Chris Hedges: The Revenge of the Lower Classes and the Emergence of Fascism

The Trump & Clinton Show

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

CCTV America on Mar 26, 2016

For nearly two decades, Journalist Chris Hedges worked as a foreign correspondent in Central America, the Middle East, Africa and the Balkans. The Heat interviewed Chris Hedges. He brings us his unique perspective on the U.S. Presidential Race, mass incarceration, electronic surveillance, and income inequality in the United States.

Part 2

from the archives:

An Election Made in Hell: Clinton VS Trump by William Blum

What Will Many Bernie Sanders Voters Do After July? by Ralph Nader

How a Hillary or Bernie Government Would Relate to the World by David Swanson

Chris Hedges and Jill Stein: The Whole Political System is a Scam, Part 1

Abby Martin: Tortured and Enslaved: Enter the World’s Biggest Prison

Thomas Drake: From 9/11 to Mass Surveillance, The Man Who Knew Too Much (must-see)

10 thoughts on “Chris Hedges: The Revenge of the Lower Classes and the Emergence of Fascism

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  9. Good interview, as the Spanish say ~ no hairs on C. H.’s tongue.

    I’d say our next generation is already streaks ahead, not fooled nor even remotely interested in corporate syndicated drivel. I’ve just been listening to a report about how economics students in the UK have been proposing to completely revise their university curriculum and methodology.

    It’s the old die-hards who will crumble away into insignificance. Never mind “new world,” its a new generation, with renewed vision, clear ideas, & regenerative innovative solutions.

    It’s really time to shift the narrative totally away from the geopolitical destruction-derby mentality of the zombie clowns, and open our ears and eyes to the smart constructivists, the imaginative transitioners, bioneers and authentic solution spinners. The fat wad dinosaur generation is heading off the evolutionary cliff.

    Tant pis!

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