Media Roots Radio: Watchmen, Syria Head Fake, Al Baghdadi Bloodlust

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Abby and Robbie dispel some of the hype around the Joker movie and give a review of the politically charged Watchmen series. Mike Prysner from Eyes Left joins the show to go over the scandal in the latest Call of Duty depicting the “Highway of Death” as a Russian war crime. They then go over the timeline of Trump’s “troop withdrawal” from Syria, which was really just a rerouting of forces to the perpetual occupation of Iraq while keeping hundreds stationed to protect the oil fields in Syria. The episode closes out talking about the death of ISIS leader Al Baghdadi and the sickening ritualistic bloodlust surrounding these targeted assassinations.

*Warning Watchmen (comic book & movie) Spoilers 10:00-30:00*

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