from The Daily Bell:
A giant problem The rise of the corporate colossus threatens both competition and the legitimacy of business … DISRUPTION may be the buzzword in boardrooms, but the most striking feature of business today is not the overturning of the established order. It is the entrenchment of a group of superstar companies at the heart of the global economy. -The Economist
The Economist provides pre-eminent support to the world’s growing fascist technocracy, but every now and then, apparently, it has to write an article opposed to it.
Probably more than any other publishing group, the people behind The Economist have shaped the modern world and its leadership.
This includes the multinationals the modern world is plagued with. And one can be sure that The Economist’s leadership is supportive of TPP and TTIP, the “trade agreements” intended to cement global corporate leadership and place it above mere nation-states.
The world The Economist has in mind is a technocratic one. The “best and brightest” will be selected at a young age to go to specially designed schools that provide a certain outlook on the world and what is important to know.
These individuals, cocooned and cosseted, will go on to provide leadership for an interconnected group of dominant corporations spanning the world.
Their lives shall be rarified; their vision implacably internationalist; their actions bent toward the aggrandizement of the system they serve without question.
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