The Rise Of The Temp Economy: More U.S. Employers Than Ever Want A ‘Disposable Workforce’

Happy New Year, Merica!

Tales from the Conspiratum

In this day and age it seems like almost everything is disposable, and many employers have found that they can make a lot more money if they have a workforce

Source: The Rise Of The Temp Economy: More U.S. Employers Than Ever Want A ‘Disposable Workforce’

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Disposable Workers - Public DomainIn this day and age it seems like almost everything is disposable, and many employers have found that they can make a lot more money if they have a workforce that can be turned on and off like a faucet. In America today, there are more than 17 million “independent workers”, and they represent a bigger share of the workforce than ever before. Federal laws give a lot of protection to “full-time workers”, but for temporary and contract employees it is a much different story. Temp workers don’t get health insurance, vacation…

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The Predicted Outcome of Hundreds of False-Flag/Black-Op Events is Here: An Orwellian Totalitarian/Police-State!

Image: http://www.activistpost.com It's not about "terrorists" and "terrorism", Mr and Ms Merica, as the powers that be would have you believe, it's all about controlling (ruling) you and me. We are living out the prophesies of George Orwell and others: 6,000 Cops, Checkpoints, Snipers, K-9s – Celebrating the New Year in a Police State By … Continue reading The Predicted Outcome of Hundreds of False-Flag/Black-Op Events is Here: An Orwellian Totalitarian/Police-State!

Collective Anarchism: Alive and Well in Virginia

The Most Revolutionary Act

Roses on my Table

Ethan Silverstein (2011)

Film Review

“I’d rather have roses at my table than diamonds on my neck.” Emma Goldman

Roses on My Table is a short documentary  about daily life in a Richmond Virginia anarchist collective called Wingnut. It was produced in response to a statement by Virginia State Senate Majority Leader Tommy Norment describing Wingnut residents as “armed and dangerous terrorists.” It attempts to correct common misconceptions about what anarchists believe and how they seek to accomplish their political objectives.

Wingnut first formed in 2009 when one of their members purchased a condemned home and enlisted a group of anarchist friends to live there and make it fit for human habitation.

Like other anarchists, Wingnut residents believe society would be better off without a state and arbitrary coercive authority. Their anti-government, anti-police and anti-prison views are well received in their mostly minority neighborhood. In part…

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