Friday, September 3, 2010

Listen to children

This is the speech by 12 years old girl at UN conference.

Hope you feel something from this.

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Corporate Paradox

Earth has moved to an era of globalization. Our lives are dependent on many products supplied by large corporations. We need TVs, comput-ers, cars, and most of all we need substantial amount of affordable energy. If we could have it, we would even want to own servants. How could so much need be satisfied or how could so many things be sup-plied for such big human population on the surface of this earth?

The answer is, perhaps obvious for many, large corporations. Yes, the corporations that are rich with our own money are the answer. They can certainly afford to supply us all we need. But this comes with its own risks. What if one of these giant corporations turn evil; what happens, then? One morning when you woke up, what if you acci-dentally found out that one huge corporation has been planning to de-stroy all humans and end the life. Can that possibly happen? No, one would think not really. That would not happen because if it happened, media members would surely dig it out or investigators of the security forces would uncover it. Even the government officials and authorities would find it out. The corporation would be exposed in one way or an-other.

How could it be exposed and be prevented? If a corporation has a plan to take over the world, can media expose it? No, not if the corpo-ration owns the media. In our era, the media often determines the government in democratic systems. We usually have no choice, but vote for the candidate the media present us as the best option. If there is one or more of the large media organizations that the corporation does not own, the corporation can certainly buy few of those among the organizations to serve their purpose. If a government declared war against a corporation, it would probably have a short life in governing. The media would find a way to collapse those who get in the way of the corporate success.

But the story in this book is not about the media. It is about one big evil corporation. The corporation that provides the entire humanity with the technology, and comfort has secret plans.