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Shock Doctrine

Bill Maher: Conspiracy Theorist

A clip from the Nov. 14 episode of HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher.
Related: http://www.shockdoctrine.com

White House Admits It Drew Up Bailout Months Ago

http://georgewashington2.blogspot.com/2008/09/white-house-admits-it-drew-up-bailout.html

No one could have seen this coming, right?

Well, actually, the White House has admitted that they drew up the bail out plan months ago:

Naomi Wolf and Naomi Klein speak to conditions currently taking place in US.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RjALf12PAWc

Talk by Naomi Wolf - The End of America

Talk by Naomi Wolf author of "The End of America: Letter of Warning To A Young Patriot" given October 11, 2007 at Kane Hall on the University of Washington campus.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JG9CM_J00bw&NR=1

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Naomi Klein: Disaster Capitalism

Naomi Klein as an asset

The debate of whether the 9/11 truth movement should consider what we call the "Left Gatekeepers" (like typically Noam Chomsky or Amy Goodman) as enemies or should simply ignore them is coming to an end. These folk will soon be considered as victims and moreover, they will like to be called that way. The book of Naomi Klein "The Shock Doctrine" will be a tool for such a move.

What is the main thesis of the "Shock Doctrine" ? That the US neoliberals and imperialists are using perceived shocks as tools to erase and rebuild societies on grounds favorable to private interests, mainly theirs. This is the definition of fascism/corporatism. This thesis is becoming very popular. Why ? Because it provides an excuse for the left (which nowadays should be understood as the antifascists ;-) for having been impotent in preventing the rise of fascist America. They were under "Shock" after 9/11, like everybody else (the Cheney gang being strangely immune to the 9/11 shock). And that is what NK tells you in her book: the Bush administration has used the shock of 9/11 (and other event) to implement radical changes in the American society (and elsewhere), not only in US foreign policy.