The High Cost of Low Price
Apart from the usual White whining and overt moral degeneracy that happens when Whites experience a regular Western recession that they have caused, this is an excellent exposé of Wal-Mart. Their business model is so short-term that one wonders how they have become so rich. But one does not wonder why they are so popular. The obvious answer is that their prices are so low that they are popular with the millions of US poor: ‘Plantation Capitalism’ backed up by the fallacy of trickle-down Capitalism.
The question this documentary does not answer is why Whites are so obsessed with making money that they forget to have a reason for making the money in the first place. What, after all, is the point of being a billionaire if you have no real human relationships to make that money meaningful? Is it just so they can be lonely in comfort?