Chris Hedges: The Revolution Will Be Local

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

TheRealNews on Dec 8, 2015

In this episode of teleSUR’s Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges speaks with attorney Thomas Linzey and activist Mark Clatterbuck about the grassroots movements rising up against the fracking industry, and the legislative and direct action necessary to resist corporate power in the absence of a true democratic system.


from the archives:

Capitalism Is Killing The Earth And Its People by Finian Cunningham

Fractured Country – An Unconventional Invasion (must-see)

Workers Are Disposable in the Fracking Industry by Walter Brasch

Frackdown Day: Worldwide protest to end shale gas extraction + Romania villagers resist US energy giant Chevron

Fracking–Britain’s Next Revolution by Lesley Docksey

7 responses to “Chris Hedges: The Revolution Will Be Local

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  5. flyingcuttlefish

    Democracy Spring –
    It’s time to take mass nonviolent action on a historic scale to save our democracy. Next April, in Washington, D.C., we will demand that Congress take immediate action to end the corruption of big money in politics and ensure free and fair elections in which every American has an equal voice.

    The campaign will begin with a march from the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. where, if Congress has failed to meet our demand, thousands will gather to reclaim the US Capitol in a powerful, peaceful, and massive sit-in that no one can ignore. Over 1,000 people have already pledged to risk arrest in what will be one of the largest civil disobedience actions in a generation.
    Join us!

  6. Excellent interview. Th I am very happy to see Linzey is working to empower communities with strategic nonviolent civil resistance tools in addition to his Rights of Nature work. One very successful campaign of resistance comes from Quebec where they have held the frackers off for years. My partner, Rivera Sun, wrote a report on their activists strategies here…

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