Chris Hedges and Ralph Nader: The Hypocrisy of War

22-02-05 08 Say No War

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges and Ralph Nader

Ralph Nader Radio Hour on Apr 16, 2022

Ralph welcomes back prolific Pulitzer Prize winning author and esteemed public intellectual, Chris Hedges, to get his thoughts on the hypocrisy of war, corporate control of the press, Julian Assange, unions, grass roots activism, Christian fascists, and his work teaching in prisons.

Plus, Ralph comments on the proposed Amazon internal app and the threat to Senate cafeteria workers.

Transcript (pdf)

See also:

American Commissars, by Chris Hedges

From the archives:

The Chris Hedges Report: Cornel West

George Galloway, Jill Stein, Chris Hedges and Scott Ritter: Crushing Dissent

Historic Victory for U.S. Amazon Workers, by Betsey Piette + We Just Unionized Amazon!

Chris Hedges: The Steady Decay That Is Not Going To End Well For Any Of Us

Chris Hedges and Lee Camp: Censorship in the Most Crucial Times

John Pilger: The Supreme Court Refusal to Hear Julian Assange’s Appeal

Abby Martin, Lee Camp and Chris Hedges: U.S. Media Censorship of Voices for Peace

Chris Hedges and Lee Camp: Shutting Down RT, Sanctions and Ukraine Crisis

Chris Hedges and Paul Street: Neo-fascist Seizure of America’s State Governments

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