Skip to comments.France's Reckoning
Posted on 03/19/2014 1:08:34 PM PDT by wildbill
France's day of reckoning has arrived: Its wealthy, best and brightest are saying goodbye to a nation they believe doesn't want them to succeed or become affluent.
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This brain drain and capital flight are endangering the French economy and might be a template for the US>
No doubt! And what’s filling the void, 3rd world muslims who are given handouts.
I am told these websites like Monster and CareerBuilder are overflowing with resumes posted by French engineers looking to go anyplace else.
Well, the France of today does show a preference for the jihadiis and the whacked-out hard core muslims. duh!
And the leaders of France, much like the communists who now run New York City, don’t care. They only view those who leave as haters who wouldn’t vote for them anyway. Maybe DiBlasio, for example, will win his next election with 96% of the vote.
The “Death Spiral”.
Self reinforcing negative feedback.
The sources of tax revenues leave the system to avoid the high tax rates, the tax rates are raised to maintain revenues, repeat.
Sometimes I think this alone could be used to tell the rational from the irrational.
Same here. This country’s policies punish the acheivers, and reward the indolent. Combine that with an open arms policy for towelheads and you have a real problem.
Democratic Socialistic Utopia.
Keep it up France, not far to go to achieve Equality.
Isn't the tradeoff always between safety and freedom. I look forward to the day I can relocate to somewhere more "dangerous" (and more free).
“At least in the US there is some hope for rule-of-law and remedies when the rule-of-law is off-track.”
Over the past few years, I’ve come to doubt that. “Law” today has become emotion-based rather than founded in the Constitution. Affirmative action is indefensible under any interpretation of US law.
“They only view those who leave as haters who wouldnt vote for them anyway. Maybe DiBlasio, for example, will win his next election with 96% of the vote.”
NJ is facing the same death spiral as NY, though our governor seems determined to slow or stop it. In the meantime, Americans continue to flee and the state is increasingly resembling a foreign country.