The List "Exporting America."

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    it´s everywhere the same. The "Deutsche Telekom" which is to 30% owned by the state of germany, stops using "made in germany" electronics and switches to "made in china" stuff. Additionally they think about kicking out the engeneering staff and rebuild a new one in poland. We´re fucked everywhere. Shame on us, that we only want to live a normal life.

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    this is the retirement home of Klaus Zumwinkel, former CEO of the Telekom and former CEO of McKinsey Germany. Remember: He was convicted by defraudation of the revenue over nearly 2 Mio$. Greedy Bastards. McKinsey Parasites.
     
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    Is overseas labor cheap, or is domestic labor expensive?
     
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    Rats deserting the sinking ship of state.

    FREE TRADE is as much about getting wealth OUT of this nation as it is getting foreign made goods in, folks.

    One of these days more of you are going to realize that.

    When it is too late, I expect.

    And STILL many of you will blame unions and welfare mothers for this nations decline into insolvency.

    Damned fools.
     
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    domestic labor might be expensive. But it produces customers who are able to even that - comsuming. A sewing slave from India with a payment of 30p a day will never buy anything than the rice bowl for the next day
     
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