- Ohio Pisses Off In-Bev
- Beer companies buying up political influence... Again!
- Obama Likes Beer!
- Alcohol Taxes are Nothing New
- Bud Buying Corona
- Joe Coors is not a Beer - Too bad.
- The Beer You Drink Determines Who You Vote For
- Beer Distributors Wield the Most Political Influence
- Obama Caves - Gives Away Beer Recipe
- Beer Number One!
- Obama's Brewing their own Beer!
- College Kids Start Beer Fueled Super PAC
- Corona Succumbs to InBev
- Nigerian Beer Gardens are Dangerous
- Beer is Cheaper than Water!
- Obama and Santorum drinking Beer
- Rick Santorum owned by the Beer Industry
- Australian Prime Minister encouraged to drink more beer
- Czech Goverment Beer Puppetmasters at work again.
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Ohio Pisses Off In-Bev
A potential new law in Ohio has Anheuser-Busch/ InN-Bev seeing red.
Legislators snuck in a provision that says Breweries can't own distributors in Ohio, into a budget balancing bill that sailed through the state congress with hardly a peep. In-Bev found out and contacted Governor John Kasich before he could sign it. Now the Gov will have to answer to In-Bev's North American president, Luiz Edmond, as to why he can't buy up any distributor he wants in that state.
Now we aren't invited to that meeting, but we suspect the discussion will involve In-Bev telling the Gov. of Ohio that he damn well better not get in the way of Budweiser's buying anything it damn well pleases. Not to mention the subtle threat of throwing mountains of beer money at whatever candidate is friendlier to the interests of the Global Beer Complex in the next election.
Like many states, Ohio has a very clear law that keeps separate the beer brewers from the beer distributors and the retail beer sales. No company in one sector can own companies in the other sectors. Bars, restaurants, and liquor stores are only allowed to buy from approved distributors. This prevents monopolization. (Imagine if In-Bev bought up all the bars in your neighborhood and sold only their own products. We'd never get to taste micro-brews, home-brews and brewpub beers without Buds approval). It also prevents new products and competitors from getting locked out of the distribution process (Why would In-Bev want to distribute Coors products?)
On the down-side these laws also increase the costs to consumers by forcing a middleman into the mix, who, of course, will expect to make a profit by adding that into his distribution fees. Certainly, Bud could be sold a much lower cost, if they owned the distribution and retail sales outlets, not that they would want to sell it cheaper, but they could. We've heard stories about upstart wine and beer companies that can't get their product(s) to market because they couldn't get the local distributors to carry it and were themselves legally prohibited from distributing it.
Quite the quandry for the Gov. of Ohio. Let's hope he sides with the people who elected him, instead of the Global Beer Complex that wants to own him.
The Beer Conspiracy
We believe that the Beer (and other Liquor) companies are a crucial part of the New World Order Conspiracy... probably...
They are systematically keeping the Free World drunk, or at least buzzed enough so that we won't pay attention to or worry about their other diabolical plans.
Everywhere you look, even on TV there are ads for beer and other alcoholic drinks. Everywhere. You probably even have some beer advertising in your home. A PBR t-shirt, or a Budweiser key chain. Maybe a collection of beer steins on the mantle. You have become a part of the conspiracy that allows these huge multinational conglomerates to keep selling the only legal addictive drug in the free world (other than nicotine, but that's a different conspiracy and someone else will have to build that website).
Alcohol kills more people each year than war! (We are Not suggesting that anyone should give up either.)
Don't get us wrong, we aren't suggesting that alcohol be banned. Prohibition didn't work in the past and it wont work any better today. We like a nice cold beer as much as the next person, but we'd rather drink our own home brew, untouched by greedy corporate hands! (Except, of course, for when we are out of home brew, which we usually are... because we don't actually brew any ourselves, though, we know people who do, or so they have told us.)
We present here articles of interest on that prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that there's something fishy in the International Beer Industrial Complex, headquartered in Bavaria, or maybe Belgium. Read them for yourself and you decide if you are going to continue playing right into their hands when you're crying into your beer, or if it's time to take back your beer and do something! (Please don't do anything stupid and blame it on us. We have enough troubles of our own without any help from you, thanks.)
We suspect this photo may be fake, but if it's not, we can clearly see from this shot that Budweiser, Miller Lite and Guiness all have influenced the two most influential people in America's international politics. (The photo was probably taken in the White House shortly after Obama's inauguration) Obviously, the global beer conspiracy just got a whole lot bigger!
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