Either people in China work in Apple factories or they starve. Once you accept that reality, you realize that it's better than the alternative - seems to be a common thread with the free market, huh?
There is not boss and workers in a free market. Only voluntary contracts between free men. Everyone is a consumer and everyone is a producer. But in this grotesque system, created by the International Banking Cartel, such a system is suppressed through force and violence.
wages vs profits
private risk bailout
The list is endless...
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- Fiat Banking - Your supply of capital is limited to whatever arbitrary limit those who have limitless currency resources allow.
- There is no 'law' - Only psychopaths who pervert just principals for their own enrichment while violently stealing your wealth, your future, and your life if need be.
If you work for a farm, you will probably be able to afford a potato. If you build million dollar industry machinery, no you're probably not going to be able to afford it. So what?
Also, paying low wages is not the same as exploitation. Bad working conditions is not the same as exploitation. In some cases genuine slave labor exists, but it's rather rare. Only in the case of child labor could I call it exploitation because the children aren't really capable of making big decisions and assess risks. But even child labor is necessary in the poorest countries.
Welcome to reality.
There is enormous inertia — a tyranny of the status quo — in private and especially governmental arrangements. Only a crisis — actual or perceived — produces real change. When that crisis occurs, the actions that are taken depend on the ideas that are lying around. That, I believe, is our basic function: to develop alternatives to existing policies, to keep them alive and available until the politically impossible becomes politically inevitable
- Milton Friedman
The only people who are not slaves either own their own company or have worked their way to the top of the corporate ladder. The rest are mostly slaves.