Keith Gill, AKA #DigitalKeith, leader of social media company EmpireKred, thought that we both live in a corporatocracy in the United States and that a corporation could not violate a customers civil rights.
Do you want to be the customer of a corporation that believes they can do anything to you and cannot violate your civil rights by virtue of it’s being a corporation exercising it’s property rights?
Is DigitalKeith’s retweet an endorsement? This quote is positively Orwellian.
I have no idea how a former USAF veteran could have been turned into such a fascist, but it seems clear he is one to me.
As an economic system, fascism is socialism with a capitalist veneer.
With the United States government engaging in partnerships with corporations to “invest at home” it’s clear there’s a major shift from a “free market” with limited intervention in the economy into one of corporate control where citizens are subject to the whims of corporations with little to no recourse.
Do you believe that consumers, aka citizens are protected by the Constitution whether they are directly addressing their government, or simply by virtue of being a citizen of the United States exercising their rights wherever they are?
Are corporations “benevolent dictatorships”?
I have no idea why Keith Gill doesn’t respect consumer advocacy, I just know that he doesn’t, and he’s not above trying to be intimidating to try to get his way.
Capitalism relies on informed consumers not abused by corporate leaders.
If there’s no meeting of minds, there’s not a valid contract, or possibility of informed consent to a sale.
There can’t be a meeting of minds when one side of the discussion, in this case Keith Gill of Avisolve, is willing to use cyberbullying, harassment and intimidation to try to stifle discussion of events that are well within one’s legal rights.
Keith Gill should be ashamed to describe himself as a little L libertarian.
I believe he’s a fascist, to the core.