with Chris Hedges
Palestine Center on Sep 16, 2015
Chris Hedges argues that the only route left to bring justice to the Palestinian people is the growing Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions Movement. Money has so corrupted politics, in essence replacing the vote, that it has become impossible for citizens without huge financial resources to influence legislation. It is only by building a successful boycott movement to cripple Israel and the corporations that do business with it that there is any chance for a fair and equitable solution to the Palestinian issue.
Building the BDS Movement for Justice in Palestine with Chris Hedges
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US-Israeli corporate aggression, what a colossal horror show.
Yes we have to take it all down, Americans need to take the country back….by the way, in case anyone is interested, I recommend American Addict, great film about big pharma, that gets to grips with the methodology and legal mechanism of corporate control very adequately.
Instructive too, the ordination story…