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The Shock Doctrine – The Video

June 21, 2008 by and tagged , , , , ,

Be afraid, be VERY afraid. These 7 minutes you will spend watching this video will be more important than – and a necessary antidote to – hours of cable news. Also check out Naomi Klein’s website.

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2 Responses to “The Shock Doctrine – The Video”

  1.   Dangger Says:

    Nothing like waking up to a warm cup of coffee on a quiet Sunday, and then watching this video as the first thing you do. You kinda think to yourself “Man, I should be drinking gasoline”

    Anyway, the video looks awesome, I have seen “No Logo” and “The Corporation” (Naomi Klein is in both) and I guess this will be excellent too.

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  2.   SocProf Says:

    Dangger, if you have not done so, you should also watch The Take, another documentary by Naomi Klein. It’s outstanding.

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