Killing the Cancer of the Rigged Economic Layer

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Some citizens get caught up in partisanship, treating the other party as the reason why the U.S. economy isn’t properly serving much of the American public. Other citizens believe the rich are the real enemy rigging the economy. Neither the opposing party nor the rich as a whole is the right enemy.  

Ethical corporations exist, and so do ethical wealthy people. Companies can and do profit in an ethical manner by offering quality products and services that greatly benefit society but at fair, unrigged prices.

The right enemy is the crony capitalists and corrupt officials who unethically profit from the rigged layer plaguing the ethical economy.

Rigged economic layers

Killing the Cancer to Save the Patient

The Zero Theft Movement’s philosophical approach to eradicating the rigged layer of the economy can be compared to an oncologist treating a cancer patient we all know and deeply care about. We aggressively eliminate cancer (the rigged layer) before it fatally metastasizes in order to save the patient (workers, good companies comprising the ethical economy). 

Zero Theft will systematically identify and remove the cancerous areas, leaving the patient healthy and robust. The Zero Theft Movement, our philosophy, and voting software provide the means to eliminate the rigged layer in a way that doesn’t damage the ethical economy.

We celebrate and deeply care about the U.S. and the democratic government established by our founding fathers. This country, this democracy, the economy are what the Zero Theft Movement must save. Crony corporations and corrupt officials represent cancer eating away at the country and citizens we love.

We have started calling out potentially rigged areas of the economy that require debate, investigations, and voting. Here are some of the areas we have explored:

For a complete list of our articles on the rigged economy:

Standard Disclaimer

The Zero Theft Movement does not have any interest in partisan politics/competition or attacking/defending one side. We seek to eradicate theft from the U.S economy. In other words, how the wealthy and powerful rig the system to steal money from us, the everyday citizen. We need to collectively fight against crony capitalism in order for us to all profit from an ethical economy.   

Terms like ‘steal,’ ‘theft,’ and ‘crime’ will frequently appear throughout the book. Zero Theft will NOT adhere strictly to the legal definitions of these terms (since congress sells out). We have broadly and openly defined terms like ‘steal’ and ‘theft’ to refer to the rigged economy and other debated unethical acts that can cause citizens to lose out on money they deserve to keep.