Cornel West: Hillary Clinton is a Militarist and a Neoliberal Disaster

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Cornel West: Justice and Accountability Necessary to End Tension over Killings by Police

Democracy Now! on Jul 18, 2016 – We discuss the killing of three police officers in Baton Rouge and the recent nationwide protests against police brutality with Cornel West. Cornel West is a professor at Union Theological Seminary. “When I hear the authorities call for peace,” West says, “I say, yes, but it’s not the absence of tension. It’s got to be the presence of that justice and accountability.”


Cornel West: Why I Endorse Green Party’s Jill Stein Over “Neoliberal Disaster” Hillary Clinton

Democracy Now! on Jul 18, 2016 – Cornel West is heading to Philadelphia next, where he will serve on the Democratic Platform Drafting Committee, but he has announced he won’t be backing the party’s presumptive nominee. West talks about why he is backing the Green Party’s Jill Stein over Hillary Clinton.


Dr Cornel West Endorsement of Jill Stein for President 17th July 2016

Jill Stein for President Booster Club on Jul 17, 2016

“For my brothers and sisters that supported Dear Brother Bernie Sanders – this is the next step. This is the Green step. It is the progressive step. It is to stay on the love train. Justice is what love looks like.” -Dr. Cornel West

from the archives:

The Argument For Impeaching James Comey by Rob Hager

Ralph Nader: Clinton is a Corporatist and Militarist + Jill Stein’s Green New Deal Makes Wars For Oil Obsolete

A Drone Was Used to Blow up a US Citizen Without a Trial. Let That Sink In by Daniel McAdams

If Afghan Lives Mattered, Dallas Lives Would Matter by David Swanson

Abby Martin and Cornel West: Capitalism Cannot Exist Without Racism

Don’t Tell Me Third Parties Make No Impact! by Rocket Kirchner


18 thoughts on “Cornel West: Hillary Clinton is a Militarist and a Neoliberal Disaster

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  11. Ticks my box, Professor C…. War with Iran is ‘the plan.’

    Sanders may be endorsing Clinton to keep her in check. Might he be hedging to be included in her provisional administration &/or to maximise his hard-earned leverage? Listen to Nader.

    Meanwhile in our real biospheric world, the ‘transformative moment’ is the progressive Green Step, our next (planetary) Giant Step ~

      • In the Jorge Ramos interview, Nader says Sanders has

        “set her up for political betrayal…that will allow him to enlarge his civic mobilization movement…after the election & after she takes office; so I think it’s a very astute endorsement…”

        Sanders knowing full well, holding her feet to the fire etc as not being enough ~ so R N then continues

        “she should commit to send specific legislation within a hundred days to the Congress after she is inaugurated in order to make sure she meant what she said, in terms of the Democratic platform…”

        which is precisely what Obama did not do and so on; so I think it is wise to ponder this assessment.

        Of course a hundred days in US ‘politics’ is an eternity, anything may happen. So I’d say we can only predict the unpredictable. As Bernard Lewis has been fond of saying, it is hard enough for any historian even to predict the past.

        My point would be, nothing is inevitable; we create our futures by who we are, morally, spiritually and existentially; which is what the entrepreneurial mystic Sadhguru Jaggi Vasudev insists is far more important than trying (reactively) to rearrange perceived outcomes of so-called real situations.

        Cornel operates from a very similar premise.

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