If Corporations Are People, They Are Psychopathic Monsters

(Sagacious News Network) The Supreme Court has ruled that corporations are people, thus it’s time for the American people to recognize the toxic impact of what amounts to granting psychopathic monsters control over the human realm.

The U.S. government does not represent the interests of the majority of the country’s citizens, but is instead ruled by those of the rich and powerful. These puppet politicians and candidates are just that, puppets! The economic elites provide the masses with these dog and pony shows called “elections” to keep the American people distracted while the real power behind the scenes moves onward with their 50 and even sometimes 100 year plans for humanity. The individual voter is the loser here because the United States is dominated by an oligarchy of economic elites.

Democrat or Republican, Coke or Pepsi, Red or Blue, This Team or That Team; it’s all hegelian dialectical mind control designed and scripted by these money and power hungry psychopaths. They are all working together to achieve their “Great Work” they call the “New World Order” while requiring the masses to support it as well. After all, if you want to make money in this sick psychopathic system, you’d better know and fully support the way the psychopathic wind blows; otherwise, you’ll likely find yourself out of a job, poor, homeless, hungry, and/or reaching an untimely death. See the post titled  ” Psychopathic Narcissists Destroy Who They Cannot Control“.

The damage in human terms resulting from psychopathic behavior, individual or corporate, leaves a destructive trail behind. The individual psychopath contaminates whatever circle he moves in. Corporate psychopathy contaminates the government, society and the culture of entire nations.

America is without a doubt the most psychopathic nation on the planet. Even the puppet Dianne Feinstein said “We still occupy the role of the great Satan” meaning America. Walter Cronkite actually says ” I’m glad to sit here at the right hand of satan” while accepting a Global Governance Award at the World Federalist Association right before introducing his fellow puppet Hillary Clinton.

The title of Hervey Cleckley’s classic volume, “The Mask of Sanity,” says it all. The psychopath is someone who seems comfortable with himself and his surroundings, often of superior intelligence, capable of turning on the charm and generally creating a positive impression. The problem is it’s all fake. There is no genuine empathy, no sense of responsibility or concern for anyone but himself, or in this case itself, the psychopathic corporation.

Corporate psychopathy has been endemic at least since Theodore Roosevelt’s time, it has now risen to epidemic proportions. We are dealing with a virus that ravages people and the environment and has caused a palpable degree of moral fallout. Robert Hare, in his book, Without Conscience, refers to this latter change as resulting in a “camouflage society.” He cites the role of corporate power as fostering a cultural atmosphere “where egocentricity, lack of concern for others, superficiality, style over substance, being cool, manipulativeness and so forth are tolerated and even valued. Moreover, the link between corporate psychopathy and political power is a recipe for totalitarianism.

In the movie “The Corporation” they use the personality diagnostic checklist DSM-IV to test corporations for pathological symptoms:

Callous disregard for the feelings of others. Check.

Incapacity to maintain enduring relationships. Check.

Reckless disregard for the safety of others. Check.

Deceitfulness: repeated lying and conniving others for profit. Check.

Incapacity to experience guilt. Check.

Failure to conform to social norms with respect to lawful behaviors. Check.

Result? Corporations are Psychopaths.

Study the psychopathic mind and start voting with your dollars instead of giving your consent to be ruled by psychopaths via the ballot box.

Learn about  “The Corporation of the UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and stop supporting the economic elites by tapping into your individual power to consent or not to consent.

Get The Documentary:

The Corporation

Recommended Books:

The Corporation: The Pathological Pursuit of Profit and Power

The Mask of Sanity

Without Conscience

Political Ponerology

Snakes in Suits

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