Tell me again, what makes you think that "US workers" are some kind of "superior humans" and should be treated supremely?
Stockholm syndrome much? Statism is a cult. Look up "Statism: The Most Dangerous Religion" on Youtube.
If you voted, don't complain. You wanted a master and you got one. If not, go to Youtube and look up "statism the most dangerous religion".
So Google will just relocate what's left of their operations in the UK away from these looters.
Intellectual Property is Neither Property, Nor Intellectual. Read this: http://christophercantwell.com...
"They took our jerbs!!!". Since when did
/. become protectionist/leftist mouthpiece?
Governments introduce prohibitions then get busy prosecuting their made up "crimes", and they have a nerve to demand total surveillance to enforce their bullshit? Haven't we learned anything from alcohol prohibition and the violent gangs which flourished thanks to it? Besides, wars end. But this one looks like a perpetual source of "work" for governments, it is intended to be so.
Well, it is official: "the state" is there to protect entrenched vested interests. What the hell is "unfair competition"? Some commie speak?
The armed bureaucrats ("law enforcement") will keep using fear to intimidate people into surrendering more and more of their freedoms to them until we end up being their slaves in every way. Unless we resist.
I hope Google et al. will find a new way to not give any "fair share" demanded by useless bureaucrats.
Keep treating the "US workers" in a special way until a critical amount of companies relocate elsewhere along with "your" jobs...
So it is better and easier to get rid of the "government" altogether
:) Who needs it? Do you?
"The death throes of religion give us jihads. The death throes of television give us reality shows." -- Penn Jillette in "Every Day is an Atheist Holiday!"
... The death throes of entrenched taxi vested interests give us...
Mah jobs! Because it is your "right".
So why do we still have "governments" robbing (taxing) people to fund some research or anything?