Sent to DS from Sam, thank you.
August 31, 2009
Youth deserve a better future – clip from “Revolution: Why It’s Necessary, Why It’s Possible, What It’s All About”, a film of a talk by Bob Avakian” given in 2003 in the United States.
Bob Avakian is the Chairman of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA. This talk, followed by questions and answers, is a wide-ranging revolutionary journey, covering many topics. It breaks down the very nature of the society we live in and how humanity has come to a time where a radically different society is possible. It is full of heart and soul, humor and seriousness; it will challenge you and set your heart and mind to flight. Watch the entire film online at http://www.revolutiontalk.net.
Note: replaced video Mar. 6, 2011
The “Real” Zeitgeist Challenge Debunked (full video)
VerseByVerseBT on Dec 29, 2010
Chris White debunks a recent interview that Peter Joseph The director of the Zeitgeist Movie does with Acharya S (or Dorthy D.M. Murdock) the main source for the movies claims about Jesus.
War Is Sin by Chris Hedges (transcript)
September 13, 2009
Chris Hedges, author of Empire of Illusion, joined the “Shut Down the Army Experience Center” demonstration and gave a powerful speech to the crowd before we marched in the mall.
By Joe Kishore
12 September 2009
Conservative New York Times columnist David Brooks, a fairly conscious representative of his class, is among the more perceptive commentators in the bourgeois media. Writing primarily for the benefit of the political and corporate elite, Brooks often attempts to cut through the fog of lies used by politicians to sell their reactionary agendas to the public in order to explain what is really going on to those who need to know.
Brooks’ column on Friday (“The Dime Standard”) is a case in point. It is full of praise for Obama’s health care speech on Wednesday, correctly analyzing its right-wing character. As such, it is a devastating exposure of Obama’s “left” supporters in publications such as the Nation, which are doing their part to sell Obama’s proposals to the American people.
“Obama delivered the finest speech of his presidency,” Brooks begins. “Best of all for those who admire the political craft,” he continues, “was the speech’s seductive nature and careful ambiguity. Obama threw out enough rhetorical chum to keep the liberals happy, yet he subtly staked out ground in the center on nearly every substantive issue in order to win over the moderates needed to get anything passed.”