Expect some ad hominem.
Expect some ad hominem.
Abby Martin talks to John B. Wells on the widely syndicated Coast to Coast AM radio show about the rise of alternative media, her citizen journalism with Media Roots, her activism with Occupy Oakland and how her TV show “Breaking the Set” has managed to piss off Rand Paul, Nestle and the Israeli lobby.
On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin goes over two news stories being overshadowed by the corporate media’s fixation on the royal baby, including the case of New York Times journalist James Risen facing jail time for refusing to testify in the criminal case of a CIA leaker, as well as the admission by the Tokyo Electric Power Company that that radiation has been continuously leaking from the damaged nuclear facility in Fukushima since the 2011 earthquake.… Read the rest
Abby Martin highlights the Israeli Military’s bombing of media buildings and targeting of journalists, including the RT office in Gaza, and calls out the Israeli government to for making veiled threats to RT’s headquarters in Moscow.
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?
RT America’s new show Breaking the Set with Abby Martin to hit the air starting September 4th. Don’t miss it!
There are way too many rules set in society that prop up the establishment – an establishment that works to divide and conquer the people. Breaking the Set is a show cutting through that pre-established narrative which tells the people what to think and what to care about.
Tune in from 6-6:30 EST M-F on your local cable station or watch live at RT.com/usa
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MEDIA ROOTS — Seeds are at the very core of the public commons as the first link in an essential food chain. Throughout the 20th century, the agricultural biotech giant Monsanto perverted intellectual property laws to corner the world’s seed supply.
By allowing the food supply to be attached to the bottom line of a corporation, the world places its future in the hands of a corrupt few. Abby Martin explores the multinational corporation’s sordid past of corruption and toxicity and their current scandalous dealings for RT.