AntiCorruption Society

by AL Whitney (C) copyright 2010
Permission is granted for redistribution if linked to original and the AntiCorruption Society is acknowledged


Globalization has advanced so much over the past century it has become a force impacting nearly all populations living on planet earth. It has used the “corporate” business model to achieve its goals. Currently international corporations have as much, if not more, power than governments. Trade agreements seek to set the rules governing all resources (including what they refer to as ‘human resources’) and how these resources are allocated (harvested).

Spokespersons for these international corporations have actually made the argument that the planet’s resources can only be “protected” if controlled by private interests aka corporations. This includes water. 

The living beings employed by these corporations, who are frequently referred to as ‘team members’, have yet to recognize that they are employed by a…

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