The US hates Huawei, US funds Al-Qaeda, musicians protest Spotify

Lee Camp exposes the secret reason the US government is at war with Chinese tech company Huawei. Huawei is a worker-owned corporation and the US Empire cannot allow a good example to spread its influence unchallenged. Camp looks at some of the efforts the US’ ruling class has undertaken to tarnish their name. … Read More >The US hates Huawei, US funds Al-Qaeda, musicians protest Spotify

‘This is bigger than one account’: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey hints at future crackdowns in leaked VIDEO after Trump booted from site

Twitter chief Jack Dorsey has suggested plans for a far-reaching crackdown on his social media site in footage reportedly leaked by a company insider, implying the purge campaign would extend well beyond Joe Biden’s inauguration. … Read More >‘This is bigger than one account’: Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey hints at future crackdowns in leaked VIDEO after Trump booted from site

On Contact: America’s existential crisis

On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses with moral philosopher Dr. Cornel West what we can learn about America’s existential crisis after witnessing enraged supporters of Donald Trump storming the Capitol to try and halt Congress’s counting of the electoral votes to confirm the victory of President-elect Joe Biden. … Read More >On Contact: America’s existential crisis

Former editor of The Guardian Alan Rusbridger on the Julian Assange case, Capitol riots

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to the former editor-in-chief at The Guardian, Alan Rusbridger. He discusses his new book, ‘What to Believe in a Fake News World and How to Use It’, the age of ‘information chaos’ and the increased skepticism of mainstream media, Donald Trump’s use of distrust for the media to further his political ambitions, the Capitol riots … Read More >Former editor of The Guardian Alan Rusbridger on the Julian Assange case, Capitol riots