Wal*Mart Policy: Prey on the Poor

December 11, 2013

Profit from Poverty! How’s this?

Uninspiring: Walmart

Uninspiring: Walmart (Photo credit: Patrick Haney)

Wal*Mart has shown great concern for the poor of the world.  They use the American poor and needy, perhaps unskilled and uneducated, and pay them $7.25 per hour. This is good!

These people do not get full-time work – 25-30 hours per week. Salary range $180 – $215 per week. What can a family of four do with an average of $200 per week? Not much, except buy food. Where do they buy food?

Where do these poor, unskilled people spend their money? At their employer’s empire! Wal*Mart showed good business sense in selling food – opening food markets – in their stores. Their employees work there, shop there, sleep in the stock room or between the vegetables.

A protest in Utah against Wal-Mart

A protest in Utah against Wal-Mart (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Their employees can not afford to shop at fancy supermarkets, so they collect their wages and spend it right in the grand isles of Wal*Mart.

This is almost like the slave plantations of the past. Slaves on plantations worked for food. Workers at Wal*Mart work for food!

Wal*Mart business policy is simple to understand. What comes in stays in. Prey on the Poor. Keep the poor – poor. Profit from poverty.

English: simulated Wal-Mart logo

English: simulated Wal-Mart logo (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Wal*Mart is living the American Dream. Upward mobility is for the rich. The poor be damned!

New Department opened at Wal*Mart:  Slaves for sale. Cheap labour by the hour. Minority rights redefined. Develop plantation mentality. Free classes on exploitation, oppression, and slave trade. Call the heirs & board of directors to sign up.



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