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Taliban spox. on 9/11 anniversary: We feel pride for ending the occupation (E1047)

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen. He discusses the significance of the 9/11 terror attacks, conducted by Osama Bin Laden’s Al-Qaeda, for Afghanistan, the formation of a new government there and how several Taliban heads are still on FBI bounty lists, footage of journalists being beaten by the Taliban, PM Boris Johnson saying NATO forces should be proud of the legacy they left behind, and much more! 

Finally, we speak to former Pink Floyd frontman Roger Waters. He discusses the significance of the 9/11 attacks and his initial hope that Americans would wake up to US imperialism, how the global war on terror almost destroyed the war, Chile’s 9/11: the CIA-backed coup which brought Augusto Pinochet to power in 1973, entrenched neoliberalism in Chile, protests against President Sebastian Pinera, and much more!

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