Franchising is a class-based offence against human rights

You’re only as healthy as your secrets.

That goes for a family and I think that goes for an industry too.

Historically, power elites have often enforced compliance by wielding class differences  such as education, income, race, language fluency.

Very obvious to see, when you get an impertinent franchisee (like me) not just speaking, but having the lack of good judgment of being alive.

impertinent adj. 1 rude or arrogant; lacking proper respect. 2 out of place; absurd. 3 esp. Law irrelevant, intrusive

This is exactly why I will attend any franchise law conference that I can afford. Until I die.

And I bring along as many guests as I can find.

Drop me a line.  😉

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