William I. Robinson: The Global Police State, Capitalism and 21st Century Fascism

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Dandelion Salad
Originally posted Oct. 27, 2020

goingundergroundRT on Oct 26, 2020

We speak to William Robinson, author of The Global Police State. He discusses how capitalism’s crises have fuelled the rise of the global police state, the drastic inequality and poverty that has become a theme of modern capitalism which necessitates the global police state, whether there is class warfare on the poor, the growing industry of militarism and oppression and much more!

Watch the video here.

From the archives:

Eugene Puryear: US in 2021: Crisis at Home, Chaos Warriors Abroad

The Growing U.S. Military and Intelligence Worries of Civil War, Part III, by Rainer Shea

U.S. Doesn’t Fear “Foreign Meddling,” It Fears Internal Revolt, Part I, by Rainer Shea

Reflections on Political Violence and Terror, by Paul Street

Imperialism is the Source of our Society’s Growing Misery and Death, by Rainer Shea

Geo Maher: A World Without Police + Nonviolence and Restorative Justice (Must-see)

Earth Burns and the Capitalist World Talks, by Pete Dolack

Colonialism’s Final Form: Mercenaries and Weaponized Surveillance, by Rainer Shea

Chris Hedges and William Robinson: The Emergence Of The Global Police State

85 Billionaires and the Better Half by Michael Parenti

David Swanson and Greta Zarro: How to Demilitarize Police

8 thoughts on “William I. Robinson: The Global Police State, Capitalism and 21st Century Fascism

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  8. Police states exist to protect the haves from the have nots.
    It’s dumb really, because what the haves don’t have can’t be bought.

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