Any one watch this movie? It's kind of funny, i'll try to summarize what I seen here:
Corporations invent all this new shit that creates greatness but is bad for the world. Plunders the shit out of the earths resources. Big tycoons are nice guys have small homes live small lives, the corporation is a seperate entity from them and they never intended for any of these bad things to happen it's just how it manifested itself.
Certain corporations are more evil than others for example: monsanto, probably the worst megacorp ever created, deaths and suffering comparable to Hyroshima and Nagasaki.
It kind of starts off about Slavery and how it was amended in the constitution and certain lobbyists would find loopholes to exploit labour yet still. It's odd later because all of the individuals in suits are posed against a black background perhaps to expose their white skin.
There are smart black savvy people in the movie don't get me wrong, I just think it's ironic. They go on to deplore about how all the people dying in the world trade centers was impeccably good for certain economic respects and how some people gained immensley when it fell (not really the point here).
Anyway, corporations are out of control, they don't have to answer to anyone. They're psychopathic because they don't live within any of the human constraints of a model utopian society. They pay millions to billions every year in criminal damages to the earth and human suffering and so on.
Final thought on this movie, the war for oil is ever compounding. We need to use capitalism and so on to harness solar power, cold fusion, geothermal heat, wind power, w/e to reduce the amount of global stress that revolves around the trade of oil before it comes back to our own lands to haunt us and destroys our own earth. If some asshole some where fucks up something it's over for all of us. Half of all of germany's power was running off of of solar power. Why can't electric cars be more prevelant in today's society? They probably break down less for fuck sakes.