War Easing

It is well known the importance of the crisis in the capitalist system to purge obsolete capital and restructure and optimize the production system facing a new growth cycle. The present crisis of the neoliberal system -- in a context in which popular and state sovereignties are being progressively reduced, most of the politicians work for the big capital and the real power lies in the financial system --, is being used instead for further enriching the elites, transferring their debts-guilts to the citizens and strengthening the institutional mechanisms that allow fraud, corruption and impunity. One of these mechanisms that foments social injustice is the quantitative easing, by which central banks print fictitious money, that above all benefits the financial speculation and harms the most disadvantaged, who end up paying for in one way or another, from inflation to war.

This is ultimately nothing but a great sacrifice to the scale of the system, by which, at one of its ends, the priestly authorities of this religion of money create spiritual capital, and at the opposite end, it causes the suffering of the productive body of the men and the Earth. Thus, the more money is created ex nihilo, the more this situation worsens, the more the scourge of spiritual capital over the productive body
is violent, the more the fiction that sustains this religion extends, the more the bubble of propaganda, domination and violence inflates, that will inevitably end up bursting with terrible consequences.

In the absence of real reforms in the productive system, it is natural that it doesn't respond to these monetary stimuli. In this context in which the tension in the system increases, in which it needs to swallow new natural resources and new markets, in which any disobedience to the dictatorship of the petrodollar is violently punished, it seems obvious that this
newly created capital ends up being employed where more benefit can be obtained, that is to say, where greater impunity reigns, where a bigger suffering can be inflicted. Quantitative easing thus becomes war easingdestabilization of sovereign states, instigation of radical groups, hiring of mercenary and terrorist armies who vicariously wage the sacred war of capital. 

Image after James Montgomery Flagg's World War I Uncle Sam recruiting poster (1917) [pd-fu/fd], United States one-dollar bill (1957) [ua-fu/fd], H. Robert Heller and Kimberly Heller's seal of the US Federal Reserve (1987) [pd-fu/fd] and Islamic State terrorists [ua-fu/fd].