At nineties there were quite strong and colorful movement which asked such questions - and many more. It just gained momentum to move something but
then 911 came and almost everything was lost. Now new wave of this movement is starting slowly up. Current financial/economic crises will speed thinks
up because base question was and is: Is current form of capitalism really best possible way of society organization? I have nothing against free
exchange of goods and ideas but is the current state of affairs really free? I'm not talking about government regulations and subsidies but about
chance to apply novelty in world governed by too big to fail corporations which literally buy whole governments and parliaments.
In USA and many other countries have corporations - these virtual persons - more rights and almost no responsibility compared to person of flesh and
Where is corporate power most concentrated? At institutions as International Monetary Fund, World Bank, World Trade Organization and World Health
Organization. All are controlled by BigBiz and serve it well. So first global offensive should be directed against such institutions. The biggest
enemy are mainstream media - propaganda arm of corporate octopus. Ignore them, ridicule them, analyze them. Tell everybody capable of listening about
systemic lie on which is this "democracy watchdog" based for decades.
Bit in shadow but still quite visible are "think-tanks" and various "foundations" like CFR and Carnegie foundation. Expose personal tights between
such institution, BigBiz and government. Membership (even former) in such institutions should disqualify person from public office post. Also high
rank position at corporate world should disqualify attendant. Revolving door between Washington and many spheres of BigBiz is real trouble.
Brake down "too big to fail" and set cap on how big corporation can be.
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