(Noun) 1. Social, political and economic philosophy designed to disassemble (with the intent to destroy) democratic republican ideals and institutions and supplant them with pro-corporate economic primacy. This philosophy is designed to benefit the economic elite, usually corporate, over or at the expense of other communal or societal institutions, such as governments. A practitioner of recessivism champions corporate personhood and rights often at the direct expense of the environment, flesh and blood human rights and socio-economic conditions. Practitioners typically pursue deregulation of financial institutions to the point of facilitating the cannibalistic stage of capitalism.
Recessivism leads us to believe that America was best under the proto-fascist fusion of the British Monarchy, Parliament and the British East India Company.