[fosscomm] small step for ITEC; giant leap for IT employees
senthilsos at yahoo.com
Sun Mar 18 12:53:37 PDT 2012
However, what we are talking about here is a government directive
forcing extra security for a certain segment of society. This sends out
three messages that a government must not be guilty of under any
- A condescending and paternalistic (I know what's good for you)
- An admission of failure in fulfilling its primary objective (security
- Reservations translating into restrictions for s specific segment of
society (You must provide transport, ergo if you can't provide transport
you must not hire women to do certain jobs).
The key out here is a voluntary social consciousness as opposed to a
diktat mandating a sham of social consciousness
>> I am very keen on understanding your solutions , i.e voluntary social consicousness , in a society for the various situations i have detailed below
1) slavery - abolition of the same after voluntary social consiousness and legislation - and then enforcement by GOVERNMENT !
2) until the govt got involved these kids had jobs - who enforces ?
3) private nurses strike in chennai for being exploited by free market hospitals - their salaries got fixed at 12,000 rs after the strike ..after being threatened with 'loose your job forever' - isnt this voluntary social consicousness
4) sme-s being eaten up by MNCs.
5) maybe advocating the theory 'govt has no business in business' is not thatcher-ism? while the others are 'isms'
6) of course we loose our senses(sense of wage slavery) when there is huge 'wage difference' - like say any body working a big ngo and gettting lot of money like the IT guys :)
7) of course i do agree with jtd on the problems of the folks in unorganised sectors getting exploited and people with rights not prodcuing what they should. however there are examples of efficient productivity with rights.
i would like to understand the 'voluntary social consciousnes solution' without legislation and enforcement of legislation by govt. the background of the standing orders is from the public uproar in prathiba case. some mittal of nasscom was chargesheeted. why dont you see this as 'voluntary social consicouness' - later on taken up by organisations like ITHI and then legislation and then enforcement by govt?
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