Scott Ritter, previous UN weapon inspector in Iraq, joins us to discuss about the incident in the Black Sea. A British ship breached Russian waters off the coast of Crimea and warning shots were fired. The Uk diplomatic agent was addressed by the Russian authorities and admonished for the naval confrontation. Craig Murray argues that the go was a reckless provocation by the British federal government.
Shane Stranahan, co-host of Faultlines, joins us to focus on the dying of tech mogul John McAfee. Mcafee was found useless in a Spanish jail cell beneath questionable circumstances. He experienced previously warned that if he died it would not be suicide. Also, Edward Snowden argues that after the premature demise of both McAfee and Epstein, Julian Assange could be upcoming.
Ted Rall, political cartoonist and syndicated columnist, joins us to discuss about the New York primaries. A Democratic socialist prospect conquer a 4-term incumbent in the mayoral race for the Buffalo Metropolis governing administration leadership. Also, the US Navy counter-terrorism teaching information states that socialists are terrorists and puts them in the similar classification as neo-nazis.
Steve Poikonen, countrywide organizer action4Assange, joins us to chat about Facebook. A the latest Newsweek posting revealed that the Pentagon has a 60,000 individual military doing the job on the two domestic and foreign projects which include things like online manipulation of facts. When questioned if they would maintain US government actors to the same standards as overseas actors, Facebook reps refused to respond to.
Jim Kavanagh, writer at thepolemicist.net and CounterPunch and the writer of “The American Farce Unravels: Shreds of January 6th,” joins us to explore Hunter Biden. Hunter Biden is in the news once again as his father’s credit rating card has been tied to his payment for woman escort services. Also, President Obama’s ethics director is speaking out as Biden sells his artwork to nameless potential buyers for up to a half-million pounds.
Mark Sleboda, Moscow-dependent international relations security analyst, joins us to explore Nord Stream 2. Ukraine’s countrywide gasoline corporation has hired a lobbying firm owned by an Atlantic Council senior fellow to lobby against Nord Stream 2. Also, AP information reports that the pipeline task has been a major pressure on relations amongst the US and Germany.
Obi Egbuna, activist, and US Rep for The Zimbabwean Newspapers, joins us to examine Cuba. 184 nations voted from continuing the brutal US blockade on Cuba as only the US and Israel supported the continuance of the steps. Critics argued that a blockade is a form of biological warfare as it has prevented the tiny island country from performing to halt the distribute of the pandemic.
James Carey, editor/co-owner at Geopoliticsalert.com, joins us to chat about Iran. The US is disputing Iran’s declare that a deal to lift major sanctions has been struck. Also, the Israeli protection chief has been conference with US officials as they function on rejoining the JCPOA in what appears to be an omen of sure demise for the diplomatic task.
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