The Greatest Rip-Off

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An interview with one of Australia's most respected economists, Alan Kohler. Why are Australia's house prices almost double the US's? With detail on geo-political issues re Belt n Road. Photo by Charles Parker from Pexels

The Neoliberal Exploitation Under a Super-Imperialism Lense

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FH2IRYoip0E&t=1s An interview on The Zero Hour to discuss the newly-released third edition of the 1971 book, Super-Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire. ESKOW: … The premise of your book, which has just been reissued, is something that I think a lot of people nebulously grasp parts of but don't have a firm fix on. I think people, particularly people who would watch a program like this, understand that there is a deep and a symbiotic relationship between the US economy, global capital, and US influence, in what you describe as “super-imperialism.” But I think the mechanics of it are obscure to people. And it seems to me that's what your book sets about addressing. Could you just briefly give us kind of an overview of what this machinery consists of? HUDSON: Well, the ...

We Make the Rules

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Economist Michael Hudson discusses the update of his book “Super Imperialism: The Economic Strategy of American Empire” and the financial motivations behind the US new cold war on China and Russia. Hudson has published a new, third edition of his book Super Imperialism that updates his analysis for the 21st century, discussing the new cold war on China and Russia and the ongoing transition from a US dollar-dominated financialized system to a “multipolar de-dollarized economy.” Max Blumenthal and Ben Norton of Moderate Rebels spoke with Hudson about the book and how the strategy of US economic hegemony has evolved since World War One. Transcript BEN NORTON: Hello, everyone, this is Moderate Rebels live. I’m Ben Norton. As always, I’m joined by my co-host, Max Blumenthal. And today we have back one of our most popular guests, ...

The Affront of Chinese Sovereignty

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Cross-posted from Renegade Inc Ross: Welcome to Renegade Inc. With China's increasing wealth, Western investors want some of the action. One of those investors is a bullish gentleman called George Soros. However, the Chinese are acutely aware that with Western investment comes inequality. So as Beijing begins to rethink how to do proper economic growth, we ask, will China learn from Western mistakes? Ross: Michael Hudson, always great to have you back on Renegade Inc. Michael Hudson: It's good to be back here. Thanks for having me. Ross: Michael, we join you at a time where a lot of people think the unipolar world could have maintained its supremacy. Turns out it hasn't. Multipolar world is here to stay. You of late have been quite vocal about George Soros, no less. ...