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Wave of shock and outrage over Volkswagen's emissions deception reveals incredible gullibility of young, trendy consumers; VW's real history traces back to Adolf Hitler's Third Reich


(NaturalNews) The wave of shock and outrage being expressed right now over Volkswagen's emissions deception only proves one thing: Young, trendy consumers are incredibly naive and uninformed when it comes to how global corporations really operate.

Those of us who have long covered the fraud and criminality of the corporate world -- Monsanto, Enron, Arthur Anderson, Pfizer, Merck, etc. -- aren't surprised one bit by the fact that Volkswagen commited large-scale fraud to swindle customers and deceive government regulators. This is practically the entire business model of Monsanto, Syngenta and other biotech companies. Vaccine manufacturers, too, are engaged in wholesale scientific fraud, knowingly selling faulty products that actually cause outbreaks rather than halting them.

Drug companies invent fake diseases (like ADHD) in order to sell drugs to people who don't need them. The entire ADHD diagnosis is a complete fraud, having no basis whatsoever in biology, lab testing or brain scans. And media corporations deliberately lie to the public every day, creating and promoting false narratives to push their political agendas.

Corporations LIE... that's their business model

Anyone who expects corporations to behave with anything resembling integrity is a fool. As Volkswagen just demonstrated yet again, corporations will commit whatever fraud they think they can get away with. This is true even for "trendy" companies loved by hipsters on the political left.

Consumers on the left, by the way, are emotional decision makers. They buy Volkswagens and iPhones because of a "feeling" about the companies that make them. These feelings have no basis in fact, of course: They are entirely contrived and engineered by the corporations themselves via P.R. and advertising campaigns. Behind the feel-good imagery of focus group-tested advertising and social engineering campaigns lie unethical, evil corporations that run slave labor factories and openly lie to their own customers.

Volkswagen's origins are found in the Third Reich

Volkswagen's origins, of course, are rooted in the Third Reich and Adolf Hitler. It was Hitler who helped give rise to the company, touting it as a pioneer in bringing affordable automobiles to the (obedient) masses. "Both Volkswagen and Porsche had close connections with the Third Reich. It was Ferdinand Porsche who designed the 'people's car,' the legendary VW Beetle, in 1934. Adolf Hitler was so taken with the engineer he declared him 'brilliant.'" reports Der Spiegel.

But if you ask a trendy young person today what they know about Volkswagen, you'll find they're completely clueless about the company, its origins, its ethics and the history of its fraud.

Similarly, most Americans have no idea that IBM provided key technology to the Third Reich, supplying the Hitler regime with the punch card systems that tracked Jewish prisoners to be exterminated in mass genocide.

Bayer, too, is a company rooted in the Third Reich and mass medical experiments carried out on Jewish prisoners. Bayer was once part of the IG Farben chemical conglomerate that was broken into three companies following the World War II war crimes tribunals. One of those three became Bayer, and its Chairperson actually served prison time for crimes against humanity.

It turns out that every time some uninformed mom in America buys some Bayer aspirin for her child, she's actually supporting a corporation that's deeply rooted in the Hitler regime and the extermination of Jews.

Apple, Volkswagen and Bayer sell products to the dumbed-down masses who know nothing about the real world

When people purchase products from Apple, Volkswagen or Bayer, they are openly admitting how incredibly ignorant they are about the real world.

These three corporations are rooted in dark, evil practices that exploit and destroy human lives for profit.

In fact, I dare say that driving around a VW while using an iPhone is a parade of stupidity from easily hoodwinked people who think they're "green" or "trendy" but are actually ignorant and gullible.

Informed people who care about humanity don't support companies like Apple, Monsanto, Volkswagen, Merck or Bayer for the same reason that they don't support Adolf Hitler, the Third Reich and the Holocaust.

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