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Chris Hedges: The Cost of Austerity

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with Chris Hedges

RT America on Sep 10, 2016

On this week’s episode of On Contact, Chris Hedges sits down with economist Mark Blyth to discuss the detrimental ramifications of austerity programs following the 2008 financial crisis.

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The Stimulator: Come Home to Roost

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from subMedia.tv on Aug. 1, 2016

In this week’s sedition, we take a look at the so-called “War on Cops” in the United Snakes, simmering anti-cop sentiment in the UK and the fallout stemming from Turkey’s recent failed coup.

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Brexit, Trump and Lots of Anger by Graham Peebles

by Graham Peebles
Writer, Dandelion Salad
London, England
August 1, 2016

There can be little doubt that we are living through an extraordinary, and in many ways unprecedented era. 1,632 more words


Chris Hedges and Richard Wolff: Capitalism in Crisis

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with Chris Hedges and Richard D. Wolff

RT America on Jul 23, 2016

In this week’s episode of On Contact, Chris Hedges explores capitalism in crisis with Richard Wolff, professor of economics emeritus at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.

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John Chilcot Finally Releases Iraq Inquiry Report

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Chilcot Report critical of Tony Blair, British intelligence in lead-up to Iraq War

with David Swanson

RT America on Jul 6, 2016

After a seven-year-long investigation, Chairman of the Iraq Inquiry Committee Sir John Chilcot released his report on the United Kingdom’s role in the Iraq War.

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Michael Hudson: Brexit, The TTIP, NATO and The US Military Industrial Complex

with Michael Hudson
Writer, Dandelion Salad
July 5, 2016

TheRealNews on Jul 4, 2016

Economist Michael Hudson argues that a vote for Europe is not a vote for socialism, but for a very right-wing, hard right, corporatist Europe where the laws will be made by bureaucrats acting on behalf of the large financial centers.

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Brexit and the Derivatives Time Bomb by Ellen Brown

by Ellen Brown
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The Web of Debt Blog
July 1, 2016

Brexit could trigger a $500 trillion derivatives meltdown, by forcing the EU to allow insolvent member governments and banks to write down debt. 1,519 more words