This video from the USA says about itself:
6 July 2015
Written by James Michael Angelo & Jonathan Warren.
Directed by Justin Herman.
From the Huffington Post in the USA today:
Donald Trump Taps Billionaire School Voucher Advocate To Run America’s Schools
The president-elect rewarded GOP megadonor Betsy DeVos with the position of education secretary. …
“In nominating DeVos, Trump makes it loud and clear that his education policy will focus on privatizing, defunding and destroying public education in America,” American Federation of Teachers president Randi Weingarten said.
The National Education Association, which represents teachers and school administrators, said the pick shows how “out of touch” the Trump administration is with what’s best for students and educators.
“She has lobbied for failed schemes, like vouchers — which take away funding and local control from our public schools — to fund private schools at taxpayers’ expense,” the labor union said in a statement. “These schemes do nothing to help our most-vulnerable students while they ignore or exacerbate glaring opportunity gaps. She has consistently pushed a corporate agenda to privatize, de-professionalize and impose cookie-cutter solutions to public education.”
Progressive Michigan executive director Lonnie Scott said the nomination “proves that having a shortage of experience means nothing as long you don’t have a shortage of money.”
“The DeVos family education plan has been a disaster for Michigan and we are truly saddened that Trump decided to import their failed ideas to Washington D.C.,” Scott wrote in a statement.
Talking about the DeVos family: who are the family of Donald Trump’s new education czarina?
Amway is not an ordinary business.
Associated Press reports:
LANSING – 09/21/06–The writer-director of an independent movie razzing direct sales companies such as Amway didn’t realize when he was finishing up his film that former Amway President Dick DeVos was running for governor. …
The movie [“Believe“] was shot in 2004, a year before DeVos began running for governor.
Filmmaker Loki Mulholland says it shows the pitfalls of multi-level marketing companies.
Multi-level marketing is often called, uncharitably, pyramid or Ponzi schemes.
Amway is often considered to be cult-like as well as a multinational corporation.
This video from the USA is the trailer of the movie Believe. It says about itself:
13 September 2006
The theatrical trailer for the hilarious comedy about Multilevel Marketing. Coming to exclusive theatres nationwide in Oct. 2006.
Trump’s Disastrous Education Pick: A Billionaire Heir of Right-Wing Dynasty and Champion of School Privatization Efforts: here.
Group Funded By Trump’s Education Secretary Pick: ‘Bring Back Child Labor’. This raises serious questions about the woman who would potentially be in charge of U.S. public schools: here.