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AMAZON is too big

- Sun, 15 Dec 2019 03:28:09 EST 40pbmk0m No.181473
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Remember when governments would help small businesses because mega-corps don't need help?
I don't either.
Jarvis Girringman - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 09:41:45 EST E2Yofruj No.181482 Reply
Breaking up these behemoths is fighting the symptoms not the cause.
There is a fundamental issue in the fact that a company is something that can be sold or acquired by other entities.
Same goes for intellectual "property" or trademarks in the sense that they can be acquired my monetary means at all.
Jenny Sorringspear - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 10:52:01 EST Dg4SuPXx No.181483 Reply
casual reminder America already has all the legislation it needs to deal with these problems, that it has already broken up monopolies in the past for using the exact same vertical integration tactics streaming giants are now, and that it has killed far more powerful corporate titans like Standard Oil

Literally all that has to happen is the American government decides to start enforcing its own laws again
Clara Greenman - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 15:21:28 EST Oi89F67V No.181487 Reply
Prison systems
Mass transit
Environmental protection
Communication and broadcast infrastructure

All monopolies, all government regulated, subsidized and controlled.

Private interests, lobbyists and former politicians line up to take a slice of the pie.

Of course not mass media, at least not directly.

Though the Heyes code and McCarthy did their best to control it, and Fox panders, they are still probably, mostly independent, right?
Ebenezer Sedgetodge - Sun, 15 Dec 2019 19:22:04 EST E2Yofruj No.181492 Reply
To be clear I still think companies should be profit driven but the entity that represents it should not be allowed to be "traded" in the traditional sense.
The stock market would still exist but you could only invest not acquire.
I would limit the maximum amount of stocks a company can ever issue to 49.9% of it's value so this still can be enforced.
The core principle would be something like "You can't sell a concept"
Sophie Drerryford - Thu, 02 Jan 2020 18:09:48 EST md8gMOba No.181784 Reply
With the sole exception of Netflix all four of them are indeed definitely as genuinely evil as Monsanto, Exxon, and Bank of America. I really have no idea why anybody keeps pretending they are somehow more "progressive" or friends of the so called left in America. They are all completely fucking evil and I wish nothing upon them but plague and smallpox just like I do with Walmart. Not the lower class people getting shafted, which of course these companies horrifically abuse and then get shafted as the punching bag for peoples well justified wrath at companies and they don't even get rewarded for their service.

I'll say it again I hope all the people ruling these companies catch smallpox and die.
(Hey boys and girls is this your frisbee?) - Fri, 10 Jan 2020 08:31:44 EST CtDMJRHo No.181960 Reply
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>Stop posting Tezuka, you're dead.
Shaddup Muggsy!
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(Hey boys and girls is this your frisbee?) - Fri, 10 Jan 2020 09:34:08 EST CtDMJRHo No.181961 Reply
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Puck retarded.
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