Chris Hedges: The Pathology of the Rich, Part 1

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with Chris Hedges

TheRealNews on Dec 5, 2013

On RAI with Paul Jay, Chris Hedges discusses the psychology of the super rich; their sense of entitlement, the dehumanization of workers, and mistaken belief that their wealth will insulate them from the coming storms.

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Transcript

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Chris Hedges: Credibility of the Ruling Elite is Being Shredded, Part 2

Ellen Brown on Bail-ins (the Big Disaster Coming), GMO Foods, Trans Pacific Partnership (#TPP)

Chris Hedges, Kade Crockford and Michael Ratner: National Security Overload

Chris Hedges: The Country is Decaying at an Alarming Rate

Robert Reich on ‘Inequality for All’ + Jacob Kornbluth: Growing Income Divide Threatens Society

Richard D. Wolff, Marc Armstrong, Omar Freilla and Alexis Goldstein: It’s Our Money: Making The Economy Work For Us + Q&A

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5 responses to “Chris Hedges: The Pathology of the Rich, Part 1

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  3. David Llewellyn Foster

    Spot on, bravo!

    Chris Hedges demonstrates here that enviable “Socratic” gift of reflexively concentrating crucial discourse. Capitalism, collectivism, monarchism, Marxism ~ they are merely words, only isms.

    He is so correct in this conversation when he gets right to the heart of the implicit exploitation that Marx exposed, namely that if you don’t serve the system, you simply won’t have a job. You don’t need to be a “communist” to grasp that first principle!

    In the States you’re working for “the Company.” In Europe, it’s the old establishment, the Mufti Mafia.

    There’s no such thing as a free market. We need fair markets.

    I’m going straight to Part 2…

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