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Noam Chomsky’s Speech at UN General Assembly October 14, 2014 + Q&A + Gaza and the Prospects for Palestine

Noam Chomsky for PIFAL

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Updated Oct 19, 2014

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Realenlighten on Oct 15, 2014

365th Meeting of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People.

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Chris Hedges on Willful Blindness, Climate Corporatism and the Underground Revolt + Vijay Prashad on Obama’s UN Speech

People's Climate March NYC

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with Chris Hedges

RT on Sep 23, 2014

Abby Martin speaks with journalist and author, Chris Hedges, going over where the recent mass climate change demonstrations in New York fall short, as well as why he believes revolt is the only solution to restoring a functioning American democracy.

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Chris Hedges: The Disease of Imperialism + Transcript

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with Chris Hedges

ontheearthproduction on Sep 15, 2014

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Hedges speaks to thousands at this years 13th annual Fighting Bob Fest Chautauqua. The Progressive, Madison, WI

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The Socialist Alternative to a World of Injustice by Danny Katch

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by Danny Katch
socialistworker.org, Sept. 4, 2014
September 6, 2014

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Is there an alternative to a world of wars, racist violence, poverty and suffering? Danny Katch, author of the e-book America’s Got Democracy! and the forthcoming What Is Socialism? makes the case for why you need to be part of the struggle for a different world. The International Socialist Organization is holding public forums on this and other topics around the country this fall. Ask your local ISO chapter for more information. Continue reading

Chris Hedges, Gaza Rally in NYC: God’s Covenant in the Promised Land + #GazaDayofRage Protests

Palestine Solidarity Rally

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with Chris Hedges

LeighaCohen on Aug 9, 2014

[…] Prior to the rally starting, I was approached by Chris Hedges who mentioned that he had written an 8 minute speech that he wanted to deliver to the thousands of people attending the rally. However, he was told that all of the speakers where being limited to 2 minutes speaking time at the rally.

This is that special speech that Chris Hedges wanted to deliver that day that talked about the historical and religious background to what is the re-occurring violence in the area that the Israelis and Palestinians presently live in. […]

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Chris Hedges Supports BDS + Aftermath of Assault on Gaza Worse Than Operation Cast Lead

Massive DC Rally And March For Gaza 35

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Updated: Aug. 9, 2014

with Chris Hedges

Caleb Maupin on Aug 7, 2014

In St. Peters Church on the upper east side of Manhattan, a group of nearly a hundred leading organizers and activists gathered to discuss the upcoming protests in support of Palestine. Continue reading

Noam Chomsky: Hideous. Sadistic. Vicious. Murderous. + Transcript

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Updated: Aug. 8, 2014 and Aug. 11, 2014; added Part 2

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“A Hideous Atrocity”: Noam Chomsky on Israel’s Assault on Gaza & U.S. Support for the Occupation

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democracynow on Aug 7, 2014

democracynow – Hideous. Sadistic. Vicious. Murderous. That is how Noam Chomsky describes Israel’s 29-day offensive in Gaza that killed nearly 1,900 people and left almost 10,000 people injured. Chomsky has written extensively about the Israel/Palestine conflict for decades. After Israel’s Operation Cast Lead in 2008-2009, Chomsky co-authored the book, “Gaza in Crisis: Reflections on Israel’s War Against the Palestinians” with Israeli scholar Ilan Pappé. His other books on the Israel/Palestine conflict include “Peace in the Middle East? Reflections on Justice and Nationhood” and “The Fateful Triangle: The United States, Israel, and the Palestinians.” Chomsky is world-renowned political dissident, linguist and author, Institute Professor Emeritus at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he has taught for more than 50 years. Continue reading