@pelican3301 @SolidarityUS I think that indoctrination is hitting its own wall. I know it is challenge, but things like the tech workers coalition and various other tech worker organizing that i have been seeing happening since honestly came into power, makes it for a very interesting time. The libertarian trend is there but it now has something to face. No doubt though I agree that it is a challenge to organize.
@pelican3301 @SolidarityUS I disagree, tech workers are workers. I know the libertarian part of many make them a challenge to organize but efforts like this are showing cracks in that libertarian wall. I should mention specifically this is the US libertarian which is vastly different then outside the US. Seeing any tech workers taking action like this is showing the possibility of them being organized. That $65k you speak of will not stay it will eventually drop like every other job, casualizing their work is a key goal of all tech companies.
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