MOST OF YOU don’t know that all Congress has to do is change the Law that a Corporation is a “person” with all the rights and privaleges of “persons” as citizens. And all of a sudden – CORPORATIONS NO LONGER HAVE THE ABILITY TO RULE US LIKE ROYALTY!! Simple.. but the Congress is so ättached-at-the-hip” to corporations they will NEVER DO THAT! SO.. it is up to YOU.. YOU to demand that they deny Corporations the same rights as a “person”!! But I suspect that YOU will never gain the momentum and ‘guts’ to FORCE THEIR HAND.. so the only choice you have is to CONTINUE TO SUFFER THE SAME SHIT YOU SUFFER EVERYDAY – DAY IN AND DAY OUT – ALL THE TIME BITCHIN’ AND MOANIN’ ABOUT WHAT THEY DO TO YOU ON A DAILY BASIS!! SAD!!
Based on Joel Bakan’s bestseller The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power, this 26-award-winning documentary explores a corporation’s inner workings, curious history, controversial impacts and possible futures. One hundred and fifty years ago, a corporation was a relatively insignificant entity. Today, it is a vivid, dramatic, and pervasive presence in all our lives. Like the Church, the Monarchy and the Communist Party in other times and places, a corporation is today’s dominant institution.
Charting the rise of such an institution aimed at achieving specific economic goals, the documentary also recounts victories against this apparently invincible force.
This 26-time award-winning documentary is inspired by Joel Bakan’s best-selling book The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power, which examines the inner workings, strange history, controversial practices and potential future of a corporation. One hundred and fifty years ago, such an entity was of little importance. In today’s daily life, a corporation has a living and striking presence that manifests itself everywhere. It has become a dominant institution, as the Church, the monarchy and the Communist party were once. This film explains its development and the precise economic objectives which constitute its raison d’être. It also tells of victories wrested from this presumably irreducible force.