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 Third Paradigm  
 
 Regular Show
 
 Tereza Coraggio  
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Examines foreign investment as a form of pollution, according to the Abya Yala, and as a form of perpetual slavery. As examples, cites the oil and gas transnationals in the Peruvian Amazon, and Firestone in Liberia. Shows how Dell, HP, and AT&T are collaborating to censor free speech in China. Illustrates NAFTA's pro-investor bias
with the case of Glamis Gold against the State of California.
Produced and Hosted by Tereza Coraggio

Production and Editing by Skidmark Bob
http://popdefectradio.blogspot.com/

Please contact Tereza with comments or to let her know what station is airing this show.
tereza@thirdparadigm.org

Transcript, includes music videos, photos and links:
http://www.thirdparadigm.org/3p_031.html

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Music: Moby, Big Country, Comrade Fatso, Snow Patrol
Reads poems by Gregory Orr, Jane Hirschfield, and Czeslaw Milosz to the song Shot in the Head by Moby, and previews Pale Horses from their upcoming CD Wait for Me. Applies NAFTA's rules to the hypothetical case of a Canadian hog farm buying Wilder Ranch State
Park. Breaks down the relative value of time, from a Bangladeshi 12-yr- old making $8/month for 500 hours of work to a WalMart employee or teenage babysitter making $8/hr. Looks at the downward spiral of profit and control. Relates a shareholder proxy vote in which Fidelity's Vanguard Fund directors recommend against a proposal to not invest in genocide. Plays Bread and Roses by Comrade Fatso, a radical street poet from Zimbabwe.

 Finance is an Extractive Industry Download Program Podcast
00:29:00 English 2009-06-14
 
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