Film Reveals Abuse of Workers

This is my first-ever movie review, and ladies and gentleman this film is a doozie! Wal-Mart: The High Cost of Low Price.

Since you are reading Convoy you may already know some information about Wal-Mart, but after seeing this movie you will know ALL the dirt! For a small investment of $12.95 and 98 minutes of your time you can be a part of stopping this huge worldwide greed machine. This film was created to get the word out to our friends and families about the true facts on Wal-Mart, not just the low prices and smiley face on TV.

One of the best parts is when they interview ex-managers of Wal-Mart who have done such evil things towards the workers and society that they must confess so as not to take it with them to their graves. For example, they would ride through town and bet how long each Mom & Pop store would last before going under.

You see how towns brace and prepare to battle the onslaught of the huge greed machine Wal-Mart, but then find their own state and federal taxes are used against them.

This is a true story that proves we all must work together and stop this corporate dog and tame it with the power of the union.

Be sure to go to www.walmartmovie.com or call 800-525-8212 to buy the movie or find film screening nearest you. You will never shop the same way again. Also go to www.walmartworkersrights.org to hear the Garth Brooks tune “I’ve Got Friends with Low Wages.”
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