Just explain it simply – the financial crisis and poverty

In the autumn of 2008, many people were caught off guard when terms such as “financial crisis” and “banking crisis” began making the news. For too long, the proponents of a free market econ-omy have interpreted globalization as solely an economic matter, and have advocated unfettered markets - neoliberalism.
Suddenly, the contradictions within this viewpoint became more noticable. The recent crisis ap-pears to have had its origins in the uncontrolled growth of financial markets. The financial crisis has in turn begun to aggravate the crisis of economies already marked by stagnation and rising unemployment. And the real losers of this financial and economic crisis will obviously be the poor and the poorest.
But how are these economic forces interrelated?
Why do society’s poorest bear the brunt of the crisis, when in fact the money has been gambled away in the boardrooms of major corporations?
We are looking for critical and satirical observations/commentaries which confront the causes and effects of the financial crisis, and the related contradictions and conflicts, on both a small and large scale.

Explain it simply — through means of cartoons and caricatures.