The Corporate Fascist State By James Reed

Benito Mussolini (1885-1945), Italian fascist leader said: "Fascism should more appropriately be called Corporatism because it is a merger of state and corporate power." On this account, most governments in the West are fascist, including Australia. While lip service is given to “democracy,” those who get their way with governments are the corporates, including Big Pharma. The Covid plandemic clearly showed this, with Big pharma influencing health technocrats, who in turn offered policies to governments, such as lockdowns, to soften up people for mass consumption of the vax.

And when the vaccines were available, the government and its health authorities became little more than travelling salespersons for the vax. Respect for time-honoured medical principles such as autonomy and freedom of choice of medical treatment went out the window in the frantic push for the vax. And now, as the dust has settled, governments are not facing responsibility regarding injuries. Big Pharma was permitted to have indemnities in its contracts, kept largely confidential, and given a dream deal. It is free from legal liability whatever injuries ultimately arise. If that is not fascism, nothing is.

As I reported previously at Armageddon Prose, RFK Jr. recently went to legal war with YouTube/Google over its efforts to silence his candidacy and the dissident movement he represents.

It's going just about as well as anyone who understands the interests that the federal courts actually serve would expect it to.

Via The Hill:

"A federal judge on Wednesday rejected a request from Democratic presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy Jr. to temporarily bar Google from removing videos of him from YouTube based on its medical misinformation policies.

U.S. District Judge Trina Thompson found that Kennedy’s case against Google and its subsidiary YouTube is unlikely to succeed because the companies are not state actors and, as a result, can’t be held responsible for abridging his speech."

"But muh free market!"         

"Three cheers for corporate state censorship by proxy!" erupts the cheers from the CATO Institute faction.

"Freedom means the government gets to censor dissidents using allegedly private corporations that it's inexorably intertwined with!" chimes in the Ayn Rand faction.


The theoretical separation of multinational corporations and government is no longer a viable fiction for rational adults living in the modern world to maintain. It was always childlike fantasy, but now the reality is right there in high definition for anyone willing to see. There is no meaningful distinction between the US Department of Justice and Google. They are one and the same.

A rose by any other name…

Corporate libertarianism is fascism.

Libertarian libertarianism – meaning the people throwing technocratic goons off of our backs to create a world free of coercive state or non-state forces altogether – is libertarianism.

For the naïve or uninitiated, here's just one aspect of how the … game works:

Because their mutual interests are obvious, more often than not there doesn't need to be any frank instruction from the government about what to censor on its behalf. It's understood what serves the agenda and what does not, and so what speech to censor and what to allow are clear decisions.

But in cases where explicit censorship requests are necessary, Google executives and the US DOJ sit down, either formally or through back channels. The US DOJ makes it clear that Google is going to censor materials the government finds objectionable or else there will be consequences. The main ace up the sleeve in this regard is Section 230 of the Communications Act, which provides legal immunity for speech expressed on YouTube or similar platforms. So, for example, if an individual is defamed on YouTube, it's the content creator and not YouTube who is potentially liable. Were Section 230 revoked, YouTube's legal bills would mount. This is called the "stick."

The "carrot" is more obvious: lucrative government contracts for entities such as Google that play ball.”




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