Abby Martin and Lowkey: Talking About Deadly Neoliberalism

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Dandelion Salad

“We’re talking about deadly neoliberalism–this bipartisan foreign policy that supersedes Democrat Republican Tory Labour. Why is it that there’s so much focus on the electoral process yet nothing seems to really change with the oppressed people living under the boot of Empire and it’s collaborators?” — Abby Martin

with Abby Martin

Empire Files on Dec 23, 2019

Abby Martin is joined by legendary British-Iraqi rapper and political activist Lowkey. They discuss the recent election loss by Jeremy Corbyn and the Labour Party but go beyond the headlines, discussing the legacy of the British Empire, neoliberal austerity, how the military and intelligence agencies interfered in the elections, the role of Israel, and the lessons the Bernie Sanders movement can learn from the left-wing loss.

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from the archives:

John Pilger: The Dirty War on the NHS: Privatisation, Profits and the Impact on Patients

Chris Hedges, Abby Martin and Mike Prysner: The Heroic Aspect Of The Palestinian People Who Just Keep Resisting

Is Corbyn A Socialist and Does It (No Longer) Matter If He Isn’t? by William Bowles

Chris Hedges and Lowkey: The Wreckage of Imperialism and Neoliberalism

Chris Hedges: The Alternative Media Shames the Corporate Media Into Doing Their Job

Chris Hedges and George Galloway: The State of Politics in the UK and USA

There Really Is No Alternative – To The Truth by William Bowles

Disastrous Capitalism – But is a Labour Government the Solution? by William Bowles

Grenfell Tower: A Disaster Waiting to Happen by Graham Peebles

Grenfell Tower: This Is What Austerity Looks Like by William Bowles

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