$21,000 per bed: State hospital workers arrested in Peru for charging desperate Covid patients to access ICU

Nine people have been arrested in Lima for having allegedly illegally profited from patients suffering from the deadly coronavirus. The state hospital workers are suspected of selling access to intensive care unit (ICU) beds. … Read More >$21,000 per bed: State hospital workers arrested in Peru for charging desperate Covid patients to access ICU

Rare earth minerals: The real reason the US is threatening China with war (full show)

You want to know the real reason why the United States is going after China? Rick explores rare earth minerals–the raw material used to create almost all of our high-tech products. And guess where 90% of our planet’s rare earth minerals come from? You guessed it–China. … Read More >Rare earth minerals: The real reason the US is threatening China with war (full show)

Wikileaks Editor-In-Chief: Pegasus leaks show nobody is safe from espionage

In this episode of Going Underground, we speak to WikiLeaks Editor-in-Chief Kristinn Hrafnsson. He discusses the leaks that showed some 50,000 people are potential targets of the Pegasus spyware that has been sold to governments around the world by NSO, an Israeli company, and the inescapable global surveillance apparatus that has now become privatized. He also discusses Julian Assange’s US extradition case, slamming the ongoing detention of the WikiLeaks founder … Read More >Wikileaks Editor-In-Chief: Pegasus leaks show nobody is safe from espionage

Israeli billionaire embroiled in $360-million graft scandal thought to be country’s biggest ever – reports

An Israeli billionaire has reportedly implicated himself in a corruption scandal after filing court documents that allegedly show he’d paid $360 million in bribes to officials for mining rights in the Democratic Republic of Congo. … Read More >Israeli billionaire embroiled in $360-million graft scandal thought to be country’s biggest ever – reports

Division of light and power with Dennis Kucinich & the hamster wheel of Veteran Affairs

Former congressman and presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich discuss his current run for mayor of Cleveland and his lifelong fight against political corruption. Former president Donald Trump is making a run for the border. Congress is running on a hamster wheel when it comes to Veteran Affairs healthcare. … Read More >Division of light and power with Dennis Kucinich & the hamster wheel of Veteran Affairs

Former US special forces operative and son admit helping ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn to escape to Lebanon

Ex-special forces veteran Michael Taylor and his son Peter have admitted aiding the escape of the bailed former Nissan boss Carlos Ghosn from Japan so he would avoid prosecution for financial misconduct. … Read More >Former US special forces operative and son admit helping ex-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn to escape to Lebanon

Who is ‘the most evil family in America’ & who named them so? (Full show)

Rick Sanchez examines the tremendous human toll of the opioid crisis and the ways that the “most evil family in America” multiplied their billions and avoid paying restitution to the victims. Then Investigative journalist and “Boom Bust” co-host Ben Swann explores the details of how regulatory capture and corruption prevent justice for victims of the opioid crisis. … Read More >Who is ‘the most evil family in America’ & who named them so? (Full show)

How USAID created Nicaragua’s anti-Sandinista media apparatus, now under money laundering investigation

With tens of millions of dollars over years of work, CIA front USAID helped create and train Nicaragua’s anti-Sandinista opposition. At the center of its operations is the elite Chamorro Foundation, which stands accused of money laundering. … Read More >How USAID created Nicaragua’s anti-Sandinista media apparatus, now under money laundering investigation

Coronavirus corruption in Boris Johnson’s Britain & coronavirus catastrophe in Modi’s India

On this episode of Going Underground, we speak to Prof. Guy Standing. He discusses his new book, ‘The Corruption of Capitalism’, the shocking revelations made by Dominic Cummings about disastrous coronavirus pandemic mismanagement by the Boris Johnson government, arguable neglect and chronic corruption, the revolving door between big finance and politics in the UK … Read More >Coronavirus corruption in Boris Johnson’s Britain & coronavirus catastrophe in Modi’s India

Doctor among 4 arrested in Indonesia for stealing prisoners’ Covid-19 vaccines to sell on black market

Indonesian authorities have arrested four people charged with stealing Covid-19 vaccines that had been marked for prisoners. The shots were then being sold to buyers in Jakarta and Medan for $17. … Read More >Doctor among 4 arrested in Indonesia for stealing prisoners’ Covid-19 vaccines to sell on black market