Michael Parenti: Globalization, the New Imperialism

Class War

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with Michael Parenti
Writer, Dandelion Salad
May 23, 2022

“You can’t have rich corporate conglomerates unless you have wage and salary workers who will work a whole lifetime and at the end of that lifetime not know any kind of economic security of any sort, own nothing but maybe a mortgage on the house or whatever, if that. So the secret to getting rich, ladies and gentlemen, is not to work hard but to get others to work hard for you.” — Michael Parenti

Ambakisye Dukuzumurenyi on Feb 24, 2018

Michael Parenti is an award winning, internationally known author. His most recent books are The Face of Imperialism (a critique of the U.S. global empire; 2011) and Waiting for Yesterday: Pages from a Street Kid’s Life (an ethnic memoir about his early life in Italian Harlem; 2013); Profit Pathology and Other Indecencies (2015), and Against Empire (1995).

From the archives:

End the Occupation of the Corporate State, by The Man From the North

The Falseness of Declaring the United States to be the Richest Nation, by David Swanson

Eat the Rich! by Yanis Iqbal

The New Corporate Dictators – Super-Rich and Super-Immune, by Ralph Nader

We’re Not Talking Billions Here —We Are Talking Trillions, by Pete Dolack

Plutocracy I-V (must-see)

The Anti-Social Socialist: What is Wage Slavery?

85 Billionaires and the Better Half by Michael Parenti

Mystery: How Wealth Creates Poverty in the World by Michael Parenti

Michael Parenti: These Countries Are Not Underdeveloped, They Are Overexploited (1986)

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