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Don’t nuke Hurricane Dorian, Black Alliance for Peace makes demands of presidential candidates

To open the show this week, Lee goes deep on Hurricane Dorian and the president’s idea of nuking it. As experts pointed out, nuking Dorian would’ve just created a radioactive hurricane and given Hollywood more dumb ideas. He also takes a look at the protests in Hong Kong and their ties to the American regime-change NGO, the National Endowment for Democracy. The publication Popular Resistance covered those connections in a recent article that adds a level of intrigue to the story of Hong Kong’s nonviolent democracy protests.

In the second half of the show, Lee interviews Netfa Freeman of the Black Alliance for Peace. The Black Alliance for Peace have put together a list of demands for all of the candidates running for office. The list includes cutting the US military budget by 50 percent, opposing the militarization of the police, and closing military bases. Netfa believes that the US needs to start complying with the international standards of human rights.

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