The moment Amazon bought Whole Foods, the following thing happened:
The assurance of lower grocery prices will be the future for every American.
Proof that Fast Company is Corrupt
It’s my suspicion that the hack writer, Douglas Rushkoff, had invested in other grocery store chains because not only did Amazon ensure your groceries would be lower, one other thing happened that day: the stock price of almost all other grocery store chains plummeted faster than Mexican water through a tourist.
Then again, liberals don’t typically have decent stock portfolios because they hate the financial freedom America used to enjoy. It’s probably only his envy of Amazon’s success that he despises so much. That’s why any company that achieves success is a company they want to obliterate. That’s also a reason why Ayn Rand wrote Atlas Shrugged decades ago.
Amazon Needs to Do What it Wants – The Giant Monolithic Monopoly Known as the Government Needs to be Broken Up
Why doesn’t the Left scream about reducing the size and breaking up the most intrusive, monopolistic, thieving, murdering (through welfare), organization in this nation?
It’s because hack writers such as Douglas Rushkoff cannot put one logical thought after another. These semi-human hacks want to break any and all large companies (except the publishing empires that own them) just as they want to break white American men. See a pattern? All they want to do is break things. They have no other agenda.
In letting him write these kinds of articles, it’s obvious Fast Company is a mobius strip: nothing but one-sided.