So, It's now just out of plain curiosity, if I were to write:
During those times, selfish assholes ruled over a significant part of Earth, the three most notorious of them was Google, the ministry of Family Friendly content, Fakebook, Ministry of fake news, and Nestle, the ones who privatized water.
When the Alliance of three (benevolent conspiracy) revealed themselves, the first one to fall was obviously Nestle, I still recall the day when Hitler-chan (the codename of a member of the benevolent conspiracy) stormed into the meeting room, wearing his trusty GP-7 gas mask holding a fuming flask, filled with a combination of vinegar and bleach.
As soon as they spot them, the guards, quickly stood aside, not wanting to ruin the show...
...Funny thing about chlorine gas (what Hitler-chan cooked up) is that it's really effective once in contact with water, melting your lungs when inhaled.
- In the Wikipedia page of Nestle, the controversies tab's first line (directly below the title) reads: "This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it."
Humor aside, what would happen (from a legal perspective) to a novel/story/whatever, if it's a fiction and it contains something similar to the example I made?