March 24, 2020

Never Let a Crisis go to Waste

Timothy Birdnow

https://phys.org/news/2020-03-coronavirus-uk-basic-income-workers.html More proof much of this Coronavirus panic is aimed at promoting The Revolution.

From the Physorg article:

"The UK needs to embrace a for all, independent of labour market status, to make sure that these people feel secure enough to stay at home to avoid spreading the illness. The concept of a "" is hardly new—it has been discussed in academic circles for many years. Some consider the concept to date as far back as Thomas More's Utopia in 1516.

Now some MPs are calling for a universal basic to help deal with the crisis, and the Independent Workers of Great Britain union is taking legal action againstthe government to extend the wage guarantee to gig workers. But due to the different ways that the left and right view the economy, these calls are likely to fall on deaf ears."

What does this have to do with science, first off?  Why is it published at Physorg?

As Rahm Emmanuel said "never let a good crisis go to waste."

And here another article at that same site from Australia which calls for central planning let the Soviet Union.

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