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  virus271   NOAM CHOMSKY · An American Addiction: Drugs, Guerillas....intervention in Colombia
virus271 (2001)
Colombia is now the 3rd largest recipient of US foreign & military aid, the justification for which is the War on Drugs. In a clear, concise and sometimes bitterly funny lecture, NOAM CHOMSKY shows us who is getting the money, who is producing and exporting the drugs, and what the war on the ground is really about. In the ongoing debate over whether Columbia will become the 'next Vietnam,' CHOMSKY'S analysis will provide a great introduction to the Columbian elite, the role of the US media, how 'development' works. Imagine Traffic starring CHOMSKY instead of Michael Douglas.
iTunes emusic
  • 3: "Terrorism" (1:00) - MP3 (717.0 kB)
  • 8: "The Drug War" (3:59) - MP3 (2.7 MB)
  • 10: "The New Imperialism" (2:22) - MP3 (1.6 MB)
  • 11: "Globalization" (3:04) - MP3 (2.1 MB)
  • 13: "What Right Does US Have To Intervene?" (4:02) - MP3 (2.8 MB)
  • 18: "As Long As Injustice Remains" (2:16) - MP3 (1.6 MB)
  virus242   NOAM CHOMSKY · Case Studies In Hypocrisy; U.S. Human Rights Policy
virus242 (2000)
New double CD from the famous American professor dealing with U.S. human policy. Noam tackles : W.T.O., foreign policy, international conventions, America's New World Order, NAFTA, GATT, MAI, US Iraq matters,..
iTunes
  • A-7: "The Saintly Alan Greenspan" (1:27) - MP3 (1.3 MB)
  • A-22: "U.S. Prisons" (1:53) - MP3 (1.7 MB)
  virus236   NOAM CHOMSKY · Free Market Fantasies: Capitalism In the Real World
virus236 (2000)
Originally released via AK Press/ Allied; re-issued December 1999 by AT. A refutation of the fantasies marketed as the "American Dream." The gulf between reality and a "free market" where entrepeneurs can compete on a level playing field is growing daily.
iTunes emusic
  • 9: "Prison Labor" (1:22) - MP3 (1.3 MB)
  • 13: "Taxes" (0:52) - MP3 (823.3 kB)
  • 18: "Trade Myths" (1:46) - MP3 (1.6 MB)
  virus307   NOAM CHOMSKY · The Emerging Framework of World Power
virus307 (2003)
America's leading foreign policy critic surveys the role of the US in a post-9/11 world - and finds nothing has changed. Ranging over American intervention in the Middle East, Asia, and Latin America since WW2, Chomsky deftly sketches the logic behind our foreign policy, and it's tragic results around the globe and at home.
iTunes emusic
  • 1: "Historical Significance of 911" (1:58) - MP3 (1.8 MB)
  • 8: "Why Do They Hate Us ?-Pouring Oil On Troubled Waters -Then And Now" (3:07) - MP3 (2.8 MB)
  • 9: "Latin America, The U.S. And Glaobalisation" (3:35) - MP3 (3.3 MB)
  • 11: "The Problems With Iraq" (4:13) - MP3 (3.9 MB)
  • 18: "U.S. Doctrinal Constraints On Middle East Peace" (2:59) - MP3 (2.7 MB)
  • 19: "Big Business And The General Population-A Nation Divided" (3:46) - MP3 (3.5 MB)
  virus280   WARD CHURCHILL · In A Pig's Eye - Reflections on the Police State, Repression and native America
virus280 (2002)
Double CD from the Co-Director of the American Indian Movement (AIM); spokesperson for the Leonard Peltier Defense Committee and an associate professor of American Indian Studies and Communications at the University of Colorado/Boulder. Mr. Churchill digs up the dirt on the FBI - from framing to blaming; explains COINTELPRO; and an exhaustive history recounting tales of genocide, repression and resistance. (Cool artwork by John Yates).
emusic
  • A-8: "Investigating The FBI" (2:57) - MP3 (2.7 MB)
  • A-10: "The Birth Of COINTELPRO" (6:53) - MP3 (6.3 MB)
  • A-11: "Some Really Nasty Stuff" (3:06) - MP3 (1.1 MB)
  • A-13: "Luster Of A Pinkerton Man" (3:09) - MP3 (2.5 MB)
  • A-16: "The FBI Warms Up" (1:39) - MP3 (1.5 MB)
  • B-11: ""I'd Have Blown Their Brains Out"" (4:04) - MP3 (4.4 MB)
  • B-15: "Who Profits? / Strategy?" (7:46) - MP3 (7.1 MB)
  • B-16: "What Can Be Done?" (2:21) - MP3 (2.2 MB)

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