The job descriptions for these two positions clearly stated that they involved monitoring and stymieing "labor organizing threats" both at Amazon and Whole Foods Market, the latter of which is now owned by Amazon.
Before they were removed by the company for specious reasons, the two job postings were picked up by critics of the multi-billionaire who spread them around in an effort to show people the ugly truth about Bezos, who only wants himself to be wealthy and nobody else.
"The job post was not an accurate description of the role – it was made in error and has since been corrected," the company announced after the open positions were systematically vanquished from the internet.
Screenshots, however, are still available, showing that Amazon is spending gobs of cash to prevent Amazon and Whole Foods employees from organizing for fair pay. If Bezos succeeds, nobody within his monopolistic empire will ever earn a living wage, and will forever be paupers while he accumulates even more billions.
According to Bezos, any attempt at labor organization by Amazon or Whole Foods employees represents a "threat" against the company, and must be stopped. This would have been – and probably still will be in a more discrete way – what Amazon's "intelligence analysts" will be tasked with accomplishing.
Amazon had earlier said the two roles are "vital to ensuring that Amazon operations leadership have access to actionable intelligence that informs decision making on a global scale."
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As it stands currently, workers at Amazon and Whole Foods have no recourse to voice complaints or concerns about the unfair working conditions they are forced to endure. Back in April, Amazon actually fired three of its employees for talking about the company "negatively" on Twitter.
Emily Cunningham, Bashir Mohamed, and Maren Costa were all canned after tweeting about how employees are being mistreated at Amazon, especially since the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) plandemic was declared.
In response to public outcry, Amazon issued a statement claiming it supports "every employee's right to criticize their employer's working conditions, but that does not come with blanket immunity against any and all internal policies."
According to Amazon, it had no choice but to fire these three employees because they "repeatedly violat[ed] internal policies."
Mohamed specifically was sent packing "as a result of progressive disciplinary action for inappropriate language, behavior and violating social distancing guidelines."
Last we checked, so-called "social distancing" is backed not by science but by fear-mongering and a lust for power and control. There is no evidence to suggest that it does anything other than isolate employees and create difficult working conditions, making already underpaid positions even more miserable.
"The guy worth 200 billion just can't compete if workers make a living wage. Times are hard!" joked one Zero Hedge commenter, highlighting the insatiable greed of Jeff Bezos, one of the richest and most evil cretins on planet earth.
Another, explaining what so-called intelligence analysts do, revealed that their job duties are technically illegal, hence why Amazon deleted the postings after they went viral.
"Intelligence analyst is a person who has unauthorized access to private data in order to increase the profits, or market position, of their employer," this person wrote, to which another responded, "Bozos is a lizardman."
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