Tuesday, March 31, 2015
8:23 am edt
Regular readers of this Corporatocracy series should have a firm grasp on the concept of Corporatism.
However, the uninitiated might presume that a corporation is merely a vehicle for protecting the owners of the enterprise
from the liability risks of conducting business. Much attention has been devoted to the economic conditions and aspects when
examining the corporate structure. But modest effort is found in business journals that discuss the social consequences of
consolidating the entire hierarchy of political favoritism, access to capital and protection from competition that is at the
heart of the corporatist model.
Tuesday, March 24, 2015
Destructive Centralization and the GE Corporatist Culture
6:57 am edt
Entrepreneurs’ versus the corporatists’ mode of business culture are separated by a vastly
different view of enterprise. The former deems his work as innovative, creative and beneficial to customers. The later see
the corporate organization as an institution end of itself. Competition makes the business pioneer sharp and driven, while
any competitor is targeted for demise within the corporative culture. Buyouts of ventures that show promise may be a payoff
reward for the struggling enterpriser, but the corporatist CEO sees the absorption of new technology as a twofold gain. Acquiring
the means to create or advance market share and stamping out any future competitive threats.
Tuesday, March 10, 2015
China wants to have a reserve currency
10:59 am edt
Common wisdom has China as the future model for the Globalist economy. Also, conventional thinking has
the Western financial debt created money system as the backbone of the New World Order. The big question is, are both components
of the same intentional plan? When China Has Announced Plans For A ‘World Currency’
, the world is put on notice that a fundamental shift is about to take place.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
What to Expect from FCC Control of Internet
9:00 am est
Now that the split vote on the FCC commission has decided to accept their secret plan to turn the internet into a public
utility, prepare for all the same rubber stamp decisions that your state run Public Service Commission’s operate in
the utility sector. As anyone who ever interacted with PSC type regulators can attest, the corporatist legal teams that shepherd
their clients’ monopolist proposals, almost invariably get their way. So much for a crony system, that seldom protects
the interests of the rate payer.
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