Words on Corporate Domination
11.02 interview by Kel on Q94FM
I feel like there's this democracy gap going on the United
there's an erosion of the middle class, which is gonna spell
big trouble. Everything is so run by a few extraordinarily
wealthy corporations and I dont think that's healthy for democracy.
I mean, if you look back, Hitler was very pro-business, and
I think that without proper representation from unions we're
gonna wind up in a two class society and that's gonna be the
end of American democracy.
Right now we're at a time where these corporations are just
allowed to run wild over human beings' lives. Say there's
a huge corporation and they say, "well, we're laying
off fifteen thousand people." But the guy who made the
decision to lay of fifteen thousand people gets paid eight
million dollars a year! It's like, well, why don't you
take a 50% pay cut and let those people keep their jobs? Cause
that's not what it's about.
Interviewer: Are you the type to get to the pulpit yourself,
take it to the boardroom? Or if you did something you'd maybe
just share your thoughts behind the scenes?
I'll keep it on the sly and I will definitely support and
protect and defend people that have the chutzpah and the cajones
to get out there and do it. But me, I mean, come on man, nobody
wants to hear some jackass rockstar think he's smart or talk
about politics. You have very little credibility as a spokesperson
when you're in a position like me. And that's why I can throw
my support behind people and help them achieve their goals,
because they dedicate their entire lives to it.
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