Who else writes about money and morals that this level?
The history on our planet is one of some groups subsidizing themselves by stealing from/draining other groups or the environment- whether through organized crime, slavery, warfare or pollution. This type of subsidy extraction has been one of the keys to the success of the English- speaking people. I call this model the negative return on investment model, or the Tapeworm economy
Catherine Austin Fitts wants free markets and a free people. Her piece on Capitalism 3.0 (from which this quotation is taken) punches holes in progressive rhetoric (of which I am often guilty). She believes that progressives unwittingly create the screens (including philanthropic screens) behind which the corruption-of-capitalism that she calls "the Tapeworm," thrives in DC and Wall Street. On her view, Folly praises Knavery for Philanthropy and Social Investing, and the world goes darkling.