Καμμια συγκεντρωση.Απηργησαν τοπικο καταστημα εφοριας, καποιοι δασκαλοι στο Α Δημοτικο και ΔΕΗ (δουλεψε προσωπικο ασφαλειας)

Τραπεζες, ταχυδρομειο, ΟΤΕ, Κεντρο υγειας (ετσι κι αλλιως δουλευει παντα με ελαχιστο προσωπικο ασφαλειας), σχολεια, καταστηματα ολα ανοιχτα και δουλεψαν.

Κοληθηκαν αφισσες  και μοιραστηκαν προκηρυξεις σε χωρους δουλειας.

Οχι ο κοσμος δεν ειναι απληροφορητος.Απλα δεν πιστευει πως μπορει να βγει κατι .Δυστυχως οι Ελληνες σημερα σκυβουν το κεφαλι στην μεγαλη πλειοψηφια τους.Και σε αυτο βαρια η ευθυνη του Τσιπρα και της ομαδας του

Ετσι οπως εξελισεται ταχυτατα η ΕΕ ειναι μια μεγαλη παγιδα.Ηδη στην Θατσερικη πρωτοπορα Αγγλια συζητανε για συνταξη στα 70 απο 68 που ειναι σημερα. Στην Κορεα σημερα οι αντρες παιρνουν συνταξη στα 73 και οι γυναικες στα 71.Οποιοι ζησουν μεχρι τοτε και οπως ζησουν γιατι ποιος προσλαμβανει εργατη πανω απο 50 σημερα και γιατι.Καντε μια δοκιμη να πιασετε δουλεια και πειτε πως ειστε πανω απο 50.

Στο μεταξυ σκοτωνουν την εργατικη ταξη οπως την ξεραμε με τις κατακτησεις της.Μετατρεπουν τους εργατες δηθεν σε «ελευθερους επαγγελματιες»και αρα χωρις εργοδοτικες υποιχρεωσεις .

Στην Αγγλια οι «αυτο απασχολουμενοι» (μπλοκακι) εργατες αυξανονται ραγδαια (4,5 εκατομμυρια) 40% αυξηση απο το 2001.Και απο αυτους μονο το 10% μπορει να πληρωσει ιδιωτικη ασφαλιση λογω της χαμηλης αμοιβης στις δουλειες που κανουν(one in 10 self-employed people is making contributions into a private pension, with most saying they simply can’t afford it.).Οι υπολοιποι ειναι μελλοντικοι ηλικιωμενοι ζητιανοι.

Ετσι αυξανονται απο αναγκη οι ηλικιωμενοι που μενουν στην δουλεια με χαμηλο μισθο και μειωμενες αντιστασεις στην εργοδοτικη πιεση.Στερωντας θεσεις εργασιας απο την νεολαια που εχει ολο και ψηλοτερα ποσοστα ανεργιας.

Στην ηλικιακη ομαδα 55-64 υπαρχει αυξηση εργαζομενων που μενουν στην δουλεια  στην Γερμανια απο 45% σε  66% κατα την διαρκεια της τελευταιας δεκαετιας  και απο 31% σε 46% στην Ιταλια.

Οι συνταξεις θα καταργηθουν για τα παιδια μας.Παμε σε μια κοινωνια που οποιος ηλικιωμενος δεν εχει λεφτα να σωσει το τομαρι του θα πετιεται στα σκουπιδια.Κυριολεκτικα. Στην Αμερικη (In 2011 extreme poverty in the United States, meaning households living on less than $2 per day before government benefits, was double 1996 levels at 1.5 million households, including 2.8 million children.[11])που ειναι πρωτοπορα ειναι 47 εκατομμυρια ανθρωποι (17 εκατομμυρια παιδια)το 2014 κατω απο το οριο της φτωχιας (In 2014, 47 million people lived in Poverty USA. That means the poverty rate for 2014 was 15%.)ενω φτωχοι η με χαμηλο εισοδημα  ειναι οι μισοι Αμερικανοι ( half the population qualifies as poor or low income).Εξακοσιες σαραντα τρεις χιλιαδες αστεγοι το 2009 και προσεχτε οι μισοι απο αυτους ειναι ΕΡΓΑΖΟΜΕΝΟΙ.Ο πλανητης θα εχει συντομα ρεζερβες πλουσιων και απ εξω χωματερες ανθρωπων.Της μεγαλης πλειοψηφιας.Απλα τωρα ειμαστε στην αρχη.

Το αρθρο στον Γκαρντιαν

British workers will have worst pensions of any major economy

UK pension will be worth 40% of average pay, with a retirement age only matched by those in Ireland and Czech Republic, says OECD

Golden handshake, a retirement or leaving present of a carriage clock
Going for gold. Workers in the Netherlands and Austria can expect a pension worth 90% of pay. Photograph: Martin Godwin for the Guardian

Workers in the UK will have the worst pensions of any major economy and the oldest official retirement age of any country, according to the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development.

The typical British worker can look forward to a pension worth only 38% of their salary, once state and private pensions are combined. The Paris-based thinktank said on Tuesday that this compares with above 90% in the Netherlands and Austria and 80% in Spain and Italy.

Only Mexico and Chile offer their workers a worse prospect after retirement, although Turkey is the surprise table topper, giving its retirees an average pension equal to 105% of average wages, according to the OECD report.

The pensions workers are likely to receive as a percentage of their former salary

Workers in the UK will also have to toil for longer than anywhere else before they qualify for a state pension. Over the next two decades, the state pension age will move up to 68 in the UK, matched only by Ireland and the Czech Republic. In the rest of the developed world, even by the 2050s, the average retirement age will have moved up to only 65.5.

The French and the Belgians enjoy the earliest retirement. France is raising its state pension age from the current level of 62, but widespread early retirement means that, on average, French men and women stop work at 59.4 and 59.8 respectively, with the Belgians not far behind.

Koreans labour for longer than workers in any other OECD country. On average, men in South Korea work until the age of 72.9, while women do not stop working until 70.6.

Britain has begun an auto-enrolment scheme that will offer millions of low-paid workers a private pension for the first time. But with contribution rates low, the payouts will not be generous. Last week, the chancellor, George Osborne, gave employers a six-month delay to planned increases in their contribution rates.

Pensions expert Tom McPhail, of Hargreaves Lansdown, said: “This analysis makes embarrassing reading for the politicians who have been responsible for the UK’s pensions over the past 25 years.

“The state pension was in steady decline for years. Even though it is improving for lower earners now, average payouts will not be rising. It is in the private sector though where the real damage has been done; the collapse in final salary pensions has not yet been replaced with well-funded alternatives.”

The huge increase in the number of self-employed people in the UK is worsening the outlook for pensions. More than 4.5 million people are now self-employed, up 1.5 million in the past 13 years, with many in low-paid and precarious work, and few paying into a pension.

Research by Prudential to be published on Thursday reveals that just one in 10 self-employed people is making contributions into a private pension, with most saying they simply can’t afford it.

Vince Smith-Hughes of Prudential, said: “There has been a fundamental shift in the way people work in recent years, with the number of self-employed workers increasing by nearly 40% since 2001. But the step away from the security of salaried work also sees many workers giving up the benefits of company pension schemes and employer contributions.” Self-employed workers do not come under the government’s auto-enrolment scheme.

The OECD notes a striking change across the globe in the number of workers aged 55 to 64 who are remaining in work. In Germany, the employment rate for people in this age group has jumped from 45% to 66% over the past decade; it has risen from 31% to 46% in Italy.

While many European countries offer significantly better pensions than in Britain, the cost is now close to sustainable, said the OECD. In recent years, there have been frequent warnings about the “demographic timebomb” that will wreck the finances of ageing European nations.

But the OECD said: “The combination of higher pension ages, fewer options for early retirement, changes in the way benefits are calculated and more people working and contributing longer has greatly improved the financial sustainability of pay-as-you-go pension systems.” It said that the burden of paying pensions would rise from the current level of 9% of GDP to just 10.1% by 2050, with some countries even seeing reductions in spending.