The Great Exploitation Proliferation Chapter 26
We the People
Since 1886 Corporations have joined the masses of the human race legally. They are by law people. The irony is that these people have excelled OJ status. Assuming that OJ actually murdered his wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend, he can commit crimes and get away with it given he has enough money. How much more money does one corporate entity has that claims limited liability? They could get away with mass murders, cheating, stealing, and other crimes just to increase profits. This is not startling and fresh news. This is known and still real people shrug their shoulders with the mentality that as long as I and mine are taking care of, then I’m good. As long as a hard working man can call himself a man, then he’s done his just due. Some would leave the protest and the salvation of the next generation to… Well, the kids go to college and work for corporations and sign contracts to become part of the “person” who premeditates their demographic to conform to its will or die. Research and analysis has been the focal points of corporate invest throughout the 1990’s into the new millennium. This research is used to manipulate the masses into what it wills, to know what people want, and to gauge the interest of future generations.
“I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.”—Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Let’s judge the person’s of corporations that make up America and everything bought and sold in it. I’m going to give you a rundown of the recent scandals that plagued the world as we know it. American business moved to Dominican Republic paying them 0.77 cent an hour (3/10 of retail). Nike in particular demanded 6.6 shirts per minute in production speed from their workers for the rewarding pay of 0.08 cents (10,000 of a sec). Seems like something to overlook, but these are people that just want to work and live decent. It’s a privatization nightmare. Corporate murder is common knowledge with cancer epidemics (1 in2 males and 1 in 3 females) all related to products on the U.S. market. Monsanto was scrutinized for its manufacturing of Agent Orange a chemical agent that is famous for dire health problems in Vietnam Veterans. Posilac was another agent produced by Monsanto that made cows sick. North Carolina reported pigs polluting rivers. Corporate greed was exploited in a book written by Paul Hawkins called The Ecology of Commerce. The book outlined how during the 9/11 tragedy gold went up in the NY stock exchange. Carlton Brown a black commodities trader said, “It’s a blessing in disguise.” In 1991, Gold and silver went up and oil shot up from $13 to $40 a barrel. Brokers were known to chant excitement and look forward to war in Iraq.
IBM used the punch card system during WWII and had clients such a Mussolini and Adolf Hitler in Nazi Germany. Not only was IBM sided with America’s “enemies,” but GM (Opal), Ford and even Coca-cola who marketed Fanta Orange as the official drink of Nazi Germany. In 1933, The IBM punch card controlled and stored information. To organize data similar to the federal and state prison system of today. Profits are on record paid after the war Oct. 4 1941—Thomas J. Watson CEO NY.
Now wonder why companies such as Amazon.com, Caterpillar, Chevron, Exxon, Wal-Mart, Citibank, and Wells Fargo were fined for foreign trade with US enemies (despotism)? Even when Franklin D. Roosevelt was in office JP Morgan, Depont, Goodyear tire, were investigated in a plot to overthrow the government. Coca-cola, GTE, Mobil and Kodak were among the companies that joined the ranks to strengthen our national security through the Critical Thinking Consortium.
Who do we trust with such lopsided weights of responsibility that fails on one extreme and plans to redeem on the other? The inhumane part of this system is that if corporations ever lost its power then it would uproot the rights that are in place for real people. This an abuse of power and America has sat down to brunch eating the poor down to animal status. Some people’s pets eat and dress better than many American tax payers. America is about to sit down to dinner and the sewage is backing up from overload. They are ready to hire plumbers, but even the blue collar worker is getting poor enough to beg for the crumbs that fall from the rich man’s table. One crumb for your labor, two crumbs for your soul! I ask the rich and powerful to think this again… For there is one judge that oversees these matters and what you keep from the next man you are not able to take with you when your soul is required of you!
Causes Doug Brooks Supports
Freedom Writer's Foundation, NAACP, Freedom of religion