I mean...you're free to directly contest what I'm saying--if that inspired you. It wouldn't look like some embittered diatribe built on over-generalizations.
I'm not even following that first sentence. What's this structure of pejoratively placing freedom in scare quotes and then belting out "our freedom doesn't matter" in relation? At what point was force applied to make this voluntary agreement? The freedom to re-negotiate or walk is always there if said person feels undervalued. And talking about getting "screwed over" in this context is...kinda questionable. For all its faults, the UAW appears to be a collective that pushes for increased wages & benefits at a modest rate.
The reason I responded to begin with came down to the context of the UAW in particular. I just don't buy this whinging over companies being obligated to share their increased yearly or quarterly profits beyond their agreed-to negotiations. Execs & higher-ups took a gamble that paid off; and if it didn't, they're still on the hook to pay all their workers negotiated wages (as they should).
I'll be honest, I didn't even read your other posts. But sure, keep being a welcome mat for the corporate board room.