September 7, 2018
Thought Amazon was unstoppable? Think again. This Jew has one weird trick to socialize America – international megacorporations hate him!
Listen up: here’s how Bernie can still win.
Amazon definitely needs to be stopped. They probably are the cause of more businesses shutting down than Walmart, and the jobs lost are replaced with horrible order fulfillment and warehouse positions that Amazon strives to fill with immigrants and part-timers.
And while Jeff Bezos is a goy, he’s fully on board with the globohomo gayplex agenda.
Senator Bernie Sanders has doubled down on his attacks against retail giant Amazon by introducing a bill called the “Stop BEZOS Act,” referencing Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. The bill would establish a corporate tax on companies with 500 or more employees, whose employees rely on federal benefits.
“In other words, the taxpayers of this country would no longer be subsidizing the wealthiest people in this country who are paying their workers inadequate wages,” Sanders said at a news conference announcing the bill, according to The Washington Post. “Despite low unemployment, we end up having tens of millions of Americans working at wages that are just so low that they can’t adequately take care of their families.”
Technically, the bill is called the “Stop Bad Employers by Zeroing Out Subsidies Act”, but it’s no coincidence that the acronym calls out the billionaire CEO.
Americans might not be aware of this, but the phenomenon of people working multiple different part-time jobs is not normal. In most other countries, the vast majority of jobs are full-time, and most part-time workers are students working in cafes and stuff like that.
American corporations figured out that hiring double the number of part-time workers allowed them to skimp on benefits and pay lower salaries. This is why we see this trend of most low-level positions being only available part-time.
This is definitely a practice which should be illegal – especially for large corporations.
“The only solution is communism.” t. Bernie.
Amazon is far from the only company in Sanders’s crosshairs, but it seems it has become the poster child for everything the Vermont senator believes is wrong with the labor economy in America. Sanders has been particularly critical of large corporations paying low wages to some of their workers, meaning many of these employees have to depend on government subsidies such as food stamps to get by.
Yes, the government is left with the bill.
Sanders’ proposition is actually sensible – corporations should definitely have to pay if their employees have to be on welfare and food stamps.
That way, they’ll stop hiring all these Blacks.
“Hire the coal, pay the toll.” t. Bernie.
A more universal law should also be passed though, which would force companies to upgrade part-timers to full-time before they can hire more part-timers – or something to that effect.
Also, Amazon is quickly becoming, in effect, an international monopoly on online retail sales. The government needs to start treating it as such, and regulate its business practices very closely, just like it does all other public utilities.
The power to decide what people are allowed to buy or not is not something we can afford to give to some random tech oligarch.