To say that Americans don't want to work in factories is complete bullshit. Go to Detroit or Dayton and you'll find 1000s of workers who'd jump at those jobs, if there were any jobs. The factories closed and moved to Mexico and then Asia a long time ago because of dirt cheap labor. To say that there's no skilled labor in the US is only half bullshit, but still bullshit. It's only true in the fact that it takes factories to train workers. No factories, no skilled workers. It isn't as if Asians are born with the skills.
Now, if you want to talk willingness to work, then we have a more sensitive issue. In most of asia there aren't unions or laws that protect workers nor is there a minimum wage. So they either take this shitty job or that one. It's the unions, god love em, that drove the jobs out of the US, because factory owners are immoral and unethical and only care about the bottom line. It's a disease called greed what's killing us all. Blame wall st.
But what's this got to do with Korean IP theft and racism? China and korea have been stealing IP for decades. They've compromised the American market beyond the point of repair. Samsung crossed the line five years ago. Appeals to prejudice are more than acceptable here. Are the American courts not allowed to protect American companies? Korean courts certainly protect Koreans.Edited by robogobo - 2/9/14 at 5:23am