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Bits and Pieces – 20170307, Tuesday

Commentary: One of the biggest problems facing us is the loss of jobs due to RAAI. Not only will we not be able to cope with the surplus labour but the double whammy of increased entitlement payouts and decreased revenue from income and sales taxes will lead to collapse in government finances. But there are other social implications as well: When Factory Jobs Vanish, Men Become Less Desirable Partners. This is another tear in our social structure.

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Automation is introduced to cut labour costs by displacing workers or increasing productivity. That is, automation enables an increase in production without hiring more workers. A company will do this to gain a competitive advantage or maintain one. Since competition is the dominant force in most markets, automation will only increase, particularly as its costs continue to drop while labour costs rise. When all humans have been displaced, the process will go on by replacing older robots with newer, more efficient ones. We are entering a future where there will be far fewer jobs, particularly well-paying ones. Simply put, we already have too many people in our societies.

Flash Point: The False Flag for WWIII

World War III will be fought with the US and NATO on one side against an axis of Russia, China, and Iran on the other. None of these countries are particularly aggressive at this point, being interested in maintaining the current detente on their borders while perusing their outstanding territorial claims.

The US on the other hand views them as emerging regional hegemonic powers and a threat to the American Empire. The US is ready to use its superiority in weapons and naval strength to beat the threat back, using NATO as a pawn in the game.

Both Sides Now

Today, the Senate Foreign relations Committee essentially drafted a declaration of war against Syria. The text is here: http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2013/09/03/full-text-senate-foreign-relations-committee-resolution-on-syria/.The slogan “where’s the beef” should be liberally applied when reading it.

Ever since August 21st’s chemical weapon incident, Obama and his administration have been building a posture for starting the war. You may recall that in the first days, the justification for preparing an attack was a simply a claim of confidence in some intelligence report that appears to have originated with an Israel intelligence unit’s intercept of a communication between a local commander and a shocked superior asking what happened. This of course has been embroidered into a vast array of other supporting sources and claims not a single one of which has been revealed in any detail whatsoever. Obama and his teleprompter have given no other proof other than a ‘we know – trust us’.

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