False Dichotomy

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It is difficult to imagine that the false dichotomy that is the screwy notion that we must choose between tyranny and arbitrary and capricious corporate rule, will ever go away.  There is no scenario in which corporations survive the fall of their protective states.

Corporations can only exist with the unnatural hold-harmless condition that the state gives to them.  For corporations to survive, they must have a suspension of normal responsibility for their torts.   Such is the case in all economies designed by bankers.  Just as banks cannot stand any risk, or the threat of bankruptcy, the state can’t neither.

Corporations, banks, and states require an impossible levitation, the lifting of the economic laws that must accompany economic behavior when the laws are broken by indifference or incompetence.

— Kilgore Forelle

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