And, in addition, in the last quarter of a century the State has is autodisuelto not as they have simulated, but they state placed at the shameless service of those minority rich classes. Hence the abolition of rules and financial surveillance or industrial structural reforms, which have been and are in fact all facilities to make and unmake entrepreneurs at the expense of the rights of workers; reforms which have yielded as a result that today the labour income have fallen considerably (but of capital have not ceased to upload), so much that they have never been so low with respect to the GDP in the last fifty years. In the United States, President-elect Barak Obama, has assured that he will immediately set a plan of public investment that can oscillate between 400,000 and 700,000 million dollars. It will include the largest programme of roads, bridges and public works from a half century ago, reform of federal buildings (works and adaptations to consume less energy), modernization of hospitals and schools, enhance broadband Obama has been advised that we will not be the investment plan to the old way of Washington. We shall not confine ourselves to give money.
We will measure the progress of reforms, the jobs that are created and the energy we save. It seems an interventionist plan for the benefit of citizens. It will come to fruition? Will it be so in Europe? In other countries? But make no mistake that State interventionism there have always been in the last seventy years, though not always to the benefit of the working majority and citizen. And that it is also clear that neo-liberalism has been the invention to resurrect the State intervention in favour of the most powerful, but camouflaged. Because discourse on neoliberal antistate only has been against the welfare State, which cares for citizenship, for the vast majority of worker; only against the State that maintains social protection, increase pensions or promotes free education and assistance health public. Know who benefits is the key.