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Tim Canova: Democrats are underestimating Trump’s strength for 2020! (E817)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to former Congressional candidate against Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Tim Canova. He discusses the Democratic primary and who the strongest contenders are. He highlights Tulsi Gabbard’s strengths, and highlights some weaknesses in Bernie Sanders’ campaign. He also warns Democrats against following the same polls that lead them to lose in 2016, and discusses alleged corruption by Debbie Wasserman-Schultz and her power in the DNC and the media. He also examines the corporate media’s oligarchic structure in the US. Next, we speak to David Shearer, head of the UN Mission in South Sudan, about how the mainstream media avoids talking about South Sudan. He discusses the humanitarian crisis, with over 2 million refugees have fled the country, whether the creation of South Sudan has only exacerbated the problems, endemic corruption and other problems facing South Sudan, whether a peace deal can hold, and more!

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READ MORE: Statement from Trafigura

Like many oil companies, Trafigura has bought crude oil from the government of the Republic of South Sudan (RSS). The crude oil was delivered to Port Sudan via an export pipeline. Under a contractual agreement, Trafigura provided pre-payments to the RSS government. All pre-payments were made into bank accounts of Sudan’s central bank. Trafigura sought to follow UN guidelines regarding the remittance of the crude oil prepayments and has fully cooperated with the UN Panel of Experts.

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