Big mega corporations are a new form of slavery.
People who see corporations as something normal have exactly the same mindset as the people in the 19th Century who saw slavery as a normal, legitimate and just “peculiar” institution, far different from the very harsh slave systems existing in other countries, and that southern slavery had no impact on those living in northern states.
Nevertheless, even perfunctory analyses of the way corporations operate and how they affect society show that corporations should be banned for the same reason slavery was banned. Actually, corporations have become nothing but a modern, more efficient form of slavery.
Though, as the result of some legal chicanery, for some purposes they are considered people, corporations have no soul. Moreover, they have no ethics, principles or morals. Despite claims on the contrary they usually make in their institutional advertising, the only purpose of a corporation is to maximize the profits of its shareholders — at any cost.
A film based on Joel Bakan’s book The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power,  shows that most corporations exhibit many of the traits of psychopathic behavior, such as:
- – Callous unconcern for the feelings of others;
- – Incapacity to maintain enduring relationships;
- – Reckless disregard for the safety of others; 
- – Deceitfulness: repeated lying and conning of others for profit;
- – Incapacity to experience guilt;
- – Failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behavior.
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