US doesn’t count dead civilians, internet’s ‘Killswitch’ & Egypt’s police state

Abby Martin talks about Pentagon officials refusing to recognize that any civilians have been killed in the US’ campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria and how this is just the latest example of nonsensical foreign policy being employed in the Middle East. Dina Darwish, an Egyptian-American activist, and journalist Ahmed Fati talk about the fourth anniversary of the revolution in Egypt and the state of human and civil rights today. Kai Newkirk, co-Founder of 99 Rise, on the fifth anniversary of the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision which has allowed billions to flow into political campaigns every single election cycle. Finally, Ali Akbarzadeh and Christopher Dollar, director and writer of the new documentary film ‘Killswitch’, which takes a look at the fight to maintain a free and open internet.

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