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6.80 Dealing with corporate bullies and unfair monopolies
Poor people or small (tin pot) little companies do not have the financial strength to fight large multinational companies or bullies. (The legal systems throughout the World make it almost impossible for justice to occur.)
So here's what I want done:
If a person or corporate entity is 1000 times richer in net worth than a plaintiff, and the plaintiff is of a certain low net worth, and the plaintiff’s case is reasonable, I direct that tribal Sovereign states subsidise the legal fees of poor plaintiffs, in return for a percentage of a court (or out of court) settlement. It will make corporate bullies think twice before taking on someone bigger and force them to settle out of court, or else.
I know lawyers offer this service in certain tribal regions, but usually for very big cases only or small foolproof ones. Even then their 30-50% fee is too high. Let tax payers and small companies benefit, not rich lawyers.
In the meantime, I will be making public examples of large corporate bullies who have mistreated the weak. Some will be forced to Get Off My Planet .
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