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 Ten Years After the Coup D'etat 
 Venezuelans Defend their Constitution Against Neoliberalism
 Perdue University Professor Kim Scipes
 Dale Lehman/WZRD  
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Kim Scipes, author of "AFL-CIO's Secret War against Developing Country Workers", talks about his research which documents the role of the AFL-CIO in supporting dictatorships that repress their workers in favor of US capital and their work with opposition groups to overthrow progressive governments in country's struggling to shed the baggage of colonialism and neoliberalism. He is introduced by Venezuelan Consul General, Jesus Rodriguez who screened the first 10 minutes of a remarkable documentary, "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised", by way of introduction to the role of opposition labor organizations and private media in planning and carrying out the coup d'etat. The remarkable documentary, filmed during the coup from inside the Presidential Palace, can be seen at
Also see: "Llaguno Bridge: Keys to a Massacre" at
Venezuelan Consul General, Jesus Rodriguez
DePaul University
Part 2 in the series contains Martin Sanchez speaking on alternative media and the role it played in countering the propaganda of the private media who were complicit in the coup. He is followed by Q&A

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00:33:33 English 2012-04-13
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