CBC-TV viewers reject Metro Inc's sought rebranding of Dominion and A & P stores
Quebecois elite driven corporate move shows sings of Canadian resistance
by Peter Tremblay
Many CBC-TV viewers have voiced the kind of resistance that Metro Inc can expect in Ontario concerning its apparent vain and misguided re-branding of Dominion and also A & P stores. The article titled "Metro Inc. plans to cancel Dominion Name in Ontario at the prospective expense of shareholders" explores that kind of financial disaster that Metro Inc. courts with such an apparent vain and ego-driven plan.
As one CBC-TV blogger suggested, if Metro Inc truly had market savvy, they would have sought to nationally convert its supermarkets outside of Quebec to Dominion, which has been a nationally recognized and embraced name in Canada since the 1920's. However, Metro's move could be viewed to be analogous to Nike taking over the New York Yankees and re-branding them "New York Nikes". Metro Inc's rebranding scheme appears to be substantively the expression of the kind of vain corporate imperialism, that has sought to also "re-brand" Canada into a "North American Union" (NAU)
"North Americanists" as many Canadian corporate elites dub themselves to be, betray Canada, in pursuit of creating a neo fascist Super Capitalist American Union, that is guided step-by-step eugenics tactics: Rebrand Dominion is only a prelude to a goal of rebranding Canada. The NAU is part of a "New America" project to transform "We the people" in the United States into a new Constitution of "We, the military-industrial complex".
Canadians may wish to consider resisting this trend now, before our identity is totally destroyed by eugenic corporate neo-colonialism.
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