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Would you like to clairfy you what you think is the open market??

Tame....

Corporations do nonetheless intend taking over as much of everything as they can it seems which is to say they'll stop at nothing I think, you hear about their greed all the time, and

lately of course reading what is seen at the sites I gave (which you will notice were drawn attention to by "veganmegan" at veganrepresent).

But anyway if you can elaborate on your 'hint' a bit more, maybe I can know where you're coming from a tad better... I'm sorry I cannot guarantee to know what your thinking is (other than the basic gist) behind the outline simplicity of what you have said (and besides I am no expert in these matters but anyway I will of course keep an "open mind" about the instances to which "open" maybe appointed or interpreted as.. etc)...

Excuse the "open" pun but I ask now do you have a case in point,

an example to offer?... I might understand the gist of what you're trying to tell us better if you do... I understand your principle but I maybe interpreting the wrong way, given how so far I don't know what your full depth of opinion is etc. .....but anyhow what I see/

or suspect is that takeover is almost (although I guess not necessarily) a foregone conclusion, but to rival out the original Or smaller organic companies would be most sad is my opinion, because else integrity and quality is compromised.

Alas Corporations will only ever serve to taint everything with big

bizness greed.
 

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Hmmm, there's definately food for thought there Tame, thanks for taking the time to explain and elaborate somewhat... although if

I owned a SERIOUSLY ETHICAL and GENUINE company I would still put extreme doubt (personally) upon whether subletting (so to speak) or sharing my businesses to some corporation could ever be a wise move, (if thats how the deal works) and even if such a move were a straight voluntary deal by those that invest in it and whatever motives were intent for mingling with corporations or selling to corporations..

I don't know what solid conclusions I can make specifically, but I fully stick by what I thought originally, and yet still I learn, so of course that as said I myself will always keep an open mind and always seek conscience before profit....and so should those that

propose themselves to be ethical and which we as ethical vegans

often rely on for our vegan market grocies/products etc due there not being much option available for vegans in the first place. The last thing I want is to have no choice but to buy from big bizness

feeding their OBVIOUS greed.

I know I may have something confused here, or slightly out of context but essentially there can be no doubt in my mind, that corporations such as those in my links are obvously not in my ethical interest for the bad things they support...(directly or indirectly)... and companies that claim to be ethical and yet apparently seem to be whoring themselves into big comglomerates are not true vegan/ethical companies, because

they are not independant in their deeds. IMHO. I don't see how

turning to corporations can be the answer...unless some of which

happen to be more ethical than others maybe?????????????????
 
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