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Best of Flashpoints – Week of Jan. 4th-Jan. 8th, 2010

Posted on January 08, 2010 by Flashpoints

Oakland Institute director Anuradha Mittal talks about the global food crisis, African farmers and the so-called Green Revolution; our special correspondent Kevin Pina just back from Haiti, dissects current US policy there and the ongoing struggle for human rights in an increasingly repressive situation; also, Catherine Austin Fitts talks about the world’s most powerful investment bank, the so-called vampire squid, and the year in review for community business; and Sam Husseini talks about the Cairo protests against Israeli apartheid and the failure of mainstream media to cover the unraveling situation in occupied Palestine.

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