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Posted on 08/25/2013 12:22:16 AM PDT by cunning_fish
Neo-Kulak Fabrizio Pedroni wished his employees a happy summer vacation and smiled sardonically as they filed out of the building to enjoy a few brief moments of rest from their otherwise endless work days. How could they have known that behind their backs he was secretly arranging to steal the electric component business where they had labored tirelessly throughout their lives? That night, he began dismantling the factory in northern Italy and packing its machinery off to Poland.
When later confronted, Pedroni was unable to conceal his simmering hatred of the working classes as clearly evidenced in a recent phone interview from Poland. The gloating factory overseer openly admitted, Had I told them earlier about any plans to shift the production abroad, they would have occupied my factory and seized all my stuff, he said. The muffled sound of hysterical laughter could be heard in the background. He continued. The plain truth is that I wanted my business to survive and there werent the right conditions for me to operate in Italy any longer.
employees and community, but like many entrepreneurs before him, he abandoned the ship called Italy because it was the only way to survive, said Carlo Alberto Carnevale Maffe, professor of business strategy at Milans Bocconi University. In Italy, most businesses like Firem have been posting losses for at least five years.
Pedroni, 49, now lives in fear for his life after receiving multiple threats to himself and his family. He says he wont change his mind about the choice he made for the company first opened by his grandfather after World War II. Hes not alone, with Italian companies from car firm Fiat SpA (FI) to Indesit Co. SpA (IND), the maker of ovens and fridges, moving production lines abroad to cut costs.
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How dare he stab those brave workers in the back!
Everyone knows profits are evil and that businesses are merely greedy!
Years of losses are sustainable on top of ridiculous tax burdens!
Satire, but illustrative satire.
To be honest this article based on real news, even featuring same characters.
So he should go broke and bankrupt his company?
Who benefits from that?
Yes, that is true.
But it also features a satirical bend as the people’s cube loves to do.
And it is awesome.
On another thread about UPS there were repeated posts by one person about evil profit.
Hence my post
I guess he wants a fresh start in less communist Poland.
I'm sure Poland welcomes him and his factory. They saw the results of the liquidation of the Kulaks across the border, then had to live under the worthless commissars that "replaced" them.
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“Social market economy” is soft fascism.
There is no such a thing as “soft” fascism.
The labor union, FIOM, is an actual arm of the Communist Party in Italy.
They are the biggest roadblock to any reforms by Italian companies trying to compete on a world stage.
Iceland walked out of talks to join the EU because they wanted to impose fishing restrictions on them.
have no idea how to spell that.
It's spelled just like it sounds. ;) Cheh-sh-ch.
That I even knew was pretty kewel, I thought.
Ok, I just wanted to make sure you weren’t dyslexic. ;)
Do you smell that?
Alright. The EU is officially fascist.
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