The rest of the post is littered with economic fallacies (mainly that
corporations are more concerned about power than money) but this is the
paragraph that I think deserves the most dissection.
A society without dictatorships (or more generally, coercion) is a free
market. How do you propose to educate these "powerful guys"? Persuasive
argument or at the end of a gun? One is the free market and the other is
> Maybe I just want the same thing you do:
> Make this world a better place.
The temptation to sarcasm is great but I shall resist. Nobody on this list
is evil. There are some who are stupid and ignorant but nobody sets out to
do deliberate harm. This can be said of most people in the population.
How many people do you know who go around saying "My goal in life is to
make the world a horrible place to live,"? There are many who have that
effect but most would say that making the world a better place is a worthy