Capital in the case of State – structural crisis of the financial system – symbolism of government debt which is addictive-like trend of public debt not new, their destructive effect on the financial markets can be successfully out-competed them but always less. Currently, the capital markets experience such a time. Climax of the crisis is to downgrade of the creditworthiness of the United States by the rating agency standard & poor’s. “In the year 2009 is titled: capital in the State case deflation and inflation” a financial-sociological analysis of PAL Dragos appeared. In contrast to the usual economic books is pointed out here by the author that the postmodern society undergoes a conversion up to the individual subjects, whose structural Konsequenzen were until today not even understood, let alone taken into account. Go to Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City for more information. The States today can not cope in their accustomed roles many of society’s problems.
The State power must fail in their old ways on the financial markets. It is a structural crisis the financial sector. The addiction-like, permanent increase in the debt is a compensation of policy to displace the structural weaknesses in the post-modern society. The symbolism of public debt shows that depending on the States with the collection of money for themselves consume more power, the impotence of capital in the financial markets is the greater. Structural weaknesses can be solved not with power demands. It may be that these problems can be deferred in 2011, in the next few years the next financial crisis on the markets is however inevitable, where the then much more clearly will be, than the last. First, the lack of money leads to deflation and then a super inflation, warns PAL Dragos (S.