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29 Jan, 2022 15:07

The most censored stories of 2021, Ukrainian Nazis working with the US, Maine agricultural workers

Project Censored is an amazing venture that collects all of the most important stories from the last year that the corporate media chose not to tell us about. Lee Camp reports some of the highlights from this year, with stories about rising prescription drug prices killing the elderly, the strike wave that has shocked big business, the plight of the journalists who are exposing our ruling class, and more. Then Camp reports on the CIA’s admission that they have no proof for their Havana Syndrome conspiracy theory, and the unsurprising impacts of a Universal Basic Income pilot program in upstate New York.

Jaffer Khan exposes how the US has been training a militarized Ukrainian Nazi group, the Azov Battalion, since 2015. Members of the Azov Battalion have also been training white supremacist groups here in the US, including members of the Unite the Right coalition responsible for killing counter-protester Heather Heyer during one of their hate-rallies in Virginia. Finally, Anders Lee reports on how Maine’s governor recently vetoed a bill that would’ve protected agricultural workers from exploitative employers.

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