posted on Oct, 16 2012 @ 02:54 PM
Want things to change?
Stop spending money with these corporations. There are now lists of them available for anyone to look through, boycott them, or join a protest outside
Trust me when I say that when it comes down to the crunch, people will act against these businesses. They might think that they saved themselves some
billions, but their long term profits and business will be harmed thanks to this.
Imagine that the people of the UK actively attacked this corporation. Imagine that every time they passed, instead of walking in people spat on the
door. Imagine that in five years time Starbucks is forced to close its last shop in the UK because no one wants to work for them, no one wants to buy
their coffee, they're having to defend themselves every day and clean up the mess outside their doors from protesters...
That could happen to all of these companies, and unless they act NOW to redress the theft (that's what it is, let's not sugar coat it) then they
will sink in this country.
It might start through peaceful protest and boycotts, but who do they think will be targets when the SHTF and the riots start?
Some might think that people have no power, and to that I ask you to go and buy a copy of the Sun in Merseyside.
Of course, the government needs to change the tax laws too and prevent this from happening, but that's a different argument that will be mentioned a
lot more during protests in the coming months.