Chile, Bolivia and AFRICOM: Imperialism, Revolution & What We Must Ask Of Ourselves

| Resistance Report

Did the French Revolution go too far? And what the hell does that have to do with our place and time?? Meanwhile, people ask “when is the US going to reach that tipping point?” Well, I have some thoughts on that. As protests rage on in Chile, the echoes of a past we made play loudly in the streets. Chairman Omali Yeshitela of the African People’s Socialist Party joins us to talk imperialism, class warfare, revolution and more. “You can have peace on the plantation. But you have to say victory to the oppressed.”

  • richardprofumo

    The lesson of who is under the boot of slavery!

  • I thought one of the most interesting statements made by Ms. Goldfield was that the United States are not united. If we accept that this is true, why press for a nationwide solution? Why not press for more localized solutions with localized governance? Why not relax the conviction that whatever the solution is, it must be applied to the same geographic construct that exists today? Why not question if that makes the most sense, whether its necessary, whether it provides the optimal outcome for all its people?

    If the overarching solution to the existing problems is systemic transformation, why not begin the new system creation process by looking at a blank canvas and stating, “What do we want and need?”.

    The other comment she made was along the lines that a revolutionary movement accept the possibility of failure. I would agree with this from a standpoint of ‘failures along the way”; and I reject this as an option for the overall outcome – failure at this juncture cannot be an option.

  • Cushite

    Ron Paul Reminds Americans the US Military is Occupying 53 of 54 African Nations

    October 24, 2017

    Ron Paul Liberty Report

    Ron Paul noted that not only is the United States military in Niger, but U.S. troops are stationed in 53 out of the 54 nations in Africa.

    Who knew that the US had 1,000 troops in Niger? What are they doing there? The Pentagon won’t tell us, but Sen. Lindsay Graham assures us they are fighting for our freedom. Will Congress bother to notice as the war expands to Africa? Or will it continue to roll over for the Executive Branch and ignore the Constitution?

    While many Americans are aware that the United States is at war in countries such as Iraq, Syria and Afghanistan because of the media attention given to those conflicts, the news that four U.S. soldiers were killed in Niger came as a surprise that left some asking the question, “Since when is the U.S. at War with Africa?”

  • Howard Derkson

    viva france!!!!$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$