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2 Nov, 2019 06:53

FBI fighting anti-war & anti-racist activists, US journalist arrested, ISIS leader assassinated

The FBI is notorious for acting like it’s interested in national security while actually just protecting the status quo from those who oppose it. This week’s show takes a look at the current targets of the FBI, including anti-war and anti-racism activists who they are spending tax dollars to frame and harass. The US is also focusing energy on securing oil fields in Syria while expressing false concern for the region, USAID is using its resources to propagandize citizens of the US into believing our regime change propaganda in Venezuela, and Max Blumenthal was arrested in a move that seems to intimidate journalists.

Naomi Karavani reports on the details surrounding the assassination of al-Baghdadi. The leader of ISIS was killed by US troops this week in a story that Trump thought was his moment. However, his historic unpopularity really took the glory out of his announcement. Natalie McGill finishes the show by reporting on a trend across the country in which landlords are pushing invasive technologies onto their renters that allow them to be tracked and recorded.

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