[sword-devel] [bt-devel] trolltech / nokia

Peter von Kaehne refdoc at gmx.net
Mon Feb 11 07:02:12 MST 2008

> 2008/2/10, Moses McKnight <moses at skytex.net>:
> > So you would rather take jobs from people who need them just as much
> I guess I haven't made myself clear: what I have written is that
> Roumanians need these jobs much more badly than Germans, lacking the
> German welfare system and economic dynamism.

No you have been perfectly clear from the start. Some contributors gave you the benefit of doubt (QT, trolltech) but that is that. And what you write is spiteful and also clearly without much insight in what actually happened. You even admit so much in your first post on the subject. I think I leave it at that.

> Unemployed Germans have welfare benefits, job opportunities and even
> retraining programs.  German workforce is highly valued and there are
> simply not enough Germans around, to the point that many jobs in
> Germany is done by 'Guest Workers', mainly Turks.  This scarcity leads
> to high salaries, which make many products prohibitive to make in
> Germany — mainly cheaper ones.
> Just take a look at History.  The tendency is that Germany, Japan,
> Switzerland et alli concentrate in highly valued products to match the
> value of workforce there; for example luxury cars, optics, watches,
> pharmaceuticals.  Cell phones once were such products, but they are
> ceasing to be.
> > give them to someone else?  Sounds like communism...
> This is veering more and more offtopic, so please if someone takes
> offense just says so and I will stop.
> But yes, in the end capitalism does attain some of communism's goals,
> without all the atheistic totalitarism.  In this case, distribution of
> riches.
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