here the commie goes again with his pseudo-intellectual bs
modern slavery meight, u dont work u dont eat u die.
Mongoloids like turks must be slaves
If the majority of people stopped working here's what would happen:
The people who are working, are producing goods that will be in high demand due to the low supply.
These goods will have an increased price due to the low production.
This means that the firms and people working for the firms will have increased revenue and profits, giving them opportunity to expand and branch into other businesses where there currently is low production.
Thus incentivizing growth. And offering higher wages than before, which would entice more people to go back to work. Who then will spend more money and the businesses grow.
Do you see?
In the end you're gonna be back to work if u wanna keep your house, your car, pay for medicine etc.
it would already make the world a better place if ppl stopped working shitty jobs for the sake of a stupid pay check. just work something u actually want to work where u dont say every monday, oooh fuck me kms its monday. like cmon mayb payment is not good but ur mind and body will love u for it.
i know a lot of people that define themselves by their work, some of them you might not even need to pay and they would continue working their ass off. which is why i laugh when people say noone will work in the future because of robots, like bro, you couldnt even stop some of these people from working with force.
people would die but good prank
Imagine waking up and going to the store to buy something to eat. But the store is closed because the workers decided they don't want to work. You go to a bus stop but there is no bus - the driver decided not to work. Then you go to the gas station because your car is running out of gas... and guess what? That doesn't work as well. Then you decide to go home and play some games but there is no internet and the ISP doesn't fix it because they also decided not to work. And so on...
PS: Oh, I forgot - you don't even have electricity, because the workers in the power plant also didn't feel like working.