Beautifully crafted article by Shoshana Zuboff describing the unspeakable suffering unleashed by the 'banality of evil' of those we entrusted with our economic welfare. It ends with;
That in the crisis of 2009 the mounting evidence of fraud, conflicts of interest, indifference to suffering, repudiation of responsibility, and systemic absence of individual moral judgment produced an administrative economic massacre of such proportion that it constitutes an economic crime against humanity.
Note: The author is famous in the ‘social, p2p world’ after writing a book called The Support Economy (2003/4) with co-author Jim Maxmin. Amongst other things, the book foretells the failure of managerial capitalism (or the end of command-and-control). Rather prescient given where we are right now.
'Winning by sharing' is a state of cooperation between individuals, companies and nation states where there is a continuous fair exchange of value as opposed to the prevailing nature of business and government that is predicated on the notion of "I win, you lose".
Too much, too soon?