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October 13, 2020 20:15

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy

October 13, 2020 20:15

Yet it is important, I think, to recognise that it is not a question of good guys and bad guys, good corporations and bad corporations. Inside giant transnational corporations, you can find highly ethical, concerned individuals, trying to do the right thing, just as within smaller businesses you can find people who are narrow minded and greedy

October 13, 2020 20:15

What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 13, 2020 20:15

What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 13, 2020 20:14

What is more, they are able to influence the entire education system, increasingly gearing it to fit their needs. Scientific research, the media in fact, virtually all our access to information is now largely controlled by corporate interests.

October 13, 2020 20:14

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power

October 13, 2020 20:14

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power

October 13, 2020 20:14

The only winners in this economy are the big corporations. Collectively, they effectively make the rules, putting enormous pressure on governments to sign on to trade treaties that give them ever more freedom and power

October 13, 2020 20:13

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.

October 13, 2020 20:13

More absurdly still, nations routinely import and export almost identical quantities of identical products. Just two examples: According to recent figures, the United States imports about 365,000 tons of potatoes, and exports 325,000 tons, while the UK imports 114,000 tons of milk and exports 119,000 tons. These are not special cases or statistical freaks: they are the norm. At a time of impending climate chaos brought about by the burning of fossil fuels, they represent an economy on the edge of madness.