How Corporate Dictatorship Works

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It Ruined Greece, Now It’s Ruining The U.S. Economy for Workers

WEAP stands in solidarity with the Greek attempt to support the needs of human beings, not the profits of rich corporations. When the world’s global money managers forced Greece to impose austerity on the Greek people, they were just making sure that rich elites and international corporations could profit from pushing the Greek economy into failure. Calls for austerity and privatization in the U.S. are doing the same thing, making sure that corporations benefit at the expense of the rest of us. Click HERE to read how a tiny handful of super-wealthy financial corporations dictated the ruin of the Greek economy. In the U.S., the corporate dictatorship that has captured the allegiance of both major political parties is pushing similar austerity measures on U.S. workers. Why? Because the microchips and algorithms of the electronic revolution allow them to produce goods – and increasingly services – with less and less human labor. They don’t need workers anymore, so they don’t want to feed, clothe, educate, house or provide benefits for workers they don’t need. The Greek people are saying no more, we’ve had enough, we will not accept this trashing of our workers and our families by Global money managers intent on enriching global corporations. The question is whether U.S. workers will continue to enrich a tiny clique, and continue to fuel the corporate dictatorship, or use the power of the robot revolution to meet human needs for the good of the entire society.  Read more details here: Greece-What You are not Being Told by the Media.

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