The first industrial revolution
lasted from around 1780 to 1850.
It was characterized by a transition
from small scale craftwork to mechanized
production in factories.
The great catalyst in the process was the
steam engine which also
caused a revolution in transport as it was used in
industrial revolution was centered around the cotton industry.
engines were made of iron and ran on coal, both coal
mining and iron industry also
The second industrial revolution started
around 1870 and ended around 1930.
characterized by ongoing mechanization with the introduction of the assembly
line, the replacement of iron
by steel and the
development of the chemical industry.
Furthermore coal and water were
replaced by oil and
combustion engine was developed.
Whereas the first industrial
revolution was started through (chance)
amateurs, companies invested a lot of money in professional research during
the second revolution, looking for
new products and production
In search of finances small companies merged into large
scale enterprises which were headed by professional managers and shares were
put on the market.
The third industrial revolution started around 1940
and is nearing its end.
The United States and Japan played a leading
role in the development of computers.
During the Second World War great
efforts were made to apply computer technology to military purposes.
After the war the American space program increased the number of
Japan specialized in the use of computers for industrial
purposes such as the robot.
The acceleration phase of the third
industrial revolution started around 1980 with the advent of the
Family business had to became Limited Liability Corporations to
2020 Fourth Industrial Revolution
started when corporate media pronounced, "Fifteen days to flatten the
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"What is the
elephant in all our rooms?
triumph of corporatism.
Democracy is fiercely
disputed while the history of corporatism
supports the crazy opinion
that corporatism is an
automatically self-correcting system.
Global markets are now more than
ever constantly out of equilibrium.
Again and again, corporatism has
needed the visible hands of
political, fiscal and
legal correction to
complement the invisible hand of
Marx thought capitalism would have a
problem finding consumers for the goods that improving techniques of
production enabled it to churn out.
core logic of ever-expanding desires
through the manufacture of desires is
unsustainable on a global
scale." - Timothy Garton Ash
the Club of Rome 1972
Winterthur, Canton Zurich,
- founded in 1968 by
David Rockefeller, Alexander
King, Aurelio Pecce
"Much of modern industrial culture has been
built upon the premise of
perpetual material growth.
The human world is beyond its
The present way of
doing things is unsustainable.
The future, to be viable, must
be one of drawing back, easing down, healing.
not better weapons or
struggles for power or
material accumulation, is
challenge to the
creativity of the human race.
The difference between
the question of whether human
beings can operate
collectively from a basis of compassion.
In a society that
in people their collectivism,
competitiveness, and their cynicism, the
pessimists are the vast majority.
That pessimism is the
single greatest problem of the current
social system and the deepest cause of
dreaming of colonizing Mars.
A culture that cannot
develop the best human qualities
is one that suffers from a tragic distortion of
information. " - Donella H. Meadows, Dennis L. Meadows, and Jørgen
The dominant ideology of
transnational corporations is predatory.
The notion transnational
corporations are remotely interested in such things as "free trade," or "democracy" flies
in the face of basic common sense.
The industries wreaking
havoc have monopolies using
the powers of government
to legislate and regulate
sub-contractors they wish to control.
People inclined to abuse wealth
and power do as they have always done.
corporations control the
election process, the
courts, the legislative powers of
government, the international treaty
currencies and of course, virtually total control of mainstream
"The tool can be treated just like a piece of metal
- you use it if you want, you throw it away if you don't want it. If you can
get human beings to become tools like that, it's more efficient by some measure
of efficiency - a measure which is based on dehumanization. You have to
dehumanize workers. That's part of the system." -
"Where none are
unemployed in the pre-machine environment of today, it is safe to assume that
at least one man out of ten would always be unemployed ; and in the troughs of
the business cycle the ratio might run as high as two or three out of ten.
Under the hit-and-miss methods of free competition and the unlimited pursuit of
profit the process implacably takes its toll." - Stuart Chase,
Sweatshops trick the uneducated rural poor,
children and adult alike, into starting work
Sweatshops retain workers through
debt bondage and/or mental and
Sweatshops injure workers and the environment at
greater rates as they exist in places without effective or enforced workplace
safety and environmental laws.
"Our country needs to insist that our
trading partners enforce their own labor laws and respect international labor
standards."- Byron L. Dorgan
Christmas tree ornaments sold at Walmart
Stores and other major retailers were made in a Chinese sweatshop employing
workers as young as 12 and others who work more than 100 hours a week according
to Byron L. Dorgan.
Nike's internal pricing documents, found by Charles
Kernaghan in the Dominican Republic, purpose was to maximize the amount of
profit that could be wrung out of the girls and young women who sew garments
for Nike in developing world sweatshops.
Production of a shirt, to take
one example, was broken down into twenty-two separate operations: five steps to
cut the material, eleven steps to sew the garment, six steps to attach labels,
hang tags, and put the shirt in a plastic bag, ready to be shipped. A time was
allotted for each task, with units of ten thousandths of a second used for the
breakdown. With all the units added together, the calculations demanded that
each shirt take a maximum of 6.6 minutes to make - 8 cents for labor - for a
shirt Nike sells in the US for $22.99.
Walmart has roughly 4,400 supplier
factories in China. A large proportion
of these are sweatshops. A Business Week investigation found that as
late as 1999, Kathie Lee handbags were being made in
a Chinese factory
where employees worked fourteen-hour days, seven days a week, thirty days a
month, for an average wage of 3 cents an hour, and were beaten, fined, and
fired if they complained about it!!!
Gap, which outsources most garment producing labor, terminated 136 labor
suppliers and admitted that forced labor,
wages below the minimum
punishment and coercion were among abuses
it had found at those sweatshop factories.
2007 Child workers, some as young as 10, are found
working in sweatshop slavery to
produce beaded children's blouses with serial numbers that Gap admits
correspond with its Gap Kids inventory.
With endorsements from
Kravitz and Sex and the City star Sarah Jessica Parker, Gap has
become one of the most successful and iconic brands in fashion.
Liberia workers are not treated any better.
"Each tapper will draw sap
from about 650 rubber trees a day, where they spend perhaps a couple of minutes
at each tree." - Dan Adontis, president Firestone Natural Rubber Company
into a 21 hour work day.
If employees don't
make their quota their daily wage of $3.19 is cut in
List of American corporations exporting
prior to dawn 2nd
3M A. Schulman, Inc. Aalfs
Manufacturing Aavid Thermal Technologies Abbott Laboratories ABC-NACO Accenture
Access Electronics Accuride Corporation Accuride International Acme Packaging
Adaptec ADC Admanco Adobe Air Adobe Systems Admanco Advanced Energy Industries
Aei Acquisitions Aetna Affiliated Computer Services AFS Technologies A.G.
Edwards Agere Systems Agilent Technologies A.H. Schreiber Co.
American International Group
Air Products & ChemicalsÊ Alamo Rent A Car Albany International Corp.
Albertson's Alcoa Alcoa
Fujikura Allen-Edmonds Shoe Corporation Allen Systems Group Allflex USA
Alliance Fiber Optic Products, Inc. Alliance Semiconductor
Allstate Alpha Thought
Global Altek Altria Group Amazon.com Ames True Temper AMD Americ Disc American
Dawn American Express American
Fashion American Greetings American Household American Management Systems
American Standard American Tool American Uniform Company Applied Micro Circuits
Corp. Amerigon Incorporated AMETEK AMI DODUCO Amloid Corporation Amphenol
Corporation Analog Devices Anchor
Glass Container Anchor Hocking ANDA Networks Anderson Electrical Products
Andrew Corporation Angelica Corporation Anheuser-Busch Ansell Health Care
Ansell Protective Products Anvil Knitwear America Online A.O. Smith Apex
Systems Apparel Ventures, Inc. Apple Applied Materials Applied
Micro Circuits Corp. Arimon Technologies, Inc. Arkansas General Industries
Ark-Les Corporation Arlee Home Fashions Artex International Art Leather
Manufacturing ArvinMeritor Asbury Carbons Asco Power Technologies Ashland
AstenJohnson Asyst Technologies AT&T AT&T Wireless Atchison Products,
Inc. A.T. Cross A.T. Kearney ATMI-Ecosys Corporation Augusta Sportswear
Aurafin-OroAmerica Authentic Fitness Corporation Automatic Data Processing
Avanade Avanex Avaya Avery Dennison Axiohm Transaction Solutions AXT, Inc.
Azima Healthcare Services B.A.G. Corporation Bakka Ball Corporation Bank of
America Bank of New York Bank One Bard Access Systems Barnes Group Barth &
Dreyfuss of California Bassett Furniture Bassler Electric Company Bausch &
Lomb BBi Enterprises L.P. Beacon Blankets BearingPoint
Bear Stearns BEA Systems
Bechtel Becton Dickinson BellSouth
Bemis Manufacturing Co. Bentley Systems Berdon LLP Berne Apparel Bernhardt
Furniture Besler Electric Company
Best Buy Bestt Liebco
Corporation Beverly Enterprises Bijur Lubricating Corp. Birdair, Inc. BISSELL
Black & Decker Black Diamond Equipment Blauer Manufacturing Blue Cast Denim
Blyth, Inc. BMC Software Bobs Candies Boeing Borden Chemical Bose Corporation
Bourns Bowater Braden Manufacturing Brady Corporation Briggs Industries Brinker
International Bristol-Myers Squibb Bristol Tank &
Welding Co. Brocade Brooks Automation Brown Wooten Mills Inc. Buck Forkardt,
Inc. Bumble Bee Burle Industries Burlington House Home Fashions Burlington
Northern and Santa Fe Railway C&D Technologies Cadence Design Systems Cains
Pickles California Cedar Products Company Camfil Farr Candle Corporation
Capital Mercury Apparel Capital One Cardinal Brands Cardinal Industries Carrier
Carris Financial Corp. Carter's Caterpillar C-COR.net Cellpoint Systems
Cendant Centis, Inc. Centurion Wireless Technologies Cerner Corporation Charles
Schwab The Cherry Corporation ChevronTexaco CIBER Ciena Cigna
Circuit City Cirrus Logic Cisco Systems Citicorp Clear Pine Mouldings Clorox
CNA Coastcast Corp. Coca-Cola Cognizant Technology Solutions Coherent, Inc.
Collins & Aikman Collis, Inc. Columbia House Columbia Showcase &
Cabinet Company Columbus McKinnon
Comcast Holdings Comdial
Corporation CompuServe Computer Associates Computer Horizons
Computer Sciences Concise
Fabricators Conectl Corporation Conseco Consolidated Metro Consolidated Ventura Continental
Airlines Convergys Cooper-Atkins Corporation Cooper Crouse-Hinds Cooper
Industries Cooper Power Systems Cooper Tire & Rubber Cooper Tools Cooper
Wiring Devices Copperweld Cordis Corporation Corning Corning Cable Systems
Corning Frequency Control Countrywide Financial COVAD Communications Covansys
Cray, Inc. Creo Americas Crompton Corporation Cross Creek Apparel Crouzet
Corporation Crown Holdings CSX Cummins Curtis Instruments Cutler-Hammer Cypress
Semiconductor Dana Corporation Daniel Woodhead Dan Post Boot Company Dan River
Data-Ray Corporation Datex-Ohmeda Davis Wire Corp. Daws Manufacturing Dayton
Superior Dearborn Brass DeCrane Aircraft Delco Remy
Dell Computer Del Monte Foods DeLong
Sportswear Delphi Delta Air Lines Delta Apparel Disney Direct TV Discover DJ
Orthopedics Document Sciences Corporation Dometic Corp. Donaldson Company
Dorr-Oliver Eimco USA, Inc. Douglas Furniture of California
& Bradstreet DuPont DuPont
Beaumont Works Earthlink Eastman Kodak Eaton Corporation Edco, Inc. Editorial
America Edscha eFunds e-Gain Communications Corp. Egs Electrical Group Ehlert
Tool Company Elbeco Inc. Electroglas Electronic Data Systems Electronics for
Imaging Electro Technology Eli Lilly Elkins
Hardwood Dimension Elmer's Products E-Loan EMC Emerson Electric Emerson Power
Transmission Emglo Products Endwave Corporation Engel Machinery En Pointe
Technologies Equifax Ernst & Young Essilor of America Ethan Allen Ethicon
Evenflo Evergreen Wholesale Florist Evolving Systems Evy of California Exabyte
Corporation Exfo Gnubi Products Group Expedia Extrasport
Manufacturing Fair Isaac Fansteel Inc. Farley's & Sathers Candy Co. Fasco
Industries Fawn Industries Fayette Cotton Mill FCI USA Fedders Corporation
Federal Mogul Federated Department Stores Fellowes Fender Musical Instruments
Fidelity Investments Financial Techologies
International Findlay Industries First American Title Insurance First Data
First Index Fisher Controls Fisher Hamilton Fisher-Rosemount Systems Flowserve
Fluidmaster Fluor FMC Corporation Fontaine International Ford Motor Foster
Wheeler Franklin Mint Franklin Templeton Freeborders Friedrich Air Conditioning
Co. Frito Lay Friwo-Emc
Fruit of the Loom Garan Manufacturing Gateway GE Capital GE Medical Systems
G.E. Packaged Power Gemtron Corporation General Binding Corporation General
Cable Corp. General Electric
Generation 2 Worldwide Genesco Georgia-Pacific Gerber Childrenswear Gillette
Glacier West Sportswear Global Power Equipment Grp. GlobespanVirata Golden
Northwest Aluminum Goldman Sachs
Gold Toe Brands Goodrich Goodyear
Tire & Rubber Google Goss Graphic Systems Graphic Controls Graphite Design
International Green Bay Packaging Greenpoint Mortgage Greenwood Mills Grote
Industries Grove US LLC Guardian Life Insurance Guilford Mills Gulfstream
Aerospace Corp. Haggar Halliburton Hamilton Beach/Procter-Silex Hamilton
Sundstrand Harman International Industries Harper-Wyman Company The Hartford
Financial Services Group Hasbro Manufacturing Services Hawk Corporation Hawker
Power Systems, Inc. Haworth Headstrong HealthAxis Hedstrom Hein-Werner Corp.
Helen of Troy Helsapenn Inc.
Associates Hewlett-Packard Hoffman
Enclosures, Inc. Hoffman/New Yorker The Holmes Group
Home Depot The HON Company
Honeywell Hooker Furniture Corporation HSN Hubbell Inc. Hudson Rci Humana
Hunter Sadler Hutchinson Sealing Systems, Inc HyperTech Solutions IBM iGate
Corporation Illinois Tool Works IMI Cornelius Imi Norgren Imperial Home Decor
Group Inamed Corporation Indiana Knitwear Corp. IndyMac Bancorp Inflation
Systems Infogain Ingersoll-Rand Innodata Isogen Innova Solutions Insilco
Technologies Intalco Aluminum Corp. Intel InterMetro Industries International
Garment Processors International Paper International Steel Wool Corp. Interroll
Corporation Intesys Technologies Intuit Invacare Iris Graphics, Inc. Isola
Laminate Systems Iteris Holdings, Inc. Itronix Corporation ITT Educational
Services ITT Industries Jabil Circuit
Jacobs Engineering Jacuzzi Jakel, Inc. JanSport Jantzen Inc. JDS Uniphase
Jockey International John Crane John Deere Johns Manville Johnson & Johnson
Johnson Controls JPMorgan Chase J.R.
Simplot Juniper Networks Justin Brands K2 Inc. K&S Interconnect KANA
Software Kaiser Permanente Kanbay Kayby Mills of North Carolina Keane Kellogg
Kellwood Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. KEMET KEMET Electronics Kendall Healthcare
Kendro Laboratory Products Kenexa Kentucky Apparel Kerr-McGee Chemical KeyCorp
Key Industries Key Safety Systems Key Tronic Corp. Kimberly-Clark KLA-Tencor
Knight Textile Corp. Kojo Worldwide Corporation
Kraft Foods Kulicke and
Soffa Industries Kwikset LaCrosse Footwear L.A. Darling Company Lake Village
Industries Lamb Technicon Lancer Partnership Lander Company Lands' End Lau
Industries Lawson Software Layne Christensen La-Z-Boy Leach International Lear
Corporation Leech Tool & Die Works Legendary Holdings, Inc.
Lehman Brothers Leoni Wiring
Systems Levi Strauss Leviton Manufacturing Co. Lexmark International Lexstar
Technologies Liebert Corporation Lifescan Lillian Vernon Linksys Linq
Industrial Fabrics, Inc. Lionbridge Technologies Lionel Littelfuse LiveBridge
LNP Engineering Plastics Lockheed Martin
Longaberger LOUD Technologies Louisiana-Pacific Corporation Louisville Ladder
Group LLC Lowe's Lucent Ludlow Building Products Lund International Lyall
Alabama Madill Corporation Magma Design Automation Magnequench Magnetek Maida
Development Co. Maidenform Mallinckrodt, Inc. The Manitowoc Company Manugistics
Marathon Oil Marge Carson, Inc. Marine Accessories Corp. Maritz Marko Products,
Inc. Mars, Inc. Marshall Fields Master Lock Masterwork Electronics Materials
Processing, Inc. Mattell Maxim Integrated Products Maxi Switch Maxtor
Corporation Maxxim Medical Maytag McDATA Corporation McKinsey & Company
MeadWestvaco Measurement Specialties, Inc. Mediacopy Medtronic
Mellon Bank Mentor Graphics Corp.
Merck Meridian Automotive
Systems Merit Abrasive Products Merrill Corporation
Metasolv MetLife Michigan Magnetics Micro Motion, Inc. Micron Technology
Microsoft Midcom Inc. Midwest Electric
Products Milacron MKS Instruments Modern Plastics Technics Modine Manufacturing
Moen Money's Foods Us Inc. Monona Wire Corp. Monsanto Moog, Inc.
Morgan Stanley Motion Control
Industries Motor Coach Industries International
Motorola Mrs. Allison's Cookie Co. MTD
Southwest MTI Technology Corporation Mulox Munro & Company My Room, Inc.
Nabco Nabisco NACCO Industries National City Corporation National Electric
Carbon Products National Life National Semiconductor National Textiles NCR
Corporation neoIT NETGEAR Network Associates Newbold Corporation Newell
Porcelain Co. Newell Rubbermaid Newell Window
Furnishings New World Pasta New York Life Insurance Nice Ball Bearings
Nike Noble Construction Equipment Nordstrom
Northrop Grumman Northwest
Airlines Nu Gro Technologies Nu-kote International NutraMax Products Nypro
Alabama O'Bryan Brothers Inc. Ocwen Financial Office Depot Ogden Manufacturing
Oglevee, Ltd Ohio Art Ohmite Manufacturing Co. Old Forge Lamp & Shade The
Oligear Company Olympic West Sportswear Omniglow Corporation O'Neal Steel Inc.
ON Semiconductor Oplink Communications, Inc. Oracle Orbitz OshKosh B'Gosh
O'Sullivan Industries Otis Elevator Outsource Partners International
Owens-Brigam Medical Co. Owens Corning Owens-Illinois, Inc. Oxford Automotive
Oxford Industries Pacific Precision Metals Pak-Mor Manufacturing Palco Labs
palmOne Paper Converting Machine Co. Parallax Power Components Paramount
Apparel Parker Hannifin Parks & Wolson Machine Co. Parsons E&C;Pass
& Seymour Legrand Paxar Corporation Pearson Digital Learning Peavey
Electronics Corporation Pendleton Woolen Mills PeopleSoft PepsiCo Pericom
Semiconductor PerkinElmer PerkinElmer Life Sciences, Inc. Perot Systems
Pfaltzgraff Pfizer Phillips-Van Heusen
Photronics Pinnacle Frames Pinnacle West Capital Corporation Pioneer Companies
Pitney Bowes Plaid Clothing Company Planar Systems Plexus Pliant Corporation PL
Industries Polaroid Polymer Sealing Solutions Portal Software Portex, Inc.
Portola Packaging Port Townsend Paper Corp. Power-One Inc. Pradco Pratt &
Whitney priceline.com Price Pfister Pridecraft Enterprises Primanex Corporation
Prime Tanning Primus Telecom Procter & Gamble Progress
Lighting ProQuest Providian Financial Prudential Insurance Q.C. Onics Ventures
Quadion Corporation Quaker
Oats Quantegy Quark Quickie Manufacturing Corp.
Radio Flyer Radio Shack Rainbow Technologies Rawlings Sporting Goods Rayovac
Aircraft RBX Industries RCG Information Technology Red Kap Regal-Beloit
Corporation Regal Rugs Regal Ware, Inc. Regence Group Renfro Corp. Respiratory
Support Products Rexnord Industries R.G. Barry Corp. Richardson Brothers Co.
Rich Products River Holding Corp. Robert Manufacturing Robert Mitchell Co.
Rochester Button Co. Rockshox Rockwell Automations Rockwell Collins Rogers Rohm
& Haas Ropak Northwest Roper Industries, Inc. Royce Hosiery RR Donnelley
& Sons Rugged Sportswear Russell Corporation S1 Corporation S & B
Engineers and Constructors Sabre Safeway SAIC
Sallie Mae Samsonite Samuel-Whittar,
Inc. SanDisk Corporation Sanford Sanmina-SCI Sapient Sara Lee Saturn
Electronics & Engineering Sauer-Danfoss SBC Communications Scantibodies
Laboratory Schott Scientific Glass Schumacher Electric Scientific Atlanta The
Scott Fetzer Company Seal Glove Manufacturing Seco Manufacturing Co. SEI
Investments SEMCO (Southeastern Metals Manufacturing) Sequa Corporation Seton
Company Sheldahl Inc. Shipping Systems, Inc. S.H. Leggitt Co. Shugart Corp.
Siebel Systems Sierra Atlantic Sights Denim Systems, Inc. Signage, Inc. Signal
Transformer Signet Armorlite, Inc. Sikorsky Silicon Graphics Silvered
Electronic Mica Company Simmons Juvenile Products Simonds International Simula
Automotive Safety SITEL Skyworks Solutions SMC Networks SML Labels Snap-on,
Inc. SNC Manufacturing Company SoftBrands Sola Optical USA Solectron Solon
Manufacturing Co. Sonoco Products Co. Southwire Company Sovereign Bancorp
Specialized Bicycle Components Spectrum Control Spicer Driveshaft Manufacturing
Spirit Silkscreens Springs Industries Springs Window Fashions
Sprint Sprint PCS SPX
Corporation Square D SRAM Corporation Standard Textile Co. Stanley Furniture
Stanley Works Stant Manufacturing Starkist Seafood State Farm Insurance State
Street Steelcase StorageTek Store Kraft
Manufacturing StrategicPoint Investment Advisors Strattec Security Corp.
Strombecker Corp. STS Apparel Corporation Summitville Tiles Sun Microsystems
Sunrise Medical Suntron SunTrust Banks Superior Uniform Group Supra Telecom
Sure Fit SurePrep The Sutherland Group Swank, Inc. Sweetheart Cup Co. Swift
Denim Sykes Enterprises Symbol Technologies Synopsys Synygy Takata Retraint
Systems Target Teccor Electronics Techalloy Company, Inc. Technotrim Tecumseh
Tee Jays Manufacturing Telcordia Telect Teleflex TeleTech Telex Communications
Tellabs Tenneco Automotive Teradyne Texaco
Exploration and Production Texas Instruments Textron Thermal Industries
Therm-O-Disc, Inc. Thermo Electron Thomas & Betts Thomas Saginaw Ball Screw
Co. Thomasville Furniture Three G's Manufacturing Co. Thrivent Financial for
Lutherans Tiffany Industries
Time Warner The Timken
Company Tingley Rubber Corp. TMD Friction Tomlinson Industries The Toro Company
Torque-Traction Mfg. Tech. Tower Automotive Toys "R" Us Trailmobile Trailer
Trans-Apparel Group TransPro, Inc. Trans Union Travelocity Trek Bicycle
Corporation Trend Technologies TriMas Corp. Trinity Industries Triquint
Semiconductor TriVision Partners Tropical Sportswear Trumark Industries TRW
Automotive Tumbleweed Communications Tupperware Tyco Electronics Tyco
International Tyler Refrigeration UCAR Carbon Company Underwriters Laboratories
UniFirst Corporation Union Pacific Railroad Unison Industries Unisys United
Airlines UnitedHealth Group Inc. United Online United Plastics Group US Ceramic
Tile United Technologies Universal Lighting Technologies USAA Valence
Technology Valeo Climate Control Valeo Switches & Detection Systems VA
Software Vaughan Furniture Co. Velvac Veritas
Products Vestshell Vermont, Inc. VF Corporation Viasystems Vilter Manufacturing
Corp. Virginia Industries Virginia KMP Corporation Vishay Intertechnology
Vishay Vitramon Visteon VITAL Sourcing Wabash Alloys, L.L.C. Wabash
Bank Walgreens Walls Industries Warnaco Washington Group International
Washington Mutual Waterbury Companies Waterloo Industries Weavexx Webb
Furniture Enterprises WebEx Weiser Lock WellChoice Wellman Thermal Systems
Werner Co. West Corporation West Point Stevens Wetherill Associates Weyco Group
Weyerhaeuser Whirlpool White Rodgers Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company
Winpak Films Wolverine World Wide Woodstock Wire Works Woodstuff Manufacturing
WorldCom World Kitchen Worldtex Wright Products Wyeth Wyman-Gordon Forgings
Xerox Xpectra Incorporated Xpitax Yahoo! Yarway Corporation York International
Zenith ZettaWorks Zimmerman Sign Company
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Fractional reserve banking debt
soulless followers of Mammon
control every thought and
convinced the American
people the only monetary
system centralized banking with an
elite controlling the edifice.
Soulless Reptilian Money Changers
with special "magical" banking
powers centralize private
control through complex financial
instruments, intangible fungible
assets and debt bondage that
mandates flesh and blood
commissions us to overturn Reptilian institutions and the
soulless followers of Mammon
that threaten the Earth and
the children of
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