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George Floyd, Black Lives Matter & U.S. Militarisation | Prof. Peter Kuznick

George Floyd, Black Lives Matter & U.S. Militarisation | Prof. Peter Kuznick

5. Juni 2020
George Floyd, Black Lives Matter & U.S. Militarisation | Prof. Peter Kuznick

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In this exclusive interview with author and Professor of History at American University Peter Kuznick, we talk about George Floyd’s case and provide historical context to it. In addition we examine the Black Lives Matter movement – its successes and areas where it could improve. Lastly we discuss the latest military developments and the dangers that they pose to humanity.

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Peter KuznickPeter Kuznick is Professor of History and Director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University in Washington, D.C. He’s the co-author of the book The Untold History of the United States, written together with Hollywood film director and producer Oliver Stone. He was active in the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam War movements and remains active in antiwar and nuclear abolition efforts.

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2 Antworten auf „George Floyd, Black Lives Matter & U.S. Militarisation | Prof. Peter Kuznick“

It’s great to see Peter getting around more these days. You won’t find a lot of academics as articulate, compassionate, and conversant with the most critical questions of our time as he is. I try to get everybody I meet to watch or read The Untold History Of The United States. If they haven’t, it’s almost certain their understanding of the “American Experiment” will be limited at best and full of distortions.
Tthinking about the world we would have had if Henry Wallace had been allowed his rightful place as F.D.R.’s successor is heartbreaking. It gets even worse thinking about all the good things Kennedy was doing, or preparing to do in his second term.

Outrage is wasted if it doesn’t lead to action. What we’re seeing now in the aftermath of the Covid disaster and the televised lynching of George Floyd is long overdue. A whole generation has been radicalized and mobilized overnight, and this time the revolution is being televised. Free Julian Assange now and we might just have time enough to turn things around before the planet is ravaged beyond repair.

“Look what’s happening out in the streets.
Got a revolution! Got to revolution!
Ain’t it amazing all the people I meet.
We’re Volunteers Of America!” 1969. Paul Kantner, Marty Balin, r.i.p.

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