Correlation between Corporations and Politics

Monday, February 24. 2020

Corporations and Politics

Some people who rail against corporations and the policies set by those corporations, and where often those complaints are made by some for political gain, stating policies engaged in by those intities and very existence of corporations seem to be derogatory or a negative force in society, then those individuals often do not understand what corporations are or should be.

First it must be defined what the true intentions and reasons are why a Corporation exists in determining their purpose and viability as being a good force for creativity and advancement for and all societal groups, they should be viewed as closely as possible to come to a proper conclusion, some do have a negative purpose that is acknowledged, but for others they are a positive force benefiting all! A Corporation is only a conglomeration of those people who have like ideas and skills in order to fulling benefit then by forming such a group increases the chance of success in achieving certain goals, which by the way does not always happen if that idea is not popular to begin with. But that group of people brought together as one having the same goals and principles as many others and individuals do who or seeking strength in numbers in the pursuit of those goals. The negative aspect of any organization whether it’s a corporation partnership or other type of group only comes about by greed, misuse and abuses that follows with any corruption that may exists.
Corporations are a good idea in many cases and benefit all if not corrupt, and anyone who condemns them in anyway not only shows ignorance through their thoughts and actions, but must be corrupt themselves, and because of that, has no right to represent anyone by feeling they are none bois and only acting for the benefit of all, which they aren’t.
Again it must be stated that the only way to cure most societal ills is through good character and unselfish behavior with honest intentions.

The question is of course, what is it you want, by demonizing and banning corporations do you wish there are no opportunities?

As always any dissenting views and ideas are welcome and encouraged.

Using the Common Sense Rule

Sunday, February 16. 2020

Using Common Sense

When using common sense as grounds for any decision that is made regarding any subject or matter being considered care must be used in determining if that common sense is correct or not since everyone feels they possess common sense at least in one form or another. To make that determination there must be a common rule or set of rules to relate to for a comparison.

Several points come to mind for any consideration given to determine if the right path is selected for the purposes of making a correct common sense decision, one being the Ten Commandment as a guide. It is often mentioned by some that these guides are meant for a specific group other than for themselves but if studied correctly it is obvious there isn’t any specific group in mind but all individuals are included.
In some form or another, these principles outlined in those commandments are used by everyone, sometimes selfishly for their own benefit, even atheist use them at times, but never the less, they can and should form a base from which all else stems from.

In making any decision for selecting any specific political candidate these rules should be applied.
For example, one or more candidates make a statement we should take back or country, and I say take back from whom! everyone has their point of view what makes one better than the other.
Some say that everything should be free of charge, but common sense dictates the fact that since there isn’t enough money to accomplish that goal then those who supposedly benefit from anything being free will ultimately have to pay for it anyway, so then it’s not free, that is if we are to keep our rights. Oh sure we can print more worthless money that longer has any value but then you end up like other failed societies.

Free Market VS. Socialism

Monday, February 10. 2020

Free Market VS. Socialism

Certainly in most cases Socialism may sound like a good idea on its surface, but most individuals who embrace that kind of thought have one or more flaws in that way of thinking. One defect is not thinking though fully what the final result may be by adopting Socialism and not understanding how it can harm everybody including themselves, if not now then at some point, or at least harming their offspring in the future by not understanding what is truly feasible as an end goal, is it to inspire creativity? I doubt it, so there may be some other more sinister reason for adopting a Socialist philosophy. One other possibility is that it stems from corruption and criminal intent one the part of a few.

A number of examples can be made which counter any reliance on collectivism in any form whether it be true Communism or Socialism even totalitarianism of some kind, of course anyone can be seen as fools and support those kinds of policies if they wish, and embracing such a philosophy would be one way of showing that, but it also shows total ignorance and ignorance is exactly what education is aimed at eliminating, that is, if it’s not corrupt.

One example would be free Education, but then how would the educators be paid, and idea that sounds good but is flawed!
Another example is free Health care for all but again how would the Doctors and Nurses be paid, one mistake many make is the money to pay for these freebies are someone else’s to give out and not hampered in anyway with limited quantities of money available and has endless resources to draw from which in itself is flawed.
Another cry from some is for workers to unite, but it has to be asked workers unite in what? Many Individuals already have more than enough to support life unlike many on the left may say.

Has anyone thought about just being a consciences unselfish person to cure most ill’s, apparently just from current events many haven't!

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