Ralph Nader: The Road to Corporate Fascism (must-see video; 2007)

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Oct 14, 2007
greenfestivals.org

Jeffrey Keating Feb 3, 2012

Ralph Nader exclaims that the central political issue of our time is giant corporate power and its take over of our government, plus the spread of commercial values into every nook and cranny of our culture including the commercialization of childhood, the universities and almost everything these large corporations touch. Speaking at the Washington, DC Green Festival, he also details what we can and must do about it.

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15 thoughts on “Ralph Nader: The Road to Corporate Fascism (must-see video; 2007)

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  10. Please pardon my very short sighted knowledge of businesses and the economy. I just watched an hour video of Nader at a rally. He is a good man, one who could have a powerful affect if he could ever hold an elected position. Maybe McCain or Obama could use him as a cabinet member. Do you think he’d last long in that position?

    He may have his plans for the future reversed. He should focus on how educating us to affect business’ success rather than his campaign to become president of a government “owned by corporations.” As a former teacher, I can definitely see a trend in business fixing our failing educational system. They really are tired of trying to find qualified workers.

    With all of his knowledge, he neglects the fact that American quality of life is pretty damned good and has been getting better, since corporations were built up. I still think they are the power behind our economy, not the government.

    Although there is greed and irresponsibility involved in some companies that should be stopped, I don’t think they are an enemy of the people. Millions of people depend on them for their job security, and business depends upon people having jobs to buy their products.

    Finally, corporations would rather have more people working and making a fair wage than jobless and on welfare simply so more money can be made. I just don’t believe that anyone becomes poor as others get rich because of capitalism.

  11. The ‘other’ presidential candidate, ‘democracy advocate’, Ralph Nader, would never have accepted the lies and dissembling that all the ‘leading’ candidates cowered before.

    The only presidential candidate who won’t drag his feet, delay, and ‘slow walk’ the Iraq war is Nader.

    The only presidential candidate who recognizes, confronts, and will fight the ‘corporatist Empire’ hiding behind this ‘Vichy’ two-party sham of a government is Nader.

    The only presidential candidate who will stop the corporatist Empire’s looting of the FED and US citizens is Nader.

    Stop the ‘Shock Doctrine(s)’ of the corporatist Empire in Iraq oil-wars and economic oppression and tyranny at home — vote Nader.

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