The Power Principle Corporate Empire and the Rise of the National Security State 2012 Del dette på facebook! Del denne side på Google+ Se Kilde! Se Kilde! Afspil den på YouTube! Download 

Part I - Empire An Introduction to the Empire; Iran – Oil and
Geopolitics; Guatemala – the “merger of state and corporate power”; The
Congo – Neocolonialism; Grenada – “The Mafia Doctrine”; Chile –
“libertarianism with a small l"; Globalization: Consequences. 1945:
Grand Area Strategy; Fascism: a “rational system of the plutocracy”; Case
Studies: the Greek Communists; The Italian Communists; the Spanish
Anarchists; Fascism’s Western backers; Trading with the Enemy; Fascism as
“preservation of civilization”; the Cold War and “A Century of
Fear”. Part II – Propaganda The Soviet Menace?; Case Studies: El
Salvador, Nicaragua; Propaganda: Self-Deception and blowback; The
“International Communist Conspiracy”; Declassified Documents; NSC 68; The
Pentagon as Keynsian Mechanism; The Military Industrial Complex; The War
against the Third World; Shifting rationales; What is imperialism?; Case
Study: Haiti; “War is a racket”. Fear-based conditioning - The War of
the Worlds, The Triumph of the Will; World view Warfare; The Russians are
coming; Television: The “perfect propaganda medium”; Soviet vs. American
propaganda; Hollywood and the Pentagon; Psywarriors and the media;
Operation Mockingbird; The Pentagon Pundits; Project Revere; The Bomber
Gap; “scare the hell out of them”. Part III – Apocalypse Mutually
Assured Destruction; MAD men - Curtis Lemay and the super hawks; MAD men -
Hermann Kahn and the Rand Corporation; Over flights as provocation; Cuba:
the “danger of a good example”; terrorism against Cuba; “Unconventional
warfare”; the Cuban Missile Crisis and the “man who saved the
world”. Why did the Soviet Union collapse?; Gorbachev: a “more violent,
less stable world”; the Pentagon’s New Map; Did Ronald Reagan end the Cold
War?; The Brink of Apocalypse: Able Archer; The betrayal of Russia; The
expansion of NATO; Yugoslavia and Libya; the Yeltsin coup; Living
standards in the former Soviet Union; A third way? Kilde: