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Mar 17 2018

French Baker Fined for Working Too Hard

In a country that has completely succumbed to moonbattery, hard work is not merely discouraged; it is forbidden:

A French baker was fined €3,000 (£2,650) for working too hard after he kept his bakery open seven days a week during the summer of 2017.

Cedric Vaivre, 41, broke the country’s labour rules by keeping the only bakery in the town of Lusigny-sur-Barse open to serve tourists.

The more people work, the more wealth is created for the government to expropriate. But that’s economics, which moonbats cannot grasp. They believe that wealth is a static pie that dropped from the sky, and people who work too hard will get more than their fair share.

On a tip from Steve T.




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