From comedians to cows, or barstools to birthdays: there is ALWAYS a business profiting
from plebs. Mundane workers are paid low wages. Customers are overcharged. Some billionaires
made their money via pharmaceutical companies; some millionaires utilised energy
businesses. Famous actors, authors, and artists are guilty of exploiting lesser humans.
Food and beverages are good examples of how fortunes can be made. A vulgar amount
of billionaires exist. Beneath the super-rich many upper-middle-class people are
also very wealthy. Trapped in poverty at the bottom of the heap you find countless
masses of fools. The majority of the human race is composed of unintelligent-poor-people
imprisoned in plebeian mental squalor. The purpose of poor fools is to maintain rich
lifestyles for The Privileged Elite. This is slavery. Dolts are exploited.
Andreas & Thomas Strunngmann depend upon sickness for their €5.93 billion riches.
Sale of medicines is very profitable for them. Via pharmaceutical investment they
have exploited ill people. All businesses are vile but entrepreneurial depravity
appears more shocking when people who need medicines are exploited. Critics say the
most beneficial medicine for the pharmaceutical industry is one that doesn't actually
cure people. Outright speedy cures would be bad for pharmaceutical commerce whereas
if the patient is forced to take a medicine year after year (without dying) this
creates large profits. Preventing symptoms worsening without actually curing the
patient is a fantastic money-maker. Contradictory priorities exist between patients
and pharmaceutical businesses. Truly effective medicines are not profitable therefore
miracle curatives are not likely to receive investment. Andreas & Thomas Strunngmann
are privileged to possess wealth of €5.93 billion. This huge wealth is understandable
because medicines are overpriced and workers are underpaid. Hexal is the name of
the company founded by Thomas and Andreas Strüngmann. Hexal has won awards for being
Germany’s best employer; but despite those awards the underpayment of plebs is common
during all stages of pharmaceutical production. Hexal implements social responsibility
programs donating money to sick children, but Hexal's "social responsibility" falls
far short of true responsibility. Pharmaceutical workers at the bottom of the pecking-order
suffer sharpest remuneration inadequacies. Pharmaceutical production involves various
jobs, at various pay levels. Consider the general hourly rate for medical scientists:
€25.63, chemists €17.74, supervisors and managers €17.42, service engineers €13.23,
chemical technicians €12.50, bio-technicians €12.21, equipment operators €11.03,
Inspectors, testers, and sorters €10.12, mixing, blending, and machine setters €9.17,
packers €7.61 (£6.00, $11.78, Yuan 80). This is why Andreas & Thomas Strunngmann
are privileged with sickening wealth of €5.93 billion. From earliest stages of chemical
processing to the end product bought by customers: the exploitation of subservient
humans creates riches for elite individuals.
Michael Otto is the king of the Mail Order business. His wealth is estimated to be
€11.5 billion. Michael Otto is undoubtedly a successful German billionaire. Unfortunately
one of his mail-order companies (Spiegel based in the USA) went bankrupt during 2002.
When Spiegel was suffering Michael Otto wilfully broke federal laws via concealing
the true financial picture of his business. Mr Otto was aware he would be fined for
his transgression but he didn't expect the severity of the consequences. His failure
to file an annual report with the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) incurred
a lengthy SEC investigation. The matter was finally resolved in 2006. Spiegel Co-Presidents
Michael Moran and James Sievers, Treasurer John Steele, Director Michael Crusemann,
CEO Martin Zaepfel, CFO James Cannataro, and Michael Otto were all reprimanded. A
disciplinary ruling decreed a permanent injunction prohibiting them from future violations
of federal securities laws. This verdict was accepted by the disgraced chiefs. The
ruling also imposed financial punishments... Moran, Sievers, Cannataro and Steele
were ordered to pay the civil penalty of €77,544 each. Otto and Crusemann both paid
penalties of €64,639, and Zaepfel paid a €109,837 penalty. These fines totalled slightly
over half a million euros (€549,291) but this punishment is peanuts for highflying
businessmen. The real penalty was the blot on their reputations. Otto defended his
actions by claiming that rather than attempting to mislead investors he was simply
attempting to save employee jobs. He said: "Everything I did was always based on
what was best for the company." The head of SEC Enforcement, Linda Chatman, takes
a different view and she said, "The Commission's action against the Spiegel directors
demonstrates that the Commission will hold those at the highest corporate ranks accountable
for their conduct. Directors who keep important financial information from the investing
public by purposely failing to file required financial reports will be sanctioned.
Shareholders and investors deserve to know the unadulterated truth." Workers employed
by Michael Otto receive a poor wage, and customers are overcharged. This is standard
business practice, but the Otto Group website states: “In our day-to-day activities,
we seek not only to advise and support our customers but to serve them in every way
possible. In pursuit of this goal, we continuously offer them excellent goods and
services at fair prices.” Otto and his family are rich (€11.5 billion) landowners
with extensive real estate therefore I believe their customers are overcharged and
employees are poorly paid. Wealth totalling €11.5 billion arises from unfair pricing.
Johanna Quandt is worth €16.41 billion due to BMW cars but the history of BMW is
truly shocking. The roots of BMW stretch back to the Nazi regime. Günther Quandt
owned a battery factory (Accumulatorenfabrik AG) supplying the Nazi war-machine with
batteries. Munitions were also produced at the Günther factory. Workers in the battery
factories were predominantly people from concentration camps. BMW has admitted 25,000
- 30,000 slaves (POWs and concentration camp inmates) worked at the Accumulatorenfabrik
AG factory. The slave labourers were not paid but sometimes €0.13 per hour for each
worker was paid into the SS treasury, which funded concentration camp exterminations.
Günter Quandt accumulated a bloodstained fortune during the war and this allowed
the Quandt family to become controlling BMW shareholders. 15 years after World War
2 Günter’s son (Herbert) invested heavily in BMW to revitalise a declining company.
The current success of BMW is clearly dependent upon the Quandts. The wealth of Johanna
Quandt’s is clearly dependent upon the hardworking slaves of Nazi Germany. The cruelty
inflicted upon BMW slave-labourers entailed whippings and they were also compelled
to drink water from toilets to quench their thirst. It is estimated around 80 slaves
would die each month working for Günther Quandt. After the war Günther Quandt avoided
prosecution for war crimes via maintaining a low profile. He also claimed he was
only a reluctant follower of the Nazis. All businesses earn their riches via the
toil of slaves. This history of BMW is unsurprising. Consider Johanna herself who
married into the Quandt family via Herbert Quandt. When Herbert died Johanna inherited
her fortune. Rich people never truly earn their money. During modern times (2003
- 2006) at one of BMWs' global plants (U.S.A. South Carolina) there was an official
investigation by U.S. Department of Labour. Conformity to Fair Labour Standards Act
compelled BMW to reimburse $629,869 to 1,224 workers because BMW had refused to pay
those workers for time they spent putting on safety clothing and walking between
work stations. Life is good if you are a superior human but most humans are exploited
plebeians. The Quandt family also own a controlling stake in the pharmaceutical giant
Altana. Unsurprisingly the family's holdings are worth an estimated €22 billion.
My final point is regarding Chief BMW Designer Chris Bangle. During 2007 Chris Bangle
was embroiled in a race row when he described a black BMW sports car in the following
terms: "It's kind of an axis of white power here; these are really strong white cars."
More than enough information has been presented here regarding German exploiters.
There is no need to detail the Herz family who posses a fortune of €13.1 billion
derived from the sale of coffee. Neither is there any need to itemise the corruption
of Karl & Theo Albrecht who are valued at €31.58 billion due to their empire of supermarkets.
These examples of typical billionaires have hopefully highlighted how all businesses
worldwide are stealing money. Beneath these billionaires are plentiful millionaires,
and then at the bottom of the heap hordes of common workers endure enslaved labour
to fund rich parasites. The worldwide phenomenon of dolt exploitation occurs in all
nations. Germany is not better or worse than any other country.