Patrickov wrote:Passive regulation yes, but here the OP is advocating active regulation.
It can be extremely active. As in "censorship" and "banning."
Virtually every doctor who announces that our patented vaccines are possibly unnecessary and harmful... get banned.
The commercial media smears them. Twitter (a private company) bans critics of Pfizer (another private company), and the boards of directors of Pfizer, Thomson Reuters, and Twitter - all golf together. They also share some large shareholders.
This is how USA capitalism works. It guarantees conflicts-of-interest because conflicts of interest is an easy way to make fast money. Like genocide was for the early settlers.
Q: How to enslave people?Plato
: "Heaven and hell myths"MK Ultra
: "Drugs, isolation and repeated messages"