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I hope that we shall crush in its birth the aristocracy of our monied corporations which dare already to challenge our government to a trial of strength, and bid defiance to the laws of our country.
A system is corrupt when it is strictly profit-driven, not driven to serve the best interests of its people, but those of multinational corporations.
The legal system has been designed by governments and corporations to protect them from the common people.
Corporations and their government minions are capable of anything...just look at the frauds the recent wars became known as. Hundreds of thousands killed in the name of corporate "liberation".
The standard business model for corporations is to lie, confuse and deny anything that may threaten their profitability.
It must be remembered that the forty hour work week until age sixty five was designed by governments and corporations and not the medical profession.
Corporations turned the human into a robot a long time ago.
We are trained to be employees, but no one said that we have endure a limited salary that barely keeps pace with inflation.
Managers receiving hundreds of thousands a year—and setting their compensation for themselves—are not being paid wages, they are appropriating surplus value in the guise of wages.
The USA is a beautiful country...when you take the corrupt corporations and their government minions out of the equation.
Behind the facade of elected government are a bunch of corporate controlled gangsters running the country.
The USA legal system is designed to enrich lawyers, protect the government and corporations, and shaft the general public.
People used to make money, but somewhere along the way, it started making us.
Who really owns the Earth?Corporations? Governments?Charity Organizations?Or...Should it be the people?You decide!
I don't waste food, water, money, time and talent.
USA corporations are legally regulated by laws which their managers know are rarely enforced. This criminal activity is what the USA government calls: Deregulation.
the government tends to act like a corporation treating the public as its consumers rather than its citizens
Successful companies are built by investing large amount of money and hundreds of litres of sweat.
Successful companies are built by investing lare amount of money and hundreds of litres of sweat.
Take taking from those that give & nobody anywhere will need any more such gifts.
Corporate controlled governments protect the interests of the corporations and not the common people.
Most politicians are corrupt as they do not represent the masses that voted for them, but rather they choose to return numerous favors to the corporations that funded their election campaigns.
Power and profit structures're out of cahoots with current technology. Aware of new inventions, corporations put them aside, waiting for competitive reasons until they're obliged to use new gimmicks.
We give more economic aid to multinational corporations to increase their profits than we do to all the countries in the world combined.
Globalization is a form of artificial intelligence.
It was here I learnt that corporate principles and military principles are basically the same. Insulation. Illusion. Hype. Activity.
I find it very sad that by the time corporate science realizes the value of nature, that it may be too late
the decisive movement toward corporate capitalism began in 1895-1896.
Do we need weapons to fight wars? Or do we need wars to create markets for weapons?
Capitalism is destroying the planet. The two old tricks that dug it out of past crises--War and Shopping--simply will not work.
Very few of the common people realize that the political and legal systems have been corrupted by decades of corporate lobbying.
People on corporate conveyor belts, like animals in slaughter-chutes are all part of the same big massacre of joy.
[Bill] Clinton was a pretty good president for a Republican.
Any government that places profit before people is pure evil.
Income from labor [in the United States] is about as unequally distributed as has ever been observed anywhere.
When picking a leader, choose a peacemaker. One who unites, not divides. A cultured leader who supports the arts and true freedom of speech, not censorship.
And the so-called 'political process' is a fraud: Our elected officials, like our bureaucratic functionaries, like even our judges, are largely the indentured servants of the commercial interests.
Many companies expect loyal customers without providing loyal service. This has been the visionary failure of countless corporations.
The real axis of evil in America is the genius of our marketing and the gullibility of our people.
You cannot expect a corrupt law enforcement system to prosecute the illegal activities of corporations and their government minions.
Endangering human life for profit should be a universal crime.
Beware of corporate government cops.
Corporations are not legal “persons” with constitutional rights and freedoms of their own, but legal fictions that we created and must therefore control.
Blaming the running injury epidemic on big, bad Nike seems too easy - but that's okay, because it's largely their fault.
Why help make big companies bigger when you can get the same thing from the little guy and actually help someone accomplish their dream?
The myth of "free choice" begins with "free market" and "free trade". When five transnational corporations control the seed market, it is not a free market, it is a cartel.
Please don't waste-away in front of a TV waiting to win a lottery during the precious few hours you are not imprisoned in corporate shackles.
Nothing is illegal if one hundred businessmen decide to do it. -Andrew Young, author, civil rights activist, US congressman, mayor, and UN ambassador (b. 1932)
No matter how big a company is, one has to always look at business basics.
Nature is in the process of shutting down corrupt corporations and their government minions.