Originally posted by rickymouse
I think that the definition is wrong. This is similar to capitalism throughout history but the definition doesn't really fit those either. The
definition is flawed. This is not pure capitalism anyway, a blend of many things especially greed at the high levels. Small businesses have a hard
time making ends meet because big chains with buying power steal away all the customers. This system is being structured to get people dependent on
big business. What is that called?
It's called the international Marxist / Corporatist Cartel.
Most large international corporations (and the big banks) are inter-owned by each other with the large investment institutions.
The Cartel has control of many many governments worldwide.
The international central bank system is evidence.
throw the idealisms out the window.
those were all written and pushed to appeal to the educated class for educational purposes only.
the classic "textbook" definitions are all laboratory fly paper.
it's all about the Hegelian Dialectic agendas.
corporations infiltrate governments (seizure & meld)
governments infiltrate corporations (seizure & meld)
capitalism works best with small businesses.
many small corporations are privately held and don't trade their stock on a public exchange.
They are the ones who are being targeted by the big wolves.