China’s Growing Independence and the New World Order by Noam Chomsky

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by Noam Chomsky
Oct. 5, 2010

Of all the “threats” to world order, the most consistent is democracy, unless it is under imperial control, and more generally, the assertion of independence. These fears have guided imperial power throughout history.

In South America, Washington’s traditional backyard, the subjects are increasingly disobedient. Their steps toward independence advanced further in February with the formation of the Community of Latin American and Caribbean States, which includes all states in the hemisphere apart from the U.S. and Canada.

For the first time since the Spanish and Portuguese conquests 500 years ago, South America is moving toward integration, a prerequisite to independence. It is also beginning to address the internal scandal of a continent that is endowed with rich resources but dominated by tiny islands of wealthy elites in a sea of misery.


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  3. The US needs to get out and stay out of the third world, irregardless of whatever natural resources they have and that we covet. If US corporations paid honest value and didn’t try to exploit, the world would be a great deal better off.

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