A political idiology whose foundations consist of the interests of both a specific religion and large, multi-national corporations and claims to act on the behalf of the people rather than its people.
The difference between George W. Bush's administration and Vladimir Putin's administration is that the former practices semi-benevolent theocratic corporate anarchy, whereas the latter merely practices corporate anarchy.
by Fair N. Balanced August 24, 2006

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