Abby Martin: Rejecting Neoliberalism and Imperialism

Economic Injustice is a cry for REVOLUTION!

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Dandelion Salad

with Abby Martin

teleSUR English on Sep 11, 2016

As part of the Empire Files investigation into Chevron’s pollution in the Amazon, Abby Martin interviews Guillaume Long, Ecuador’s Minister of Foreign Affairs.

from the archives:

Abby Martin: Chevron vs. The Amazon, Ending Corporate Tyranny, Part 3 (also with Guillaume Long)

Abby Martin: Chevron vs. The Amazon – The Environmental Trial of the Century, Part 2

Abby Martin: Chevron vs. The Amazon – Inside the Killzone, Part 1

Abby Martin Interviews Ecuador’s President Rafael Correa

Abby Martin: Bringing Corporations to Justice

Neoliberalism: The Economic Model: Origins, Theory, Definition (2005)

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  9. Lo ~ I’m about to disappear for a few weeks! but just to say had already listened to this great interview, it’s just excellent.

    I’m beginning to get a strong sense that those of us who have the wit to understand what it will take to survive the present era, are slowly, but inexorably, gaining ground. So much of it boils down to basically making money/investment intelligent ~ ie about meaningful biophilic exchange, not violent acquisition.

    Just listened to this no-nonsense interview with Rob Hopkins, well worth hearing…& reflecting upon

    So long, until October !

    • Enjoy your time away from the computer/Internet. You will be missed, of course.

      Thanks for the link. The Transition Town Movement is so important. I agree with you that people are catching on.

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