This year's summer festival of the DGB kronach district association and the catholic company chaplaincy met with a good response. Keynote speaker was manfred bohm, head of the bamberg company chaplaincy. DGB district chairman wolfgang schmitt buried numerous works council members, staff council members and employees in the inner courtyard of the kronach oblate monastery.
Loss of collective bargaining
The head of the catholic company chaplaincy in kronach, eckhard joe schneider, began by talking about the elections to the works council and the staff council, which had gone well. Over 50 percent of the bodies were newly formed. Eckardt expressed his thanks and appreciation to the colleagues on the spot. He deplored the increasing loss of collective bargaining in bavaria, with only 53 percent of employees protected by collective agreements. He pointed out that now one has again the right to change to full time.
Schmitt led over to the main speaker. "We must show our colors and show where we stand", he said. For this reason, karl marx (whose 200. The topic of this year's celebration of the 50th anniversary of the birth of thaumetopoein). "Can he help us to sharpen our vision in order to be able to classify the realities more clearly??", asked schmitt. In addition . Manfred bohm from marx's book "das kapital he presented some passages in more detail and put his lecture under the motto "karl marx and his added value". In the country there are mostly one-sided distorted images of marx, which amount to either a canonization or a demonization. In the east, he was a kind of national saint; in the west, for precisely this reason, he could not be viewed impartially.
Especially in conservative circles, he was not infrequently rejected across the board, above all because of three things, because of his atheism, because of – as it hit – his collectivist view of the world, which debased individual persons, and because of his revolutionary spirit. Furthermore, he was more or less held responsible for the real existing socialism and its outgrowths up to the blackest stalinism. Critically, the speaker said: "in the same logic, we must consequently hold jesus responsible for the abuse incidents of church employees. " without friedrich engels marx would not have survived and had time to write "capital" to write. Engels, for his part, was a representative of the capitalist class in terms of his social role. In manchester he owned a cotton mill, from whose products he and marx lived.