Capitalist Bubbles & Covid-19
The world is at a crossroads. The COVID-19 pandemic, with hundreds of thousands dead across the globe and counting, has triggered a disastrous economic situation for millions. At some point, we will be in a post-pandemic world. What will it look like? More of the same old same old? Or can we imagine a different world? Where the planet and its people are nurtured and protected and there are no longer huge concentrations of wealth and grotesque inequalities. Can pressure from the streets break the iron grip of capitalism and create lasting structural change and a green new deal? Yanis Varoufakis says, “We can do it.”
Yanis Varoufakis is a member of the Greek parliament. He served as finance minister of Greece in 2015. He is the founder of MeRA25, a progressive Greek political party. He is the author of many books including Adults in the Room and Another Now.
Linda Tinker –
Yanis shares knowledge about how private banking keeps us from moving forward toward a more equitable world, a topic rarely discussed. Until more citizens comprehend the banking system, the changes for a more stable universe will continue to be impeded. This is an important message from Yanis that could motivate organizers and ethical leaders toward actualizing international change toward climate change; toward more financial equity; toward dismantling of the grip oligarchies have on our lives.