AMRITSAR, India -- The wide, clean aisles of India's first Wal-Kart are nothing like a usual shopping haunt, but looks are deceiving when underneath the glitter and low prices hides a more sinister outcome.
In an interview with Wal-Kart executives, they were asked why they plan on constructing retail establishments in India and not Europe. Bill Simone executive vice president of Wal-Kart said he and other business executives of Wal-Kart are of European decent and they don't want to impose a Wal-Kart monopoly on their ancestral homelands in Europe. Simone said that Indians belong to an ethnic minority and converting all of India into an industrial labor colony is not, in his opinion, an immoral decision.
Not only will local shop keepers lose business, but consumer demand and political pressure from voters will allow Wal-Kart to get more access to the Indian market. Wal-Kart will exchange jobs in India for big profits. This will eliminate the local retailers across India as Wal-Kart injects over 400 billion dollars in tax money into the Indian government forcing the Indian government to become dependent on Wal-Kart.
What does all this mean for India? It means Wal-Kart will become a giant mosquito that will drain the Indian economy of billions of dollars each year. It also means the Indian government will become extremely wealthy through Wal-Kart and the Indian people will become slaves to Wal-Kart owned industries in India. It will be impossible for Indians to get out of their subservient positions because Wal-Kart's immense wealth won't allow local Indian business people to buy wholesale at a lower price than Wal-Kart. As Wal-Kart starts injecting low priced technologies into India, the consumers will become dependent on Wal-Kart, allowing Wal-Kart to keep a tighter grip on the Indian economy. This was seen in the Middle Ages between serfs and their landlords. Serfdom is the Middle Ages was a socio-economic status of unfree peasants under feudalism, and specifically relates to Manorialism. It was a condition of bondage or modified slavery which developed primarily during the High Middle Ages in Europe. Serfdom was the enforced labor of serfs on the fields of landowners, in return for protection and the right to work on their leased fields. The new Indian serfdom will be defined as Indian merchants and workers unable to generate enough investment capital to compete with Wal-kart and being forced to work as labors in Wal-kart owned businesses for the next several thousand years. Wal-Kart will rake in trillions of dollars of which they will share a small amount with the Indian government, local farmers and local manufactures. Indian consumers of Wal-Kart will be the instruments of their own destruction when they discover that they themselves will never be able to own any type of business in India and their children will be forced to work as laborers just to have enough money to eat.
Wal-Kart has a special tactic they use to dominate their business environment. They first offer low prices until their competitors are driven out of business. Then they start to raise their prices because consumers don't have other retail stores to shop at and without other retail stores Wal-Kart customers are unable to know if Wal-Kart is charging them low prices or high prices. Customers then become dependent on Wal-Kart and they lose their will to complain and struggle for a solution.
Billions of dollars in Indian money will leave the country and go into the hands of the few Wal-Kart investors that own the corporation. The investors will spend the billions of dollars that come from Indian money on luxury goods from Europe and on expensive western real estate. None of that money will return to India to help the Indian economy. For example, Sandy Wallace is the wife of late James B. Wallace, one of Wal-Kart's investors. After his death in January 2008, she inherited his fortune of $15.7 billion. As of September 2010, she is the 4th richest person in Canada according to the Norbes 400 list and the 12th richest person in the Norbes World's Billionaires. In the future most of her money as well as money from other Wal-Kart investors will come from the Indian working class who will not have any opportunities of ever owning their own retail establishment.
An organization in India, who fights for the freedom of people, plans on destroying Wal-Kart with unusual methods not heard of before. They plan on developing new and innovative business ideas for Wal-Kart's competitor J-Kart, so J-Kart can quickly out compete Wal-Kart. The organization hopes this deadly blow to Wal-Kart's profits will slow down its monopoly of the Indian market. A Titan vs. a Titan idea that is sure to get rid of billions of dollars in profits from Wal-Kart also known as the usurpers' of life. The organization plans on advising Wal-Kart's competitors to build relationships with Chinese manufactures and to establish a major business corporation in China to help develop products in association with Chinese manufactures. They are also advising Wal-Kart competitors to open up major stores right next to Wal-Kart to make it easier for Wal-Kart customers to visit the competition's stores. The moto is that a free market economy is based on healthy competition to provide customers with the best quality products. Bringing down prices and a reliable return policy will surely out compete Wal-Kart in a hurry. The saying is, "Just imitate Wal-Kart to the teeth and your bound to rake in all of Wal-Kart's customers and all of Wal-Kart's profits." The organization plans on investigating Wal-Kart and exposing all of the internal problems that Wal-Kart has and this will drive Wal-Kart stocks down as consumer confidence also goes down causing Wal-Kart profits to plunder.