posted on Feb, 24 2004 @ 02:21 AM
Walmart is a classic example of a megacorporation. That aside, it should be noted that the NWO is a coming event, and the freemasons, illuminati, and
other power players are just those who wish to see their particular version of this event occur.
Walmart is a major power player, with extensive capital and retail resources. It can lean on politicians, and it controls entire markets. Basically,
Wal-Mart approaches smaller companies who make things like clothes, toys, ect. and say "Whichever one of you can offer us the most stuff at the best
price gets the contract." This creates a great of competition and removes the need for Walmart to buy smaller companies while maintaining control
over a large market share. X number of companies get in, and the ones who gunned for the contract are left high and dry. Now, Wal-Mart moves a LOT of
any given product any day, so smaller corporations are chained to Wal-Mart until they go bankrupt.
Let me explain: In order to maintain the quotas and undercut the competition, the corporation must cut into is own bottom line. So, if and when it is
let go by Wal-Mart, it has little capital to reinvest and usually goes under without a supplier. Wal-Mart maintains market control in this fashion.
It doesn't care if Lofwyr came by and burnt down all your merchandise, it only cares about the bottom line.
Another issue is its massive inventory system, which I suspect creates a database for customers in any given region, which makes it easy for Wal-mart
to direct items that will move to a given area and undercut bussinesses there. It can and has been done- they can and will sell prettymuch everything
they can there.
Control any amount of an economy, and you have power. Control a large portion fo it, and you have a lot of power.