It is repeated ad nauseam that the economic crisis is a passing accident that can be solved with tough sacrifices done by workers, the unemployed, retired people and students. Like the ancient Mayas, governments across half the world are hoping that a ritual rain dance will do the trick. But there’s no sign that any of this will work. In fact, all the evidence points to the fact that we are victims of a lie and that the economic crisis is nothing more than a cover up for an immense theft.
With this book, Alberto Garzón Espinosa becomes once more the voice of popular indignation.