To commemorate International Workers' Day, that most socialist of days, a wild-eyed South American firebrand Pope made a statement explicitly decrying wage-slavery in the wake of the horrific Bangladeshi garment factory collapse that killed more than 400 people. Supply Side Jesus weeps!
Let's see what this Argentine socialist said merely to insult the Masters of the Universe:
"Not paying a just [wage], not providing work, focusing exclusively on the balance books, on financial statements, only looking at making personal profit. That goes against God! How many times – how many times – have we read in 'L'Osservatore Romano' .... A headline that impressed me so much the day of the Bangladesh tragedy, 'Living on 38 euros a month': this was the payment of these people who have died ... And this is called 'slave labor!'. And today in this world there is slavery that is made with the most beautiful gift that God has given to man: the ability to create, to work, to be the makers of our own dignity. How many brothers and sisters throughout the world are in this situation because of these, economic, social, political attitudes and so on ... ".
What kind of moral authority does this guy think he has? He'll never be a god. Let's hear what a guy who will actually become a god has to say about the subject of wage slavery, and how awesome it is:
Again, I say, which of these two has the moral authority, Pancho from the Pampas, or a well-coiffed MotU who will someday become the god of his very own planet?