The bailouts, nationalizations and announced shock plans in the U.S. in the amount of 700,000 million euros , the cost of the Iraq war will end the last time of economic liberalism, leading to a period where the states will have to dictate new rules much stricter since the absurd confidence in the self-regulating market is about to bring the world to an abysmal disaster proportions. Leftists comparing the collapse of the financial world with the fall of the Berlin Wall, you've heard that idea to Santiago Carrillo, Iñaki Gabilondo and to any other analyst, but he could be coming as they expected. Different is that these same words come from a recent Nobel laureate economist like Joseph Stiglitz , then at least we should pay some attention.
If indeed we are in the great crisis that precedes a process of profound change, what remains to be seen is the direction and magnitude of them. Obviously we can not expect social and humanistic twists in the new economic order that emerges from the current madness of markets, the actors themselves are the usual, banking and business people placed by its lobbyists in decision-making of the American state, no choice but to provide a more decisive role to the state-different markets and provide new resources through the use of force, so that the whole house of cards does not collapse.
Daydreaming a bit, which is what can be done right now, I happen to link the crisis with a new attempt of a portion of the inhabitants of the White House and the Pentagon to regain control over the currency, delegate to date a private entity, the Federal Reserve , which continued liquidity injections are threatening to take her to ruin. It is speculated that an outbreak similar in this regard was what killed Kennedy, in one of whose speeches warned cryptically dark conspiracies and powerful internal forces that sought to undermine the independence of the American state . If we consider the dollar as the Fed son, a breakthrough in the statist intervencismo could end the greenback and precede the birth of a new currency for the entire continent but it depending on the governments of Canada, Mexico and the United States and not private consortia: the amero, designed from start to finish to try to shadow the euro under the emerging Monetary Union North America. I know it sounds a bit strange, but it's just a matter of going joining loose ends ... and sit and wait to see what happens, like nothing changes .