Shortly after Ron Douglas’ documentary dropped, RT America’s Lindsay France invited me onto her program FishTank, which covers electoral politics and elections. The interview aired June 30 and I’d planned to post this link here earlier, except a bunch of other stuff happened.
But, now that the dust has settled — just a bit — here’s my interview with Lindsay on RT America’s FishTank.
Total Running Time: 06:16
See more FishTank episodes on YouTube.
If you’ve noticed, in the past few years, that the behavior and tactics of American police resemble those of Israeli police and soldiers, you’d be right — and these tactics have come into even sharper focus with the murder of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile by police in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Minneapolis, Minnesota recently.
Military occupation tactics, collective punishment, terrorizing and brutalizing neighborhoods, shooting kids for throwing stones — filthy, bloody Israel taught U.S. police everything they know.
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“Israel-trained police ‘occupy’ Missouri after killing of black youth”
Rania Khalek, Electronic Intifada 08.15.14
“From NYC, Ferguson To Baltimore, American Police Are Trained In Apartheid Israel”
Kit O’Connell, MintPress News 05.15.15
“U.S. Police Routinely Travel to Israel to Learn Methods of Brutality and Repression”
Justin Gardner, Free Thought Project 08.30.15
The so-called “DARK Act”, working its way through the US Senate, is a pro-corporate bill full of loopholes disguised as a GMO labeling bill which, in fact, hides GMO information behind QR codes and toll-free telephone numbers.
Prior to the Senate vote yesterday, my long-time comrade Adam Eidinger and his pals from the Organic Consumers Association protested the influence of Monsanto in the Senate by flinging money — yep, that’s right, $2000 in real cash money — onto the floor of the Senate.
Find out more about the DARK Act at the Organic Consumers Association.
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