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not Real News: a look at what didn't happen this week updated

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anonymous

New York, NY

#1 Aug 20, 2017
Interesting. No, not really. No news about jobs, eh?
Covfefe

Edison, NJ

#2 Aug 20, 2017
With Bannon returning to the helm of no-so-Breitbart, prepare for the volume of fake news to go all the way to 11.
Covfefe

Edison, NJ

#3 Aug 20, 2017
anonymous wrote:
Interesting. No, not really. No news about jobs, eh?
Here in Wisconsin we are so desperate for people to fill 1000's of good-paying jobs in every sector that employers have permanent "Now Hiring!" signs outside of their facilities, and have even taking to bombing the FM station with ads looking for help.

It's not a lack of jobs, it's a lack of people willing to work.
ykcuL laeR

Portland, OR

#4 Aug 20, 2017
Covfefe wrote:
With Bannon returning to the helm of no-so-Breitbart, prepare for the volume of fake news to go all the way to 11.
This was always the strategy
Dee Dee Dee

Emmaus, PA

#5 Aug 20, 2017
Covfefe wrote:
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Here in Wisconsin we are so desperate for people to fill 1000's of good-paying jobs in every sector that employers have permanent "Now Hiring!" signs outside of their facilities, and have even taking to bombing the FM station with ads looking for help.

It's not a lack of jobs, it's a lack of people willing to work.
That's why we need to start cutting entitlements and make Democrats work since they are not willing.
Rev Cash Dollar

Philadelphia, PA

#6 Aug 20, 2017
Covfefe wrote:
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Here in Wisconsin we are so desperate for people to fill 1000's of good-paying jobs in every sector that employers have permanent "Now Hiring!" signs outside of their facilities, and have even taking to bombing the FM station with ads looking for help.

It's not a lack of jobs, it's a lack of people willing to work.
You're in Jersey, not Wisconsin.(Oh, I'm sure that's "just for the moment because I'm traveling.)

What are these 1000s of jobs, in what sectors, and what does "good-paying" mean, exactly? Are they jobs which require some specific skills or a some college? Be specific.
Rev Cash Dollar

Philadelphia, PA

#7 Aug 20, 2017
Dee Dee Dee wrote:
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That's why we need to start cutting entitlements and make Democrats work since they are not willing.
You are a bs spreading white supremacist [sic] who, obviously, has no empirical basis for saying the unemployed or the ones who are unemployed by choice are Democrats. You also have no idea what Wisconsin offers in the way of cash public assistance. Hint: It's not going to be what CA or NY offer.

You meant "blacks" when you posted "Democrats," of course, but if you add up all the major racial minority groups there - African American, Hispanic / Latino, Asian and American Indian - that's _still_ just about 15% of the Wisconsin population.
Cordwainer Trout

Campbellsville, KY

#8 Aug 20, 2017
Covfefe wrote:
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It's not a lack of jobs, it's a lack of people willing to work.
As evident in your projection post about Brietbart, people unwilling to work is almost as bad as your unwillingness to think. Time after time after time, we see examples of those you support creating fake news, even fake documents. Breitbart exposes such things and you blame them. This is evidence of the delusional thinking common to violent Leftist Democrat thugs.
Rev Cash Dollar

Philadelphia, PA

#9 Aug 20, 2017
Yes, but _why_ didn't Adam Sandler defend the mormon whatever it is from disparagement? Is he a secret scientologist out to undermine scientology's sister-wife religion?
anonymous

New York, NY

#12 Aug 20, 2017
Covfefe wrote:
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Here in Wisconsin we are so desperate for people to fill 1000's of good-paying jobs in every sector that employers have permanent "Now Hiring!" signs outside of their facilities, and have even taking to bombing the FM station with ads looking for help.

It's not a lack of jobs, it's a lack of people willing to work.
Or people willing to move. Here in Ohio, there's nothing but near minimum wage contractor jobs. The only people who call when you post a resume are Indian call centers. Management is still trying to be the bully, the way they want it. I'm willing to work. I'm not willing to call people back who refuse to leave a message. I have a job. I am looking for something that pays like they paid before 2008.

It would be nice for me if companies paid relocation costs but I am not gambling and selling my house to go to a place I don't know. I really doubt Wisconsin is willing to pay for that .... For the most part, I doubt those jobs are much more than contractor pay anyway. Plenty of kids here fighting for scraps because they don't want the gamble either, and they don't have a mortgage to consider.

For now, my best litmus test for real jobs is job postings that aren't through contractors and are by people who are willing to leave a message. Not.... a.....scrap! Just more Scotsmen who are window shopping and who have free time to argue. When they give in, the next phase will be the nepotism and patronage hires who try to be our "handler" so nobody in management has to talk to us. It's still a long way off to real jobs.

Fortunately, the new contractor hires are not the same caliber that they were a year ago, but I'm confident that most businesses would rather burn than give in. Ohio is just a mean, miserly and corrupt place in the management world and their problems feed on themselves..
anonymous

New York, NY

#13 Aug 20, 2017
Rev Cash Dollar wrote:
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You're in Jersey, not Wisconsin.(Oh, I'm sure that's "just for the moment because I'm traveling.)

What are these 1000s of jobs, in what sectors, and what does "good-paying" mean, exactly? Are they jobs which require some specific skills or a some college? Be specific.
I'm sure he's a Trump supporter with rose tinted glasses, but Wisconsin is probably looking for people sooner than more urban places. Really, some places will rebound faster than others, but the mid-term elections are coming fast. As far as I'm concerned, the Republicans have already lost their right to a super majority. I'll be doing my best to ensure they don't get one.
Rev Cash Dollar

Philadelphia, PA

#14 Aug 20, 2017
It looks like unemployment is near two decade lows in WI, but even given that the average private sector wage has risen only about 2.4% from 2nd Q 2016 to 2nd Q 2017. Still, that is better than a lot of states, and there's probably more union wages in WI than in, say, TX.
a_visitor

Reading, PA

#15 Aug 20, 2017
Rev Cash Dollar wrote:
It looks like unemployment is near two decade lows in WI, but even given that the average private sector wage has risen only about 2.4% from 2nd Q 2016 to 2nd Q 2017. Still, that is better than a lot of states, and there's probably more union wages in WI than in, say, TX.
I think becoming an entrapenaur is the answer, work for yourself in some sort of business.
Mark

Charlottesville, VA

#16 Aug 20, 2017
a_visitor wrote:
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I think becoming an entrapenaur is the answer, work for yourself in some sort of business.
This is good sound advice. All good Americans need to gradually pull away from the mainstream media, our newspapers, magazines, and corporations that are globalist cabals. Because all of these are controlled and owned by the psychotic elite Jewish Banksters.

Don't sell yourself out for a federal job of any sort. Don't sell yourself out to our Israeli-controlled military, and don't sell yourself to law enforcement or even any local government job. These are all becoming hotbeds for recruitment of traitors. And it's done with the promise of outrageous salaries and/or super fast promotions. Don't do it! We must be true to America, and rebuild our country and ourselves until the Israeli parasite drops off of our country!
Trumfusion

Matthews, NC

#17 Aug 20, 2017
Covfefe wrote:
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Here in Wisconsin we are so desperate for people to fill 1000's of good-paying jobs in every sector that employers have permanent "Now Hiring!" signs outside of their facilities, and have even taking to bombing the FM station with ads looking for help.

It's not a lack of jobs, it's a lack of people willing to work.
Most likely the skills people have do not match the skills the facilities need.

Ivanka Trump announced that there would be an apprenticeship program.

But just like the "reality" tv show, it appears to have been just Grandstanding to make folks think the Trump's know what they are doing.

The REALITY is that theTrumps only know how to stir up drama and controversy.
anonymous

New York, NY

#18 Aug 20, 2017
a_visitor wrote:
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I think becoming an entrapenaur is the answer, work for yourself in some sort of business.
That's great IF and only IF you can reasonably survive startup costs.

My area of expertise would be lower level network consulting. I've done it before and know the basic requirements. Unfortunately, you can't leave the stink of bad management behind. They still have too much time to argue. They still want you to do dirty deeds so they can keep their hands clean. I don't want that and I don't really have a cash cow customer to help me get on my feet. These things are better for people who have a spouse for secondary income and who are young and ready to put in a lot of odd hours.

I've done this dog and pony show before. Northeast Ohio is likely to be the next Detroit.
anonymous

New York, NY

#19 Aug 20, 2017
Mark wrote:
<quoted text>This is good sound advice. All good Americans need to gradually pull away from the mainstream media, our newspapers, magazines, and corporations that are globalist cabals. Because all of these are controlled and owned by the psychotic elite Jewish Banksters.

Don't sell yourself out for a federal job of any sort. Don't sell yourself out to our Israeli-controlled military, and don't sell yourself to law enforcement or even any local government job. These are all becoming hotbeds for recruitment of traitors. And it's done with the promise of outrageous salaries and/or super fast promotions. Don't do it! We must be true to America, and rebuild our country and ourselves until the Israeli parasite drops off of our country!
I'm having a very hard time deciding what your angle is, with or without the anti-Israeli stuff....
Mark

Charlottesville, VA

#21 Aug 20, 2017
anonymous wrote:
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I'm having a very hard time deciding what your angle is, with or without the anti-Israeli stuff....
The reason you can't figure it out is because there is no angle to what I say. I am not anti-Semitic----grew up with lots of Jewish kids. I'm simply anti-corruption and anti-deception.

Our government, since the 9/11 false flag, has undergone an illegal merger with world corporations. The American people weren't asked to vote on it, and we were flat out lied to about the attacks. We were deceived into believing Islamic terrorists with box cutters took down 3 massive towers in New York and also flew a massive jetliner at ground level into the Pentagon.

I hate to tell you what most Americans already know. And that is, our corrupt intelligence agencies, partnered with Israel and American traitors Bush, Cheney, Giuliani, Rumsfeld, and even Obama as the cover-up man, took down those towers.

Can you fathom how many innocent young American boys were wasted on this lie for Israel? Corpse after corpse after corpse for treason.

Truth is straight and lies have the angle.
Rev Cash Dollar

Philadelphia, PA

#22 Aug 20, 2017
Here's a hint: People who bother to specify "Jewish" banksters in their complaints about whatever their complaint is - it seems to be about the fact that corporations are trans national and becoming all powerful - are anti Semitic. You could just say "banksters" and make the same substantive point.

But then that wouldn't denigrate Jews, would it?
anonymous

New York, NY

#23 Aug 21, 2017
Mark wrote:
<quoted text>The reason you can't figure it out is because there is no angle to what I say. I am not anti-Semitic----grew up with lots of Jewish kids. I'm simply anti-corruption and anti-deception.

Our government, since the 9/11 false flag, has undergone an illegal merger with world corporations. The American people weren't asked to vote on it, and we were flat out lied to about the attacks. We were deceived into believing Islamic terrorists with box cutters took down 3 massive towers in New York and also flew a massive jetliner at ground level into the Pentagon.

I hate to tell you what most Americans already know. And that is, our corrupt intelligence agencies, partnered with Israel and American traitors Bush, Cheney, Giuliani, Rumsfeld, and even Obama as the cover-up man, took down those towers.

Can you fathom how many innocent young American boys were wasted on this lie for Israel? Corpse after corpse after corpse for treason.

Truth is straight and lies have the angle.
I tend to agree with Rev Cash Dollar. Even if the Jewish community has a disproportionate influence in the banking community, it's still the banking community.

Glass-Steagall was shut down by Bill Clinton and his cohorts, and that was the beginning of the runaway belief in Wall St. Ronald Reagan was completely invested in the Military Industrial complex and he was there before any Bush presidency.

No, Israel has always been an American ally because they were loyal to our cause to seek influence in the oil regions of the Arab peninsula. We are a modern colonialist country and have been so since before WW2. The aftermath of WW2 compelled us to make an extra effort to protect that community to some degree, but it was not such an extraordinary effort. We were very adverse to having a flood of Jewish immigrants.

I see the modern economic class war against the working class as dangerous to the Jewish population in general. The angry mobs do seek out scapegoats and they won't be smart enough to go after the bankers. Everyone imagines a life of bullying the world with money. They want to be one of them.

What the real problem in the class war is that the physical majority in the working class are simply psychologically prone to an antiquated belief in monarchistic rule that is reinforced by a church based secret society. They basically don't like having to defend their own belief system. It's far easier to do your selfish deeds while marketing them as some kind of bogus honor code...and that system is threatened by alternative religions so Judaism is as much the enemy as Islam is.

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