Written by Mathew Naismith
Don’t be fooled by any government, no political party coming into office owns any of the utilities, it’s the people of the said country or province that owns these utilities and all public lands. Yes, we vote these political parties in to govern these utilities and public lands for us, but, these utilities are never owned by these parties that the people vote in to govern (manage).
Sadly enough, in a lot of countries, public assets have been under the domain (control) of unionists, this has lead to inefficiency and corruption in a lot of cases, I should state here, not all public assets under unionist control have been mismanaged. Now for the privatisation of these publically owned assets. We have less corruption, in a sense, and more efficiency, however, the cost of using these assets (utilities) goes up significantly,
is a prime example of this.
Now the funny thing is, the government says that inflation has not gone up significantly since privatising the people’s assets in
though we are paying significantly more for using these now privatised assets
(utilities), the only time inflation is said to have increased is when workers
wages are increased. This is funny, corporate wages and the other benefits and
payouts that these higher rollers receive, have gone through the roof in recent
times, why doesn’t this massive rise influence
inflation when such massive rises means higher living expenses?
Privatising the people’s assets means higher living expenses. At the same time that these assets are sold off to the private sector, inflation is then primarily based on the common workers wages, not the wages, benefits and payouts of these high rollers. This might not be the actual case that inflation is worked out primarily on workers wages, but it certainly seems that way.
Private ownership means a said company needs to look after their investors within the said company, this means the investors most often come first. Isn’t this like what I commented on in my last post, that political parties guidelines come over and above the people’s guidelines? Privatisation obviously means less democracy and more dictatorship by the minority, unionism on the other hand is supposed to be more about democracy but that isn’t the case either in a lot of circumstances. Inefficiency always leads to the common working people paying the price for such inefficiency, what’s so democratic about the people always having to pay for unionist inefficiency and corruption or privatisation inefficiency and corruption.
Yes, I did state that privatisation is of inefficiency, this is because when a company takes over the people’s assets, the cost of paying out of using such assets rises significantly, to me this massive rise shows a high degree of inefficiency.