I will excerpt just the last sentence. I recommend reading her analysis at the link above.
is a worldwide, systemic, unregulated, uncontained, rapacious need for
the most powerful banks and financial institutions to leverage whatever could
be leveraged in whatever forms it could be leveraged in. So, now we’re just
barely in the second quarter of the game of thrones, where the big banks are
the kings, the ECB, IMF and the Fed are the money supply, and the populations
are the powerless serfs. Yeah, let’s play the ECB inflation game, while the
I am a Professor at a large public university. I study political economy and biopolitics (the politics of life). My interests are diverse but are broadly concerned with economic, social and environmental justice. I have published 5 books: Crisis Communication, Liberal Democracy and Ecological Sustainability: The Threat of Financial and Energy Complexes in the Twenty-First Century (2016); Fukusima and the Privatization of Risk (2013); Constructing Autism (2005); Governmentality, Biopower and Everyday Life (2008/2011); Governing Childhood (2010).
I also participated in an edited collection on Fukushima: Fukushima: Dispossession or Denuclearization (2014).