The fallacy of capitalism causes ‘evil’ companies

Let me start with definition of a company in the context I mean;

From merriam-webster;

3b : an association of persons for carrying on a commercial or industrial enterprise

To this end, a two man plumbing team or a huge multi-national corporation such as coca-cola can be defined as companies.

In today’s world, companies such as Goldman Sachs or Monsanto are considered ‘evil’.  But why?  What makes them ‘evil’?

Those Evil Potheads

It is a late summer evening at the Washington estate on Mt. Vernon. Martha sits quietly across the room as George lights a match and lifts it to a pipe he has rested in the side of his mouth. Out of nowhere, a crashing sound is heard from the front entrance as armed militia enter the room and surround them with weapons aimed. George is then forced to his knees and thrown to the ground as his wife is restrained.

This is not how you would expect a President of the United States to be treated but like many of our founding fathers Mr. Washington was guilty of one of the gravest crimes one can commit in modern American society…he was a pot farmer. In fact, cannabis was a major crop in many parts of the colonies in that time.

These days it has become the excuse for police nationwide to raid homes, arrest non-violent individuals, invade foreign countries, and use up our hard earned tax money to fund all kinds of police brutality. After over 40 years since Nixon first coined the phrase “war on drugs” has anything changed?