Transcorporate

Trans`cor´po`rate


v. i.1.To transmigrate.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"It is unique but we are transCorporate parent," she said.
In such a cultural/social construction, all cash economies that replace subsistence ones are predicated on a labor, consumer, and elitist leadership to control the masses via "representative" governance that is now threatening us (the masses) through a global transcorporate "new world order." In such scenarios and international interdynamics, so-called representative governance undermines "participatory" government, as in "by the people," in false dichotomies that contrast "development" to undevelopment or underdevelopment, an economic hierarchy of classism/elitism versus communalism, and "civilization" versus "primitivism" or what is now termed tribalism.
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