Global capitalism is a two-way phenomenon. On the one hand, an increasing freedom in the movement of the capital, both the monetary capital and that embodied in the means of production and in the commodities. On the other hand, an increasing restriction on the movement of persons, subjugated to the interests of the labor market, confined in any of the different political, legal, regulatory and/or environmental compartments which ensure the proper flow of the capital. On the one hand the spirit. On the other hand the body. Globalization is thus the celebration of a great sacrificial ritual by which, as in any other sacrifice, the spirit and the body become dissociated.
Image after United States one-dollar bill (1964) [ua-fu/fd].