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Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Fascism, Right-Wing Ideology, And Ignorance



"None are more hopelessly enslaved than those who falsely believe they are free" - Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
Anyone educated to the level of that becoming a
kindergartener know that corporations have an invested interest in hating
unions. But what makes a person that benefits or would from union membership
actually hate the union and side with the corporation who have no stake in them
being empowered in any form or fashion. For the working person this formula is
a simple one where the welfare of the worker is concerned….
 

Union = Empower
 

Corporation = Oppress
 
Is it some sort of Stockholm syndrome? Or maybe
it’s just wanton stupidity and willful ignorance. Whatever the case, they
willingly accept the fact that the corporation do not care about them, their
safety, their welfare, or that of their families. They don’t mind being treated
as expendable pieces of scrap, and once your usefulness is extracted you’re
discarded like the garbage they’ve always treated you like. The union is simply
making sure that while the corporation is leaching every drop of your
usefulness that you’re at least getting a fair deal and treatment for it.
Because anyone with a fully functional brain knows that what the corporation
get out of the worker as oppose to what the working put into the corporation is
as lopsided and Rush Limbaugh and Stephanie Miller sharing a see-saw.

 
Corporate Goal
Devour as much profit as possible at anyone’s expense! That’s it, it’s that simple. A corporation’s loyalty is only to profits and its shareholders and the rest be damned. The concerns of you and yours matter not to the corporation. Maximum profits coming in, and
minimum expenditures going out. This will be fulfilled by any means necessary.

 
The Corporate Person
When we speak of the constitution and its intent
there are some things that only sheer greed will allow you to pursue. When the
14th amendment was passed this was done so to protect newly freed
slaves, not to make a corporation a person. Over 600,000 people died to give
people rights, not to give Proctor & Gamble personhood. But under corporate
lobby judges took the rights reserved for people and applied them to capital
and property while actually stripping them from people.



So let’s ask ourselves just what kind of “person” is the corporation? Let’s give the corporation a personality diagnosis….

1. Callous unconcern for the feelings of others. (i.e. thwart destitution, unsafe work conditions, slash of benefits and wages)



2. In Incapacity to maintain enduring relationships. (i.e. impoverishing through free trade, layoffs, and union busting)



3. Reckless disregard for the safety of others. (i.e. dangerous products, chemicals, pollutions, toxic waste, and synthetic chemicals)



4. Deceitfulness: Repeated lying and conning for profit. (i.e. habitat destruction, factory farming, and experimentation)



5. Incapacity to experience guilt. (i.e. Monsanto case)



6. Failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors. (i.e. CO2 emissions, nuclear waste, clear-cuts, corporate paradigm)

If you take all these personality traits and put them together you have the personality diagnosis disorder of a psychopath. No wonder conservatives love them.
Here are some atrocities that corporations are guilty of….
Corporations helped rebuild Germany after the 1st
world war, and supported early Nazi rise to power, and backed Hitler in getting
rid of left-wing elements that posed threats. For instance, IBM leased their
punch-card systems to Nazi death camps. This is how they were able to process
and keep up with prisoners.



Or how about Bechtel Corporation actually privatizing the water of the country of Bolivia, and teaming up with its tyrannical regime against the people of Cochabamba. Yes,
right down to the rain water that fell from the sky Bechtel was charging
obscene amounts for it.
 

Corporation’s allegiance to profits trumps that of allegiance to any flag. There have been over 80 American corporations fined for trading and doing business with known enemies of the United States of America including terrorists, tyrants, and rogue regimes. I'd really like to know how the Hell is it that corporations have every benefit of being a person, but have to adhere to none of the the responsibility? C’mon you America loving conservatives who feel you have the patented rights to the flag, please name the union that have ever committed these acts of treason.
 

Lastly but definitely not least, their plan is to degrade America from democracy to despotism. Back in the early 19th century corporations hired a proven battle hardened USMC General by the name of Smedley Darlington Butler to use despotism as a tool to secure foreign markets and maximize profits (i.e. Pacified Mexico for American oil companies, Haiti and Cuba for National Citibank, Nicaragua for the Brown Brothers Brokerage, the Dominican Republic for its sugar interest, Honduras for U.S. fruit companies,
and China for Standard Oil). General Butler’s services were in demand in the
United States as well. You see, in the 1930’s as FDR sought to relieve the misery
of the depression though public enterprise and tougher regulations on corporate
exploitation and its deeds.

While the American people were with President FDR the corporate elite couldn’t hate the new deal more. So in 1934 they sought to involve General Butler in a treasonous cope d’├ętat against the FDR White House. Little did the heads of the corporate elite know they picked the wrong guy. General Butler was fed up with being a gangster for capitalism. As a USMC he felt that his loyalty to country and the President of the United States trumped
any amount of money in the world. Thus foiling the plan which included some of
the heads of America’s top corporations such J.P. Morgan, DuPont, and Goodyear
Tire.




I ask you again, please name the union that have
committed such treasonous act against America?




Sources....


http://econotrix.com/archives/000264.html


http://www.huffingtonpost.com/mike-papantonio/psychopathic-corporations_b_312171.html


http://american_almanac.tripod.com/smedley.htm


http://www2.csusm.edu/pan/Scrapbook%20Articles/us_companies.htm

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