Anti G-20 rally calls for end to corporate globalization

G-20 meeting in Hamburg, German

by Jim W. Dean, VT Editor … with Press TV, Teheran

While the G-20 leaders meeting, there is no forum for their respective publics to do so

[ Note: The German Left is experienced at putting on protests. The various issue organizations coordinate in a friendly competition to get large crowds out into the street, and leverage that with their theatrical presentation to maximize press coverage, which they have great talent for doing.

But where they have a blind spot is that, when the theatrics are over, the lasting impression with the world public is a Tower of Babel one, which results in no major increased effort to take on the Deep State crowd in their bunkers.

The key issue there, which I focused on during this interview, is a laser focus on taking on the military industrial complex for not only their huge expenditures, but for their efforts in manufacturing fake threats to keep their engines of commerce going.

For all of the main Liberal issues that need funding, the only real source for it is in military cutbacks, which can only be accomplish via major political pressure on those countries having big military budgets to work out reductions via negotiations. But in none of these countries do we see a major grassroots push to do this.

On the contrary, in the US, Congress loves military expenditures, as the manufacturers have spread the spending out over as many states as possible, with special emphasis on the key defense committee chairmens’ states. As Gordon Duff does so love to say, “Welcome to how the world really works.” JD ]

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– First published … July 2, 2017

Tens of thousands of people against corporate globalization have taken to the streets of the German city of Hamburg ahead of the upcoming G-20 summit.

Anti-globalization demonstrators converged on Hamburg despite rain to call on G-20 leaders to take more action on inequality, climate change and populism. The leaders are due to gather for a two day summit on July 7 amid tight security to discuss issues including trade, climate change and migration.

As protests rage, the German chancellor has promised people that the summit will look into their concerns, including distribution of wealth and consumption of resources. Angela Merkel says they will seek a win-win situation for everyone in which consumer protection, social and environmental standards are upheld.



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