This sounds like something you may want to discuss with your therapist:Yes u can.. it’s called logic.
You talk about corporations as if they are some vague entity.. Corporations are run by people for people (usually share holders). I know you would love for CEO’s to answer to you but they answer to their board and shareholders.. No different than u answering to your boss!
That being said... your faith in government regulations is mind blowing. Not sure what you are smoking but you can keep it! Stop watching AOC YouTube videos.
Corporate Stockholm Syndrome can be defined as employees of a business beginning to identify with—and being deeply loyal to—an employer who mistreats them (defined in this situation as verbal abuse, demanding overly long hours, and generally ignoring the wellbeing and emotional needs of the employee). As with the captor/captive dynamic, the employer is certainly in control of the employee’s fate (they sign the much-needed paycheck and generally can terminate employment at any time).
The employee experiencing Corporate Stockholm Syndrome typically displays a tendency to become emotionally attached to the company to the detriment of their own emotional health. The employee will also rationalize to themselves and to others the employer’s poor treatment of them as necessary for the good of the organization as a whole, and angrily defend the employer’s actions when those actions are questioned by an outsider. In other words, denial of the obvious.