China to Replace 1 Million Workers with Robots
China is poised to replace a million workers with robots within the next few years. The reasoning behind such a move is the dire straits in which the world economic scene has sunken into.
In the hit underground documentary series, known as “Zeitgeist”, particularly within the second film, “Addendum”, it is notated that the flaw of the Capitalist world view will eventually become exploited when robots begin to populate the workplace leaving human laborers out on their asses. The film surmises that approximately eighty percent of the work force could already become automated.
The Capitalist/labor conundrum alluded to in the aforementioned film lies with the fact that when all work someday becomes fully automated, how will folks be able to afford the goods and services created by the machines since they’ve all been replaced by superior and more competent hands? Make no mistake about it- the anti-human greed harbored by many industrialists will inexorably lead to the dumping of human workers in exchange for robots since machines don’t need insurance, vacations, and sick days. Subsequently, machines can work for all hours of the day and night without ever needing a break.
Presently I’m employed at a grocery store where I know beyond a shadow of any doubt that all of my job functions could be carried out by a robot. There are even automated McDonalds’ restaurants now- evidence that eventually all low-wage slave jobs will be taken over by machines.
This “rise of the machines” in the workplace ought to be seen as a good thing because it is forcing Capitalism into a bottle-neck. With the world economy in utter shambles, folks across the globe are waking up to the fact that money has been mankind’s greatest enemy all along.