Look at the libertarian
preach the wonders of reduced government power... and look at him ignoring (in the typical fashion of libertarian preaching) the other side of the coin
: the growing power of corporations, and their tendency to abuse their greater freedom. If there are no governments to keep them in check,
is supposed to prevent them from violating every law or ethical principle on the planet?
At the moment, the main problem with globalization is that different countries provide radically different business environments, and that multinational corporations are allowed to pick raisins: they do R&D where the education is best, do labor-intensive work where the labor is cheapest and pay taxes where they are lowest.