|Corporatism isn't "Capitalism," it's Fascism.|
Businesses cannot grow "Too Big To Fail" under Capitalism - where the size of every private company is quite naturally regulated by a man's [or certain group's] ability to raise his/her/their own necessary capitalization... where the Finite Lives of a company's private owners, are largely disruptive toward policies of negative social monopolization... and where the very real measures of legally quantifiable Criminal And Civil Liability, reinforce one's moral and ethical obligations toward overall society in general! This is the greatest verifiable strength of Traditional American Capitalism.
Meanwhile, Modern Corporations aren't in any way bothered by such burdensome and expressly Capitalist Peculiarities. They may gather all their necessary capital from largely Absentee And Collectivist Owners... their Infinite Lifespans virtually assure an increasingly monopolist position... and their lack of any Social Liability stiffens their natural resolve toward inherently psychotic and psychopathic behavior - with respect to any other humanitarian concern! This is the greatest verifiable weakness of Modern American Corporatism.
Moreover, Corporatism is the "Economic Engine Of Fascism." It cannot [factually] exist without Direct Governmental Interference - in officiating at its birth and thereby granting its newly obtained political charter... its inherently psychotic and monopolistic nature absolutely requires Direct Governmental Involvement - in what were once Laissez Faire Free Markets... and the centralization of such great wealth and/or economical power, inevitably exerts a further corrupting influence over every other aspect of a given society in general.
When "Real Americans" are discussing the relative values inherent in Traditional American Capitalism, they are not talking of lifting the necessary and useful constraints governing The Modern American Corporation. In fact, our nation would benefit greatly by immediately breaking them up, once and for all, and ending the unwarranted practice of ever allowing such charters to operate within the boundaries of our currently massive Federalized Union. Rather, we are talking about returning to the Political Sanity and Inerrant Principles - which generated more Industrialized Wealth, than the rest of our planet combined!
In only 100 years, America did what they rest of our planet took thousands of years to accomplish... and we started essentially from nothing. How were we able to do this? We did it with: Hard Work, Ingenuity, Freedom, Brotherhood, and Equality - under the law. We were first and foremost a nation of impoverished immigrants, holding on to nothing more than a dream. We set our eyes upon a glorious future... our hands to the tasks largely before us... our hearts upon the promises of a loving creator... and we never wasted our time in foolishly looking backward!
And yet, if America is going to have a sort of future at all, the time for looking backward is most certainly now here. For having turned Substantially Leftward over the last several generations, we have progressively painted ourselves into a very real corner. Our only hope as a: society, nation, and people is to return to the Underlying Principles, which preordained our factual greatness! It will undoubtedly work again, if we will put forward the necessary effort to do so. But, if we continue on upon our current political course, America will reap the consequential rewards more properly due us... and that, my friends, is a payment for which very few Americans are [quite honestly] prepared to cash it!
*** Note: For more on the interconnectedness of "Capitalism and Freedom:"
- What [Precisely] Is Capitalism?
- "Too Big To Fail" - Governmental And Corporate Conspiracies.
- American Fascism Is Repression And Corporatism.
- Have We Forgotten The Virtues Of Capitalism?
- By The Way Folks, Speaking Of Capitalism....
- Plantation System, Company Store, Or Modern Corporations....
- Evil Corporations And The Freemasons Who Build Them.
- Fascism A Product Of The Left, Or The Right.
- Unbalanced Economic Equations.