Tuesday, January 18, 2022

“Idlers” and Quitters Rule the “Antiwork” Subreddit

Here’s a little story that clearly demonstrates the effect that 40+ years of Commie/anti-American propaganda taught in public schools has had: ‘Anti-work’ threads on Reddit are fueling the Great Resignation.

On Reddit, the “antiwork” subreddit is now one of the social network’s most active and engaged pages, after seeing explosive growth during the COVID-19 pandemic. It currently has more than 1.6 million users, up from 180,000 in October 2020. People post epic text and e-mail screenshots of quitting their jobs, but the real heroes are so-called “idlers” — those who stay in jobs doing the absolute minimum to get by while still collecting a paycheck.

You can replace “antiwork” with anti-capitalism as that is what this is really about. It’s a continuation of the Occupy Wall Street movement,

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and other “anarchy’ groups and movements that have emerged since Obama’s fundamental transformation of America.

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This is Doreen Ford, she’s the moderator of the “Antiwork” subreddit:

Antiwork moderator Doreen Ford says that movement is a major snub towards capitalism.I could be wrong but it looks like Doreen could use a shave.

Doreen says that the movement is intended as a major snub of capitalism:

She noted that the general idea behind the anti-work movement “is to reduce the coercive element of labor as much as possible by subverting capitalism,” and said that those active on the page are mainly far leftists who support Bernie Sanders and AOC, and, often also identify as socialists, communists and/or anarchists.

What a surprise: all of society’s lay-abouts, working hard to avoid work.

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It’s clear that the new Commies/Socialists/Anarchists “antiwork” cohort contribute to America’s declining labor participation rate. They don’t feel they should have to work in order to live – that’s such a 20th century concept.

After trending up for more than three decades, the labor force participation rate peaked at 67.3 percent in early 2000. Over the next few years, the rate receded to about 66 percent and stayed at that level through 2008. The participation rate then dropped again, and by mid-2016, it stood at 62.7 percent.

And it currently rests around 61.8%. Which, along with the subreddits who are trying to do as little as possible and still draw a paycheck from either a private sector employer or the government, pretty much explains the ongoing “COVID” labor shortage plaguing America. It’s an anti-capitalist movement. Brought to you courtesy of Public Schools and the US government.

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