-led multinationals led to the implementation of labourconditions that disadvantaged local populations ( War on Want 2017 ). While these impacts are not often cited by politically violent actors, including neo-jihadists, they show how economic expropriation is experienced by the disadvantaged LDC populations to which spokespersons for AQ and IS, imprecisely though explicitly, refer ( Bin Laden 2007 ; Naji 2006 , 101; Al Hayat 2015a ).
The harmful impacts of labourconditions in deregulated industries are illustrated by the fires in Pakistan and Bangladesh between 2010 and
-profile neoliberal case studies, from the 2008 Global Financial Crisis (GFC) through deregulated labourconditions in less developed countries to US military industries. Extending Thomas Piketty’s 2014 Capital in the twenty-first century , I also examine how the monetarist precepts of neoliberal reasoning and its ‘meritocratic extremism’ have contributed to exacerbating wealth inequality within the US and internationally.
Interpolating insights about neoliberalism from Chapters 1 and 2, Chapter 3 commences an account of AQ propaganda. My discussion and analysis here are