Do you worry that corporations are taking over the government?
Absolutely not. It is the single worst thing that could happen to the people of any nation.
Free speech, healthy food, integrity in media, ethical foreign policy - all of those are casualties of Corporate Personhood.
The whole world loses when evil men make more money, and people do nothing.
You might think a racist regime like the Nazis is worse - but that is only worse for the targeted groups - a corporate government squashes the lives of every group within it's governed.
To worry would mean that they are not in control yet! We (I mean the people) just realized that they are controlling the country in a national and international level! What corporations want they get! Go to war to fatten private entities, have less taxes... You name it! What is worrying is our inability to gather in a third force (including corporations and government) to oppose their hegemony.
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