Chevron vs. the Amazon – Full Documentary

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Abby Martin launches a deep investigation into Chevron Texaco’s intentional spilling of 19 billion gallons of oil and waste in Ecuador’s pristine Amazon rainforest, and the 25-year-long legal battle that followed. Featuring interviews with victims, expert witnesses and Ecuadorean heads of state, this three-part documentary reveals the full breadth of Chevron’s crimes, blatant corruption in the biggest environmental trial of the … Read More

Why the US Won’t Give Up on Regime Change in Venezuela

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Two weeks ago, Obama made a bizarre announcement that Venezuela is an “extraordinary threat” to US national security and that he is “deeply concerned” about its human rights abuses – a declaration necessary to justify a new round of harsh sanctions. The measure comes on the heels of another round of US sanctions against the Venezuelan government, allegedly for violating … Read More

Media Roots Radio – RIP Breaking the Set in the New Cold War

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Robbie and Abby Martin discuss her departure from Breaking the Set, the establishment’s Cold War resurrection, the splintering of the left over Obama’s military policies on Syria/Ukraine and Netanyahu’s recent visit to Congress. If you want to directly download the podcast, click the down arrow icon on the right of the soundcloud display. To hide the comments to enable easier … Read More

Why Henry Kissinger Should Be Tried at the Hague

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Two months ago, hundreds of thousands of Chileans somberly marked the 40th anniversary of their nation’s September 11th attack. It was on that date in 1973 that the Chilean military, armed with a generous supply of funds and weapons from the US, and assisted by the CIA and other operatives, overthrew the democratically-elected government of the moderate socialist Salvador Allende. … Read More

US Empire vs Venezuela: Opposing Democracy Once Again

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Virtually alone among world nations, the United States has refused to recognize the election of Nicolas Maduro as president of Venezuela. Unfortunately, this activity has become the norm in international affairs: the U.S. stands alone like the schoolyard bully, or nearly isolated with Israel, Saudia Arabia and Great Britain. The people of Venezuela remember all too well that the American … Read More

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