USEFUL IDIOTS—A compelling, must watch chat with Jimmy Dore, Matt Taibbi and Katie Helper on the clusterfuck that passes for mainstream culture in the US, starting with its half-deranged, out-of-touch prostituted politicians and “journalists”.
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CAITLIN JOHNSTONE—There are no moderate, mainstream centrists anywhere in the tight alliance of nations which function as a single empire on foreign policy, because that functional empire is built upon murder, terrorism, exploitation, oppression, ecocide and the stockpiling of armageddon weapons. People who support the status quo of this empire are called “moderates”, but, just like the so-called “moderate rebels” of Syria, they are in fact violent extremists.
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As might be expected from a shockumentary artist like Michael Moore, his latest outing, Planet of the Humans, packs a great deal of provocative, at times haunting, and vital information along with debatable truths. Watch Moore’s film, and this video selection featuring critics and defenders in the most important debate of our time or any time.
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Jimmy Dore and Chris hedges discuss the events following the police murder of George Floyd, and where these mostly leaderless, spontaneist protests might be taking the country.
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GLEN FORD—There has been nothing approaching this level of unrest since April, 1968, when 100 cities burned in the wake of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s assassination. Back then, the U.S. corporate order responded to the challenge from below with massive expansion and militarization of local police forces, intensive secret police operations to eradicate Black and radical movements, and a program of mass Black incarceration that, over the past half century, has boosted the national prison population from less than 200,000 in 1970, to 2.2 million , today – an 11-fold increase.