This week I read about how some people think about Jeff Bezos, founder and owner of Amazon. “Over 60,000 sign petitions to stop Jeff Bezos from returning to Earth.” Many people think that when Jeff goes on a space trip, it would be a good idea for him not to return.
Now whether I see this petition as a sign on the wall, or as a mere practical joke, it is not very effective in terms of activism for change. Yes, Big Corp is a big problem. The power that multinational companies have gained, and the way they use it, is more than just troublesome.
That being said, what are we going to do about it? What am I going to do about it? What is the most loving and logical thing to do, to turn this situation around? I used to buy books at Amazon, and I don’t do that anymore. Whenever I can, I shop locally now, to avoid supporting Big Corp.
I vote with my money, because by withholding my money from companies like Amazon and Alibaba, they will lose their power and influence. And the more people choose to spend and invest their money outside of Big Corp, the more the power of Big Corp will crumble.
A switch from big corp to small corp will bring freedom back to the people. It will support the 99%, instead of the 1% which owns half of the world. Power to the People! And in this context, a great investment option in South Africa caught my eye, in which the investors, the farmers, and the company all benefit beautifully: Livestock Wealth.
“Crowdfarming™ is a simple way to help anyone buy & own real profit-earning assets, helping farmers grow and maintain assets until ready for market.
1. You buy the young asset (livestock or plant-based) from the farmer, through Livestock Wealth.
2. The asset grows in the farmer’s care.
3. The farmer buys back the fully grown asset at harvest time for a profit!”
I think this is both a good investment option and a reliable company. And I believe that it is balanced for everyone involved, unlike the Amazon’s and Alibaba’s of this world. So I will soon get involved with Livestock Wealth. You can already participate for 2000 Rand, which is only 140 Dollar. If this sounds interesting to you, please check out the four-minute video below.