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    • It’s not so much these products I have a problem with, it’s the media being run by just a few companies that scares me.
      TapDatAsh 16 jan
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    • And Disney, don’t forget disney
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    • I had a minecraft world with some friends where we had a fully functioning government and economy. We all started businesses and eventually my umbrella company merged with another player's company to create a huge corporation and we became the two richest players. I mostly specialized in farms and
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    • All I'm saying is that it only takes 2.5% of us in America to overthrow the government. On an unrelated note, is anybody free this Saturday?
      JEgnatuk 17 jan
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    • General Mills and Mars can live. Everything else gets the chopping block
      LudicoIo 16 jan
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    • It's even deeper than that, investment funds like Vanguard, Blackrock and State Street probably on majority shares in all those companies.
      cm71682 17 jan
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    • Ok so who else wants to over throw the all governments and devalue any currency to watch all these money living scum die? or is that just me...
      Xanny_01 17 jan
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    • The secret ingredient is crime
      Crabsos 17 jan
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    • We need to start acting on anti trust laws like taft and roosevelt. The government's main job is to protect the rights of the individual. When companies become large enough to infringe on rights and control information they need to be broken up. This is what Jefferson was afraid of.
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    • Overthrow the grocery industry?
      noon15 17 jan
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    • tomorrow is my last birthday
      Rylan 17 jan
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    • Are you trying to tell me that Coca Cola owns Coca Cola
      O_M_E_G_A 17 jan
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    • feature team said fuck it mask off
      JHKV 17 jan
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    • So do you only see Disney when you zoom out?
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    • And (((they))) own most of them
      9100ff 17 jan
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    • The government doesn’t even control us anymore. It’s the corporations now that control everything we do and they know everything about us
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    • Analnoon 17 jan
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    • We seriously need a French style Revolution but all around the western world. Line up the rich and powerful in all walks of life and execute them. It may not be right all around the board but in the end it would definitely benefit everyone else.
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    • That is something we can do about it, we can not buy from them. “Voluntarily transactions”
      funnyblue 17 jan
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    • content not available more
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    • That's almost all food industry. Besides, nuking every last inch of the planet is definitely a solution
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    • dart2 17 jan
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    • Y’all really don’t know about the family do you. I did some digging on the dark web after I got a bunch of dead ends on google and I basically traced every big company that has tons of smaller but still big subsidiaries down to a group of people and I STILL couldn’t get their full names.
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    • you telling me a&w is owned by kraft and pepsico?
      phatt 17 jan
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    • A lot of them were built on the backs of real industrious men. They can be seen as kings and dynasties of the modern age. Whether or not their dynasties are benevolent is all that matters. It isn't difficult to avoid these brands, either. Vegetable markets, local butchers and bakers are a start.
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    • Pringles is actually owned by Kellogg's.. I used to work for them. I know ALL their products.
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    • I worked at a frito lay plant they are the worst. They automated my job after they hired me promised I’d be employeed cut me from 40+ hrs down to 26 then would call me to tell me they didn’t need me to come in then fired me because I requested time off for my son to have surgery but the computer
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    • Firstly, this picture is only of the food and hygiene industry, so this isn't even remotely accurate. Secondly, while sharing about 1% of the workforce, small, privately owned businesses make up about 80% of all firms. The FTC has the power to break up any firm necessary, but they don't (1/2)
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    • You missing essilorluxxotica, they make and sell 30% of the worlds glasses now that they’re combined into one thing. They don’t just make the glasses either, they also own the stores and the benefits companies
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    • Those are just products, not "the world" you simpleton
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    • First of all: I don't care. Secondly: these are all just foods and kitchen/bathroom supplies
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    • Ifunny when they see an organized system in place* “ahh yes this I must destroy, it is the root of all evil”
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    • Can y’all shut up? I have a headache.
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    • i wonder who owns those corporations...
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    • COMMUNIST DETECTED ON AMERICAN SOIL. LETHAL FORCE ENGAGED.
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    • All you motherfuckers keep talking revolution but no one fuckin tries to make it happen. Bunch of damn tradcuck fash larpers and tankie Soviet fetishists being like “da b00g is comin, yer gonna regret it when it’s here” nah FUCK you.
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    • All of the companies, along with funding from the government have strategically made America obese. People just don't fucking accept that they were played for the money and to keep the big pharma afloat (1/2)
      rescuemom 17 jan
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    • Coca cola is missing a shitload..
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    • Let’s boycott Hulu for the 5 minutes of ads interrupted by content every once in a while.
      Bogus 17 jan
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    • A&W apparently is owned by two different companies, who knew?
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    • Wait until you see Verizon, alphabet whatever the parent company walmart was called and Amazon. Verizon will blow your mind
      moldydog 17 jan
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    • How does Kraft and PepsiCo own A&W?
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    • We could start planting explosives at major news networks as a start. And work are way to corrupt corporations like Nestle.
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    • My world is owned by God
      JoeMauser 17 jan
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    • Notice areas of “competition” are usually owned by a single company. Lays, Fritos, Doritos. 5 Gum, Extra, Orbit.
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    • YUM Also owns Long John Silvers. Dr. Pepper Snapple group is its own company. Nestle owns pretty much all bottled water. Some of these other products don't exist anymore. This is just full of inaccuracies.
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    • (((Who))) could be behind this?
      TacticooI 17 jan
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    • I'm not seeing Disney
      Mappy264 17 jan
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    • Jokes on you, I make my own goods
      Triv 17 jan
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    • These are the corps that are poisoning our food and making us sick.
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    • Just PSA letting everyone know that every large news provider is biased and lies about everything. You should only get the news from smaller websites that aren’t owned by a big company. I’d say the only big news outlet that is safe is maybe Russia Today.
      Petr 17 jan
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    • Nestle?! The niggas that sold chocolate powder own 30% of everything? Lmao
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    • Monopoly (Real-Life Edition)
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    • Yes, large companies have multiple products, most of which have a brand name. I get the point they are trying to make but this specific graphic is stupid. Like, oh no! cheetos arent actually
      NOTaNerd5 17 jan
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    • Remember kids! Consolidation is the enemy of the free man and will take away your rights without you even realizing it
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    • Oh no, how ever will I sleep at night
      MrFistHer 17 jan
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    • Disney owns like half the world
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    • This post is dumb af. They forgot Kuerig Dr. Pepper, Berkshire Hathaway, VF corporation, and so many other huge corporations that own lots of brands.
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    • Coca Cola owns Coca Cola
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    • Disney
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    • You want your mind blown? Take a marketing class. The schemes and gimmicks they use are shameful. Psychological manipulation. Ever notice how restaurants have red in their logos? It's because red makes you hungry, contrary to the popular belief it makes you angry.
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    • Where is Hershey?
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    • Its the jews
      Roby_The_Orange 17 jan
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    • Damn I expected more from coke
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    • Rather pay $1.20c for toothpaste (that’s already proven to be good for your teeth) than some stupid offbrand startup for $5 that can potentially fuck up your teeth
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    • I drank a huge ocean water after work (mixed with rum) and I dropped a green dooce that would have made the green goblin proud like 10 mins ago.
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    • Where tf is Walmart in this
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    • Apparently A&W rootbear is owned by Kraft and PepsiCo...according to the chart
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    • Don't forget that the world is bigger than just the united states
      TJ9936 17 jan
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    • Fuck Johnson and Johnson in particular they fucked my dad over
      Egyptians 17 jan
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    • Let's eat the fucking rich
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    • Woah Gain, Tide and Dawn are all owned by the same Corp and I still stand there like an idiot deciding which one to buy
      dresd 17 jan
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    • Axe, with “the axe effect” of making women go wild is owned by the same conglomerate as Dove, the company for women lol
      garrmack8 17 jan
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    • So the alternative (most people want) is to have the government run it all, and in turn the government is heavily influenced if not owned by these corporations. Bottom line is you are fucked whether the govt or the corporations own it. So in other words quit worrying bout the big picture
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    • It’s a mediaopoly
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    • If you zoom out Disney surrounds this
      jacoby 17 jan
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    • Unilever doesn't own half of those brands
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    • Not true actually! Many of the CEOs and shareholders of these companies have names and addresses!
      Khosrow 17 jan
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    • Coke and general mills staying in their lanes
      adronn 19 jan
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    • Proctor and gamble don’t own Pringle’s anymore
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    • Incorrect, I can do whatever I want about it
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    • Am I the only one that is fucking suprised that a Mac n Cheese company OWNS 10% OF THE FUCKING WORLD?!!??!!
      rip_w 19 jan
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    • Walmart
      _AP_ 19 jan
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    • Yum! also owns Long John Silver's and Nathan's
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    • Mars also owns a lot of veterinary practices, like VCA and Blue pearl. Maybe even more
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    • Bruh that’s crazy... but I don’t remember asking
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    • a&w is in pepsi and kraft...
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    • I dont see Hershey amd im pretty sure that they they are huge
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    • The 7Billion of us could Revolt but we just to fucking pussies
      MyPPsmoll 17 jan
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    • Lame attempt... way too many big ones missing. U even suck at cut n paste
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    • Fuck kraft
      Zetiva 17 jan
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    • The world is owned by Pepsiman
      Cables2 17 jan
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    • Let them have it. When society comes to an end and we are pushed into the second dark ages barter will replace paper money and they will become obsolete. The poor will be put to the test and the rich will lose their stability and ultimately anyone unprepared will perish. Ready yourselves.
      Dolemite 17 jan
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    • The reason these companies do this is not exactly for the money in the way you might think. The stock market forces these companies hands into expanding. The reason is, because the stock market is based on growth and not on the amount that a company makes. A company is forced to make more (cont.)
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    • “I love my Milwaukee tools”- you mean your TTI tools? “I love my Hoover vacuum” -you mean your TTI vacuum? “I love my Oreck vacuum” ... yeah TTI again, rigid tools, Ryobi, and more. All TTI. Don’t even get me started on Stanley black and decker.
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    • I own nothing yet people are scared of me anyway
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    • We’re due for a mutiny or two.
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