The Corporate Doom Loop

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There’s a concept in warfare called “demoralization.” It’s a type of psychological warfare that slowly whittles down the enemy’s will to fight back against you. This can be achieved in a lot of different ways but Marxists have gotten it down to a science. Demoralization has been a strategy they’ve been employing for generations in the United States and it shows.

Former KGB agent Yuri Brezmenov said it takes 15 to 20 years for demoralization to take effect but the communists have had a lot longer than that. The demoralization process has had so long to seep into every aspect of our society that Americans are more than willing to tear their own country apart for even the most minute sin. Even if the person is factually wrong about why they’re attempting to tear society and the system apart, the process has been so thorough that the facts don’t matter.

All that matters is that the destruction of the American system, way of life, and every value attached to it. All that matters is that the ideals and positions that radical leftists possess are implemented.

But they are all of them, deceived.

The ones participating in the demoralization process aren’t the ones directing it. Perhaps, you’d say that it’s being directed by corporate America, and you’d partially be right, but the manipulators go even further behind the scenes. In fact, when you look at the grand scheme of things, many of these corporations are being forced into these actions

As Comix Division explains in his recent video, Target has found itself in what he calls a “Doom Loop,” or a spiral of collapse that it can’t pull itself out from. To be clear, Target is not a victim in this case. It has a long, proud history of embracing radical leftism. That said, you’d figure that as it loses more and more money, billions in market value, and gets its stock downgraded, the company would begin doing what’s necessary to make the bleeding stop. Yet it doesn’t.

The same can be said of Bud Light, which is currently dissolving in a pit of PR acid before our very eyes but can’t seem to stop doing the things that are hurting it including sponsoring an “all ages drag show.

Let’s take a look at Hollywood. Disney is clearly losing its ass thanks to what is clearly an incredibly woke agenda. Its movies are so full of feminism, references to homosexuality, and bad writing caused by writers who love the message more than the story and characters. Yet, despite the clear backlash, a flagging audience, and even massive losses to its streaming platform, Disney won’t correct course.

In fact, you can see this happening in major projects all over entertainment. For instance, Amazon had all the information necessary to know that making a woke “Lord of the Rings” ripoff show was going to crash and burn yet it still pushed forward in making it anyway. It flopped to no one’s surprise, and given the billion dollars spent on its production and marketing, it’s a flop that will go down in history as one of, if not the worst.

That’s a $1 billion flushed down the toilet and yet they’re going in for a second season that doesn’t look like it’s going to be any better.

Asking these corporations, they would tell you that their failure isn’t their fault. Usually, it’s America’s fault for being racist, sexist, homophobic, transphobic, etc., etc., etc. They will say that the backlash proves that what they’re doing is more necessary than ever. Then they’ll double down and sing a second verse that was just as bad as the first.

They reward failure by setting themselves up for more failure. Where corporations used to adjust course if they found themselves heading for the iceberg, they’ll shout they’re going full speed ahead while calling the iceberg a racist.

This isn’t how businesses behave, this is how government behaves.

These corporate execs have become more like politicians and have abandoned being businessmen.

So they continue doing what they’ve been doing. Why? Because the demoralization process has to continue. If it doesn’t, then the people behind the corporations will punish them for their transgressions against their agenda for more power, money, and authority.

This includes companies like BlackRock and Vanguard who have openly made their intention to make companies obey leftist-based standards like Environmental, Social, and Governance standards. If these companies don’t embrace things like DEI programs or marketing that appeals to certain radical groups, then it’s liable to be punished by these investment firms in various ways.

(READ: The Ones Pulling the Strings Behind These Woke Corporations are Openly Telling You What They’re Doing)

In order to avoid these punishments, including the loss of funding and downgraded investment scores, companies will continue to stay in their doom loop and even make excuses for it.

These failing companies and products are just a continued demoralization effort, and it’s one that is consuming American corporations to the tune of billions and billions of dollars. It is control of America without ever having to be elected by its people. It is the enforcement of leftist standards without ever having a gun held to your head.

The only way to avoid the corporate doom loop is to never put your company in a position where it can be strongarmed by these corporate authoritarians, but in today’s world, that’s a very, very difficult thing to do because they are everywhere and they own damn near everything at this point.



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