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Introducing Mikkel Clair Nissen


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I don't share a lot of other things on the web but this guy from Denmark is so forth right and tells it like it is living under socialism and he also writes beautifully.

Mikkel Clair Nissen




In the first video in this series Mr Nissen is upset about a poster stating a McDonald's worker in Denmark makes $21.00 and a McDonald costs only 56 cents. Mr Nissen doesn't doubt that the worker makes $21.00 and hour but he says the burger costs $6.00. He then goes on to say that minimum wage is 17.00 an hour and that if you want to go into a business producing a product, you can't afford to have it produced . Mikkel Clair Nissen believes that the minimum wage has one single agenda  - the Marxist agenda of destroying private business. He says there is one company in Denmark which monopolizes everything and that company is called the Danish government, which is where we are going in Maine. We still have private businesses in Maine but for the most part all Main Street business are excluded from the legislature's "targeted sector" to whom our state legislature is transferring the profits gained from the fruit of the labor of the general Maine taxpayer.

Maine has a publicly funded workforce training for targeted sector businesses, which is the sector of the economy served by the corporation of Maine. The University of Maine was declared to be a corporate instrumentality of the state in 1981 and today houses state manufacturing at the Advanced Manufacturing Center at the University of Maine Inc. Businesses in the UN-targeted sector , such as Andersen Design, have to pay to train our own employees, which in a job involving many different sorts of skills, means that one usually loses money on an employee while training them and so it is true that if minimum wage were raised to the rate that the socialists in this country are demanding, we would either have to radically increase the price of our product or hire only people already trained in our skills, which given the uniqueness of many parts of our process is impossible, or export production to global low wage labor markets. If the minimum wage is conflated into a "living wage" and is raised to the heights that some are advocating, then those workers currently already making a minimum wage would have to have their wages raised as well or else it would be like a communist country in which all workers get exactly the same thing and there is no relationship between the value that an employee provides to the employer and what that worker is paid. This is a system which historically does not work.

Below is another mini-timeline which is included in A Maine Citizen's Journey Through The Statutes of Transformation, which  can be had by sending a contribution ( min $10.00 suggested but whatever you can afford) to mackenzie@andersenstudio.com via PayPal. All the links are active in that doc. What I am presenting here is a screen shot taken from the timeline: This shot shows that Maine is headed to become another Denmark as described by Mikkel Clair Nissen


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