Enron and other symptoms (eg: war, poverty, pollution, ignorance) are just the tip of the iceberg. The global financial system is the iceberg. Whoever crashes into the iceberg sinks. Whoever builds a good life raft might survive and prosper. Time-Energy-Accounting (TEA) is a sturdy life-raft for everyone.
'Somebody should shoot him,' remarked Arthur Foreman, 54, one of nearly 1,000 homeless men who make their way to the church each morning. 'He may have stopped a lot of crime but he made it worse for innocent people. He was a terrible mayor for the poor. He's the devil of New York City.'
The human right to food and housing for all is not clearly advocated in the World Social Forum's "Call to Action". Even pro-capitalists can be won over to weakening capitalists ability to exploit if our demands are simple. Hungry kids today could become organizers tomorrow.