Breaking the Chains of Debt Peonage

” … Walmart’s 1 million workers, like most of the 30 million low-wage workers, are making less per hour, adjusted for inflation, than workers made in 1968, although these Walmart workers do the work required of two Walmart workers 40 years ago.”

Breaking the Chains of Debt Peonage.

Today’s employers are pimps, living large via oppressing those who make them exponentially wealthier by the millisecond.

These corporations aren’t predators; they’re parasites … they pay little or no taxes and successfully lobby for unnecessary subsidy after subsidy at every level of government.

Shame on our gutless, witless, sold-out legislative, executive and judicial branches of government for continually kissing parasitic corporate pimp ass.

About Susan Chandler

Now-disabled interior/exterior designer dragged into battling conviction corruption from its periphery in a third personal battle with civil public corruption.
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