Posts Tagged ‘Corporate’

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by Bernie Suarez, Contributor
Activist Post
October 16, 2012

The term ‘psychosis’ is used to describe a mental disorder in people; generally defined by Stedman’s Medical Dictionary as – ‘a mental disorder causing gross distortion or disorganization of a person’s mental capacity, affective response, and capacity to recognize reality, communicate, and relate to others to the degree of interfering with his capacity to cope with the ordinary demands of everyday life.‘

So if a person’s mental health is subjected to this ‘psychosis’ criteria why not corporations? Here is an argument that (esp. large mega-size) ‘Corporations’ have been getting by with operating under a very ‘psychotic’ state which deserves more consideration. Corporations exhibit their brand of psychosis; ‘corporate psychosis’ which is a danger to humanity our freedoms and liberties.

Many large corporations operate under rules that induce behaviors that are reflective of human psychosis. Since in the opinion of the Supreme…

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When you take a look around the world, it becomes clear that our way of living is unsustainable. Some people will argue that over-population is to blame, but I beg to differ. I think that even though population may be a small factor in sustainability, the real problem is the entire paradigm of our current corporate driven, consumption based system, with a monetary system based on usury, and also institutional religions which manipulate mans irrational sign by using fear and shame to create a bunch of robotic believers who don’t hesitate to put money in the basket at mass. How much of that money actually helps the poor? God knows- pun intended.

You see, all corporations are under pressure to keep growing so that their investors are pleased with their investments and don’t end up selling. So corporations put the greater good for humanity and the well-being of the planet…

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