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    Re: TruthOut Aug 10 Why Feds Fear Thinkers Like Howard Zinn

    Posted by Sharon on 8/09/10


    Watched the video. Very credible about "mutant capitalism".

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    On 8/07/10, Myco X wrote:
    > While Zinn was undoubtedly a hero of critical social thought,
    the next wave is
    > being led by writer/activists like John Perkins, who have
    actually lived inside the
    > machine and are now working for change. This guy has huevos.
    > Myco
    > On 8/05/10, Sharon Kramer wrote:
    >> thinkers-like-howard-zinn61978
    >> Zinn, who died in January at the age of 87, did not
    >> advocate violence or support the overthrow of the
    >> government, something he told FBI interrogators on several
    >> occasions. He was rather an example of how genuine
    >> intellectual thought is always subversive. It always
    >> challenges prevailing assumptions as well as political and
    >> economic structures. It is based on a fierce moral autonomy
    >> and personal courage and it is uniformly branded by the
    >> power elite as “political.” Zinn was a threat not because
    >> he was a violent revolutionary or a communist but because
    >> he was fearless and told the truth.
    >> US Chamber + ACOEM + CA WorkComp "Reform" + UC
    >> Regent/Governator + Court Bias = Agnotology = RICO
    >> Interstate Insurer Fraud $$$B = Lives Ruined

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