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By lucas@endneoliberalism On 19 Nov, 2015 At 10:22 AM | Categorized As Neoliberalism on Trial | With 0 Comments

Neoliberalism on Trial exposes how military interventions and IMF programs destroyed local industries worldwide, while providing multinational corporations with monopolies over resources, people, and markets. The purpose of Neoliberalism on Trial is to bring to bear the harmful communist-derived ideals that underpin the Neoliberal era, and to reveal how the disrespect for sovereign countries is systematically destroying [...]

By lucas@endneoliberalism On 14 Nov, 2015 At 10:11 AM | Categorized As Neoliberalism on Trial | With 0 Comments

  By the mid 1950‘s, developing countries from all around the world had suffered over three centuries of European imperialism. Consequently after gaining independence, there was a great need for locals to use their resources and develop their industries. As a rule, economies with an impoverished and illiterate population suffers from a market equilibrium favoring  imperialist [...]

By lucas@endneoliberalism On 12 Nov, 2015 At 11:30 AM | Categorized As Neoliberalism on Trial | With 0 Comments

As Greg Grandin argues in The Empire’s Workshop, covert operations in Iran, Guatemala, and Chile served as training grounds for covert operations and military action worldwide, leading up to the illegal invasion of Iraq. As we now know, the chances of finding weapons of mass destruction in the Middle Eastern country were virtually non-existent. In [...]

By lucas@endneoliberalism On 11 Nov, 2015 At 11:53 AM | Categorized As Neoliberalism on Trial | With 0 Comments

Developing countries were rapidly plunging into immense and unplayable debts during the undemocratic and fascist dictatorships of the 1960’s and 1970’s. These debts served multinational corporations in two significant ways:  first, the lack of developmental forces in developing countries hampered their potential to develop their manufacturing industries, while subsidized multinational corporations flooded the local market [...]

By lucas@endneoliberalism On 1 Nov, 2015 At 12:49 PM | Categorized As Neoliberalism on Trial | With 0 Comments

Dictators continue to be an effective mechanism for multinational corporations to secure their monopolies due to their capacity  to ban union laws and environmental laws that would otherwise increase the cost of production. Maintaining fair wages and tax rates and lowering the supply of resources through regulations would automatically decentralize the global economy, by allowing [...]