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Breaking the Set

  • Reuters / Fred Thornhill
    On this final episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin, discusses the power of grassroots activism in getting the FCC to uphold net neutrality. Abby then speaks with Eugene Puryear, Organizer with the ANSWER Coalition, about effective activism...
  • ­There are too many rules in our society that only prop up the establishment – an establishment that tries its hardest to divide and conquer the people. ‘Breaking the Set’ is a show that cuts through the pre-written narrative that tries to tell you what to think, and what to care about.
  • Reuters / Fred Thornhill
    ​Abby Martin Breaks the Set One Last Time
    On this final episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin, discusses the power of grassroots activism in getting the FCC to uphold net neutrality. Abby then speaks with Eugene Puryear, Organizer with the ANSWER Coalition, about effective activism...
  • Reuters / Desmond Boylan
    Cuba Part III: Evolution of revolution
    Abby Martin features the third installment of BTS’ trip to Cuba, focusing on reforms to the country’s economic and agricultural models. An overview of how Cuba’s organic movement evolved and the challenges of the food subsidy system....
  • Mariela, sexologist, National Assembly member and daughter of Cuba's President Castro. (Reuters/Desmond Boylan)
    ​Cuba Part II: Ebola solidarity & Castro’s daughter on gay rights
    Abby Martin highlights Part II of BTS’ eight day trip to Havana, Cuba, starting with an interview with Cuban Dr. Katiel Llorente Izabelez, who explains how Cuba has managed to maintain such a high life expectancy rate, despite the lack of...
  • Reuters/Desmond Boylan
    ​Cuba Part I: From revolution to abnormal relations
    Abby Martin highlights BTS’ eight day trip to Havana, Cuba, starting with a historical look at the tensions between the US and Cuba that have led them to the negotiating table. Then, the major areas of contention when it comes to these...
  • Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton 
(Reuters / Kevin Lamarque)
    ​Clinton’s shocking bedfellows, Bayer infects thousands with HIV, Netanyahu’s cartoon lies
    Abby Martin covers new files obtained by Al Jazeera and the Guardian which show that while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was claiming at the UN General Assembly that Iran was close to a nuclear bomb, his own intelligence...
  • Reuters / U.S. Navy / Erik Hildebrandt / Handout
    Exporting drones, Chapel Hill terrorism & how Marxism can be democratic
    In this Breaking the Set, Abby Martin contrasts BTS’s recent visit to Cuba and how the tiny island nation exports doctors worldwide with the recent announcement that the US will begin exporting drones to its allies. Abby speaks with...
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    ​Nestle’s new scheme, McCain’s war hypocrisy & police jump outs
    In this Breaking the Set, Abby Martin, discusses the revelations by the Washington Post that Nestle is actually getting paid to borrow money. Abby discusses John McCain’s call to arm the Ukrainian army with lethal weapons, and how this is just...
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    Govt. animal torture, No New Animal Labs, animal abolition & Naomi Wolf
    Abby Martin discusses a new investigation by the New York Times into the US Meat Animal Research Center, and its disturbing practices of experimenting on animals from pigs to cattle. Jay Johnson, from No New Animal Labs, discusses the University...
  • Reuters / Marko Djurica
    Pentagon’s death economy, HSBC still criminals & deadly Denver PD
    Abby Martin discusses an announcement by the Croatian prime minister that the country will absolve the debt of the country’s 60,000 poorest citizens, serving as a model for the US. The White House’s new proposed budget and the record amount...
  • U.S. President Barack Obama folds his hands in a traditional Indian greeting after he addressed a gathering at Siri Fort Auditorium in New Delhi January 27, 2015 (Reuters/Ahmad Masood)
    Gladiator games, India’s corporate nuke takeover & honoring fallen journalists
    Abby Martin discusses a new report outlining how the EU suppressed crucial information about the dangers of certain chemicals in pesticides. How the Super Bowl promotes the ideals of military intervention and allows the NFL to fleece tax payers...