Chris Hedges: We’ve Decapitated More Civilians Than ISIS Ever Has

Prensa mercenaria y coorporativismo en la NATO del Nuevo Siglo.

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Updated: Dec. 3, 2014

with Chris Hedges

RT America on Nov 28, 2014

Many journalists have been speaking out against the mainstream media, including former New York Times columnist Chris Hedges. He spent nearly two decades as a foreign correspondent, and claims that an unfettered press corps is a myth. RT producer Tyrel Ventura sat down with Hedges to uncover the truth about freedom of the press.

Updated: Dec. 3, 2014

A longer but similar interview

U.S. Drones kill more people than ISIS: Chris Hedges

GRITtv on Dec 2, 2014

Chris Hedges, author, Pulitzer-prize winning journalist and polemicist discusses the importance of resistance to empire, and passionately condemns US foreign policy, saying “There is no difference between a beheading by ISIL and a US drone strike.”

Also a report from Mayday, a new collective organizing space in New York City, and a commentary by Laura Flanders.

see also

The Myth of the Free Press


#NDAA 2015 Passes In House of Representatives + It Allows Obama To Expand War Against ISIS

Chris Hedges and Loretta Napoleoni: The Islamic State and the Crisis in US Foreign Policy

America’s Surveillance State, Part 3: The Press Versus The NSA

Noam Chomsky: The Origins of ISIS + Sibel Edmonds: US Cultivated, Financed ISIS

from the archives:

Chris Hedges: There are No Winners When People Don’t Know the Truth

Chris Hedges and Dwayne “Fish” Booth: War Is A Business

Chris Hedges: Journalism is Being Pushed To the Fringes of Society

Amy Goodman: Press Needs To Be 4th Estate Instead of 4 The State

Chris Hedges and David Zucchino On War Reporting

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