socialism>[ soh-shuh-liz-uhm ]>noun>a theory or system of social organization that advocates the ownership and control of the means of production and distribution, capital, land, etc., by the community as a whole, usually through a centralized government.
That's part of it, but not the part to which I draw attention.>>3776678
corporatism>[ kawr-puh-ruh-tiz-uhm, -pruh-tiz- ]>noun>the principles, doctrine, or system of corporative organization of a political unit, as a city or state.
Yes, but this lacks the connotation of total control.>>3777245
neoliberalism>[ nee-oh-lib-er-uh-liz-uhm, -lib-ruh- ]>noun>an outgrowth of the liberal political movement that is more moderate than traditional liberalism, especially in its embrace of free-market capitalism.
plutocracy>[ ploo-tok-ruh-see ]>noun, plural plu·toc·ra·cies.>the rule or power of wealth or of the wealthy.>a government or state in which the wealthy class rules.>a class or group ruling, or exercising power or influence, by virtue of its wealth.
This is accurate and perhaps a better word, though it too must be a suffix following the word corporate, and it lacks the same level of awareness in popular opinion as compared to the word fascism.
fascism>[ fash-iz-uhm ]>noun>a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.
fascism (normiesphere useage)>evil bad total-control government, probably racist or nazi or something too
I find "corporate fascism" to be as apt a descriptor as can be had in common vernacular, and I believe many of you to be literal corporate/fed/kabal shills (would you prefer I use that?), but I do believe in communicating clearly, and so I have updated my image to address this point. Thank you for your attention in this matter.