In 1987 the then Ark gov's wife, partner in the states largest, most corrupt law firm and WAL-MART BOARD MEMBER was quoted in the Ark Democrat as she floated the early version of her "global economy"(for the rich) stupidity we were all beat to death with during the 1990 charade which exported the investment required by a generation of Americans to fuel their dreams to the coffers of the Central Committee of China's COMMUNIST party. All to avoid paying a living wage. "Realities of Globalism" she said, to compete with slaves.
Media reports of the early 1990's listed Communist China's People's Liberation Army woes due to Communism's historically proven failed economics and a nearly bankrupt central government. Boots for every other soldier, guns for half their men with only 5 BULLETS PER GUN, no real navy and precious little effective air forces. Command was antiquated as were communications, nuclear capacity and field armor with moral tanked due to nonpayment of salaries throughout the conscripted service of the PLA. The student uprising of 1989 by unarmed citizens seeking their liberty nearly defeated the PLA but was brutally repelled with an excess of 10000 murdered students in the streets of China's capital. Point is the people nearly won. It seamed a near certainty that the world would soon be blessed by a free China, perhaps by the turn of the millennium. 1994 saw the realization of a dream of capitalizing from tyranny while undermining freedom and avoiding living wages by a small group of Arkansas traitors when Bill Clinton, acting as a WMT lawyer while President of USA, extended "favored nation" trading status to the enemy of freedom Communist China. And at a time when Communism was thought all but dead on the world stage.
This is an explosive book that is ripe with controversy. It wasn't intended to be as provocative as it turned out to be but this book seemed to write itself and it's author was just along for the ride. And what a ride! When beginning this project my primary motivations were to attempt to serve my God and nation and be true to my word to Wal-Mart chairman Rob Walton to "tell this story the way that I know it and tell it to everyone". "This story" referring to my first hand, twenty year account of the inner workings and labor struggles of the American retail company Wal-Mart. So my focus was very narrow but still a huge challenge personally as I am neither a writer nor am I wealthy enough to fund such an adventure. The group of peoples behind this company have had a very long time with near limitless resources, employing the brightest minds they could purchase, to insulate and protect themselves from ever accounting to any authority for the conduct of the company itself under their direction. The rewriting of contemporary history as it happens to reflect only this small group of individual's interests, ignoring the interests of the population as a whole, is at this point a well oiled machine. In the press, in academia and in politics money has won every debate without saying a sensible word.
So it seamed that if the truth as to the economic history and political corruption that enabled Wal-Mart to become the world's largest company were ever going to be publicly known, someone had to recount it. And after twenty years of fighting for ethics reform behind the scenes within Wal-Mart itself it seamed just the next natural step along my journey to do this at this time.
I am a very blessed man. For me, to deny or fail to acknowledge the higher power that governs the affairs of men would be ridicules and insulting to my Creator. Throughout my life one constant has always remained, God IS. This enables me to attempt the impossible with total confidence in success as failure is not of God. The first chapter in this book is offered as an example of what free people, in defense of their own, can do when their back's are against a wall. My only connection to the events described in chapter one is my birth date, June 5, 1967.
My life, however irritating to others, is valued by my God and He will not waste me in vain. So in the open faith of my Lord I present for your consideration my first-hand account of How Hillary & Wal-Mart Saved Communism!