Jimmy Dore interviews Oliver Stone on Putin, and Russiagate—MUST WATCH! (Videos)

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2 thoughts on “Jimmy Dore interviews Oliver Stone on Putin, and Russiagate—MUST WATCH! (Videos)

  1. Some very good points made by Stone. We are already beyond it with Trump announcing preparations for space war. What lies at the bottom of all the useless violence is an adolescent boy’s desire for power and lack of ethics. Dore confuses the real left with bourgeois liberals and buys the Fox channel ‘newspeak’ propaganda nonsense that these people are radical. The true problem facing those who don’t subscribe to the conformist reactionary blindness is the overwhelming force of misinformed prejudice. Dore is wasting his time to criticize from an electoral standpoint. Voting is like trying to convert the Brave New World, where the fences against public power are strengthened every day. A total overhaul is needed.

  2. There is one facet of the war scare about fictional hostilities from Russia (or for that matter China) is of course that bullets are non-renewable products, that need constantly to be re-produced. All war scares need armies and armies need war materiel which supports one of the most profit producing industries. The government’s task is to persuade their public that they need weaponry to keep the Russian bear from their front lawns and to persuade them of Russia’s non-existent enmity. And what is easier than to pretend that Russia hacks into the US elections, because voting is seen as an inalienable right in the US (where the average citizen has no notion how the government itself manipulates public opinion). The more the fiction is spread that Russians control the ballot box and that Trump is their patsy, the larger is the huge war industry’s profit (in fact $ 80 billion more this year funneled through the Pentagon). That is also why the army is the war industry’s (and therefore the government’s) preferred son. Up go the flags and the fake veneration of our veterans who are as much if not more victims of the war industry’s greed than the public that keeps funding it through taxes. The veterans gamble with life and limb in wars that often have little strategic value except for their propaganda value. If enough people can be persuaded to fear the republic, the easier it can control those territories it needs for an expansion into obtaining more raw materials or as markets to be exploited for labor or for cheap goods left over from over-production.

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