The Republicans Will Say We Have No Right To Eat

Take a good look at these Republican monsters running the country. Rightwingers are like or even worse all over the world. They’re cancer everywhere. There is no such thing as a rightwinger or conservative who is not a malignancy of some sort. All of conservatism is poison. Not just some of it, not just here and there, not just mostly, but the whole ball of wax from kings and lords to Burke to Kirk to beyond is straight up malignancy. There can be no compromise with any conservatives. There’s no such thing anyway.

I can tell you right now what Republicans will say when 50% of the humans are out of work.

“There are plenty of jobs out there! You just need to find one! You’re just lazy! The safety net is not a hammock!”

The cancerous Thomas Friedman is already suggesting that when most of the jobs go, most of us can just whore ourselves out in all sorts of ways. Got a car? Start charging for rides. Got a room? Take in a boarder. Got a couch? Take in a couch surfer. Got anything useful? Rent it out for periods to whoever. What about yourself? Think of all the ways you can whore out your body. Get creative.

You first, Thomas. Oh that’s right, you make $1.5 million a year, so you don’t have to worry about this stuff. My bad.

We can already see traces of this nightmare with the mass exploitation of drivers via Uber. Air B’n’B seems to be a much better deal, but that’s causing problems too, including the worsening of an already terrible housing shortage in some places.

Obviously, people will need to survive with half the jobs gone, but Republicans will simply say that we have no right to eat. Come to think of it, they already say that. I guess eating food is not a basic human right on Earth. Silly me. I should have known.

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7 responses to “The Republicans Will Say We Have No Right To Eat

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  2. Francois Mitterrand

    “I can tell you right now what Republicans will say when 50% of the humans are out of work. “There are plenty of jobs out there! You just need to find one! You’re just lazy! The safety net is not a hammock!” The cancerous dual loyalist Thomas Friedman is already suggesting that when most of the jobs go, most of us can just whore ourselves out in all sorts of ways. Got a car? Start charging for rides? Got a room? Take in a boarder. Got a couch? Take in a couch surfer? Got anything useful? Rent it out for periods to whoever. What about yourself? Think of all the ways you can whore out your body? Get creative.
    You first, Thomas. Oh that’s right, you make $1.5 million shekels a years, so you don’t have to worry about this stuff. My bad.
    We can already see traces of this nightmare with the mass exploitation of Uber. Air B’n’B seems to be a much better deal, but that’s causing problems too, including the worsening of an already terrible housing shortage in some places.”

    Who’s going to solicit the services of people with those items?
    Those who still have jobs?
    It’s going to be like collecting crumbs. They might be the main ones with stuff anyway.
    …..

  3. Dave Mowers

    The irony Robert is that Uber used these idiots to rake in enough VC money to replace them all with driverless systems.

    You are seeing a literal war for economy taking place.

    The obvious solution is for poor people to destroy the society until no money can be made by anyone.

    No democracy? No opportunity? No freedom?

    No nation.

    Burn it down. All of it must go.

    The Founding Fathers agree.

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  4. Jason Y

    Selling stuff isn’t as easy as it seems. Note, even if you can sell it, often people are cheapskates. If selling were so easy, then why is it a skill and an art? Why would Republicans assume people will naturally be good at it?

  5. Conservatives have always had a problem with technological change. The economically right-wing people I talk to, just can’t seem to comprehend that the days when human labour was required en masse to sustain civilisation are over. Up until recently, the rule had been everyone had to work, and them some (through slavery), to provide what we need, with a little of what we want.

    That’s going, going, gone. The morality if working for a living is fast becoming obsolete. We don’t NEED people to work, therefore it should no longer be seen as a moral duty. I would argue many of the service/administration jobs out there don’t really add much value to society overall.

    Rather than adapt to a new world, economic right-wingers rather that people starve to death, and “figure it all out themselves”.

    I can’t see us moving to the next step in our evolution with these people on our backs.

  6. Well I guess women can prostitute themselves out for money. I guess men can get a sex change operation and become a ladyboy and start whoring themselves out for money too, right?

    The whole world will become one big sex paradise orgy.

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