Moderator: wv ram
wv ram wrote:I think that guy is interesting, and worth a listen,
but my main reaction is -- this is like...oh...redecorating the Titanic, after its hit the iceburg.
"Corporate reformers" as i call them, dont really 'get it' imho. I dont think you can 'tinker' with the corporatocracy and make much of a difference. As long as 'corporate personhood' exists, the peepulz iz doomed. This thing has run wild. And sooner or later it will crash. Imho.
Zooey wrote:I agree with WV.
There are degrees of "badness" in the system. That is, the game can be rigged so it is less bad, but corporate personhood is a fundamentally flawed setup that will always bend democracy and rig the game in favor of the wealthy. The only way to create a level playing field is to get rid of corporate personhood. Anything less will just temporarily set the game at "less bad" for the majority of people.
PA Ram wrote:
I agree with you.
This "game" is broken beyond repair. ... But I think he's a starry eyed dreamer if he believes this will go back to the way it was. I don't see it. If anything it continues to march off the cliff.
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 1 guest