In diesem acTVism Munich Interview mit dem MIT-Professor, Anarchisten, Philosophen und renommierten Linguisten Noam Chomsky, sprechen wir über die drohenden Gefahren für die Menscheit und über mögliche verfügbare Mechanismen der Öffentlichkeit diese zu verhindern.
Welcome to acTVism Munich’s whistleblower compilation page. Here you will find our videos with former high-ranking officials & employees turned whistleblowers from various intelligence agencies and corporations, who when confronted with injustice and wrongdoing, had the courage to speak with the aim of informing the public.
Documents leaked by whistle-blower Edward Snowden show the United States was training spies to influence events in the Americas.
The CIA has sparked widespread criticism by marking the fifth anniversary of the U.S. killing of Osama bin Laden by live-tweeting the operation as if in real time
Saudi Arabia Threatens to Blackmail U.S. If Congress Passes 9/11 Bill (The following text appeared originially on Democracy Now!) “Saudi Arabia is threatening to sell off $750 billion in U.S. Treasury securities if Congress passes a law to allow the families of the victims of the September 11 attacks to sue the Saudi government for […]
In this video MIT professor, anarchist, political philosopher and renowned linguist, Noam Chomsky, discusses the impacts of German arms and weapons exports into Saudi Arabia and Israel.
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Glenn Greenwald recently appeared on Democracy Now! to discuss the current situation in Brazil, the terror attacks in Brussels and the presidential race. In the following Video, Greenwald speaks about the Brussel terrorist attacks and the reactions by the media and politicians
For the English article, visit the original source The Intercept
Our rage towards what transpired in Brussels today should not get the best of us. Reactions towards these horrendous terrorist attacks should undergo serious self-reflection and be measured accordingly. When one confronts such problems with revenge or anger, he or she becomes responsible for perpetuating the cycle of violence that eventually comes back to bite, almost reflexively.