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It Is Not A Good Idea
To Act As If You Can Not Accomplish
What You Were Elected To Do


Monday, March 05, 2018


I don't agree with everything this writer says in the body of this article, but it is, at the very least, thought-provoking.

Most people assume that large corporations work by exploiting economies of scale. Economies of scale is where the increased volume of work translates into lower cost per unit produced. However the economy of scale is largely canceled out by the top heavy, bureaucratic nature of the modern corporation. 
How do corporations really work? Central bankers create fiat money which they sell for interest to governments. Central bankers then take interest payments and invest it in stocks. Profit from stocks and corporate profit are then used to buy lobbyists which in turn write laws that give competitive advantages to large corporations. Corporations in turn solicit more investments push cultural Marxism on their workforce. Corporations that get out of line are targeted by the government and foundation groups. 
This is a very simplified expose of the system, but as is evident the large corporation is far from being a bastion of the American style free market is in fact a Marxist institution. Corporations most heavily committed to Marxism, like Apple, Google, and Amazon, see their stock go up. 
This is why Starbucks CEO like Howard Shultz promotes Marxism—he will attract capital from central banks. This capital comes in the form of stock purchases which drive up his personal stock, thus making him a far more wealthy man. 
In essence the state takes your money and gives it to a small group of people who control the means of production for a country through their ownership of corporations.  
When the two great communist experiments in collectivization failed miserably in 1930’s Soviet Union and 1960’s China, it became apparent that hard-style communism would never work. Thus, cultural Marxism was born and the large corporation took its preeminence in the Marxist crusade to socialize the West. 
Corporations use soft-style control and have subjugated the public to accept women in the workplace, feminism, diversity, emasculation, and all the other social ills in the name of the “bottom line.” 
The soft style control of the corporation has proved far more efficacious than the hard style control of the Soviet Union. Whereas in the Soviet Union, if you resisted Marxism you were either shot or sent to the gulag. 
Now if you resist Marxism you only loose your job, house, wife, and have to pay child support, because you don’t have a job you will go to jail and have to deal with the legal system for the rest of your life. Perhaps the Soviet way was gentler. 
Of course you should take consolation because your corporate boss’s hands were tied after-all, he had to do it! 
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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Quote: ===>"Corporations use soft-style control and have subjugated the public to accept women in the workplace, feminism, diversity, emasculation, and all the other social ills in the name of the “bottom line.” <===

Soft Style control also hooked the American worker upon the expectation of health insurance benefits. Along side Social Security, Public Schools managed through the teachers unions, etc. - all lead to the collectivist cul de sac of Marxism.

Monday, March 05, 2018 1:36:00 am  
Blogger Pastorius said...


Good observation.

They also lead to falsely propped-up inflation rates, as endless money streams mean healthcare corporations can continue to raise prices out of line with actual demand.

This is also happening with Universities.

Monday, March 05, 2018 2:07:00 am  

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