Where good taste, clear and distinct ideas, and graceful modulations tend to be viewed with lowering suspicion.
Labels: bailout, journalism not journaljism, Naomi Klein
posted by Tom Matrullo at Monday, November 17, 2008
I like that girl -- she has a very sound and attractive head on two very shapely and attractive shoulders.But slathering over Ms. Klein is not the reason for my visit, Tom. I popped over to thank you for introducing me to the wonderfully understated Ms. Ann Pettifor. Like our Naomi, she too lends grace and elegance to her irrefutable arguments. I think, on debtonation.org, she introduces ideas very similar to Ellen Brown, Klein, et al but she does so softly, by introducing the notion that regulating capital flows may not be such a bad idea. I've listened to her interviews and am devouring her articles.Thank you so much for the pointer ... this is all good, necessary, and important stuff.In fact, I've always liked Naomi, but there you go ... I can't help myself.(The word I have to type in to verify this comment is 'implos'. How apt.)
Glad you find her relevant, Mike. Sometimes the ones making the least noise are the ones we must hear. And yes, her thinking about regulation precisely because it is heresy needs a hearing. We've never before had a chance to have so many clues. Shame USia only managed one clue, named Hank.
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