To the editor:
Over the past several decades the multinational corporations in America, often with the blessings of the government, have formed complex relationships, closed down American businesses and moved jobs out of this country to foreign countries to exploit much cheaper labor, and have even convinced the American government to wage wars on their behalf.
They want a world where there are only two classes: the super-rich and the poor. Beware of the new world order. Their greatest weapon is infecting governments with corruption. Campaign finance reform must be enacted, or the new world order will turn us all into low-wage slaves. So when you vote here in America, beware of the American multi-industrial corporation complexes, some of which are:
• Coal, oil, and utility energy industrial complex
• Military industrial complex
• Media and telecommunications complex
• Wall Street and financial complex
• Corporate farm and ranch complex
• Manufacturing-industrial complex
• Sports and entertainment complex
These are just a few of the complexes making up the portfolio of the super-rich (the 1 percent). These are intertwined with and represent the many instruments that the rich use to stay in power, and to control the American government and the individual state governments, and thereby we-the-people. The super-rich at the top thrive on subverting the American way of government and have little or no regard for the rest of the American people. Let’s keep the U.S. Constitution close to our hearts when we vote.