"... it destroyed the illusion that capitalism can be stable, greed a virtue, and finance productive." I so love this end line. The man's an artist.
Also, in the Q&A, someone mentions the hamiltonian system of economy, if it would help Greece. And Yanis says, "yes" and talks about Alex Hamilton.

I've given up following Keiser, Keen and Kelton on twitter - they're too boring. And soon I might drop Krugman as well. I'm following Yanis, though. The man knows how to speak and make sense. He doesn't have that ideological speech like other economists. Besides, the man's shirt has something to hang over. The guy's fit - respect!