Re: Re : Opal machines to be turned off
  Stuart Keenan

Tony P is right, without entrepreneurs managing profitable enterprises
there would be no jobs but Tony G is also right, there is no reason at all
for the divide between employer and employee.

No manager of any company anywhere should be on salaries commanding high 6,
7 or even 8 figure sums of money while some of their employees are barely
above the poverty line. It is the disparity that needs addressing.

Private train, tram and bus operators are as guilty of this as any other


On Wed, Nov 24, 2021, 00:32 Tony Galloway arg@...> wrote:

> The reference to "wage theft" reminds me of a Communist Party poster I saw

> in Sydney some time ago: "Profits are stolen wages".


> Profits are the wages of the entrepreneur. Without profits, there'd be no

> business, thus no jobs and certainly no wages for anybody else.


> Tony P

> People like Mike Cannon-Brooks and other innovators are “entrepreneurs”,

> but that doesn’t mean they’re entitled to limitless greed.


> On the other hand, these privatised management scams are just run by rent

> seeking bludgers perpetrating a grift, and innovate nothing except shittier

> working conditions for those that actually do something useful.


> A small scale marijuana dealer would be more of an entrepreneur, and more

> honest, than any of these leeches and lampreys in the rent-a-boss rort.


> And if you’re having a hand wring about an old CPA poster, you want to see

> some of the Anarchist posters around these days - you’ll fill your shorts

> like Scotty in the Engadine Maccas.


> Tony


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