Only Ralph Nader and the Super Rich Can Save Us (2009)

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Craig Stellmacher on Oct 1, 2009

Ralph Nader, spoke in Minneapolis about his new book, his first fiction novel: “Only the Super Rich Can Save Us”. And, the premise is just what the title leads you to think it’s about. I tried to put the gist of his speech in ten minutes of video, part 1. Part 2, is made of interviews with his fans, voters and audience. At the end of part 2, I get one question in to Mr Nader about the internet, could it be an equalizer for those without money?



Hammering the Poor and Vulnerable by Ralph Nader

All Power to the Casinos & Let the Devil Take the Hindmost! Who Needs A Social Safety Net? by Glen Ford

Ralph Nader: What’s Happening to Us?

Ralph Nader: We have a Corporate Government!

Wealth for Justice by Ralph Nader

Nader’s Utopia: The World According to Ralph by Chris Hedges

4 thoughts on “Only Ralph Nader and the Super Rich Can Save Us (2009)

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  4. “It does seem like so much politics is about power, and not so much about solutions, to me anymore. Sometimes I feel like I’ve outgrown politics.” Craig Stellmacher, during interview after the lecture with a disenchanted/realistic Green Party member.

    Politics has become a racket…pretty much a corporate entity in and of itself–a group of cheerleaders playing to We the People as a crowd that only exists to vote, and then is expected to disperse, go away–to mind “our own business”–amidst clouds of taxation and war and the homeless we see on the streets, endless products designed to hook youth and adults into some fad or another–all of these and more, troubling to any American’s dream.

    We the People are like David facing Goliath, the “stone” the individual, personal way any one of us behaves/responds to the challenges/choices in our daily path. The only “enemy” is thinking that bigger or louder or tougher or richer is superior or more meaningful.

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