In the year 96/1997, French publishing houses received the attention of Vivian Forster's book (Economic horror), because it gave readers in the looks of the modern economy a new direction in quantity and analysis mixed with their experiences and sufferings.
It is not an extensive book on an article that blames the loss of justice in the distribution of wealth, and concludes with the misdeeds of times, human injustice and other generalities, but rather goes into the molecules of reality and feeling, describing them as words full of expression, not encrusted with aesthetics.
Forster's writing was a bit of madness, especially in the economists, who supply numbers and statistics, especially when Forster says: work is no longer the solid foundation of our society, but it is now a major trick.
Our economic system, according to the author, has spread its branches all over the globe, needs an increasingly shrinking number of workers, even worse, the one who works has become a hindrance, and the value of a grain of sand in the production machine for profit has become almost a relic of the past.
Forster says: the work that has never returned, the worker can still create barriers to air, but his pay for this work has been reduced to the level of the money that by giving it to a beggar.
These verbal advances have no purpose but to hide reality, as the exploitation of work is only an additional source of capital returns, the Work is no longer of great value, whether or not it is surrounded by decorations, the future is predicts to unemployment.
Economists have wondered: Who is Forrester who makes these clumsy judgments? What are her qualifications? What economics did you graduate from? So you give us these lessons?!.
Vivian Forster is a French literary writer who has tried to describe reality, without rhetoric or illusions of eloquence.
Economic horror is an inherited expression of the poet Rambo, which provides us with a necessary tool to understand the newspaper sins and speeches delivered by politicians as if they existed to solve the promises of politicians to fight against unemployment while calling for the need for layoffs, while at the same time giving additional profits to workers. They are often concerned with getting rid of the unemployed and not reducing unemployment.
With such criticism that readers have given Forster with insignificance and ignorance, the Book of Economic horror was welcomed, in popular circles, with criticism of so-called globalization, multinational corporations, and liberalism.
Forster's book brings great debate in the opinion of insiders, whatever the developments and outcomes of this debate, they see that they have told the truth.
Finally, a popular reception of Forster's ideas would justify reading the book and looking at its new analysis.
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