"Google is merely the techno-colonial version of this same spirit, offering “tools” to preserve and make accessible their particular version of art and history, organized in their own way through their own agenda for their own purposes, which happen to include economic benefits for their “partners”."
'This pathological relation is also the core tenant of welfare capitalism, “where people are referred to corporations rather than states for such services as they receive; where corporate capital routinely arrogates to itself the right to broker public discourse; and where history and art remain saturated with the preferences and priorities of elite social classes.” '
Anticapitalist Mastodon instance. Party means fun, not political party. But we're still political.