And it came to pass that when the King was mocked by the Money Changers in The Temple for the treasury was empty and the empire was shrinking – even into dust, in a rage he sent 200 mercenaries, saying to them: 'lay waste to yet more of the lazy peasants in the villages for they maketh little and cost too much. Doeth it and I will enrich you'
And these peasants were sore afraid for they were blinded by Beelzebub who had closed their eyes to their goodness; pouring poisons into their ears saying ‘there is no work and no where to hide - you are not of our grade’. And many, groaning with a loud voice, said: ‘O Labour Market, receive us into thy bosom’. And lo many ads did suddenly appear in the vacancy pages and jobs were found – yeah even better than those they had left, in lands flowing with milk and honey. And a light shone about them, for the angel of the Market was with them, watching over them. They sung songs, and drank much in thanks for their salvation.
Here endeth the first lesson.