US Coup D’Etat, Monsanto, Iran War, CNN Censorship, NYPD in Israel – Breaking The Set

Abby Martin brings up the issue of global surveillance and drone warfare and talks to NIAC Policy Director Jamal Abdi about the possibility of war with Iran. MSNBC is called out for political bias, and RT Producer Ramon Galindo speaks about the impending doom of nuclear reactors built by fault lines. She breaks down the corruption of the NYPD and asks: why are they bringing their criminal enterprise to Tel Aviv, Israel?

Abby Martin brings up the issue of Corporate Personhood and unregulated political donations, interviews Dr. Wilmer Leon about what he calls a Coup D’Etat of American Democracy, exposes truths about Bahrain through today’s Hero Amber Lyon and reveals Sudanese President Omar al-Bashir as today’s Villain for his crimes against humanity. RT Web Producer Andrew Blake explains how taking a picture might land you in an interrogation room, and Abby calls out GMO giant Monsanto for their agricultural mis-practices.


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2 Comments on "US Coup D’Etat, Monsanto, Iran War, CNN Censorship, NYPD in Israel – Breaking The Set"

  1. InfvoCuernos | Sep 11, 2012 at 1:36 am |

    That was pretty good.  Finally got to hear a good analysis of the Iran Situation that makes sense.  This looks like a pretty good show.  On a side note, is that a nipple ring poking through her shirt?  -if so, very hot. 

  2. Jesus Borg | Sep 11, 2012 at 10:06 am |

    I really like her. I think she “panders” to my point of view and I don’t mean “pander” in a totally pajorative sense. But that is a point of view that isn’t really covered by mainstream media, that the right left paradigm is completely intellectually and morally bankrupt.

    Still, the whole “Russian Television” thing is problematic, but so is Al Jezeera. It just speaks to how alienated and dissaffected many Americans are with the whole Political system, that We look for News outside US sources, kind of like in exile in a way.  

    Its really a sign of a Post American World. Not totally a bad thing, but definately a signifigant development.

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