Chris Hedges: Why the Brutalized Become Brutal

Protest: No War in Iraq

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

teleSUR English on Apr 4, 2016

In this episode of Days of Revolt, Chris Hedges interviews two veterans of the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, Michael Hanes and Rory Fanning. They lament the brutality of the American military presence, which they say creates the conditions for terrorism and fuels attacks in places like Brussels. They also speak out about the painful struggle of coping with PTSD, and the alienation faced by many soldiers when they come home.


from the archives:

The Stimulator: Paris is Burning! + Take-Down of “The Donald”

Chris Hedges: We Bomb Them, They Bomb Us

Europe Gets Burned Playing With Fire by Finian Cunningham

Chris Hedges: Bringing In More Troops To Iraq Is Pure Folly

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

Don’t Enlist, But Don’t Just Take My Word For It by Lo (repost)

Don’t Enlist, But Don’t Just Take My Word For It by Lo

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