L’économie trafiquante, paradigme de la mondialisation. Le Groupe des 20 (ou G20), qui se réunit le 2 avril prochain à Londres, cherche à faire croire à l’opinion publique qu’il est sur le point d’assainir la finance internationale. Scandaleux : l'impôt des groupes privés du CAC 40 n'est que de 3,3% ! Aid in reverse: How poor countries develop rich countries. The idea of international development aid lies at the heart of a tremendously successful PR campaign.
The narrative we have been sold claims that aid has been effective at reducing global poverty. Here I will argue that there are three problems with this narrative. First, poverty is not disappearing, despite what we have been told to believe. Liens ets cac40_3.swf (Objet application/x-shockwave-flash) Bankster.tv présente "L'Argent Dette 3: Evolution au-delà de l'Argent" en Français. The 147 Companies That Control Everything.
Seedindustry.jpg (Image JPEG, 4771 × 3154 pixels) - Redimensionnée (25%) Planet Earth: A Corporate World. The capitalist network that runs the world - physics-math - 19 October 2011. AS PROTESTS against financial power sweep the world this week, science may have confirmed the protesters' worst fears.
An analysis of the relationships between 43,000 transnational corporations has identified a relatively small group of companies, mainly banks, with disproportionate power over the global economy. The study's assumptions have attracted some criticism, but complex systems analysts contacted by New Scientist say it is a unique effort to untangle control in the global economy. [1107.5728] The network of global corporate control. The Network of Global Corporate Control. The structure of the control network of transnational corporations affects global market competition and financial stability.
Slavery Footprint - Made In A Free World. Corporate Dirt Archives. Archives of Boycott Links / Info on Transnational Corporations Can't find what you're looking for here?
Try researching things on your own. This guide to will help. Psychopaths in Power and the Imminent Collapse of Global Society (It's all your fault!) I can't really comment in any informed way on societies in the East, except to point to the Chinese slave workers who produce mountains of plastic crap for Western nations to use and then dump in the ground and oceans; the Middle East's role as a bombing target, 'terrorist' recruiting ground and civil war factory for Western warmongers, and South East Asia and Africa as a block of new 'nations' born out of the 'white man's burden' to civilize their people via brutal colonization and then grant them 'independence' in the form of never-ending debt to Western banks.
In the West, on the other hand, where I live, I can say with confidence that our modern society, its political and social conventions, customs and morality, has passed its expiry date and is well and truly moribund. The Iron Fist Behind the Invisible Hand. INTRODUCTION.
Manorialism, commonly, is recognized to have been founded by robbery and usurpation; a ruling class established itself by force, and then compelled the peasantry to work for the profit of their lords. But no system of exploitation,including capitalism, has ever been created by the action of a free market. CounterSpill. Observatoire des inégalités.
Société anonyme. Odious debt. In international law, odious debt, also known as illegitimate debt, is a legal theory that holds that the national debt incurred by a regime for purposes that do not serve the best interests of the nation, should not be enforceable.
Such debts are, thus, considered by this doctrine to be personal debts of the regime that incurred them and not debts of the state. In some respects, the concept is analogous to the invalidity of contracts signed under coercion. Destructive World Bank projects around the world. The World Bank has a long history of funding projects that are destructive to the environment and undermine human rights, investing in projects regardless of their devastating impacts both on local populations and on our planet.
The case studies selected here demonstrate the range of projects (both geographically, and by type) that the Bank invests in, but they are by no means a definitive list. The World Bank has provided more than $6.7 billion in financing for these projects alone. The Bank has to be held to account for the crucial role it has played in fuelling climate change and human rights violations. Click on the thumbnail images on the map to read about the destructive projects.
Category:Ethically disputed business practices. None of the world’s top industries would be profitable if they paid for the natural capital they use. The notion of “externalities” has become familiar in environmental circles.
It refers to costs imposed by businesses that are not paid for by those businesses. For instance, industrial processes can put pollutants in the air that increase public health costs, but the public, not the polluting businesses, picks up the tab. In this way, businesses privatize profits and publicize costs. While the notion is incredibly useful, especially in folding ecological concerns into economics, I’ve always had my reservations about it. Corporatism Is Not Capitalism: 7 Things About The Monolithic Predator Corporations That Dominate Our Economy That Every American Should Know. Right now, there is a lot of talk about the evils of “capitalism”. But it is not really accurate to say that we live in a capitalist system.
Rather, what we have in the United States today, and what most of the world is living under, is much more accurately described as “corporatism”. James B. Glattfelder : Qui contrôle le monde ? Jean de Maillard. Appel de Genève. William Black: Why aren’t the honest bankers demanding prosecutions of their dishonest rivals? By William Black, a former Federal banking regulator and Associate Professor of Law and Economics at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Cross posted from New Economic Perspectives. This is the second column in a series responding to Stephen Moore’s central assaults on regulation and the prosecution of the elite white-collar criminals who cause our recurrent, intensifying financial crises. Last week’s column addressed his claim in a recent Wall Street Journal column that all government employees, including the regulatory cops on the beat, are “takers” destroying America. Big Pharma criminality no longer a conspiracy theory: Bribery, fraud, price fixing now a matter of public record.
Study finds capitalist network of companies runs the world [with list] A recent study conducted by researchers from Zurich found that a ‘super entity’ of 147 companies controls 40% of the entire corporate network. As protests against unbalanced financial power sweep from Wall Street to the rest of the world, an analysis of over 43.000 transnational corporations found that a relatively small group of companies (mainly banks) have a totally disproportionate power over global economy. The work is quite controversial, as some assumptions were made in order to complete the study – and these assumptions were challenged by some. The Evils of Unregulated Capitalism. Just a few years ago, a powerful ideology - the belief in free and unfettered markets - brought the world to the brink of ruin. Even in its hey-day, from the early 1980s until 2007, US-style deregulated capitalism brought greater material well-being only to the very richest in the richest country of the world.
Indeed, over the course of this ideology's 30-year ascendance, most Americans saw their incomes decline or stagnate year after year. Moreover, output growth in the United States was not economically sustainable. With so much of US national income going to so few, growth could continue only through consumption financed by a mounting pile of debt. High Inequality Results in More US Deaths than Tobacco, Car Crashes and Guns Combined. In 2009, the British Medical Journal (BMJ) published a study that revealed what seems to be a shocking truth: those who live in societies with a higher level of income inequality are at a greater risk for premature death. Here in the United States, our high level of income inequality corresponds with 883, 914 unnecessary deaths each year.
More specifically, the report concluded that if we had an income distribution more like that of the Netherlands, Germany, France, Switzerland — or eleven other wealthy countries — every year, about one in three deaths in the US could be avoided. Put that into perspective. "On est en train de sélectionner les gens les plus dangereux". Le capitalisme criminel Jean-François Gayraud, Xerfi Canal. Monsanto. Zombie Capitalism. Les transnationales au centre de la grande évasion. Charmian Gooch: Rencontrez les acteurs invisibles de la corruption à l'échelle mondiale.
'Occupy Wall Street' Issues First Official Declaration. Capitalism Exploits the Body's Response to Traumatic Stress. Poverty Impedes Cognitive Function. Your Brain on Poverty: Why Poor People Seem to Make Bad Decisions - Derek Thompson. How Goldman Sachs And Its Henchmen Are Starving The World. This Is Your Brain on Poverty: What Science Tells Us About Poverty. Constats de dérives. Obsolescence programmée. L'obsolescence programmée, bientôt interdite ? The Rich and Their Robots Are About to Make Half the World's Jobs Disappear. Planned obsolescence. Falling indelibly into the past. Global Witness. Niches: 71 milliards sous le tapis. Les 7 péchés capitaux des banques / Accueil.
Wall Street’s Euthanasia of Industry : Information Clearing House: ICH. These 6 Corporations Control 90% Of The Media In America.
An Illustrated Education Game. Bernard Stiegler : « Le marketing détruit tous les outils du savoir » Le marketing est une arme de destruction massive ! Category:Corporate crime. Corporate crime. 15 of the Deadliest U.S. Corporations.
Financial crimes. Planet Ponzi - Planet Ponzi. Banksters. Catégorie:Affaire financière. Catégorie:Criminalité financière. 5 WikiLeaks Revelations Exposing the Rapidly Growing Corporatism Dominating American Diplomacy Abroad. 6 Filthy Facts About the Rich. Billionaires With Big Ideas Are Privatizing American Science. Criminalité financière. Xerfi Canal Jean-François Gayraud Le crime de la finance.