On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin Breaks the Set on Anarchism, Socialism, & Libertarianism, in the first ever Breaking the Set Alternative Voices Debate.
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Abby and Robbie Martin go over a comprehensive timeline of political events in the decade following the 9/11 attacks by covering the ] use of agitation propaganda and psychological warfare to condition the public into accepting a new era of endless war and civil liberties erosions.
On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks to activist, author and Princeton professor, Dr. Cornel West, about class warfare, race issues, corporate greed, and the American empire.
Abby Martin takes a look at the real reason why hemp is illegal in the US- the truth might surprise you.
Abby Martin takes a look back at the 1993 Waco massacre, the tactics used by federal agents and the subsequent cover up that remains to this day.
Abby Martin showcases some of her political artwork and explains art’s importance in reflecting the culture.
On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin interviews John Perkins, economist and author of ‘Confessions of an Economic Hitman’, about how corporations are determining the world order, and how assassins take out those who challenge the system. Abby wraps up the show with a discussion with Cindy and Craig Corrie, parents of slain activist Rachel Corrie, about their case against the Israeli government and their fight for social justice worldwide through the Rachel Corrie Foundation.
On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks about the influence of the Israeli Lobby, highlights a clothing line that can make you practically invisible to the thermal cameras of surveillance drones, and calls out former US vice-president for his hypocritical stance on a clean energy future while becoming rich off fear mongering and oil money. BTS wraps up the show with a look at surveillance drones in the US, the capabilities of these robots, and the implications they have on the privacy of Americans.
On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin talks about the threat against indigenous sovereignty and the growth of the Idle No More movement beyond Canada; calls out the corporate media for their obsession with supermodels and instead highlights a successful lawsuit against defense contractor L-3 Services for torture at Iraq’s infamous Abu Ghraib Prison; talks to whistleblower and lawyer, Jesselyn Radack, about recent developments in the cases of ex CIA official John Kiriakou, and PFC Bradley Manning; BTS wraps up the show with a look at the Cuban Five, a group of Cuban intelligence agents who have been incarcerated in the US since 1998 as the forgotten political prisoners of the Cold War.