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  •  Yes indeed (0+ / 0-)

    I really cannot let myself think too much that I work for the devil... Because I need this job, sigh

    •  understood (0+ / 0-)

      I felt exactly the same way earlier in my career when I worked in defense stuff, the corruption I saw was unbelievable (one companys' president owner committed what is known as fraud as standard operating procedure on a weekly basis ie: cross charging fixed-cost labor time to cost plus programs) ... yet the only people who paid a penalty were whisteblowers who had integrity including those blew the whistle on illegal DOD secret information leaks within a company.

      I saw it first hand though was not directly involved in it ... only by association via insider knowledge that it happened and it was common not the exception.  Now the globalists have subject so much work outside of export controlled work to outsourcing (increasingly export controls are being whittled away for 'cost savings potential'), there is no safety for anyone and those with integrity are compromised without protection of any sort.

      "History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling the money and its issuance." -James Madison

      by FreeTradeIsYourEpitaph on Sun Mar 03, 2013 at 11:32:30 AM PST

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    •  we all make compromises (0+ / 0-)

      my wife worked as a researcher for years at big pharma. til they left NJ. i work as a social worker and am supposed to do advocacy. but it better not contradict the school system's wishes. In social work we call that the dichotomy between needs of the client and needs of the agency. we must eat, and sometimes ya gotta work for the Borg.

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