800,000 "Non-Essential" Employees?
By Anna Von Reitz
If they are "non-essential" why are we paying for their services?
If we don't need them....what are they doing on our payroll?
Also bear in mind that we have the better part of a million "non-essential" employees on our payroll at the same time that those responsible for this situation are poor-mouthing about their "National Debt"?
Well, if they have an insurmountable National Debt and 800,000 employees we don't really need, the answer to the problem seems obvious enough to me as an Employer.
First, make the Pink Slips permanent.
Second, deport the two million or so Bar Attorneys, confiscate their ill-gotten assets, give their homes and retirement accounts to the 800,000 unemployed federal workers, use the rest of the gross largess to pay down the "National Debt" and everyone (except the Bar Attorneys) will go home happy.
Talking about humanitarian crisis and borders and forced immigration --- what will the Lord Mayor and the Queen do with two million or so unemployed British Merchant Marine Shipping Clerks when they all come home to roost?
You think Europe has trouble with Muslims? And we have trouble with Mexicans and Hondurans? Just think about two million angry disinherited lawyers hitting the streets and unemployment lines in London?
Makes me smile.
Tune in tomorrow for "As the World Turns (and I Vomit)".
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