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13 Aug, 2021 00:53

How media conspired to ignore decades of war in Afghanistan (Full show)

Robin Anderson, Professor Emerita at Fordham University joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the bizarre boredom and dearth of meaningful coverage of the US war in Afghanistan following its descent into special operations, drone strikes, brutality and coverups and disinformation on the part of the Pentagon. She also provides insight on the media’s interwoven nature with US military forces on the ground.

Then RT America’s Faran Fronczak joins to discuss the headache that the Delta variant of the coronavirus has become for the airline industry before Jamie Finch, former director of Government, Planning and Family Affairs at the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) joins to share his insights.

Plus, RT America’s John Huddy reports on high-profile billionaires’ unusual plan to negotiate the rights to tap into Greenland’s wealth of rare-earth minerals deep beneath the surface of the ice by means of the latest technology. Then Prof. Bert Chapman of Purdue University shares his expertise. He explains that the project will ensure a more reliable supply chain for the crucial resources Washington currently lacks but is it wise to provide an unaccountable clique of billionaires with that supply chain?