Here are two articles that deal with Mitt Romney’s business shenanigans. They demonstrate without a doubt that he doesn’t seem to have any moral standards whatsoever in regard to protecting workers from the ongoing economical crisis. Quite the contrary, as a matter of fact. Mitt Romney has made in the past a profession of « flipping companies ». However, concretely, what he was really doing was to squeeze companies out of productivity, profit, investment and long-term viability. The companies he « flipped » inevitably went bankrupt, providing him with large profits in the process. Mitt Romney’s philosophy in the domain of business is simple. It can be coined as « corporatism », a doctrine that makes the corporation the center of all human life and society, with the notion of profit as its ultimate ideal. Nothing has to stand between the corporation, its leaders, and profit. Profit becomes its own finality. Going further, we have to realize that corporatism is the very essence of the nazi philosophy. In effect, once nazism has been ridden of the holocaust, the eugenics experiments, concentration camps and other of its external manifestations, its very core remains its economical philosophy, corporatism. The fantastic work of Edwin Black presented in his book IBM and the Holocaust gives a clear sense of how the nazi philosophy was in fact something really practical. For more information on this, check this earlier post or this post by radio host and antifascist researcher Dave Emory. If Romney wins the Rebublican Nomination and the Presidency and if he ever applies this philosophy during his mandate, we can say goodbye to the middle class and to unions. He will send the economy spiralling down, and the U.S. will never recover. For myself, I have already stated that my choice for the Republican Nominee was Newt Gingrich. I stand by it. These articles are very revealing of the true nature of Romney’s candidacy. Please take the time to check them out. The third article explores connections between Ron Paul and Mitt Romney.