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Modern Day Slavery

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OK we think of slaves as being people that don't get paid for their labor and the slave master gives the slaves enough food and shelter to survive.

What would happen if the slave master instead of giving them food and shelter gave the slaves just enough money so that they could provide food and shelter for them selves but their work was unpaid.Would that be slavery?

If the slave master gave each slave family the same amount of money then he would be giving the single slave the same as a family of four making the single slave well off and the family of four would struggle. The slave master would be better off if he gave the single slave less money so he struggled as well.

So what's my point. The benefit system is seen as a left wing lets give the family's with kids lots of money. But it could also be seen as a way the slave master (the 1%) maximizes his wealth.

A fair day's pay for a fair day's work is not slavery every body should earn enough money to feed a family whether they have got one or not.

Every body according to their needs (except the 1%) is slavery

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