One Company at a Time is a movement. It is a movement aimed at restoring America back to its glory days when the future of the average, hardworking American looked bright. One Company at a Time is a very different kind of movement that really doesn’t require its participants to move at all in order to be active in the movement. Participation is not based on your physical participation; it is however based on your ability to exercise some discipline.
Hardworking Americans need a plan of attack. We need to be organized, and we all need to be on the same page because companies are organizing, and unfortunately many of our elected representatives are cooperating with them (Google A.L.L.E.C.). It is practically legal for elected officials in America to be bought now.
No longer can we afford not to fight back, because our future and the future of our children are at stake. Many jobs that once required only a high school diploma, are now preferring (and in some cases requiring) applicants to have a bachelor’s degree. The standards and the rules of even blue collar work is being changed before our very eyes. However, one thing that hasn’t changed, and that is, common Americans purchase more products than any other country in the world (even in hard economic times). About 70% of the U.S. economy is built on consumer spending.
It is now time for all of us to come together (Black, White, Latino, Asian, Indian, and all others). It is now time to send a message to some of these companies, and that message is: if you can’t operate in the U.S.A. in a fashion that helps to help maintain jobs for the Americans that are largely responsible for your wealth, then we will boycott your business for three months. A Company’s performance is under a magnifying glass each quarter of every year. Imagine how nervous a company would be if for three months a large percent of the American public decided not to patronize their business.
We all know there’s a problem. The question is, what are you willing to do about it? Are you willing to make a small sacrifice to change things? What’s the purpose of having a bunch of cheap, affordable luxuries for sale in the U.S. (made in China or India) if a large number of us can’t even find work, and those of us that are working stand more of a chance of being unemployed tomorrow? If Americans continue down this economically destructive path, many of us won’t have the luxury of deciding if we will buy Xbox, or Play Station because we’ll be too busy just trying to keep food on the table.
The beauty of this movement is, you don’t need to sacrifice any of your time. We won’t ask you to take time off work, or go door to door to spread the message (though spreading the message would be nice). We don’t expect you to march in protest to make our (and your) point. Please continue your life as you always have. Take your kids to day care. Go to work and earn a living. Go to the movies with your family and enjoy yourself. We only ask one simple thing of you; when we post the name of a company, do not patronize them for three months. We’re not asking you to never patronize them again. We simply ask that you not purchase a product, or not visit a particular store for three months.
We would also like to support our small businesses. Show large cooperation's that you're willing to pay a little more if the reward is a secure future for your children and your community! Politicians are too busy listening to, and representing their campaign contributors to truly represent normal, average Americans, so we must fight for ourselves. Don't be a spectator, join the fight! Our system is so corrupt, no one person or leader can help us. It's time to stop complaining and start taking action (see the documentary, ETHOS).
From August 1, 2014, through the end of the Christmas season, we ask every concerned American citizen to boycott Wal-Mart to send a unified message. Besides Wal-Mart’s refusal to supply quality jobs to the communities in which they build and operate, they are also a huge supporter of products made in third world countries, where the working conditions are deplorable. As a result, Wal-Mart makes huge profits, but offers their employees, which are a large part of their success, as little pay and benefits as possible. Wal-Mart is also a supporter of Emanate Domain, which allows them (with the support of local officials) to legally steal the property of others. Though, in many states, American citizens have been successful in fighting Wal-Mart, and their local officials, it is our belief that it is the Wal-Mart mentality that we (the American people) are in a constant battle with, and if we don’t fight back, with due-diligence, we will certainly loose. Please spread this link to all of your twitter followers, and on Facebook.
To learn more on Wal-Marts activities click on the following link: http://reclaimdemocracy.org/independent_business/walmart_eminent_domain.html