The corporations are above the law. They decide what is right and what is wrong. Fox duo and presenters lost their careers for allegedly finding out on the side effects of Bovine Growth Hormone, or BGH from Monsanto Company. Before the airing of this film, the Monsanto’s lawyers were at task to change all the content of the story. The film also brings in the sense of capitalism and Taylorism in the context when IBM, hides some knowledge on their machines and insists on regular services to continue with their earning. Adolf Hitler contracted the company in order to provide the database meant to coordinate the war. The computers supplied by IBM had a contractual agreement of monthly servicing despite the fact that IBM had good background knowledge on how to keep the systems in place without regular servicing. Excerpts of economic interdependence and division of labor are evident in the documentary when managers of carpet companies cheat the world that they are selling new carpets yet they just recycle them.
In most cases in the US, the corporations have the tendency of elevating their status and make their own decisions. This is relevant when the documentary portrays a Wall Street scandal. Privatization is one way the governments have robbed the public some of their public interests. Private companies manipulate the existing laws to enrich themselves. The psychopathic nature of corporations is and ideology of Max Weber as it focuses on the bureaucracies of the US government. The private ownership of most parastatals and government institutions has robbed locals their rights to earn the best from the community instead they end up paying more in terms of taxes. The corporations have employed Taylorism by introducing job performance rates in their companies. The corporations are competitive and require skilled and efficient work force just like Taylor suggested. Taylorism