Jeff Bezos India mission not that successful


“Over five lakh traders staged protests across 300 cities in India opposing the visit of Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos on Wednesday. Led by the Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT), nearly 5000 different trade associations participated.” PHOTO/The News Minute

with $110 billion, Jeff Bezos is the richest person on this planet

he makes lots of money with workers’ sighs, sweat, and blood

many workers who work many hours live under debt or on welfare

his rabid love for money/power take him to foreign lands for more

this week, Bezos visited India to calm opposition to his Indian branch

he began his public relations mission by eulogy to M. K. Gandhi

“Just landed in India and spent a beautiful afternoon paying my respects to someone who truly changed the world. ‘Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.’ – Mahatma Gandhi.”

Gandhi must be thinking:

“After 72 years of freedom, India can’t rid itself of white imperialists.”

Bezos is pursuing money as if there was no tomorrow

learn he cannot because his brain is iClouded with greenbacks

giant corporations thrive on buying or burying small businesses

many small businesses have been wiped out due to Amazon & Flipkart

(Flipckart is owned by giant US-based retailer Walmart)

both giants are under investigation by India’s antitrust body

that’s the reason Washington Post/Amazon guy Bezos visited India

he flew kites with children, met film industry people, and wore local clothes

money makes people do so many things – with Bezos, it’s big billions

but Indian Prime Minister Modi refused to see him at all

and a minister criticized his offer of $1 billion investment, etc.

“We will use Amazon’s global footprint to enable US$10 billion in exports of Indian products to the rest of the world by 2025. Our investments in India will create an additional 1 million jobs across the country by 2025,”

why go so far to create so many jobs when there’s unemployment in the US

like every megalomaniac, Bezos wants to rule the world economically

Modi refused his offer, not because he doesn’t like money – local or foreign

it’s because Washington Post had criticized Modi’s inhumane policies

of the atrocious debacle in Kashmir,

his anti-Muslim & anti-students policies, and also

Modi and his supporters also want to become global rulers

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