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The Conspiracy Too Big for Glenn Beck

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Let's start to pull these thoughts together to form the final conspiracy by asking a few questions.


  • Who has the most money to influence elections to get the candidates and parties they want in power? Mega Corporations.

  • Who has the money to create, manipulate and motivate faux-grass roots organizations to support right wing candidates? Mega Corporations.

  • Who do these right wing candidates favor with deregulations when in power? Mega Corporations.

  • Who most benefits from anarchy in business, corporations or the middle class workers? Mega Corporations.

  • If you were a corporation how much would you love to see an America populated with cheap desperate labor who have no choice but to accept your pay because they no longer have any social safety nets?

  • If you were a corporation how much would you like to pay few if any taxes including Social Security or income tax?

  • If you were a major corporation how much would the elimination of the American middle class help your bottom line if it meant depressed wages, no benefits, no sick pay, no vacation pay, no withholding and so on?

  • If you were a corporation how much would it increase your profits if you never had to worry about regulations to protect your workers, or the environment, or against shoddy or down right dangerous or defective products?

  • If you were a corporation how much would you like your menial work force to be poorly educated so they no longer have the intellectual skills to challenge their lot in life?


How would mega corporations go about designing what, for them, is the perfect country for profits?


Elimination of the Middle Class as a viable force in politics.


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