Chris Hedges: Movements have a life

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Chris Hedges: Movements have a life

“The fundamental task of the security and surveillance state … is to sever a movement that articulates the truth as Occupy did from the mainstream,” says Truthdig columnist, author and activist, Chris Hedges. He says the goal of the security and surveillance state is to serve the movement from the mainstream, and to make the mainstream fearful of the movement. He made these remarks during a keynote speech at the Left Forum conference in New York on March 8. This YouTube Video:

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