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David Cameron erases history, big changes for China, a musical peace process...

In this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin calls out British PM David Cameron’s conservative party for purging their website of over a decade of speeches and videos, and remarks about the party also using sophisticated software to remove the files from internet archives used for posterity. Abby then reports on major policy shifts within the Chinese government that are resulting in a partial lifting of the country’s long standing ‘one-child policy’ as well as the dismantling of the decades-long labor prison camps for Chinese dissidents. Abby then speaks with Peter Joseph, founder to the Zeitgeist Movement about the philosophy behind the organization, the unsustainability of the current economic system and the model proposed by the movement for a sustainable future that works harmoniously with nature. BTS wraps up the show with a performance by members of the musical collective ‘Heartbeat’, performing the songs ‘Bukra fi Mish Mish’ and ‘The Wall’ and discussing how the road to peace between Israel and Palestine can be paved with music and unity.

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