More importantly: this is called the war economy
. For those anons that have little interest in the banking scheme, I'll provide the shortest possible example:
Consider how many shekels a newly founded oil company needed to start up 80 years ago, which was around 400,000. Where does this company, whether bankrolled by investors (stakeholders) or not, get the necessary equipment, machinery, material, and labor from? They apply to take out a loan using either solvent, insolvent, or both debts from a bank by calling it 'fluid capital', also known as funny money/paper money. This is known as stakeholding, ie: taking the 'stake' (either solid currency or funny money/paper money backed by labor, metals, gems, etc.) from bankholders (humans with funds 'stored' in a bank account, though bankholders are at the lowest end of the banking scheme). With that OBLIGATED debt in hand, the corporation then hires skilled & unskilled labor after or during the period when all necessary equipment, machinery, and material are bought. Construction starts as soon as a valid oil reserve is discovered, is bought, is traded for, or the landowner/sharer signs a written contract to acquire a specific or fluctuating share of profits made.
As you read this, you'll notice a number of red flags causing you to ask, "Wait, there's a lot of problems with this. I can't go out and buy a car by simply promising to pay for it! I have to prove I've got a stable wage (NOT AN INCOME!!!) so I can pay installments, or pay for it outright! How does a corporation have the privilege to sidestep that requirement?" That is technically the right question to ask, however, this question brings up the more sinister aspect of the banking scheme: "Who actually pays for all this?" The answer: the bankholders, that is, the people 'storing' funds in a bank. Why isn't the newfound company responsible? ALL corporate loans are, and this is extremely important: government approved. Corporate loans are NOT BUSINESS LOANS since a business loan MUST be repaid within a set number of months or years. In fact, a corporate loan which goes unpaid MUST either be charged to the bankholders, OR added to local/state/federal tax requirements at the end of each year... which means, and you've probably guessed this by now: everyone gets to pay more shekels to either banking kikes (in the form of "interest" [also known as usury]) or to government kikes! There's no difference between the two except by how quickly you get screwed over. The most important fact to take from this mini-explanation is this: a corporation cannot fail, it is ALWAYS propped up by an illegitimate bank, a government, or both.
But WHY does this problem exist? A corporation is, in legal terms, called an 'incorporation', the 'in' portion meaning that it IS a private corporation, but that it has the full backing of a local/state/federal government office since it will either:
#1: produce goods/services solely for the government or agencies owned by the government
#2: produce goods/services solely for the government military which is controlled by other agencies owned by the government
#3: produce goods/services solely for the secret agencies of either the government or the governmental military via other agencies
#4: produce additional revenue via taxation on the 'consumer' (a term meaning wage slave or salary slave whom has no choice BUT to pay taxes/tariffs/fees on those goods and/or services)
#5: all of the above.
How does this fit into the war economy scheme? Using the above example, when you purchase 1 gallon (or if you're in Yuropoor regions: 1 liter) of any fuel, YOU pay a certain % of additional tariffs/taxes/fees that "allows" government, military, and agency usage OF ALL FUELS essentially 'free to use'. If 100 people each buy 10 gallons of fuel at 2 Jewnited Estates shekels per gallon, that equates to 2,000 shekels overall. Now, suppose that 50 cents (or 25%) from each gallon is composed of tariffs/taxes/fees, then that means 500 shekels worth of fuel is "freely available for use" by government, military, and agency usage.
tl;dr: the "consumer" gets jewed no matter what the corporation is or does. Look at every single tech, oil, weapons, or vehicle corporation. Each has DOZENS of contracts with the federal government. They can't lose or go under since they have federal protection (Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac ring any bells? If not, look them the fuck up). They can't be dismantled since they are "a necessity for federal contracts because they provide X, Y, and Z". They can't be "defunded" due to the previous statement. Worst of all, they can't fail since they is !!TOO IMPORTANT TO FAIL!!, or !!TOO BIG TO FAIL!!
To make up for all this, have a pony.