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    #&$! America Video and Nestle Corp + NC Citizen message

    Supporters of ALIPAC:

    There are two important action items we need you to act on today.

    Item 1:

    If you are offended by very bad language, please do not watch this video. Protesters on our side have captured video of a Nestle Corporation contractor screaming insults against whites and Americans while hiring a large crew of illegal aliens to go work near food being prepared for your consumption. As you know, illegal aliens have not been screened for contagious diseases.

    Please consider watching this video and joining our ALIPAC activists as they reinforce the efforts to have this Contractor exposed, fired, and charged!

    Nestle Contractor caught on film hiring illegals and insulting Americans!
    http://www.alipac.us/modules.php?name=N ... e&sid=1623


    Item 2:

    If you are a resident of North Carolina and you DO NOT ALREADY RECEIVE OUR "Battle for NC" e-mails, please send an email to WilliamG@alipac.us with the subject line "NC List" as soon as possible. There are important things happening on the illegal immigration issue in NC that we do not bother our fine national supporters with.

    ALIPAC is one of the largest national organizations fighting illegal immigration and our largest supporter bases are in CA, TX, FL, NC, and CO. We have contributors in all 50 states! Since many of our founding members are in NC, we have some local efforts for our NC residents.


    THE ELECTIONS ARE TWO WEEKS FROM TODAY! EARLY VOTING HAS ALREADY STARTED! LETS GIVE IT ALL WE HAVE!


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    Some of these companies are not to bright. I spoke with a girl that works in a bar and she told me that they sell very little Miller beer. All the hispanics that come into the bar order Corona. They support mexican beer while companies like Miller support them.

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    Well this is one more product vendor I'm going to boycott.
    "Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting the same results is the definition of insanity. " Albert Einstein.

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    Nestle Labor

    Here's a section from Nestle's social responsibility report. Notice the "short term profit" line.


    Nestlé Corporate Business Principles
    The Nestlé Corporate Business Principles, incorporating
    our Corporate Governance Principles and Consumer
    Communication Principles, are the fundamental principles
    which all Nestlé associates are expected to follow and
    implement within the specifi c political, social and
    cultural context of each country. They include sections,
    among others, on Infant Health and Nutrition, Human
    Rights, Child Labour, Corruption and the Protection
    of the Environment.
    The Principles are built on key beliefs that include:
    > Nestlé’s business objective is to manufacture and
    market its products in a way that creates value that
    can be sustained over the long term for shareholders,
    employees, consumers, business partners and the
    national economies in which Nestlé operates.
    > Nestlé does not favour short-term profi t at the
    expense of successful long-term business development.
    > Nestlé recognizes that its consumers have a sincere
    and legitimate interest in the behaviour, beliefs and
    actions of the company behind the brands in which
    they place their trust.
    > Nestlé operates in many countries and in many
    cultures throughout the world. This rich diversity is
    an invaluable source for our leadership.

    Human Rights
    We are committed to respecting human rights in
    our business activities, and to avoid being complicit
    in human rights violations. In addition, through our
    business activities, we help to infl uence the human
    rights environment. For instance, in 2005 Nestlé Nigeria
    became the sponsor of a new national television series,
    aimed at creating greater religious and social tolerance
    and respect for human rights (see page 1.

    Labour Rights

    Our people
    Nestlé upholds freedom of association and the effective
    recognition of the right to collective bargaining, the
    elimination of all forms of forced and compulsory
    labour and the effective abolition of child labour and the
    elimination of discrimination in respect of employment
    occupation (UN Global Compact principles 3, 4, 5 and 6).
    Our people form the backbone of the Company, and our
    success is a refl ection of the professionalism, conduct
    and attitudes of our management and employees.
    The Nestlé culture is founded on a strong work ethic,
    combining integrity and trust, dignity and mutual respect
    – and a pragmatic rather than dogmatic approach.

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    Sounds like the same crap miller tried to feed us.
    "Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting the same results is the definition of insanity. " Albert Einstein.

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    I calmed down enough to write my letter. Yet when you hear their response it's the "global" mentality. We're just not all that important anymore. Fine, and I can definately do without Nestle.
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