Corporate Social Responsibility

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(But that's okay, just sit there with your finger up your nose as secular progressives screw with your investments.)



Note: The links and resources on this Web page are intended only for those who wish to data mine news and resources on this specific subject matter from the period of time starting with 2008, when Obama was running for office, until the near end of his term in late August 2012.



Secular liberal Web site on the world environment, pushing CSR agenda.


CSR is not unlike Obama's Social Justice that forces social agendas on people.

CSR instead pushes social agendas on corporations.

The scheme is not unlike what Bill Clinton as president and Barack Obama as an attorney for ACORN on the southside of Chicago did in the 1990s, their using Alinsky tactics to force bank CEOs to give out loans to customers in poor neighborhoods who wouldn't be able to meet the paperwork they had signed. Clinton then used the government's Freddie and Fannie to allow the bank's to get rid of their red paperwork. Because of that Freddie and Fannie now hold a majority of America's mortgages, it estimated 25% are underwater, with these government financial firms left out of the Democrat's corporate responsibility financial bill to protect their goose that laid the golden egg. The corruption is beyond anything America has ever seen since the days of Woodrow Wilson.

The scheme lead banks to understand the new rules for corruption that was being allowed by the ruling Democrats in Congress, changing their standards from 30-year fixed loans to 40-year fixed loans with interest-only payments the first ten years with little or no money down. The loans also allowed cheap ARMs that would come due in five years when it was thought the customer could better afford the loan. But it didn't happen, and people either walked away from their homes or had mortgages that were worth more than the properties and the homes themselves, a term called being Underwater.

But this new technique of allowing the buying of homes with little or no cash put down by the buyer allowed creative entrepreneurs to start a new money-making techniques called "flipping." The flipping worked as long as the housing market continued to grow. When the bubble burst, those who had bought homes with the intent of reselling them quickly were burned, suddenly holding property worth less than the paper it was written on.

But the scheme would get Washington Democrats another voting block, and about a decade later in 2008 the party's greed would almost take down the America's economy.

Now the same same people are starting it all over again in 2010, this time radical Barack Obama is president, getting elected on the promise of hope and change to America's new generation of brats, the hope and change being free money off the backs of others. Again, the greed of the Democrat Party may have put a final nail in America's coffin of outstanding success in the world.


Note the links on this page are old because the term CSR was not friendly to the agenda of socialists, so the news items today rarely reflect the term and why there are almost no new links below. The new terms of social justice and the green movement have all but taken its place.

However, the secular liberal Web site, EarthTimes, is openly dedicated to the CSR agenda, giving world news on pushing a socialist agenda on corporations in America and around the world. Beck had it right. We live in a very dangerous world to our being able to survive in the future with Obama's radical ties to the SDS's rebirth and its hopes to bring down the country so they can then rule.

It is nothing new, many parents and grandparents having called it Communism before the 1960s, keeping the lid on it until the new generation of spoiled brats came to life in the 1970s. Where did they come from? Where do you think? From those brave Americans who got off those ships and planes after winning WWII, promising "my children will never go through that."

And they didn't, free to run wild.

So who are these other spoiled brats? Check out the one below, now a boomer. - Webmaster

Mr. Ramirez is a Lincoln Fellow and has won several awards during his career, including the 1994 Pulitzer Prize, the UCI Medal from the University of California, Irvine and the Sigma Delta Chi Awards in 1995 and 1997. He has been the editorial cartoonist of the Los Angeles Times, the Commercial Appeal and USA Today, and is nationally syndicated in over 450 newspapers around the world.
Cartoons by Michael Ramirez



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Corporations adopt political correctness and enthusiastically support only one type of pride.

Home Depot, too (see photo below.)

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LifeTuner: How AARP Came to Serve Twentysomethings - Nov 2009

Will Corporate Social Responsibility Save Obama's Socialist Experiment? - May 2009

Sick, Irresponsible CSR - Feb 2009

History's Cesspool of Bad Ideas: Socialism and Corporate Social Responsibility - Feb 2009

The Economic Recession and the Future of CSR - Dec 2008

Over one-half million people have signed a pledge to boycott The Home Depot until it agrees to remain NEUTRAL in the culture and political war over homosexual marriage.
HOME DEPOT celebrates only one type of pride. But why? No diversity?


CSR means Corporate Social Responsibility, but we feel it's more correct as Communism & Socialism Rules.

Winston Churchill once observed: “Socialism is a philosophy of failure, the creed of ignorance and the gospel of envy, its inherent virtue is the equal sharing of misery.” - Nick Nichols


PC Canadian Corporate Video game maker now provides an estimated 1.6 million kids and young adult Xbox 360 users around the world, (and mounting - pardon the pun), with naked digital images for sex with its sci-fi characters.


U.S. Treasury fears Islamic strings on investments - Mar 07

The U.S. Treasury is struggling with how to handle any political or Islamic ramifications as Persian Gulf sovereign wealth funds look to make substantial investments in capital-poor American banks and securities firms.

The crisis in mortgage-backed securities has created a need for new capital to enter financial markets after major financial institutions such as Bear Stearns and Carlyle Capital Corp. failed over the weekend.

The crisis is an opportunity for sovereign wealth funds that have prospered as the price of oil has soared over $110 a barrel.

WND previously reported sovereign wealth funds in six Persian Gulf countries, including Kuwait, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar, have now amassed $1.7 trillion, positioning them for attempts to control major banks and securities firms in the U.S.

The question is whether political strings will come with the investment from the Islamic oil-rich states . . . read more


CSR and the Democratic Policies of the 2008 Elections. Get ready for hell!

CSR’s true agenda is to use corporations in order to thrust a liberal policy agenda on the country. Jarol Manheim documented this strategy in his 2004 book, “Biz-War and the Out-of-Power Elite”. Manheim illustrated that liberal ideologues, under the guise of CSR, waged an “anti-corporate campaign” with the sole purpose of using the corporate infrastructure to thrust the liberal political agenda on the country. The positions of the 2008 Democratic candidates are a testament to how successful this campaign has become.

Take global warming as an example. It is universally held by the Democratic candidates that the U.S. must adopt strict greenhouse gas emission requirements. Strict environmental regulations, which do not offset the adverse economic impacts from the policy, reduce overall economic growth and job creation. The U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) during the Clinton Administration estimated that overall economic growth could decline by up to 4.2 percent if a cap-and-trade system to achieve the Kyoto Protocol targets (7% below 1990 emissions by 2008-2012) were implemented . . . get your heads out of the clouds, read more!

Under mounting populist campaigns against them, corporations have followed the CSR script by accepting the environmentalists’ positions. For instance, USCAP is a “partnership” of environmental groups and a diverse group of leading corporations such as Alcoa, PepsiCo, General Electric, and AIG. USCAP supports “Mandatory approaches to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the major emitting sectors including emissions from large stationary sources, transportation, and energy use in commercial and residential buildings.” (


Cap & Trade Regulations: an Energy Supply Shock


Corporations for hire to control thermostats in your home via wireless device

"The implications of this language are far-reaching and Orwellian," he said. "For the government and utility company to say, 'We're going to control the devices in your house, and you have no choice in that matter,' that's where the line is drawn. That sentence must be removed." . . . read more


CSR: A Left-Wing Conspiracy Dressed Up As A Right-Wing Conspiracy?

I often wonder how the millions of people who have died from malaria would have voted if they had been given the chance to elect or reject the activist groups who systematically denied them access to mosquito-killing pesticides because they know what’s best for indigenous people. Or, how about the people who have been denied the benefits of running water, electric power, modern agriculture and, yes, the revenues from natural resources because these things just did not fit into the activists’ concept of sustainability and social responsibility? How would they vote if they had a choice?

The net-net of this spectacularly undemocratic process called CSR is that the activists are being aided and abetted by some business executives in their efforts to dictate business policies and expenditures based on their vision of what is sustainable, equitable and fair for the rest of us . . . read more


CSR: What Would Reagan Do? - Sept. 07


Corporate Social Responsibility: Picking 91-Million Pockets

Corporate executives are responsible for obeying laws and regulations. However, the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) movement is all about business leaders spending company resources (a.k.a. other people’s money) on social and environmental programs that are not mandated by law.

It does not take an economics guru to conclude that diverting corporate assets away from activities that improve earnings endangers the financial wellbeing of millions of Americans. About half of American households own stock. So, the pocket books of more than 91 million of our fellow citizens are tied to the fortunes of publicly traded corporations. Every dollar that is shanghaied from corporate coffers represents a hidden levy on shareholders, undermining their financial prosperity.

Why would business titans embrace corporate socialism? Some have chosen appeasement in response to activist group pressure. Others have been duped by public relations snake oil peddlers who claim that jumping on the CSR bandwagon will protect a company from public attacks if something goes wrong.

It’s pure bunk . . . read more


Corporate Diversity Training!

Mass immigration from Third World nations, especially Spanish-speaking countries in the Western Hemisphere, effectively operates as a de facto affirmative-action hiring program, a reality the late Hugh Davis Graham explained in his book, "Collision Course: The Strange Convergence of Affirmative Action and Immigration Policy in America," (Oxford University Press, 2003).

Congress made this connection quite explicit back in 1990 when it created the "diversity lottery" visa. The program annually admits up to 50,000 persons to the U.S. originating from nations that have sent no more than 50,000 immigrants over the previous five years. By no coincidence, Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., an affirmative-action enthusiast without peer, led the charge for this piece of legislation.

In this context, it is quite understandable why major corporations have become fanatic about rooting out the tiniest hints of racial-ethnic bias from their respective organizations. It isn't simply that they want to avoid a Justice Department lawsuit. More to the point, they've come to accept the worldview of their Leftist tormentors. Peddling multiculturalism, of which Third World immigration is a variation, can render them as good corporate citizens, while providing a nearly inexhaustible supply of cheap labor . . . read more


Remember the Yugo?  How can you forget?
Source: Svakodnevnica Blog

Remember the Yugo? How can you forget?

Well, CSR could help bring it back.

Can you believe there is a new trend in training our next generation of business CEOs that could bring products into your home build within the cost-cutting mentality of a Yugo?

If CSR takes over American business through approved courses taught by socialist professors at American universities, it will sadly put pressure on companies to become more concerned over meeting political correctness demands than producing the best product possible for consumer use. It will also rob investors of personal wealth, shedding off profits to individuals and social programs that had nothing to do with the innovation that was produced by others.

You might even be able to hear the sucking sound as budgets are pulled from critical new, corporate product research programs. Not only that, companies will need to raise the cost of their product to survive this new category of fixed costs to do business, passing higher prices to guess who? You!

And it can eventually cause western products to become less competitive in the marketplace of world ideas where former third-world countries have become today's major competitors. Whether you like it or not, a huge motivation for success and competition in a world market is going to be destroyed by these secular-progressive Democrat socialists, ones who are promoting CSR, a socialist movement that is not only anti-patriot in volunteering contributions to society, but guess what groups will now get assistance in a politically correct world, and guess which ones will not? **

Read the paragraph below and the hair should stand up on the back of your neck. Then click to read more about a movement that is starting to infect America's successful business world, one that had lead the nation as the top economic force on the globe.

In summary, CSR will push the West into decline as it overwhelms the business culture, and in turn assists Asian companies to rise even faster to become number one in the world's future economy. But sorry to say in Europe's and America's evolving anti-patriot and political correct societies, that may not be a bad thing in a Darwinian world environment where only the fittest survive. - Webmaster


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