What can we say about the supply chain crisis?
Shall we call our leaders stupid?
It’s tempting to do so.
They are stupid, of course, but on the other hand they’re not stupid.
Biologically speaking, they’re not stupid.
Where they are stupid is in their greed.
They aren’t smart enough to not be greedy.
Because they aren’t smart enough to not be greedy, we have to live with the ridiculous world that they have created for us.
You see, they didn’t want each country manufacturing 80% of its own goods within reason.
If we did that, then more people in each country would be making more money.
That was taboo to the powers that be. When you ship jobs out to a third world country, the costs are of course cheaper. Additionally, you can pollute the hell out of the third world country and get away with it.
It’s a winner all the way for our elites.
Profits go up, and CNBC jerk-offs have an erection.
It’s a loser for us plebes, of course, but who cares?
The commoners who understand what is going on aren’t listened to because they can’t get anywhere near national television. That’s because Harvard-Yale imbeciles hog up the airwaves with their glib slicktalkery.
Plus regular people with common sense are often ridiculed as cranks and sour grapes losers by the elites.
On the other hand, the elites who control the media portray themselves as living gods and geniuses because they attended Harvard and other Ivy League schools. The mass of humanity believes this lie.
Consequently we have the ridiculous supply system that we have today where all our goods are made in Southeast Asia.
This might not be a problem if Southeast Asia was 50 miles down the road.
But it isn’t. It’s 12,000 miles away.
Compounding this issue is the fact that the same knuckleheads who gave us our supply chain also gave us the COVID-19 crisis in which they shut down the entire economy of the western world.
During that crisis of their own creation, in order to get people to stay at home, they paid people excessive amounts of money to stay at home.
Now those people don’t want to work.
Duh. I wonder why.
Part of the reason why is because people got accustomed to sitting at home doing nothing.
The other part is because going back to work represents a wage decrease.
Let’s do the math.
Getting $2000 a month for 173 hours of work equals a wage of $11.56 an hour. Getting $2000 a month for sitting on your ass is an infinite hourly salary.
Thus going back to work at Amazon for peanuts represents a pay decrease.
You don’t have to go to Harvard to figure that out.
And that’s a good thing, because if you went to Harvard, they’d teach you to not figure that out.
That’s because they serve up the stupid juice at Harvard.
You don’t learn anything there.
You don’t learn how to spread risk. You don’t learn how to treat people fairly. You don’t understand that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.
You don’t understand that people need meaningful, well-paying work. You don’t understand that the chief must often be the poorest man in the tribe.
Why would you learn that at Harvard?
The morons who started Harvard are the same morons who wiped out the Pequot Indians. They thought they were savages.
Sure they were. That’s why so many colonists ran away to join them.
Under the Indians the colonists got a better deal. They didn’t have to live under the British caste system which relegated them to indentured servitude.
That’s what Harvard believes in.
At Harvard they teach you to be a master of the universe. They teach you that you are entitled to make billions of dollars while the peons gravel in the dirt.
They also teach you how to be a slick talker so that you can lie about the supply chain crisis.
That’s what Harvard is: lying, stupid, lousy leaders who have earned the right to be tossed into the waste bin of history.
But that isn’t gonna happen anytime soon because Harvard and its minions have so thoroughly beaten down the American public.
So what can we do?
Get rid of the current supply chain system. Bring manufacturing back to the United States. Quit paying people money for sitting at home. Confiscate the money of the billionaires. Sink their yachts. Scuttle their jets. Dismember their mansions brick for brick. Take down Harvard University. Shut their doors. Send their students home. Ban their professors and graduates from participating in the government and higher levels of corporations for the remainder of their lives. Instead, they can run popcorn stands dependent upon the supply chain they created.
That would be fitting justice.
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