When I got to the Henry Ford example I knew we were confronted with absolute stinking bull****. Ford created the company store. His employees lived in his housing, brought from his stores, bought his vehicles. Any wages he paid them returned right to him. In fact he's the reason we're running vehicles on gasoline. The original diesels ran on peanut oil. Ford happenned to own a lot of oil stock. Got so his employees even bought gasoline from him.
He refined and locked in modern economic slavery.
So let's slow this down.I'd like to see more middle class, not necessarily less wealthy people.
Who or what gives you the right to enforce this desire on other people? Remember you first demonized them calling them the Devil. Then claim they don't put employees first, and take a "screw them all" attitude. You are attacking, personally, a wide range of people Do you really yet have the ethical floor to discuss this rationally? Until you recant your earlier hellfire and brimstone, I do not see how you can be serious.
These "Devil's you insult are the ones actually putting employees first most likely. How many employees have you put first?
Didn't Jesus call Judas the money lover, a devil? By biblical estimation, isn't every sinner a devil at some point?
You took it too literally, my friend.
Einstein, "science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind."
Next time you want to insult an entire group of people, just specifically personally attack me instead. It would be more...ethical. And if that makes you uncomfortable, considering holding your insults and rash generalizations in check, in favor of reasoned discourse.You took it too literally, my friend.