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Fuel me once

The cost of shipping is not covered by cheaper Red Chinese wages -- it is covered by bank loans from the fractional reserve banking system. Amazon wouldn't exist today if it weren't for years of being propped up by bank loans while it failed to generate profits. Small businesses in America don't get that luxury. Multinational corporations get the loans from the globalist banks. The largest shareholder of BP, for example, is Chase bank, with 27.7% of the stock. For every $1 an American labors for and deposits in Chase bank, Chase has $10 to subsidize BP to fuel that ship carrying potatoes and corn out of Red China. That's how the system works. Economics 101 is for the plantation workers, so they keep picking cotton.