The World Order and Revolution!: Essays from the Resistance

The World Order and Revolution!: Essays from the Resistance


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The World Order and Revolution!: Essays from the Resistance by Andre Vltchek, Christopher Black, Peter Koenig

THE WORLD ORDER and REVOLUTION! - Essays from the Resistance is a compilation of essays (thoughts, analyses, and dreams) by three outstanding authors: an international lawyer, an economist, and a philosopher. They are fighting against neoliberalism and imperialism. Each engages in the struggle in his own way, maybe using different 'weapons', but the goals are the same: economic and social justice for those who do all the work in society, respect for the true freedom of the individual to experience and express their humanity, respect for the rights of others and dedication to learning of and writing about the true situation of the peoples of the world as they exist today and the future possible now and tomorrow.

The three authors are joining forces in order to fight for a better world. This book is for the people everywhere who are oppressed, as a sign of solidarity and a handshake. This book is also a warning to the oppressors, to whom they say: 'j'accuse!'

All the three authors have seen the world as it is, and they have witnessed wrong in all its forms!

As an international lawyer, Christopher Black has had to confront the injustice of the laws and institutions of this criminal system. As an economist, Peter Koenig fights neoliberalism, which is, in summary, nothing else than economic fascism. As an observer and chronicler of history and world events, Andre Vltchek has witnessed some of the most atrocious moments in modern history, documented them, and exposed those responsible for the crimes against the people.

All three authors stood up to resist the destructive forces of imperialism and neoliberalism. All three authors refused to remain silent. All three authors became fighters. All three authors are hoping to spread seeds that may help awakening human consciousness.

We hope that you will join them!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9786027005877
Publisher: PT. Badak Merah Semesta
Publication date: 05/01/2015
Pages: 434
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.97(d)

About the Author

Andre Vltchek is a philosopher, novelist, filmmaker, investigative journalist, poet, playwright, and photographer.
His latest books are Exposing Lies of the Empire, Fighting Against Western Imperialism and On Western Terrorism with Noam Chomsky. Other works include Western Terror: From Potosi to Baghdad, Indonesia: Archipelago of Fear, Exile (with Pramoedya Ananta Toer, and Rossie Indira) and Oceania - Neocolonialism, Nukes & Bones.
Point of No Return is his major work of fiction.
His plays are 'Ghosts of Valparaiso' and 'Conversations with James'.
teleSUR has broadcast several of his documentary films. Press TV has broadcast his feature documentary film 'Rwanda Gambit'. Other documentaries include 'Terlena - Breaking of The Nation', and 'One Flew Over Dadaab'.
He lives in Asia and the Middle East.

Christopher Black is an international criminal lawyer based in Toronto, Canada.
He has been a trial lawyer for 37 years, first for Canadian National Railways and Air Canada, then with TransCanada Pipelines. In 1987, he became a criminal defence lawyer doing legal aid work in Toronto and other cities in Ontario.
In 2000, he became lead defence counsel at the Rwanda War Crimes Tribunal where he defended General Augustin Ndindiliyimana, Chief of Staff of the Rwanda Gendarmerie and won his acquittal on all charges of genocide and crimes against humanity in 2014. He was a Vice-Chair of the International Committee For the Defence of Slobodan Milosevic and Chair of the Legal Committee.
He writes essays, articles and papers on international law and other issues. Some of his poetry was published in Canada and Russia. His first novel, Beneath The Clouds, is about resisting the secret police state.

Peter Koenig is an economist and geopolitical analyst, and a former World Bank staff.
He worked extensively around the world - Latin America, Africa, East and South Asia, the Middle East and North Africa - in the fields of environment and water resources. Increasingly his focus has become water as a human right, the theft of water through privatization by transnationals and too-big-to-fail banks, and the annihilation of water resources, bio-diversity, social fabric and community health by reckless and outrageous mining.
He writes for Global Research, ICH, TeleSur, RT, Sputnik News, and other non-mainstream media.
He is the author of Implosion - An Economic Thriller about War, Environmental Destruction and Corporate Greed.
He lives in Europe and Latin America.

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