An Anarchy Of Labor: Not!

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    Anarchy is often discussed as a "Civilization Without Borders," by crazy little people, called, "anarchists."

    What is so crazy about that concept, of the concept: No one ever asks? The underclass of labor is the answer. The so-called, "illegal immigrant," or migrant labor--and on all the earth--is rarely a citizen of the host "civilization." In effect, the illegal is a world citizen. In reality, it takes a government, to create an illegal. It is actually in the computing in the widely supported laws.

    And so who could care one little piece of sh. . .well, about it? We are reminded that in some "civilizations," the lower caste laborer is responsible for the collection and disposal of the "night soil." "Crap" is religion for lots of people. An anarchy is not about a bunch of (illegals), no matter where they are, or who in fact: They are!

    Many little kids know who they are. Adult Commentators in America: Appear to have no clue! They rarely discuss them, in common terms.

    And we care(?) because it is in contrast with "Widespread Wealth Worldwide:" Which itself is a "Great Not" in the world as we now know it. That too, is in contrast: With the world in which commentators and governments live in.

    For that, of course, we do give thanks for Her Majesty's PM, in the Spirit so recently of Davos.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Like we have no clue regarding what lawfully becomes of the money!)
     
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    I read that twice.

    I still don't understand your point.

    Simple declarative sentences might help.
     
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    "Crap," even in double entendre, is not that hard to understand. Lots of people even make their living from it: Some in even bigger loads than others.

    And then there is what the fertilizer manufacturers create(?), and sell: Which often has a lot in common with what the others create.

    Regardless, an anarchy cannot be created in the same context with impoverishment, and a context of Widespread Wealth Worldwide becomes therefore necessary for a "Civilization Without Borders," often mis-labled, an "anarchy."

    A civilization without borders can happen. The United Nations offers the Social Utilities context. There is UNESCO for education. There is a World Health Organization for Hospitals and medical offices. There is an international nuclear energy regulatory agency: Around which electrical, water, and sewage systems can be installed and run. There is a concept of International Cooperation In Transportation. There is a concept of Regional Management, With oversight, like a co-op. There is a Euro single currency. There can be Asio single currency. There can be An Americas currency. There can be Aussio and Africo currrency, and then whatever it is that makes the Great Continent Of The Penguins seem to flourish, which humans study.

    And then there is what arises from that.

    Widespread Wealth Worldwide is a statistical concept. Blacks in the United States are suing banks on the basis that they were unfairly steered into subprime mortgages. Statistcally, the actual problem is that inflation actually failed to happen. What little inflation there was became improperly adjusted. That really had nothing to do with the bankers. That had a great deal to do with the law, and with policy. The Bush Administration was not the Clinton Administration. The Clearly Intended Outcome Of The Bush Administration was not Widespread Wealth, even nationwide. In the laws of America, even COLA's tend to be fixed percentage adjustments. That is statistics.

    The trick is in the indexed standard deduction, and personal exemptions, in the tax code. The arithmetic requires equal amount, indexed, adjustments: At the payrolls. Putting them in The U. S. Tax Code, however, actually helped to consign the Bush Presidency into the chamber pots of history, which usually the Night Soil People, carry out.

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!"
    (Odd how only judges and lawyers seem to know: That "Ignorance Of The Law Is No Excuse!")
     
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