Abby Martin and Ralph Nader: The Rigged Corporate Two-Party Dictatorship

Clinton is a war criminal

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Dandelion Salad

Previously posted on Dec. 19, 2015

with Abby Martin and Ralph Nader

teleSUR English on Dec 19, 2015

On this week’s episode of The Empire Files, Abby Martin interviews American political figure Ralph Nader about the 2016 presidential race—from the “Brown Shirt” Trump movement to “corporate criminal” Hillary Clinton—and the reality of who has power in America.

Known for his widely-popular presidential run in 2000, he also ran presidential campaigns against corporate power in 1996, 2004 and 2008.

A consumer advocate since the 1950’s, his work against auto industry giants forced the creation of mandated safety measures that saved millions of lives from for-profit auto production. His contributions span disability rights to exposing corporate pollution.

from the archives:

Time to Boycott the Democrats by Mara Ahmed

Chris Hedges: We Have To Step Outside This Corporate, Two-Party Duopoly + Jill Stein on Donald Trump’s Psychosis and Hillary Clinton’s Distortions

Voting for the Lesser of Two Evils is Still Voting for Evil

Ralph Nader: Dispelling the Myth of the 2000 Election (repost)

Who Stole The 2000 Election? (Hint: Not Nader) by Eric Ruder

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

Peter Schweizer: Clinton Cash Documentary–A History of Corruption

Abby Martin: Hillary Clinton–US Empire’s Choice for its Next CEO


One thought on “Abby Martin and Ralph Nader: The Rigged Corporate Two-Party Dictatorship

  1. Pingback: Two Poles of an Evil Duopoly by Keith Rosenthal – Dandelion Salad

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