César Fernández-Stoll

César Fernández-Stoll
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Monday, April 22, 2013

iGate-RBC IT outsourcing just tip of iceberg: IDC - Page 1 - Government

iGate-RBC IT outsourcing just tip of iceberg: IDC - Page 1 - Government

Really! This matter is huge and of huge impact to every Canadian. Of course Canadian corporations are making a huge saving of costs and... What about the reasons for all this to be?
Nobody seems to care anymore about the actual source of the problem. Canadian corporations are too used to just swallowing the pill and adjusting to whatever is available for them to survive and make the living and of course, make huge profits. But then again, what about Canada and Canadians? The point is very simple and the answer is on how the establishment plays with the little one. Who is the establishment?
It is that complex mechanism built through many years of making that utopia, that fallacy, that fantasy, called collectivist elitism and which simply refuses even to correct itself. Instead it procreates into many flavours of corruption which makes the politicians protect themselves from scandal by giving only to those powerful enough to finance them or to bring them down, enough to maintain the silence deafening.

RBC and all of the other banks, receives huge subsides and nobody believes it, then where is really the true competition? The unions are in the same boat, if not then where is the real uproar for the trespass detected at RBC? Nowhere because in very typical union fashion, the uproar is called form those small enough as not to hurt the ones at the top. An the list goes on and on and it is called centralized government, because it works to keep the elites on the top. The worst part of all of this is that it makes really evident how little anyone at the media and at every other aspect of the Canadian society of the XXI century, really care about the people nowadays.
It is so insulting to find that at the end of the line this is called a democratic system and of course, everyone remembers that, I think it was Winston Churchill who said that democracy was full of errors but it was the best there is... Don't errors need to be corrected as opposed to just resigned to live with them? Yes there are many ways to correct them. For starters, let's make democracy work by eliminating most of the taxes and reducing the size of government a size that make the politicians finally work for the people and not the other way around. We all need to wake up to the truth. Canada has fallen and corruption has taken over and it is the worst kind because it is the one motivated by greed and not necessity.
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