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Another radioactive mistake, US undermines Venezuela & fees to feed homeless

Abby Martin discusses yet another radioactive leak from the Fukushima nuclear power plant after a valve was left open by mistake. Some of the most egregious laws against the homeless and the different ways cities are dealing with the issue, citing Columbia, South Carolina’s mandatory fee to feed homeless people in parks, among others. Author of ‘Blowback: The First Full Account of America’s Recruitment of Nazis’, Professor Chris Simpson, talks about the cooperation between US intelligence and military agencies and Nazi espionage and propaganda experts in the years following World War II. The top five companies that aided Nazi Germany during the height of WWII - we call out Hugo Boss, IBM and Ford. Finally, Mark Weisbrot, co-director of the Center for Economic Policy Research discusses the ongoing protests in Venezuela and US influence there.

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