- turn public institutions that provide essential services into private businesses, because efficiency or something
- everyone: oh no their priority is now to be profitable to shareholders, instead of their original essential services
- the institution: help us, we provide essential services and this crisis is hard on us
- the government: you’re a business now, not a public institution, can’t give you free money
- the workers: sacked

@stragu Except step 4 becomes "oh no, this private business is too important to fail, we'd better bail them out!" and then the business's executives get an extra bonus that year

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