De-Manufacturing Consent- The Evil That Men Do: Corporatism, Secrecy & America’s Exceptional Apathy

Guillermo Jimenez Presents Lee Camp

On this edition of De-Manufacturing Consent: Guillermo is joined by Lee Camp, stand-up comedian and host of Redacted Tonight on RT America. Lee talks about his new show, the comparisons to other comedy news shows like The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, and what sets his show apart from the “steam valves” that never truly challenge the establishment.

We also discuss the sociopathic nature of the world’s power elite, the need for “those who love peace to organize as effectively as those who love war,” how consumerism and apathy can get often get in the way, and how we remain optimistic about the future.

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  1. avatar Sam Adams says:

    I was listening to an interview by Dr. Dave Janda, MD (Operation Freedom May 25, 2014 broadcast) of Nick Begich on the subject of HARP. For those not familiar with this, HARP is the use of high energy transmissions to cause all sorts of effects from weather modification to seismic activity. One of the topics that was discussed is the impact of these types of electromagnetic transmissions on the emotions of people over vast geographic areas. And it wouldn’t even take HARP to implement. Lower energy local electromagnetic transmissions could be applied this way according to the research uncovered by Begich.
    All this sounds quite ‘wacky’ and sci-fi in nature if you have a healthy, skeptical attitude. But sometimes, I wonder. I often run into people who seem to be actively & aggressively apathetic regarding of matters of significance. They care about sporting events. They don’t care about events that matter. It is very frustrating to witness.

  2. avatar Marcus Packard says:

    The concept of evil is only useful to avoid something you don’t want or don’t want to be. It is counterproductive when you want to solve the problem. Jacques Fresco points this out in his own way. If you want to solve a problem you want to analyze it’s causes. If you consider something “evil” you suppose there is nothing to do solve the problem because you consider it is evil in essence, you accept an eternal conflict. If you want to reach these people or these things, you must befriend them. Fighting them will only create more conflict. Acceptance brings peace, which is needed because in a storm you cant solve anything, all you can do is try to survive. “Darkness can’t eliminate darkness, only light can do that. Hate can’t eliminate hate, only love can do that.” These people and things exist, we are all in this together whether we like it or not so we must unite in order to make the world a better place. To unite we must focus on similarities not differences. Remember that slow and steady wins the race. Hugs

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