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Re: [News] [Rival] Microsoft Participates in Child Slavery, Worker Treated "Like Prisoners"

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____/ GreyCloud on Saturday 17 Apr 2010 03:45 : \____

> Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>>>> http://techdailydose.nationaljournal.com/2010/03/lawmaker-blasts-microsoft.php
>>>> Microsoft's Suport of Chinese Censorship: Smart Business, Poor Morals
>>>> http://www.dailytech.com/Microsofts+Suport+of+Chinese+Censorship+Smart+Business+Poor+Morals/article17966.htm
>>> Actually, not much is made in the US anymore.  Anything you buy here
>>> you'll find a tag that says made in China... a lot of products have that
>>> tag now.
>> They let the national debt grow. How long before China cuts the middleman
>> ("knowledge worker") from the West?
> The debt grew out of fraud and greed.  The whitewashed gov. books claim
> around $14trillion... but in reality it has exceeded $27trillion.
> No way can that amount be paid off in tax collections.

Do you have a link supporting such a figure? One notable figure has
been crowing about 50+ trillion, but the way he calculates it makes
it wishful thinking.

Then there's the religious fringe craving for financial apocalypse/Armageddon...

> The middleman has just about been cut out of the loop.  Our economy is
> service based now.  Soon that will dwindle when more and more people
> become unemployed.  Unemployed people don't buy anything.

They can produce for self-sustainable, but society grew to depend on fossil fuel-
based/dependent agriculture.

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