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Humanity’s Food Supply Rests In Four Deadly Hands

Corporate Takeover |  | (The Real Agenda News) Producers and consumers are at the mercy of 4 large multinationals that control the seed supply and to a great degree the food supply. Large monopolies control almost everything on planet Earth, from news and information to seeds and food. As we speak, large corporations like Nestle are fighting their battle ...Read More »

The EPA: They’re Protecting Someone, But It Isn’t You

Corporate Takeover |  | The Environmental Poisoning Protection Agency is a federal agency that is charged with the responsibility of writing and enforcing legislation to protect human health and the environment. Established under Nixon in 1970, the EPA is another one of those agencies that sound like a good idea until you peel off the shiny friendly top layer to discover the ...Read More »

IMF Asks For 'Democratic Economic Growth'

Corporate Takeover |  | (The Real Agenda News) Among all globalist organizations in the world, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is one that sits at the top of the list as an entity that seeks to protect the interests of multinational corporations; more specifically, banking institutions. This position was not different at the last G-20 meeting in China, an ...Read More »

What Is The Alternative To Keynesian Corporatism?

Corporate Takeover |  | “The ideas of economists and political philosophers, both when they are right and when they are wrong are more powerful than is commonly understood. Indeed, the world is ruled by little else. Practical men, who believe themselves to be quite exempt from any intellectual influences, are usually slaves of some defunct economist.” From The General ...Read More »

Corporatism Stifles Innovation

Corporate Takeover |  | For an economy to grow and create actual wealth, innovation is a bedrock component in the development of enhanced prosperity. Prosperity is an intriguing concept. Simply making and accumulating money falls short of establishing a successful economic model. This recent report illustrates a prime example. Facebook stock soars, as company briefly passes IBM in market value. ...Read More »

Corporatist Lobbying Replaced A Free Market

Corporate Takeover |  | The practice of a pure free market is so rare that a plausible argument can be made that a free market economy never existed. However, as the saying goes, Once Upon A Time, economic commerce did reflect a voluntary basis for business transactions. The fortunes of trade rested upon the mutual benefit of all parties, ...Read More »

Internet 2 Corporate Governance

Corporate Takeover |  | With the FCC policy to allow a two-speed internet, the die is cast that corporate favoritism is the focus of government, as Internet 2 accelerates to replace the network that has served the public so well for decades. Internet 2 turns 15, asks. Has it delivered on its promise? “Internet 2 was created by 34 ...Read More »

The Deed Has Been Done ...

Corporate Takeover |  | Last Friday, July 29, 2016, President Obama signed a bill that was written by corporations, paid for by corporations and that serves no one in this country—except corporations. S.764, known by its opponents as the DARK (Deny Americans the Right to Know) Act, preempts Vermont’s mandatory GMO labeling law and substitutes in its place a federal ...Read More »

Dangerous Liaisons

Corporate Takeover |  | We all love to hate Monsanto. We also know that Monsanto isn’t the only poison-maker trying to pass itself off as a “farmer-friendly producer of food to feed the world.” Monsanto belongs to an exclusive club of dominant pesticide makers. That club, which includes Dow, Dupont, Bayer, Syngenta and BASF, is about to get a ...Read More »

Corporations vs. Entrepreneurship

Corporate Takeover |  | The corporate culture would have you believe that it is the foremost structure of the economy. That the entrepreneur is a nuisance and is tilting at windmills. Since competition is a dirty word, the innovative venture poses no threat, but might qualify as an acquisition. Only if the business model is such that duplicating the ...Read More »

The World According To Monsanto (VIDEO)

Corporate Takeover |  | Corporate monopolies are not new, but ownership of patented grain seeds connotes that the control of the food supply is in the grasp of a private company. US supreme court rules in favor of Monsanto, “that a farmer in Indiana violated the intellectual property rights of the agricultural biotechnology titan Monsanto when he regrew the ...Read More »

The Top 10 Tricks Used By Corporate Junk Science

Corporate Takeover |  | Corporate junk science is an all-pervading presence in our society. It’s everywhere. The scientific journals of the entire world, offline and online, have been flooded with so much fake science that it has, sad to say, become practically impossible for the average person to wade through all of it and sort out the wheat from the chaff. ...Read More »

K Street Lobbyists Extender Rules

Corporate Takeover |  | A pivotal component of the process that manipulates the legislative cover that claims to be representative federalism is the consortium of influential pressure and bribe distributors that populate the lobbying capital of the planet, K Street. This group of ex elected officials, shyster lawyers and con artists make up the revolving door of access and ...Read More »

How The Elite Will Sell Global Collapse To The Masses

Corporate Takeover |  | In our modern world there exist certain institutions of power. Not government committees, alphabet agencies, corporate lobbies, or even standard military organizations; no, these are the mere “middle-men” of power. The errand boys. The well paid hitmen of the global mafia. They are not the strategists or the decision makers. Instead, I speak of institutions ...Read More »

Private Prisons: The Injustice League (Infographic)

Corporate Takeover |  | Source: Online-Paralegal-Programs.com Private Prisons: The Injustice League The two largest private prison providers in the U.S. each rake in tens of millions of dollars every year. How do they make their money, and what agreements are in place to protect their profits? Guaranteed Occupancy When a prison company approaches a state or city to either ...Read More »

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