Chris Hedges: The Culture of Violence in Central America

Mural: Tribute to Archbishop Oscar Romero

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

RT America on Dec. 14, 2019

Chris Hedges discusses with journalist Oscar Martinez the culture of violence in Central America. Martinez’s most recent book is A History of Violence – living and dying in Central America. His first book The Beast followed the harsh journey of Central American immigrants on the “Death Train” (El tren de la muerte) to the United States.

From the archives:

President Manuel Zelaya: The US-backed Coup d’etat Turned Honduras Into Hell + Honduras Now Ruled By A Criminal Gang

Chris Hedges: America’s Complicity in Turning Honduras Into a Failed State

Why Do They Flee? & The US Seeks to Dominate the World! by William Blum

Adding Lying Insult To Traumatic Injury by Elizabeth Terzakis + A Once Silent Crisis is Now a Deafening Cry + US Locks Up Central American Refugees That It’s Helped Displace

Max Blumenthal: US Interference in Nicaragua + Nicaraguan Opposition Suspends Negotiations: A Return to Violence?

Coups R US: American Regime Changes and Their Aftermaths

Two Right-Wing Coups in the Americas by Paul Street

Jesse Freeston: The Never-Ending Coup in Honduras

Abby Martin: The U.S. School That Trains Dictators and Death Squads

2 thoughts on “Chris Hedges: The Culture of Violence in Central America

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