Monday, February 24, 2014

WTF Is Wrong With Employers?

There Are Plenty Of Jobs Out There

Stop Lying!! You Disingenuous Ape!!!!

Proof that there are no jobs...

Logical deductions of bullcrack calling can be made from many sights, such as: Boris bashing the unemployed by saying that there are 30,000 jobs in London (so theres plenty) and that the unemployed british wannabe workers just suck. 

London has a population of  around 9 million, at least 500,000 are unemployed on record and more than 10,000 babies are born everyday. This is ignoring the fact that over 300,000 migrants come to stay in the UK every year and take at least one in every two newly created roles. It is only honest to say that there are no jobs.

"Firms advertising jobs in warehouses and for van driver, data entry and security guard positions are being overwhelmed by more than 100 responses to each advert."

"As the numbers applying for each job shoots up, employers have cut the number of positions they advertise by 50 per cent in the last year."

Why Cant Black People Forget About Slavery?

Because of naysayers, I won't spend much time on this one, it is simple.

People always say: "slavery is over", "forget about it", "slavery is not an issue".

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Irony Of Talent Shows

I don’t know why I write this shite, oh yeah, I know, because nobody else does, because I feel as though we're being lied to all day, every day.

The only people allowed to talk about 'unimportant' topics like this and be respected in the 'mainstream' are...
I'm tired of these Talent shows.. Namely 'The Voice'.

The winners don’t get anywhere and its all a waste of talent, serving only the broadcasters and the celebrity affiliates. I feel sad about the whole situation and for everyone involved. What is displayed is the buggery of the music biz's gaping rear.


Friday, February 21, 2014

Solution For Digitalization?

The expectation now is that by 2020 European nations such as France, England and Portugal will have riots and social uprising due to the effects of digitalization (computers taking peoples jobs to point of displacement of the majority of people).

Mass scale riots and rebellion would be good and very very bad.

This fear and reality of humans being displaced by computers is undeniably caused by rich devils, choosing to make themselves and their companies more money by saving it and making it easier with the use of computers.

One coder could create, every year, software instructions that would replace the utility of thousands of humans. 

Surely, one way to prevent this 'inevitable' scenario would be to utilise law. I'm no lawyer but I'm sure that there are ethical requirements for organisations to adhere to.

Surely, Unions can take companies to Court for unethical business practices. If a multinational company, that makes upwards of $10 Billion annually, desires to make 100,000 people redundant to save $2 Billion a year... Is that ethical? Do law systems allow this?

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Friday, February 07, 2014

Thursday, February 06, 2014

The Primary Reason UK Immigration Is Unfair

The primary issue of unfairness is that these immigrants are, in all purposes, the exact same as citizens. There is no clear difference. All free services are afforded to everyone, regardless of tax contribution.

Random Thought About 'Not Being Looked At'

Forget about this, 

Can you deny that some people are nicer to look at for specific reasons, and that some could, for another number of reasons, be less pleasing to look at? 

Can you agree that there are more reasons for not wanting to look at someone than just that they are ugly or gross? Is it then possible that someone might not want to look at someone because they are attractive?

No, not possibly.

After A Bad Performance

After a bad showing one can feel that all is lost...

Yes you didn't do yourself as proudly as you could've, but that's okay. Most of what you did was really very good, its just that there was mistakes and you know that they ruined the performance.

Like everyone else, you didn't listen to what I said, possibly because it was me who said it. I told you to practice what you had to do until it was easy, as second nature.

You can take the apparent failure as a final knock down, one that knocks you out of the game, or a learning process. Everyone experiences failure in some way, its a part of success.

Keep going on, doing what you enjoy, but remember that you can and should always be working to improve. Surprisingly, improvement is really easy; all you have to do is do and improvement will happen automatically.