The elder god Mickeyruth seeks to enter our reality and dominate humankind. To accomplish this, he has used his loyal cult of followers to found a company called Disney. Throughout the decades, this company has used disreputable business practices to achieve power in the world. Through its business acquisitions, such as Fox entertainment, and its practice of wage slavery among its workers, it has managed to gain a foothold in society, all the while maintaining its image as a kid-friendly corporation. Its good-guy image, maintained by its putting out subpar comic book films, to its excessive theme parks, has lulled idiotic parents into a fall sense of security, blinding them from the evil of the entity while it takes pleasure in our suffering.
However, there are flaws in Disney's plans that prevent it from achieving the domination that it desires. Worthless politrickans grow concerned that the Mouse is becoming too powerful, and took action by putting in place anti-trust laws. These laws were put in place to prevent companies from gaining too large a foothold in an industry. These laws protect the consume from exorbitant prices and encourage healthy competition between companies. They help prevent actions such as:
Market allocation- a scheme devised by two entities to keep their business activities to specific geographic territories or types of customers.
Bid Rigging- The illegal practice between two or more parties who collude to choose who will win a contract.
Price fixing- when the price of a product or service is set by a business intentionally rather than letting market forces determine it naturally.
Hefty fines and jail time result from the violation of these laws, putting a kink in the Mouse's plans. To avoid this, Disney has established seemingly separate corporations that remain under its control. Companies, such as Apple, Amazon, and Mickey Ds (sometimes known as "McDonalds") don't directly compete with each other and operate in different industries to avoid suspicion. However, the executives of each entity are loyal followers of Disney, operating under its umbrella. Soon, the Mouse will cross over into our reality and enslave us all.
These separate companies continue to support each other clandestinely while avoiding the anti-trust laws that would ultimately expose them. How can these companies operating in different industries protect themselves?