An allied Freeman study relates to increasing corporatisation of national governments. A stream in it pertains to business dynasties, which it describes as a “fraudulent flock of conspiring cohorts.” It points to a very directed process that has formed corporations aggregate, as distinct from corporates sole … a development that has lent greater muscle to finance and the wealthy, and has brought in the presence of “too big to fail” perception in governments and national regulatory bodies. It points out that, in 2009, 18 of the top 20 global corporations, by assets they possess, were in banking or diversified financials business; the remaining 2 were insurance companies. The top 7 in UK had assets exceeding that of the entire country. The Freeman page @http://www.projectfreeman.com/dynasties-business.htm offers more interesting information.
Source: It’s A Global Conspiracy Of The Few Alright … ( I )
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