Chris Hedges and Jill Stein: Clinton Will Only Fan the Flames of Right-Wing Extremism

Jill Stein with supporters

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Updated: July 31, 2016

with Chris Hedges

On Contact Archive on Apr 13, 2022

Originally from RT America on Jul 30, 2016

Now that the two major political parties have officially selected their nominees for president, Chris Hedges sits down with Green Party candidate for president, Dr. Jill Stein, to discuss an alternative way forward. Bernie Sanders might be out of the race, but Stein says the Green Party is leading the revolutionary charge. RT Correspondent Anya Parampil looks at third parties that have renewed the political vibrancy of American society.


Updated: July 31, 2016

Can Jill Stein Capitalize on Alienated Sanders Delegates?

TheRealNews on Jul 30, 2016

TRNN’s Kwame Rose interviews Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein on the last day of the Democratic National Convention about why she thinks she can mobilize voters who were inspired by the Bernie Sanders campaign.


From the archives:

Chris Hedges: Sanders Gave Up His Historical Moment + No More War Protesters Disrupt Panetta’s Speech + Jill Stein at Socialist Convergence

Rev. Chris Hedges: We Do Not Live In A Functioning Democracy + Jill Stein’s Speech

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

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

The Democratic War Platform by David Swanson

Jill Stein: Clinton Has Done What Trump Only Talks About

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  6. Yes, well ~ why not?

    Fact A: there is an ecological crisis, that is evidenced in the vaunted lack of confidence in an international financial system that is totally disconnected from Nature ~ that only pays lip-service to the immensity of the biosphere services that we exploit, mindlessly.

    Fact B: the entire consumer farrago of gluttonous mismanagement is fueled by politically motivated debt ~ driven by bad energy policies, land-grabbing, profiteering resource wars and a barren market-rigged, agricultural system that is deeply destructive; this is a perverse, square-headed ‘methodology’ that is changing our global climate irrevocably.

    Fact C: democratic process is reliant on the notion of consensus. Forests don’t vote, whales do not have a voice in the councils of mankind; only two broad human groups represent the rights of species & habitat: indigenous peoples and research scientists.

    So why do we not insist these two constituencies get together to initiate and sustain, a powerful dialogue? It is already occurring in many contexts, but it needs to be front and center.

    Why not vote for a student debt jubilee; for community investment; for local banks; for resilient, sustainable and healthy food systems; for a mutually productive existence that contributes to inter-species well-being and does not destroy life’s potential? Why not redraw the redundant maps, dissolve irrelevant borders and shape a better consensus beyond habituated, self-imposed restrictions, freed from conditioned cultural reflex? Why not evolve?

    Why indeed?

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