Skip to comments.Foxconn suicides: capitalism and Marxism treat people like animals(globalists & chicom)
Posted on 06/05/2010 7:43:38 PM PDT by TigerLikesRooster
Foxconn suicides: capitalism and Marxism treat people like animals
by Wei Jingsheng
The great dissident analyzes the series of suicides in the Guangdong factory and points the finger at the Chinese social system, which transforms businessmen (even Western) into devils without morals, cancels labour rights, morality and democracy in the name of profit. The collusion of business and media in the West.
The theory of Karl Marx was really not so good, as it brought a century disaster to the human race. Yet, to the least, Karl Marx was a person with some sympathy. Should he have the opportunity to comment on the Communist Party in China nowadays, he would be regretting it all the way. This evidence is too horrible to look at, and would force him to admit his own mistakes and overthrow the theory of the "Dictatorship of the Proletariat" that he created. It was exactly the capitalists under the system of this type of dictatorship that were able to use the workers as draft animals without restraint, which provides prove to Marx's theory of "workers are only one essential factors of production."
Who are all the capitalists of the whole world who like the Chinese Communist Party so much and have been spending their money to lobby the Western governments in an effort to help the Chinese Communist government? Why have the so-called "free media" in the West, which are controlled by big business, been shamelessly singing the praises of the Chinese Communist Party, simulating peace and prosperity in China?
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I worked as a 3rd shift staffing manager for CoWorx at a Foxconn plant in Alliance, Texas. Only worked three (long) days a week and made near six figures. Best non-entrepreneurial job I ever had, but really needed to speak Spanish. I doubt if the workers in China had my experience. BTW, I seem to recall Foxconn being a Taiwanese company.
It is a Taiwanese company with extensive presence in China. Most of factory works are done in China.
In 2005, the US suicide rate was 11.1 out of 100k or 1 out of every 9k people. That is still higher than Foxconn's suicide rate of 1 out of every 25k people. Bottom line, I think the news coverage is way overblown and completely out of context.
Of course! The article is about ‘capitalists’ using communist dictators to create the perfect workforce. One that is servile and subservient and exists on a pittance of a salary, with no home life or any of the things that are good for the human spirit.
He asks, why do ‘free people’ ( what Americans used to be) sing the praises of communist china to the Congress, who in turn pass legislation that encourages more investment in communism?