Surviving Progress (2011)

The way of the civilizations

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Dandelion Salad

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Surviving Progress (condensed version)

Aug 24, 2012 by

Film about the risks we pose to our own survival in the name of progress; connecting financial collapse, growing inequality and global oligarchy with the sustainability of mankind.

©2011Cinémaginaire Inc. – Film Progreso Inc. Invisible Hand Productions Inc. in co-production with The National Film Board Of Canada

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A short history of debt

Michael Hudson: Oligarchy will never cancel the debt we owe

with Michael Hudson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
michael-hudson.com

33Crazydude on Sep 16, 2013

The oligarchy would rather annul the right of the bottom 90 percent to live than to annul the money owed to them.

They’d rather strip the planet and shrink the population than give up their claims.

That’s the political fight of the 21st century.

see

Debts that can’t be paid, won’t be by Michael Hudson

Ralph Nader: Who Runs The World? (1998)

The Crisis of Civilization (must-see)

Profit Pathology and Disposable Planet by Michael Parenti

Michael C. Ruppert: Arrival of the Post-Petroleum Human

END:CIV: Resist or Die

Toby Hemenway: How Permaculture Can Save Humanity and the Earth, but Not Civilization

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