Jan 252010
 

Here is a story from Reason about how the primary class war is now between public sector employees and taxpayers (found via EW’s blog).  This means that the primary class war is between men and women now since women make up most public sector jobs so men are working in the private sector paying taxes essentially to women.  When we think of ways that men are forced to subsidize women, it’s usually about marriage and divorce or government policies that transfer tax money from men to women such as government programs that only women benefit from.  However, the employment of women by the government is also another way of men subsidizing women (especially since many of these government jobs are completely useless).

We’re getting close to the point where there will have to be drastic reductions in government spending.  After all, multi-trillion dollar deficits are unsustainable.  This will mean that a lot of women will be losing their jobs after a large fight of course where I expect men will be demonized by women trying to protect their unnecessary jobs.

  5 Responses to “The Primary Class War”

  1. Interesting thesis. Only way I see the variant of class war you depict abating is when the government can no longer print money and no one wants to buy our debt.

    • Only way I see the variant of class war you depict abating is when the government can no longer print money and no one wants to buy our debt.

      Pretty much, yes outside of some really major crisis that forces the issue.

      We now have cases of organized labor fighting for tax increases and spending increases (since organized labor is now more and more public sector than private sector) such as that recent referendum in Oregon where they were successful. Really this is women using the guns of the state to extract more money from men since women have most of the public sector jobs.

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