Sunday, November 25, 2007

What is evil?

Economics tremble under the weight of a heavy management.

Management-heavy companies require certain amounts of greed to operate.

Cheaper production tends to occur in areas of less environmental-impact oversight.

Top-heavy corporations are prone to bending the environmental rules to satisfy their investors.

Governmental subsidization of such companies is tantamount to environmental poisoning and any purchasing done from them is the willing admittance of toxic chemical buildup in the consumer and citizen.

Which begs the question: are you buying your cancer?

Cancer is simply the accumulation of carcinogens that disrupt the system balance to the point of sparking a cellular wildfire. As greedy corporations expand across the globe, the list of known human carcinogens keeps increasing. Allowing corporations,who spew toxic by-products into the environment, to exist via subsidization or patronage is an economic policy leading to heavy expenses and excessive state oversight.

Economics is a political-science which should seek to assist in the healthy living of those it serves because unhealthy living incurs extra expenses upon the state which in turn drives taxes up and/or the country into debt.

Economic policy should foster the development of low-environmental impact companies in order to improve the health of its constituents and lighten the financial load of the state.

In this way prices are driven down and competition begins to thrive in the private individual business sectors, which fosters community and social accountability.

Financial freedom of its citizens is a symptom of state economic policy.

The US is riddled with debt topping $9,126,284,450,762 as of today, averaging $28,412 per person.

Economic political-science must support the well-being of its citizens through the protection from unhealthy corporations. Assisting socially-responsibly companies leads to healthy grow and sustainable competition.