Chris Hedges: Only Way To Get Rich Is To Be Unethical #OWS


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with Chris Hedges

Jarett Myskiw on Sep 22, 2013

The question and answer session from Chris Hedges’ speaking engagement at the West End Cultural Centre, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, on 21 September, 2013.

See also:

Chris Hedges speaks–Pulitzer Prize winner critiques capitalism in Winnipeg by Quinn Richert

On Living by Nazim Hikmet

From the archives:

Full talk: Chris Hedges: The Psychosis of Permanent War “Effectively Gets the Masses To Call For Their Own Enslavement”

Chris Hedges: Every Form of Resistance is Never Futile #OWS #NDAA

Global Power Project, Part 10: TransCanada Corporation – Kings of the Keystone Pipeline

Extreme weather, more extreme greenhouse gas emissions beckon urgent activism by Patrick Bond

An Anarchistic Understanding of the Social Order: Environmental Degradation, Indigenous Resistance, and a Place for the Sciences by Andrew Gavin Marshall

Moyers and Company: Chris Hedges: Greed’s Path of Destruction

Chris Hedges On His New Book: Days of Destruction, Days of Revolt

3 thoughts on “Chris Hedges: Only Way To Get Rich Is To Be Unethical #OWS

  1. Pingback: Chris Hedges: The Psychosis of Permanent War Effectively Gets the Masses To Call For Their Own Enslavement | Dandelion Salad

  2. Why I like Chris Hedges so much, is that he does not feign deference to any politicos, honchos or organised bigotry. You don’t have to believe in Jesus to respect this ethos. Intelligence transcends difference. Integrity over-rides dogma. Reality is never literal, but it may be literate ~ whatever that means to diverse minds.

    Canada has an extraordinary role to play in the real world, because of its strategic geography and cultural ubiquity; but Canadian politicians, like politicians everywhere, are contemptible lackeys, bought and sold by the highest bidders.

    Spiritual genius alone is the true guiding principle that moves our world, not greed, selfish interest or venal ambition

    Canada produced one of the greatest poets of recent times, the heroic Milton Acorn ~ check out “Dig Up My Heart.”

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