In today’s world, many people think that we have honest trade and are safe from “monopolies”. Those of us that can see beyond the veil of propaganda know the reality. In other English speaking nations it is referred to as “competitors law”. The notion was initially brought before the U.S.government back in 1890. The “Sherman Antitrust Act” of 1890 was passed into law underneath Benjamin Harrison. It permitted small business pursuits that federal government regulators deem to be aggressive and advised the federal government to investigate. Next we have the “Clayton Antitrust Act of 1914” enacted October 15th,1914. This portion of United States antitrust law started with the intention of incorporating more substance to the U.S. antitrust law. The regime the Clayton Act sought to avoid anti-competitive practices in their incipience. That regime begun with the Sherman Antitrust Act of 1890, It initially outlawed practices regarded damaging people (monopolies, cartels and trusts). Like the Sherman Act, a great deal of the substance of the Clayton Act has been created and animated by the U.S. courts, specifically the Supreme Court. The law attempts to prevent the artificial raising of prices by restriction of trade or supply. “Innocent monopoly”, or a “Monopoly” It is perfectly legal, but acts by a monopolist to artificially preserve that status. But nefarious dealings to create a monopoly, are not. The purpose of the Sherman Act is not to protect competitors from harm from legitimately successful businesses, nor is it meant to prevent businesses from gaining honest profits from consumers, but rather to preserve a competitive marketplace to protect consumers from abuses. In 1914 we also had the “Federal Trade Commission Act” which established the Federal Trade Commission. The Act, signed into law by Woodrow Wilson in 1914, outlaws unfair procedures of competitors and outlaws unfair acts or practices that have an effect on commerce.
Wow…What does all of this imply? A bunch of congressmen and senators set about to “assist safeguard men and women from unfair trade and monopolies”. ( I myself get in touch with B.S.) However lets hold off on going into this “fraud” of when the Sherman Act was passed. This era in time was an antitrust motion to avoid suppliers from joining cost-repairing cartels. After the situation Northern Securities Co. v. United States, which dismantled a J. P. Morgan enterprise, antitrust enforcement grew to become institutionalized. Do we really have decisions where we shop or acquire services?
How is it that companies, like Exxon, can be permitted to merge with Mobil? How is it that Bayer Pharmaceuticals can be permitted to merge with Monsanto? These mergers should really have never been permitted since they restrict the real capability for markets to have decrease charges. When you have no competitors then you have no way of holding charges down. Another great example is Walmart. Walmart was a great store 20 years ago. However let’s look at the harm it has brought to America. Mom and Pop stores are practically extinct. This is because the Walmart buys in bulk which allows them to undersell their competitors. I have a issues with that because Walmart’s prices are nonetheless very inflated from the real expense they pay out. They just acquire products in such massive amounts that it prevents other businesses from being able to even get those same products in stock. That is what killed most of the mom and pop outlets in smaller communities.
If we look at the big picture we can clearly see (without much research) that huge conglomerate corporations are running the show. This is visible no matter what business we decide to look to for evidence. Look at fuel, pharmaceuticals, food, telecommunications and even governments. This should alarm many of us, if not all of us, as it shows the strangle hold that is put on the entire population of the world. What kind of world do we live in when food can be patented and that patent allows pesticide into food? Many countries have enough love for its “people” to prevent the sell of such poison. Not America. In America the monster known as Monsanto has driven the small farmer into extinction. This should have never been allowed but back room deals and payoffs to our elected officials took over instead of the moral and correct choice.
Take a look at the fraud known as the Federal Reserve created on December 23, 1913(note the date and then note the date of the Clayton anti trust act). We all know how big this flashes in huge neon lights “WAKE UP”. Yet not one thing has done about this creation that was passed into law. Shameful is how I look at every elected official that has not attempted to change or completely eliminate this act. Creating currency with debt at the same time makes no logical sense. It has allowed fictitious debt to now accumulate and made the debt impossible to escape. Once you look closely and see how fictitious the Federal Reserve really is then you can not help but see it is just that a total fraud. When a establishment has no financial backing of any kind and yet they print currency and say it has value and debt at the same time that is absurd. It is a totally malicious monopoly that has almost destroyed America as we know it. All the while every senator and congressman has sat in public office and done nothing to correct this atrocity and treason that has crippled America.
Why is it that children are not taught about monopolies and how lousy they are for society? Well once again we know that it is all by design. We have reached a point that we ought to all stand up and demand that the corruption be stopped. The excuses that schools use to mis-educate our children are sickening. If the students do not know law or true history then they will never know how to prevent from allowing the same destruction in our future.
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