Thursday, February 2, 2017

County Board's Latest Corporate Welfare Recipient Will Have to Answer in Court for Child Slavery

Hey Yupette,
Another month, another corporation Arlington Economic Development is poaching by offering corporate welfare deals they can't refuse. This time it's Nestle', an international corporation capitalized at $250 Billion.

Did Economic Development and the Limo Liberals who run County County Government know that Nestle' is being sued for child slavery in Africa and the U.S. Supreme Court just ruled that the plaintiff's case can go to trial?

Check out this YouTube video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7LEHtMNgTbM

Meanwhile County Government can't gentrify essential small business out of the County fast enough.

Thank you for your blog.

Don, 22201

31 Comments:

At 02 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Translation: People's Republic of California told Nestle' it's no longer welcome and Nestle' should move its U.S. headquarters somewhere else, like the Democratic People's Republic of Arlington.

 
At 02 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Monday Properties which owns the almost-empty building at 1812 N. Moore Street got a big gimme from the County as well.

 
At 02 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Same kids who drank bacteria-contaminated infant formula?

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Arlington County can't get rid of small business fast enough. Four Mile Run Valley will be completely de-industrialized for parks, recreation, and performing arts.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just another wonderful activity by another multi-national that exploits the Third World. Another reason why 1.3 million legal and illegal immigrants find their way to the USA every year.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The County Board doesn't want anyone pulling items off the monthly meeting consent agenda because the County Board spends so much time in closed meetings on give-away deals that it doesn't have time to discuss stuff like saving more affordable housing that's close to being affordable.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Economic Development"? You mean poaching companies from other jurisdictions at the cost to taxpayers of $40 million per relocation?

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anyone see what Nestle's corporate headquarters building in Glendale looks like? How much did that cost California's taxpayers?

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, 750 more people working in Rosslyn. How many more vehicle trips? Oh, they're all going to ride bicycles, 24/7/375.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's an Apartheid Regime. What can you expect?

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have to believe Jay Fisette will run for another term on the County Board. Every Arlington neighborhood doesn't yet have aquatics, a dog spa, and a performing arts center.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

We should not, NOT re-elect any incumbent to the County Board. Anything they do above and beyond the same-old same-old that may benefit County residents is purely coincidental. We have become nuisances whose needs get in the way of deal-making with fat cats.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Residents, voters, taxpayers are just nuisances to County Government.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Will this give-away deal ever be on the County Board's public meeting agenda for approval?

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Nestle' litigated this all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court, which voted unanimously the lawsuit could go forward.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why do I have to visit this blog to find relevant information? Is EVERYONE in the pockets of the developers and chamber of commerce?

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

How long before the views of DC wear off on Nestle' VIPs and terrible climate and terrible traffic make an impression? I give their infatuation with DC and Arlington 5 years.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The County's gonna be a desert when it comes to essential small businesses within 5 years.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

How many more students in trailer classrooms, McMansions, single occupant SUV traffic jams, and increased taxes will this give-away deal generate?

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

How much will the County Board have to pay in taxpayer-funded bribes for big businesses with expiring leases to stay in Arlington?

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Small business? The 5 Guys restaurant chain started with one restaurant in an Arlington shopping plaza. Now 5 Guys is all over the East Coast. National Headquarters is in Fairfax County.

 
At 03 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

County Board bribed Ballston Common Mall's owner with tax dollars to make renovations that were 20 years overdue.

 
At 04 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

This give away deal will cost taxpayers another $50 million for schools, parks and rec, and other new public infrastructure.

 
At 04 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, 750 new employees in a new unoccupied building is how many additional APS students?

 
At 04 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

What a lose-lose for taxpayers. The developer of 1812 N. Moore Street gets a corporate welfare package to build the building and then gets bailed out when it can't lease the building.

 
At 04 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

I won't vote for any County Board incumbent - all they do is make give-away deals in closed meetings that fill Arlington's already-full schools, put more vehicles on Arlington's already-jammed streets, and make living here more un-affordable.

 
At 04 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obviously, Jay Fisette won't be around when residents riding cargo bikes up steep hills to Alexandria and Fairfax County to purchase essential household items is mandated by County Government.

 
At 06 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Did Mr. No More Plastic Water Bottles - Jay Fisette - ever notice that Nestle' is the world's largest manufacturer of plastic water bottles?

 
At 07 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Twenty years of Jay Fisette's antics are more than enough. Hoping he announces his retirement and moves to his retirement estate on Florida's Treasure Coast.

 
At 09 February, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Antics? Nestle's corporate operations in recent years appear to be nothing but antics.

 
At 17 March, 2017 , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nestle' deal will be discussed by the County Board on March 21st sometime after 6:30 PM.

 

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