German Labour ‚n‘ Law – „the German Episode – ‚offers One Can’t Refuse!‘“
„THE GERMAN EPISODE – ‚OFFERS ONE CAN’T REFUSE!‘“
Employment is a case in point, for the workplace symbolises the arena of everyday life featuring dictatorship challenging democracy in its most original sense. In this particular regard, judicials and particularly arbiters face the danger of being inclined to producing and superimposing even more fiction on the friendly fraud of co-operation: „offers one can’t refuse.”
Considering John Maynard Keynes: „Words ought to be a little wild, for they are the assaults of thoughts on the unthinking“, critical contemporaries acting in self-defense, i. e. voicing and publicising scrutiny face accusations on libel.
These dictators do not seem, not even remotely, like tyrants – they rather prove disciples and followers of German Labour Law beating about the bush, keenly voiding to express its blunt message of legalised rape: „Do as ‚I‘ say!“ whereas ‚I‘ means „We“ – however: who is „We“?
Since 1949, Germany has always been keen on presenting its democracy in the lime light of post-world war II achievements. Now clap your hands everybody – apparently, the Federal Republic of Germany has been not less successful than the United States of America at glossing over – oh my goodness (!) – long-standing, precarious, societal standards with a professional smile on her face of political correctness. Nonetheless, Germany’s social set theory, strategy and operations „is run“ much subtler by means of integrating and improving educational structures of facilitating and supporting inverted totalitarianism.