Chris Hedges at October2011 Occupy DC: The Corporate State is in Trouble

with Chris Hedges
Featured Writer
Dandelion Salad
Oct. 7, 2011

Chris Hedges: No way in US system to vote against banks

on Oct 6, 2011

Between Occupy Wall Street, in New York, and the other cities it’s spread to, as well as the October 2011 movement that just began here in D.C, something seems to be happening in this country. Earlier at Freedom Plaza Chris Hedges, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and author, tells us what this could lead to.

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[Chris Hedges interviewed by a not-so-nice, name-calling person on CBC.]

Chris Hedges interview

Lang & O’Leary Exchange
CBC
Oct. 6, 2011

Interviewed by Amanda Lang and Kevin O’Leary.

watch via CBC

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Occupy Wall Street – Chris Hedges shuts down CBC Kevin O’Leary

[same as above video]

Sam Gibson on Oct 21, 2011

from the archives:

Chris Hedges: The Issue Before Us is Death

Chris Hedges at Occupy DC: Either you are a rebel or a slave

Worse than the Cold War or Vietnam – America Today by Timothy V. Gatto

From a Young Marxist to the Wall Street Occupation – About Tahrir Square and Capital by Konstantin Kaminskiy

Either you are a rebel or a slave by Chris Hedges + Bernie Sanders on #OccupyWallStreet

Chris Hedges: Occupy Wall Street Interview – We have a moral imperative to fight for life

Chris Hedges: Time for Civil Disobedience!

14 thoughts on “Chris Hedges at October2011 Occupy DC: The Corporate State is in Trouble

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  11. Chris Hedges, as always, names the dots and shows the lines between them. The situation before us is GRIM, and I am pleased to read the comments of others–the longer ones often the most passionate.

    I learn as much from the Commenters as I do from the articles and videos. And there is really only one topic: Conduct on this planet.

  12. chris hedges is one of the few who consisently puts his ‘ feet in front of his mouth ‘ . he not only postulates, he DOES!
    the key here for we who care is to A) connect the Occupy Wall St. movement ideals with those of cutting the military spending DRASTICALLY ( as with the 25% Solution movment ) and getting the HELL out of iraq , afghanistan, libya etc NOW!
    b) IF EVERYONE WOULD DEVOTE BUT ONE HOUR A WEEK TO STANDING IN THEIR OWN TOWN SQUARES AND HOLD SIGNS THAT EXPRESS THESE THINGS…..
    imagine!! myself and my 83 yr. old compatriot do just that and it is a wonderful feeling for us both! try it!!

    • The difference between the weekly protests and this movement of occupying part of your city is civil disobedience. Unfortunately, that is what makes a movement. The people need to do more than hold a sign on a street corner (legally). Complying with those in power doesn’t make any changes.

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