and pay attention to what the real bosses are saying. This quote was taken from a slide show on a business site:
It's going to be difficult to significantly reduce unemployment without a softening of wages. You are going to have a real reduction in real average wages in order to reduce unemployment substancially.
So there it is, the capitalist solution. Employed or not employed, all must
Originally Posted by Monthly Review
We are 47 people from 22 organizations in 18 countries (Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Rwanda, Angola, Uganda, Tanzania, Kenya, Zambia, South Africa, Central African Republic, Brazil, Mexico, Indonesia, Portugal, USA, France, and Germany). We are farmers and staff representing member organizations of La Via Campesina, along with allies from other farmer organizations and networks, NGOs, academics, researchers, interpreters and others. We have been meeting at the Shashe
Originally Posted by The Guardian
Originally Posted by blindpig
Capitalism breeds disaster
This year was ushered in by a series of devastating floods: in Queensland, Australia, covering an area greater than France and Germany combined, in Sri Lanka and in the Philippines. There has been further flooding in the Australian state of Victoria, with Cyclone Yasi battering Queensland, and a murderous mudslide in Brazil.
These follow on from the huge number of disasters in 2010:
starting with the earthquake in Haiti on