Despite 20 years of war, Taliban & ISIS stronger than ever
Rick Sanchez presents an overview of the horrific quagmire that Washington’s bellicose foreign policy has wrought in Afghanistan and Iraq. After so much bloodshed and trillions of dollars, the US is ramping up its withdrawal from Afghanistan as a resurgent Taliban gains ground in the country. Meanwhile, Washington’s Afghan allies are blaming the US for the deteriorating situation there. RT America’s Alex Mihailovich reports on the departure of the US from Afghanistan after 20 years of frustration and waste.
ISIS is contained in Iraq, for now, but militants affiliated with Islamic State are wreaking havoc in Africa. In Mozambique, more than 8,000 have fled their homes in the wake of an ISIS offensive that has lasted years. Innocents live in fear of the ISIS-affiliated militants who lay waste to the countryside, employing arson and beheadings in their campaign of nightmarish carnage. RT America’s Rachel Blevins has the details.
Millions of people risk losing their homes as the federal moratorium on eviction comes to an end. President Biden is taking heat from Democrats who fear its likely impact on those pauperized by the economic fallout of COVID-19. Jason Hartman of Platinum Properties Investor Network shares his expertise.
When a Sky News Australia presenter questioned the dangers posed by the much-discussed delta variant of COVID-19 and the efficacy of vaccines designed to confront it, Youtube suspended the network for a week over what it deemed a violation of its service terms. Lionel of Lionel Media shares his take on what the situation says about free speech and how it is evolving in an era defined in part by platforms like Youtube.