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CSPAN
Jul 13, 2014 7:30pm EDT
1776. we have had resistance the we have had dash cuba or a china but america has been the bastion of the it dictatorship of the bourgeoisie and that is why there is vigilante by an -- pinelands. -- violence adn of 100 americans owns a weapon and this is the problem that the one figure in the intellectual tradition of thomas paine who has been marginalized has not had any errors. so right thing about this with the book on violence that to go back and look at american history with the slave patrols or the coal mining done drugs or a the vigilantes' with the tea party in the militia that violence in american society does not revolve around the way that it did in europe around the ideology but these fascist. and as we move forward as a nation and to endure climate changes and the disintegration we will have to confront. look at nevada suppose there were black. what you think would have happened to? handed a way those vigilantes' become important to the system vocationally reprimanded but tolerated because in a moment of crisis they become used by the capitalist state with the kkk in t
CSPAN
Aug 7, 2014 8:36pm EDT
man. >> we have had resistance and protest but we have not had as south africa, venezuela, china, india 1948. america has been the bastion of capital. >> of vigilante violence. eighty out of every 100 americans owns a weapon. the government has nothing to fear. and this is the problem. the one sort of figure in our revolutionary intellectual tradition, thomas paine who has been marginalized in silence, has not had any errors. and so hofstadter writes about this in that book on violence. you know, you go back and look at american history whether it is the slave patrol where the pinkertons or baldwin or the coal mining gun thugs or the vigilantes' who shot down the miners at blair mountain, right up to the tea party, the militias. violence in american society does not revolve around in a way that it did in europe around the transformer and theology. but around these kind of pro fascists. and that is something that as we move forward as a nation and we in toward the effects of climate change and economic disintegration we're going to have to confront. you know, look at nevada. suppo
CSPAN
Aug 24, 2014 10:33am EDT
have had resistance. we have not had a south africa, of venezuela, cuba, china. india, 1948. america has been a bastion of capital, what lenin called the dictatorship of the bourgeoisie the. >> and that is why violence in america is a vigilante violence. eighty out of every 100 americans owns a weapon. in the government has nothing to fear. and this is the problem. the one sort of figure in our revolutionary and sexual tradition which has been -- marginalized and silenced has not had any errors. and so hofstadter writes about this and that book on violence quit recently. you know, you go back and look at american history weather is the sleep patrol or the pinkerton's for the coal mining and looks tsk on the vigilantes' , right up to the tea party and the malicious. violence in american society does not revolve around -- in a way that it did in europe around a transformer in radiology. around these kind of proud of fascists. and that is something that as we move forward as a nation and me in toward the effects of climate change and economic disintegration were going to have to confron
CSPAN
Aug 7, 2014 11:04pm EDT
, cuba, a china. we have not had india in 1948. america has been the bastion of what lenin called the dictator toship of the bourgeoisee. >> 80 out of every hundred americans owns a weapon and the government has nothing to fear because -- this is the problem. that the one sort of figure in our revolutionary intellectual tradition, paine, which has been -- who had been marginalized and sigh helped, has not had in any heirs, and so hoffstetter writes about this in the become on violence, that you go back and look at american history, where it's the slave patrols or the pinkertons or baldwin or the coal-mining gun thugs or vigilantes who shot done the miners at blair mountain, right up to the tea party and militias, that violence in american society doesn't resolve around -- revolve around in a way it did in europe, around a transformative ideology but around this protest o'fascists. hatred, and that is something that as we move forward as a nation, and we endure the effects of climate change and economic disintegration, we are going to have to confront. look at nevada. suppose those
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