December 10, 2011


If you're unfamiliar what the definition of 'globalization' is, it essentially means that a bunch of corporations partner up with a friendly government and conspire to bleed that country dry of it's wealth and resources. As the few wealthy elite at the top hoard the nation's wealth and resources, the vast majority of people at the bottom suffer. When you watch how the United States and England 'globalized' Indonesia, you see how this game really works and how they are currently applying these same practices worldwide, including here in the United States. Educate yourself and do whatever is necessary to hold these scumbags accountable. #OccupyWallStreet


Anonymous said...

Look at the tags on every piece of clothing that you're wearing right now. They are all most likely made overseas. If you're bitching about this type of system, then why aren't you wearing all American made clothing?

Snickerdoodles McPoppycock said...

I think the main reason is because, thanks to globalism, almost all manufacturing jobs, especially the clothing industry have been outsourced to other countries.The remaining options leave Americans to either buy products that support sending American jobs overseas, or buying American-made products that are nearly impossible to find and way more expensive.

Anonymous said...

I agree, but the whole point of my comment was to imply that the problem doesn't get solved by greedy corporations. It gets solved when consumers smarten up and use their knowledge to buy items that are ethically made. An American Apparel(I know, I know) tshirt is way more expensive than a sweatshop T, but the money spent on that tshirt goes toward a better standard of living.