Andrew Gavin Marshall: The European Debt Crisis–Providing Opportunity For Global Government
The global “Age of Rage” movement lashes back at governing elites
Jim welcomes Andrew Gavin Marshall back to the program to discuss the New World Order, and how he believes the European debt crisis is helping fuel a move to a centralized European government, and ultimately the opportunity for global government. Andrew also discusses his views on a burgeoning global revolution in an "age of rage." He believes the course of the global economic crisis is the direct and deliberate result of class warfare, waged by the political and economic elites against the people of the world.
Andrew Gavin Marshall is an independent researcher and writer based out of Montreal, Canada. He has written dozens of articles, essays and reports online and in print on a wide array of social, economic, and political issues, always from a highly critical perspective. His writing can be found on his blog, www.andrewgavinmarshall.com. Andrew is Project Manager of The People's Book Project, an initiative through which he is attempting to write a comprehensive book on the institutions and ideas of power in our world, and what we can do about it.
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