The Explosion of Bullsh*t Jobs (Viral Video)

Something different.

Meaningless jobs keep everyone employed, but at the cost of real prosperity and human satisfaction.

Sixteen and a half minutes.

From the youtube information box:

David Graeber and Rutger Bregman discuss the amazing explosion of bullshit jobs, where the political and economic goal of full employment has led to the greatest and most expensive welfare system of all time.

Sample comments:

C’mon is this guy saying that Google’s VP of Diversity is unnecessary?

Useless job that provides nothing to society… Have you ever heard of hedge funds?

This explains the push to get women to choose a career over marriage. Feminism was a top down movement to enrich the 1%.

I read that 60% of peer reviewed sociology research papers have zero references to them. What I mean by zero references to them is that the majority of these “peer reviewed” studies and papers are never used as references. The university career machine is completely bloated, most of these academics are completely useless, just filling the air with random data squeezed through their ideological worldview, they’re so useless that no one bothers to read anything they write.

“In a 2013 survey of 12,000 professionals by the Harvard Business Review, half said they felt their job had no ‘meaning and significance,’ and an equal number were unable to relate to their company’s mission, while another poll among 230,000 employees in 142 countries showed that only 13% of workers actually like their job. A recent poll among Brits revealed that as many as 37% think they have a job that is utterly useless.”
https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2017/04/why-its-time-to-rethink-the-meaning-of-work/

Bonus video:

Zuckerberg Stands with “Dreamers”–More Democrat Voters for Him in 2020

As President Donald Trump said, American kids have dreams too. Why should the dreams of foreigners come before the dreams of Mexicans, Haitians, Central Americans, etc.

Microchip has laid out the future if Trump ends DACA. We win bigly as the Antifa hit the streets and show the true colors of the left again. That breeds more disgust with Paul Ryan, the Democrats, George Soros, and the big companies, like Facebook, that support the so-called Dreamers.

The frame is “They hate our children.” If I had Facebook: “Mark Zuckerberg, why do you hate my children? What have my children ever done to you? My children have dreams too, and you want to destroy them. What’s wrong with you.”

Send the same message to Paul Ryan, et. al.

Idle Hands: Which Race Spends the Most Time at Work NOT Working (Graph)

Pancho and Jose must take zee siesta.

The graph gives us some clues as to why Mexico is a turd world s***hole. The Mexicans are too busy socializing to get their work done. You won’t find many of them in coding and programming because there you have to produce output that is easy to measure as accurate lines of code that work within a program.

Serena Williams calls for equal pay for black women in passionate personal essay

Nog females are worth less in the free market than white males and females.

You can knock me over with a feather.

And a nog female is complaining.

Knock me over with a feather again.

Excerpt from The Guardian

Serena Williams has issued a stirring call for black women to demand equal pay using a personal essay to highlight the financial disparity they suffer.

In the essay published by Fortune, Williams says that for every dollar earned by men in the United States, black women earn just 63 cents.

The 23-times grand slam winner writes that black women have to work eight months longer to earn the same as their male counterparts do in one year, and that black women earn 17% less than their white female counterparts.

She draws on her own experiences to highlight unfair treatment black women are subject to in the workplace. “I’ve been disrespected by my male colleagues and – in the most painful times – I’ve been the subject of racist remarks on and off the tennis court,” she wrote.

Williams has repeatedly been the target of sexist and racist remarks by men in tennis. In 2016 the Indian Wells CEO Raymond Moore said women’s tennis was riding on the coat-tails of the men’s tour and that female players should “thank god” for Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. In April the Romanian team captain Ilie Nastase made an apparently racist comment about Williams’s unborn baby and was heard calling her and Joanna Konta “fucking bitches”. Most recently, former champion John McEnroe said Williams would “be, like, 700 in the world” if she played on the men’s tour.

“Luckily I am blessed with an inner drive and a support system of family and friends that encourage me to move forward. But these injustices still hurt,” Williams writes.

Actually, if Nigger women didn’t have so many government jobs, their pay would be half or less than that of white men. The government overpays them. Whatever so-called pay gap there is doesn’t arise because of their skin color, but because of their lower productivity on the job, which is due to a variety of factors, including lower IQ.

Economics Professor “Deirdre” McCloskey Writes A Diversion Away from Truth at Libertarian Reason Site

DONALD MCCLOSKEY BECAME DEIRDRE MCCLOSKY SOME DECADES AGO.

Deirdre McCloskey no longer has her dick.

Wikipedia

Deirdre Nansen McCloskey (born September 11, 1942),[1] formerly known as Donald N. McCloskey, is the Distinguished Professor of Economics, History, English, and Communication at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC). She is also adjunct professor of Philosophy and Classics there, and for five years was a visiting Professor of philosophy at Erasmus University, Rotterdam. Since October 2007 she has received six honorary doctorates.[2] In 2013, she received the Julian L. Simon Memorial Award from the Competitive Enterprise Institute for her work examining factors in history that led to advancement in human achievement and prosperity.[3] Her main research interests include the origins of the modern world, the misuse of statistical significance in economics and other sciences, and the study of capitalism, among many others.

I’m not going to comment on gender fluidity, women with penises, or even on how highly honored economics professors get things wrong all the time.

Instead, let’s get the flavor of Dr. McCloskey’s argument and then fire back with some common sense. In this excerpt she focuses on the auto industry.

Excerpt from McCloskey writing at Reason

The Myth of Technological Unemployment

Otherwise sensible folk are, for some reason, terrified by robots. Yet the results of automation are good overall. Workers move from wretched assembly-line jobs to better ones standing in white coats monitoring the robots, at the higher wages made possible by the higher tech. Or, even better, they move to jobs outside the auto industry, earning pay that goes further because people can buy the radically cheaper stuff the robots now make.

If their new jobs are not higher paying, it’s probably because the auto union managed to extract monopoly profits from the company, and therefore from consumers. Robert Reich, a reliable source of sweetly leftish errors of facts and ethics, declares that “the decline in unionization [of private companies] directly correlates with the decline of the portion of income going to the middle class.” But paying selected workers on the assembly line more than they can earn elsewhere, at the expense of other, sometimes poorer, workers’ ability to buy cars, is hardly an ethical formula for raising up the working class.

When a Ford plant installed robots, Walter Reuther, a long-ago president of the United Auto Workers union, is said to have asked a manager: “How are you going to get them to buy Fords?” But Reuther’s argument is fallacious. Employees of car companies are a trivial share of the car-buying public. You can’t create prosperity merely by having workers purchase from their own employers.

Reich has accused the following things of driving down American wages: “Automation, followed by computers, software, robotics, computer-controlled machine tools and widespread digitization.” But such innovations have actually raised real wages, correctly measured, because a human supplied with a better tool can produce more outputs. And the point of an economy is production for consumption, not protection of existing jobs.

Consider the historical record: If the nightmare of technological unemployment were true, it would already have happened, repeatedly and massively. In 1800, four out of five Americans worked on farms. Now one in 50 do, but the advent of mechanical harvesting and hybrid corn did not disemploy the other 78 percent.

In 1910, one out of 20 of the American workforce was on the railways. In the late 1940s, 350,000 manual telephone operators worked for AT&T alone. In the 1950s, elevator operators by the hundreds of thousands lost their jobs to passengers pushing buttons. Typists have vanished from offices. But if blacksmiths unemployed by cars or TV repairmen unemployed by printed circuits never got another job, unemployment would not be 5 percent, or 10 percent in a bad year. It would be 50 percent and climbing.

No, Professor, after a great deal of personal anguish, “displaced workers” go to work as assistant managers at Burger King. If. they. are. lucky.

In my experience in academia most (not all) professors who rise up to national prominence are Jew stooges. McCloskey, identified with Milton Friedman’s Chicago School of Economics, is a smart guy … uh … lady. But a lot of his work, if not all of it, is designed to divert attention away from the (((tribe))) pushing the levers behind the curtain.

If you want truth in economics, regular readers know that I go to Dr. Paul Craig Roberts, who observes that the American economy only produces low wage jobs. Unemployment may be low by official measures, but in reality because of dropouts in the labor force, it’s much higher than publicized.

When I first discovered Dr. Roberts, I stayed up all night reading every article archived on his site (see blogroll). I won’t be doing the same for McCloskey because he’s not willing to say anything truthful about race, white genocide, immigration, or the gutting of the white middle class. Dr. Roberts (and Pat Buchanan) are two “respectable” thought leaders willing to tell the truth, or at least a large part of it.

I conclude, sadly on my part, that Deirdre is a Jew stooge.

You and Your Work (1948 Color Social Guidance Film)

Less than 11 minutes. A young white man has a serious attitude problem. The wisdom exhibited by the guidance counselor in this film has been lost today. Watch and rediscover wisdom.

Uploaded on Jan 20, 2011

Young Frank Taylor loathes working at a shoe store, but discovers that he is doomed to hate any job unless he changes his attitude. After a motivational lecture by his high school guidance counselor, Frank looks forward to working the rest of his life selling shoes.

There’s a happy ending to this story!

Rothschild Puppet World Leaders Vow to Stick by Paris Accords without U.S.

FRANCE’S EMMANUEL MACRON TROLLING TRUMP:

LOOK AT MACRON AND MERKEL FLASH THE ILLUMINATI HAND SIGNAL.

Bloomberg

Global leaders vowed to press ahead with the Paris climate accord after Donald Trump pulled the world’s biggest economy out of the pact, and Europe’s heavy hitters rebuffed the American president’s suggestion that it could be renegotiated.

Trump said he’ll seek a better deal because the 2015 agreement isn’t fair to the U.S., which will now join Syria and Nicaragua as the only nations not participating in it. Meanwhile, from China to Chile, leaders doubled down on their Paris commitments rather than follow in Trump’s footsteps — widening a gulf between America and the rest of the world already on display at the Group of Seven’s weekend meetings.

Germany, France and Italy said they regret Trump’s withdrawal from the accord and won’t be part of his effort to change it. “We firmly believe that the Paris Agreement cannot be renegotiated, since it is a vital instrument for our planet, societies and economies,” the three governments said in a joint statement. French President Emmanuel Macron said in a televised address that “the U.S. has turned its back on the world,” and called on American climate researchers and engineers to come and work in France. “Make our planet great again,” Macron said.

It took 21 meetings among 190-odd nations to finally reach the global deal. Participants agreed to set numerical goals to limit their carbon emissions, though adherence is voluntary and there are no sanctions for failure. The aim is to rein in warming levels since industrialization to less than 2 degrees Celsius (3.6 degrees Fahrenheit).

So, the Europeans say NO to renegotiation? Trump may be playing 8D chess again. He probably doesn’t want to renegotiate anyway, preferring to focus on American jobs and factories.

Anyone remember how Obama touted solar energy and how the businesses that he financed worked out? Solyndra filed for bankruptcy in 2011.

Down with Yoga Pants offered this insight into the reality of the banking conspiracy behind the global warming scam.

You need to look beyond the EU governments to the Red Shield bankers that control both sides of the Atlantic. Then the light will come on. And quite in fact we do literally “work for” the Red Shield banks whether most people know that or not is inconsequential to the reality.

If you view governments as mere “collection agents” for the Red Shield private central banks your understanding will take yet another quantum jump upward. Governments are the taxation aka collection arm for the Red Shield banks to skim their interest take off of the money loaned to the governent.

Is it not rich that the government gets to spend the money and we plebes pay the interest and principle. What governments do with the money for the most part is of entertainment value only. Very expensive entertainment. Which of course fits with the idea that politics is show business for ugly people.

May the scales fall from your eyes.

This anology of government as the strong arm collection agency for the bankers resonates in my mind.

Cheap Bastard had this to say at the same source.

Trump knows the EU is a lost cause with misfits leading them into disaster. Of course, the leaders there don;t care if their people get screwed since they will fly away to their luxurious (well-guarded) fortress somewhere in NZ.

Even the Brexit supportes in the UK know Europe is sinking under its own corruption and rapefugee influx. When the Brits close off that Chunnel for security purposes, I will howl loudly!

Winning! European nations just got cut off from American funding of their pet projects. And every African dictator, all of whom signed on in Paris, is going to have to live with a few million less in stolen money, received after the bankers have skimmed off their share.