Okay, so here’s my analysis of Can Capital‘s recent press release regarding the challenges they see facing today’s small businesses.
First, who are small businesses? They are you – you the citizens who live in your small town, village, or city – who provide the products and services that you need or want to live on this planet.
Who are they not? The large multinational, globalist (and oftentimes foreign-owned) corporations who provide more services to the local markets than YOUR local or regional small business, and who also keeps money in the pockets of our increasingly corrupt politicians and media.
Cap Capital stated the following as challenges this year for small businesses:
- Changing Environment (i.e. over-regulated)
- Minimum Wage and other Employee Laws
- Digital marketing and e-Commerce
I really wasn’t surprised by their report. I believe their fifth and final point is debatable, because many small businesses actually may do better without much internet marketing or digital resources, depending upon the size of their town and the nature of their businesses.
Would globalists benefit if small businesses were pushed into the sea? If they took over most villages’ markets, would it help them? And if many are foreign-owned, do their loyalties lie with your nation or their own? If they are growing and monopolizing local markets, then who is causing this? WE are. We purchase their products, because they are nice and shiny and cost less, thanks oftentimes to the globalists’ third world sweat-shops.
Should small businesses despair? While globalists have most of the markets, they also tend to waste greatly and “big” is much harder to manage and keep accountable. Therefore, local small businesses can do the work better, more efficiently, and the real awesome part? Whatever you spend in your local economy turns into more prosperity for you and your local citizens and also into more jobs for you and your local citizens.
I have walked across the floors of a large global bank located in the United States. I had access to many of their buildings and worked in their teams for years. You could walk and walk and walk across one floor alone lined with cubicles and see hundreds of workers. I did so once and every name I saw on the cubicles were from a certain Asian country. Our teams hired executives and managers from foreign countries as well, They also outsourced much of their work to companies in foreign countries. In other words, we are seeing millions of jobs being given to foreigners both in our country and out of our country. These are some of the largest corporations in the world which many of you reading this article support with your dollars every day, and they are outright giving YOUR jobs to other countries. You are not benefiting, but many of you continue to support them. This is not hearsay – I’ve seen this first hand as manager in corporate America for many, many years.
If we limit globalists to one region and close down our borders (i.e. axe the “Free Trade” agreements), you will see jobs flow back to our country and to your city. Globalist Corporations today are a landscape of socialism in that many of their workers have “cooler breaks” all day while others work night and day; yet, everyone still gets paid the same. Small businesses have more accountability.
FINAL SUMMARY – the government should eliminate the following
- Minimum wage laws
- Leftist regulatory laws
- Free-Trade agreements
- Global Footprints (limit corporations to one local region)
- Unemployment and Social Security (privatize this)
- Thousands of wasteful government offices
- The fake “War on Terrorism” (i.e. un-Holy War)
- Homeland Security (unneeded fascism)
- The NSA (unneeded fascism)
- The TSA (redundant of local law enforcement)
- The IRS (unneeded fascism)
- The Federal Reserve (unneeded fascism)
- The CIA (redundant of military)
Then the economy will flourish. Many of these things, Ron Paul wanted to do. No wonder the globalists hated him. We have few left who want to really change the way things are today. Rand Paul is not identical to his father, so we will see whether he runs for office and how he stands on such issues. Best wishes in 2016, America!
It’s not that we don’t know what should be done, but it is that there are more powerful fascists in the world who want to control everything about our lives. One step in the right direction is to support local businesses instead of your favorite “BIG brands”. It’s not a solution, but it’s a start.