Rebuttal to your two reasons.
Fundamental reason one:
If the employer could not fire who he wanted, or hire who he wanted by regulation from the state, that would mean that we are threatening that employer with fines and violence. This act is not moral and has nothing to do with a free society.
A free society anyone can start a business, hire who they want, and take any job they want, as long as the employer also wants that person as a worker.
You frame it as this is something bad, but nothing can be further from the truth, because all other instances of this requires the use of violence against people to get them to do what they want, and that is not freedom that is socialist.
Fundamental reason two:
No there is no exploitation, the worker chose the job, and the employer chooses what he wants to sell HIS products for.
"the worker only compensated enough"
The worker is compensated according to the contract they signed up for when taking the job, if you dont want that low a salary then dont take that low of a salary.. this is what freedom means.
"Therefor as to keep working"
Just as the employer has, you need to work to earn money to buy food.. how are you going to get around this basic concept..
"Capitalism makes you compete for labor"
No the state makes you compete for labor due to regulations of starting a company.
If the country was free then you could start your own company and rival any company at any time you want. But because the corporations and state has allied themselves against the people, we dont have capitalism, we have corporatism. Huge change and I cant believe this channel cant grasp such a basic concept.
End of rebuttal, and a few statements of my own.
What you are describing is a free system called capitalism that has been regulated by the state for the benefit of the few at the expense of the masses.
Capitalism is a system based on the free choice that all people have a born right to have. To limit people, like the state does on a daily basis is unmoral, and they have corrupted all systems in USA to also be unmoral.
The base philosophy of Capitalism could not be more equal, fair, just and free. That is because you have no rules, witch means that all free people can make whatever choice they want, who they want to hire, where they want to work and live aso.
To put restrictions on this is to force people to make certain choices and that is deeply immoral.
Im mostly sad for this channel, I have been watching this for some time now and I thought that they actually did their research, but this obvious wrong statements from them made me question their research on all other topics they have covered..
Wage slavery is where a state forces certain restrictions and certifications on the people, granting who they want to create companies and how you can make money.
You have the dilution of freedom because you can apply to many different jobs and move around, but by this system you are always forced to take a job that the state has approved, meaning you are not really free at all.
It is speculated that slavery was shut down to accommodate this system because workers produced so much more with the illusion of freedom then in chains.
You will see this illusion break down as time goes on because the system is already set up and all the worlds countries depends on this system, so to change it now is impossible.
Only by bypassing it can we be free, bitcoin is a good start, but when the dollar fails, I hope people makes the right choice this time.