It's a revolution that was actually fought against by both government and big business by enabling the importation of really cheap labour. What should happen now is business realising they only used human labour because it was cheap, instead of investing long term in technology, should and could see humans allowed to enjoy life more with more taxes beholden by corporates with a universal system of benefits from the outset. i.e. less people need to work, they could choose education, sciences or community work. They could sit in the woods playing chess for 52 years but its ideal if they still assist the community in some form.

We live in age where seventy years ago humans went to the moon and ever since have retreated from lifestyle changes that would advance a society. Mainly to lift Africa and Asia out of poverty and into western civilisation but it's a cost people in the west don't wish to pay so harshly. There's a quiet revolution in play and some don't wish it to continue.
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