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The New Rulers of the World (Video)

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The New Rulers of the World is a 2001-2002 documentary film produced, written and presented by John Pilger on the consequences of globalisation, taking Indonesia as the primary example of the serious problems with the new globalization. Pilger's central thesis is that the "New Rulers" alluded to in the title are, in fact, the old rulers in new clothes. To Pilger, the colonialism of the 19th and early 20th centuries has experienced a return to grace following World War II (when it was realised that Nazism was a form of imperialism) in the form of globalisation.

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Video from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tvnEc48A7yM

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