Tuesday, 27 April 2010
Lord Digby Jones is one of the guys who has precided over the greed ridden bankrupt society we have here in the UK. On a recent BBC Panorama documentary he spoke to two young unemployed people and told them that if he had his way they'd effectively starve if they didn't find work. The two guys in question had found finding a job extremely difficult but when they did find work the employers kept them for a short time and then laid them off. This kind of thing goes on all the time and many people effectively lose confidence in themselves and any trust in employers. This sends them into a spiral of unemployment that they find hard to get out off.
When they go to the job centre there are very few jobs and very few programmes to help them back to work.
Just walk into one of these places. There is no real engagement with your situation, no creative ideas, no proactive efforts to resolve your problems and no consistent, sincere support by employers to offer sustainable employment to the unemployed.
So in the 21st century the supposed leading lights of the business community offers autocratic, short sharp shock tactics that have more chance of causing riots and criminality than getting people back to work.
This is the level of intelligence and morality we are working with here guys.
So much for Lord Digby Jones.
Digby Jones told the guys that they should tidy themselves up. Well......he should look in the mirror... lol
Mr Feather head.
BBC report here: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8637331.stm
Thursday, 15 April 2010
Brand Killer Robots reveal:
With spiritual freedom comes great power and responsibility
Each spark of the iternal flame cannot escape from the responsibility it has to all the other sparks.
Enlightenment is not an end
It is a beginning
Enlightenment begins by healing the near
But continues to spread its light both near and far
Shalt thou be saved
and hear the whole world cry?
The journey begins with a few pointers, like mooji
and ends with 6 billions pointers to the truth
and at that time
there will be no suffering
Posted by Mr Robot at 10:51