Dr. Michael Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism and Conspiracy (2002)

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Repost from June 16, 2008

by Michael Parenti
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Mar 1, 2012

OCTOBER 9, 2002, VANCOUVER

Dr. Michael Parenti, one of North America’s leading radical writers on U.S. imperialism and interventionism, fascism, democracy and the media, spoke to several hundred people at St. Andrews Wesley Church in Vancouver. Dr. Parenti has taught political science at a number of colleges and universities in the United States and other countries. He has written 250 major magazine articles and 15 books and is frequently heard on public and alternative radio.

see

Howard Zinn and Michael Parenti: Liberty Bound (2004)

Michael Parenti: Against Empire: U.S. Intervention in the Modern World (1995)

10 responses to “Dr. Michael Parenti: Terrorism, Globalism and Conspiracy (2002)

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  8. aristocutionor

    The really rich guys (the banksters) prefer socialism. It’s easier to collect on their fiat paper money loans when the government is the collection agency. I wonder how he could have missed that?
    If it weren’t for the really rich guys (the banksters) buying politicians in every government in the world, the governments of the world would contol their own currency, and would be able to borrow money withwhich to start a small business. I wonder how he could have missed that?
    If it weren’t for the realy rich guys (the banksters) printing money out of thin air and loaning it to governments on both sides, there wouldn’t be wars. I wonder how he could have missed that?
    The “policies” are not just those of George H or George W; Clinton and Obama are in lock step with them and they are all goose stepping to the drummings of the banksters. I wonder how he could have missed that?
    These aren’t the plans of governments, they are the plans of the banksters using the opprotunistic puppetians to accomplish control over the people, so the corporations can exploit the resources of the people’s land and the labor of the people. That’s not socialism – it’s fascism. I wonder how he missed that?
    And amoral socialism doesn’t create a reasonable minimum wage, morality does. The workman is worthy of his hire, and Pay a living wage, are moral principles – not socialistic ideals. I wonder how he could have missed that?

    Socialism is oppressive. Capitalism is oppressive. The operative word is oppressive, and the oppressors are the banksters.
    It’s the banksters!!

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