Sunday, February 18, 2007

Lousy Pay to Danish Neo-colonialism's little Helpers


(A Representative of the Herrenvolk is inspecting the Royal troops!)

The Danish public broadcaster DRTV reported tonight on its evening news that assistant workers at the CampDanevang, the Danish military camp in the Basra region in Iraq, where the Danes are waging their neocolonial battle for uninterrupted oil supply, are paid lousy wages. A Nepalese worker working 12 hours a day 7 days a week made some 300 $ a month or something like 5 kroners an hour. A Dane would make 20 - 30 times that amount. A Phillipine worker washing dishes in the kitchens reported similar pay.

This is really too shameful! Denmark claims to be fighting in Iraq to help the Americans in their heroic struggle for freedom, human rights and democracy, and this is how the Danish Herrenvolk treats its servants! May the Christian God help the Danes to interpret the struggle for human rights in a more humane way in the future!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

"This is really too shameful!"

Apparently the foreign workers dont find it shameful since they agree to the wages.

I am sure that, by their local nepalese standards, they are making a very handsome wage. Why else would they bother working in Iraq?

My little friend, the nepalese find the exchange between the monetary gains ( low only according to relative Danish standards) acceptable otherwise they would be working in their homeland. Ever heard of PPP Mr Duck?

No one ever enters a voluentary trade if the marginal gains are below the marginal expenditures.

No one is forced to work for the Danes and you are the true imperialist when you insist on dictating when and where other people are allowed to work. Your ignorance keep people away from a chance to better their lives, for shame.

9:14 AM  
Anonymous Cosmic Duck said...

The don't seem to have much of a choice. And they're even exposed to abuse by the Danes in the camp, DRTV said in the evening news.

10:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The don't seem to have much of a choice."

Well how nice of you then to deny them the few choises the do have. Who is the imperialist now? Who is denying adults to live their own life based on your arbitrary preferences merely beacuse of their nationality. Your morale is: if you are poor you can forget about making your own choises. Thats a job for massa duck! How truly humane of you.

I checked the GDP per capita and they are making a years wage in one month!

"The don't seem to have much of a choice."

Boho a little ridicule. The middle aged women who work in the cantine at my university experience the same thing.

12:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And they're even exposed to abuse by the Danes in the camp, DRTV said in the evening news.

Boho a little ridicule. The middle aged women who work in the cantine at my university experience the same thing.

12:36 PM  
Anonymous Cosmic Duck said...

That doesn't justify it. The Danes claim to be fighting for human rights and democracy in Iraq, and then they behave like the Herrenvolk!! What hypocrisy!

1:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The Danes claim to be fighting for human rights and democracy in Iraq, and then they behave like the Herrenvolk!! What hypocrisy!"

Is it not a violation of human rights to violate YOUR stokastic ideas of minimum wage and working conditions (but good enough so the people in mention found the job better than their alternatives). Its an entirely different discussion. What a joke this post is. Cosmic Muck:"oh dear, no company car in Iraq! And what about a home office and a better utilization of the Nepalese core compentences with team building exercises!" hahahahahahaha

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Cosmic Duck said...

Anonymous.

You're a bad example of the Herrenvolk mentality yourself.

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am glad to see that you cant even muster any arguments for your economical stupidity. Little friend, human rights has nothing to do with arbitrary feelings about satisfactory compensation.

Go on little man, show me the paragraph in the human rights that adresses hourly wages.

5:25 AM  

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