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"To territory by force economic coercion technical exploitation or disinformation. But we're not seeking say again. We are not seeking the new cold war or world divided in the rigid blocks. So david could you respond to what biden said and also the fact that he seems now to be fulfilling the promise or initiative that obama had a suggested twelve years ago. Which is this idea of a us. Foreign policy pivoting to asia. In a way. I'm a bit tired of biden's words so he said some nice words that the un about diplomacy about humanitarian aid about not wanting a new cold war with china but his actions are very different. And for those of us like myself who supported his withdrawal from. Afghanistan is absolutely the right thing to do and the withdrawal was long overdue. He's turning his back on diplomacy with this announcement. This is far more significant than you know any words. He uttered the un about diplomacy and not wanting new cold war. That is what this represents. He is aligning these three powers against china. And i think we have to again. Ask how we're chinese leaders. How do we expect chinese leaders to respond china. This really risks setting off a increased arms race and we shouldn't be surprised if china looks to line up an alliance of its own again Resembling the cold war and in so many ways this is really cold. War era thinking and in many ways nineteenth century thinking and i i really hope and think biden administration can be much better than that. We are in no position to be building to be spending any time any energy building military alliances at this moment when we have such graves security threats facing us from global warming global pandemics to hunger to inequality global poverty. Those are the kinds of alliances. We should be building and those are the kinds of alliances that the united states can building. I think really we. We have a choice now. We have a choice whether we want to firmly and finally turn our backs on war or more engaged diplomacy and a different kind of alliance-building focused on on the real security threats facing us or whether we want firmly and finally commit to new cold war with china that could be catastrophically damaging to the world. I mean it could make the catastrophe in the last twenty years of war where biased mid four point. Five million people died in the. Us led wars where we spent eight trillion dollars train with a t on war. This new cold war will strip even more fines from the the needs. They're actually facing us and plough more money into the military. Industrial congressional complex. This is the choice. Where facing so david vine e you have this amazing map in your new piece for the quincy institute highlighting every country where the us hasn't overseas military base around eight hundred us spaces including eighty in south korea. One hundred nineteen in japan. Take us on a tour in this last minute. We have and also talk about africa. Sure but by our estimate now about seven hundred fifty. Us military bases abroad in eighty countries and colonies. Seven hundred and fifty. This is more than any other country in the world and in fact it's probably three times. The number of all the other countries in the world combined probably the largest collection of foreign military bases in world history and as you mentioned there seven bases in australia. In total in the asia pacific region the united states easily has a almost three hundred foreign military bases surrounding china already and now calling for an increased build. There's been a growing collection of us military bases in africa as you mentioned Since around the early days after the attacks of nine eleven and it's a collection of basis that touches every continent except except and article. There is no reason to be building new military bases in australia or any part of the world biden administration needs to move in the other direction and it was moving in that direction. By closing bases and withdrawing troops from afghanistan. It should be building on that by closing more bases that are undermining us and global security. But it's not and again. We face a choice between a path toward a permanent cold war racing endless war or diplomacy and peace building. We have to leave it. There david vine author of the united states of war. I mean he goodman with nermeen shea stay..

china biden biden administration un united states david vine quincy institute Afghanistan asia obama david africa south korea japan asia pacific australia afghanistan goodman nermeen shea
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05:07 min | 11 months ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"To territory by force economic coercion technical exploitation or disinformation. But we're not seeking say again. We are not seeking the new cold war or world divided in the rigid blocks. So david could you respond to what biden said and also the fact that he seems now to be fulfilling the promise or initiative that obama had a suggested twelve years ago. Which is this idea of a us. Foreign policy pivoting to asia. In a way. I'm a bit tired of biden's words so he said some nice words that the un about diplomacy about humanitarian aid about not wanting a new cold war with china but his actions are very different. And for those of us like myself who supported his withdrawal from. Afghanistan is absolutely the right thing to do and the withdrawal was long overdue. He's turning his back on diplomacy with this announcement. This is far more significant than you know any words. He uttered the un about diplomacy and not wanting new cold war. That is what this represents. He is aligning these three powers against china. And i think we have to again. Ask how chinese leaders. How do we expect chinese leaders to respond china. This really risks setting off a increased arms race and we shouldn't be surprised if china looks to line up alliance of its own again Resembling the cold war and in so many ways this is really cold. War era thinking and in many ways nineteenth century thinking and i i really hope and think biden administration can be much better than that. We are in no position to be building to be spending any time any energy building military alliances at this moment when we have such graves security threats facing us from global warming global pandemics to hunger to inequality global poverty. Those are the kinds of alliances. We should be building and those are the kinds of alliances that the united states can building. I think really we. We have a choice now. We have a choice whether we want to firmly and finally turn our backs on war or more engaged diplomacy and a different kind of alliance-building focused on on the real security threats facing us or whether we want firmly and finally commit to new cold war with china that could be catastrophically damaging to the world. I mean it could make the catastrophe in the last twenty years of war where biased mid four point. Five million people died in the us led wars where we spent eight trillion dollars train with a t on war. This new cold war will strip even more fines from the the needs. They're actually facing us and plough more money into the military. Industrial congressional complex. This is the choice. Where facing so david vine e you have this amazing map in your new piece for the quincy institute highlighting every country where the us hasn't overseas military base around eight hundred us spaces including eighty in south korea. One hundred nineteen in japan. Take us on a tour in this last minute. We have and also talk about africa. Sure but by our estimate now about seven hundred fifty. Us military bases abroad in eighty countries and colonies. Seven hundred and fifty. This is more than any other country in the world and in fact it's probably three times. The number of all the other countries in the world combined probably the largest collection of foreign military bases in world history and as you mentioned there seven bases in australia. In total in the asia pacific region the united states easily has a almost three hundred foreign military bases surrounding china already and now calling for an increased build. There's been a growing collection of us military bases in africa as you mentioned Since around the early days after the attacks of nine eleven and it's a collection of basis that touches every continent except except and article. There is no reason to be building new military bases in australia or any part of the world biden administration needs to move in the other direction and it was moving in that direction by closing bases and withdrawing troops from afghanistan. It's should be building on that by closing more bases that are undermining us and global security. But it's not and again. We face a choice between a path toward a permanent cold war racing endless war or diplomacy and peace building. We have to leave it. There david vine author of the united states of war. I mean he goodman with nermeen shea stay..

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"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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05:07 min | 11 months ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"To territory by force economic coercion technical exploitation or disinformation. But we're not seeking say again. We are not seeking the new cold war or world divided in the rigid blocks. So david could you respond to what biden said and also the fact that he seems now to be fulfilling the promise or initiative that obama had a suggested twelve years ago. Which is this idea of a us. Foreign policy pivoting to asia. In a way. I'm a bit tired of biden's words so he said some nice words that the un about diplomacy about humanitarian aid about not wanting a new cold war with china but his actions are very different. And for those of us like myself who supported his withdrawal from. Afghanistan is absolutely the right thing to do and the withdrawal was long overdue. He's turning his back on diplomacy with this announcement. This is far more significant than you know any words. He uttered the un about diplomacy and not wanting new cold war. That is what this represents. He is aligning these three powers against china. And i think we have to again. Ask how we're chinese leaders. How do we expect chinese leaders to respond china. This really risks setting off a increased arms race and we shouldn't be surprised if china looks to line up an alliance of its own again Resembling the cold war and in so many ways this is really cold. War era thinking and in many ways nineteenth century thinking and i i really hope and think biden administration can be much better than that. We are in no position to be building to be spending any time any energy building military alliances at this moment when we have such graves security threats facing us from global warming global pandemics to hunger to inequality global poverty. Those are the kinds of alliances. We should be building and those are the kinds of alliances that the united states can building. I think really we. We have a choice now. We have a choice whether we want firmly and finally turn our backs on war or more engaged diplomacy and a different kind of alliance-building focused on on the real security threats facing us or whether we want firmly and finally commit to new cold war with china that could be catastrophically damaging to the world. I mean it could make the catastrophe in the last twenty years of war where biased mid four point. Five million people died in the us led wars where we spent eight trillion dollars train with a t on war. This new cold war will strip even more fines from the the needs. They're actually facing us and plough more money into the military. Industrial congressional complex. This is the choice. Where facing so david vine e you have this amazing map in your new piece for the quincy institute highlighting every country where the us hasn't overseas military base around eight hundred us spaces including eighty in south korea. One hundred nineteen in japan. Take us on a tour in this last minute. We have and also talk about africa. Sure but by our estimate there now about seven hundred fifty. Us military bases abroad in eighty countries and colonies. Seven hundred and fifty. This is more than any other country in the world and in fact it's probably three times. The number of all the other countries in the world combined probably the largest collection of foreign military bases in world history and as you mentioned there seven bases in australia. In total in the asia pacific region the united states easily has a almost three hundred foreign military bases surrounding china already and now calling for an increased. build up there's been a growing collection of us military bases in africa as you mentioned Since around the early days after the attacks of nine eleven and it's a collection of basis that touches every continent except except and article. There is no reason to be building new military bases in australia or any part of the world biden administration needs to move in the other direction and it was moving in that direction. By closing bases and withdrawing troops from afghanistan. It should be building on that by closing more bases that are undermining us and global security. But it's not and again. We face a choice between a path toward a permanent cold war racing endless war or diplomacy and peace building. We have to leave it. There david vine author of the united states of war. I mean he goodman with nermeen shea stay..

china biden biden administration un united states david vine quincy institute Afghanistan asia obama david africa south korea japan asia pacific australia afghanistan goodman nermeen shea
"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

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05:07 min | 11 months ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"To territory by force economic coercion technical exploitation or disinformation. But we're not seeking say again. We are not seeking the new cold war or world divided in the rigid blocks. So david could you respond to what biden said and also the fact that he seems now to be fulfilling the promise or initiative that obama had a suggested twelve years ago. Which is this idea of a us. Foreign policy pivoting to asia. In a way. I'm a bit tired of biden's words so he said some nice words that the un about diplomacy about humanitarian aid about not wanting a new cold war with china but his actions are very different. And for those of us like myself who supported his withdrawal from. Afghanistan is absolutely the right thing to do and the withdrawal was long overdue. He's turning his back on diplomacy with this announcement. This is far more significant than you know any words. He uttered the un about diplomacy and not wanting new cold war. That is what this represents. He is aligning these three powers against china. And i think we have to again. Ask how we're chinese leaders. How do we expect chinese leaders to respond china. This really risks setting off a increased arms race and we shouldn't be surprised if china looks to line up an alliance of its own again Resembling the cold war and in so many ways this is really cold. War era thinking and in many ways nineteenth century thinking and i i really hope and think biden administration can be much better than that. We are in no position to be building to be spending any time any energy building military alliances at this moment when we have such graves security threats facing us from global warming global pandemics to hunger to inequality global poverty. Those are the kinds of alliances. We should be building and those are the kinds of alliances that the united states can building. I think really we. We have a choice now. We have a choice whether we want firmly and finally turn our backs on war or more engaged diplomacy and a different kind of alliance-building focused on on the real security threats facing us or whether we want firmly and finally commit to new cold war with china that could be catastrophically damaging to the world. I mean it could make the catastrophe in the last twenty years of war where biased mid four point. Five million people died in the us led wars where we spent eight trillion dollars train with a t on war. This new cold war will strip even more fines from the the needs. They're actually facing us and plough more money into the military. Industrial congressional complex. This is the choice. Where facing so david vine e you have this amazing cap in your new piece for the quincy institute highlighting every country where the us hasn't overseas military base around eight hundred us spaces including eighty in south korea. One hundred nineteen in japan. Take us on a tour in this last minute. We have and also talk about africa. Sure but by our estimate there now about seven hundred fifty. Us military bases abroad in eighty countries and colonies. Seven hundred and fifty. This is more than any other country in the world and in fact it's probably three times. The number of all the other countries in the world combined probably the largest collection of foreign military bases in world history and as you mentioned there seven bases in australia. In total in the asia pacific region the united states easily has a almost three hundred foreign military bases surrounding china already and now calling for an increased build. There's been a growing collection of us military bases in africa as you mentioned Since around the early days after the attacks of nine eleven and it's a collection of basis that touches every continent except except and article. There is no reason to be building new military bases in australia or any part of the world biden administration needs to move in the other direction and it was moving in that direction. By closing bases and withdrawing troops from afghanistan. It should be building on that by closing more bases that are undermining us and global security. But it's not and again. We face a choice between a path toward a permanent cold war racing endless war or diplomacy and peace building. We have to leave it. There david vine author of the united states of war. I mean he goodman with nermeen shea stay..

china biden biden administration un united states david vine quincy institute Afghanistan asia obama david africa south korea japan asia pacific australia afghanistan goodman nermeen shea
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05:07 min | 11 months ago

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"To territory by force economic coercion technical exploitation or disinformation. But we're not seeking say again. We are not seeking the new cold war or world divided in the rigid blocks. So david could you respond to what biden said and also the fact that he seems now to be fulfilling the promise or initiative that obama had a suggested twelve years ago. Which is this idea of a us. Foreign policy pivoting to asia. In a way. I'm a bit tired of biden's words so he said some nice words that the un about diplomacy about humanitarian aid about not wanting a new cold war with china but his actions are very different. And for those of us like myself who supported his withdrawal from. Afghanistan is absolutely the right thing to do and the withdrawal was long overdue. He's turning his back on diplomacy with this announcement. This is far more significant than you know any words. He uttered the un about diplomacy and not wanting new cold war. That is what this represents. He is aligning these three powers against china. And i think we have to again. Ask how chinese leaders. How do we expect chinese leaders to respond china. This really risks setting off a increased arms race and we shouldn't be surprised if china looks to line up an alliance of its own again Resembling the cold war and in so many ways this is really cold. War era thinking and in many ways nineteenth century thinking and i i really hope and think biden administration can be much better than that. We are in no position to be building to be spending any time any energy building military alliances at this moment when we have such graves security threats facing us from global warming global pandemics to hunger to inequality global poverty. Those are the kinds of alliances. We should be building and those are the kinds of alliances that the united states can building. I think really we. We have a choice now. We have a choice whether we want firmly and finally turn our backs on war or more engaged diplomacy and a different kind of alliance-building focused on on the real security threats facing us or whether we want firmly and finally commit to new cold war with china that could be catastrophically damaging to the world. I mean it could make the catastrophe in the last twenty years of war where biased mid four point. Five million people died in the us led wars where we spent eight trillion dollars train with a t on war. This new cold war will strip even more fines from the the needs. They're actually facing us and plough more money into the military. Industrial congressional complex. This is the choice. Where facing so david. Vine you have this amazing map in your new piece for the quincy institute highlighting every country. Where the us hasn't overseas military base around eight hundred us spaces including eighty in south korea. One hundred nineteen in japan. Take us on a tour in this last minute. We have and also talk about africa. Sure but by our estimate there now about seven hundred fifty. Us military bases abroad in eighty countries and colonies. Seven hundred and fifty. This is more than any other country in the world and in fact it's probably three times. The number of all the other countries in the world combined probably the largest collection of foreign military bases in world history and as you mentioned there seven bases in australia. In total in the asia pacific region the united states easily has a almost three hundred foreign military bases surrounding china already and now calling for an increased build. There's been a growing collection of us military bases in africa as you mentioned Since around the early days after the attacks of nine eleven and it's a collection of basis that touches every continent except except an article. There is no reason to be building new military bases in australia or any part of the world biden administration needs to move in the other direction and it was moving in that direction. By closing bases and withdrawing troops from afghanistan. It should be building on that by closing more bases that are undermining us and global security. But it's not and again. We face a choice between a path toward permanent cold war racing endless war or diplomacy and peace building. We have to leave it. There david vine author of the united states of war. I mean he goodman with nermeen shea stadium..

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05:07 min | 11 months ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"To territory by force economic coercion technical exploitation or disinformation. But we're not seeking say again. We are not seeking the new cold war or world divided in the rigid blocks. So david could you respond to what biden said and also the fact that he seems now to be fulfilling the promise or initiative that obama had a suggested twelve years ago. Which is this idea of a us. Foreign policy pivoting to asia. In a way. I'm a bit tired of biden's words so he said some nice words that the un about diplomacy about humanitarian aid about not wanting a new cold war with china but his actions are very different. And for those of us like myself who supported his withdrawal from. Afghanistan is absolutely the right thing to do and the withdrawal was long overdue. He's turning his back on diplomacy with this announcement. This is far more significant than you know any words. He uttered the un about diplomacy and not wanting new cold war. That is what this represents. He is aligning these three powers against china. And i think we have to again. Ask how we're chinese leaders. How do we expect chinese leaders to respond china. This really risks setting off a increased arms race and we shouldn't be surprised if china looks to line up an alliance of its own again Resembling the cold war and in so many ways this is really cold. War era thinking and in many ways nineteenth century thinking and i i really hope and think biden administration can be much better than that. We are in no position to be building to be spending any time any energy building military alliances at this moment when we have such graves security threats facing us from global warming global pandemics to hunger to inequality global poverty. Those are the kinds of alliances. We should be building and those are the kinds of alliances that the united states can building really we. We have a choice now. We have a choice whether we want to firmly and finally turn our backs on war or more engaged diplomacy and a different kind of alliance-building focused on on the real security threats facing us or whether we want firmly and finally commit to new cold war with china that could be catastrophically damaging to the world. I mean it could make the catastrophe in the last twenty years of war where biased mid four point. Five million people died in the us led wars where we spent eight trillion dollars train with a t on war. This new cold war will strip even more fines from the the needs. They're actually facing us and plough more money into the military. Industrial congressional complex. This is the choice. Where facing so david vine e you have this amazing map in your new piece for the quincy institute highlighting every country where the us hasn't overseas military base around eight hundred us spaces including eighty in south korea. One hundred nineteen in japan. Take us on a tour in this last minute. We have and also talk about africa. Sure but by our estimate now about seven hundred fifty. Us military bases abroad in eighty countries and colonies. Seven hundred and fifty. This is more than any other country in the world and in fact it's probably three times. The number of all the other countries in the world combined probably the largest collection of foreign military bases in world history and as you mentioned there seven bases in australia. In total in the asia pacific region the united states easily has a almost three hundred foreign military bases surrounding china already and now calling for an increased. build up there's been a growing collection of us military bases in africa as you mentioned Since around the early days after the attacks of nine eleven and it's a collection of basis that touches every continent except except and article. There is no reason to be building new military bases in australia or any part of the world biden administration needs to move in the other direction and it was moving in that direction. By closing bases and withdrawing troops from afghanistan. It should be building on that by closing more bases that are undermining us and global security. But it's not and again. We face a choice between a path toward a permanent cold war recent war or diplomacy and peace building. We have to leave it. There david vine author of the united states of war. I mean he goodman with nermeen shea stadium..

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05:07 min | 11 months ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"To territory by force economic coercion technical exploitation or disinformation. But we're not seeking say again. We are not seeking the new cold war or world divided in the rigid blocks. So david could you respond to what biden said and also the fact that he seems now to be fulfilling the promise or initiative that obama had a suggested twelve years ago. Which is this idea of a us. Foreign policy pivoting to asia. In a way. I'm a bit tired of biden's words so he said some nice words that the un about diplomacy about humanitarian aid about not wanting a new cold war with china but his actions are very different. And for those of us like myself who supported his withdrawal from. Afghanistan is absolutely the right thing to do and the withdrawal was long overdue. He's turning his back on diplomacy with this announcement. This is far more significant than you know any words. He uttered the un about diplomacy and not wanting new cold war. That is what this represents. He is aligning these three powers against china. And i think we have to again. Ask how chinese leaders. How do we expect chinese leaders to respond china. This really risks setting off a increased arms race and we shouldn't be surprised if china looks to line up an alliance of its own again Resembling the cold war and in so many ways this is really cold. War era thinking and in many ways nineteenth century thinking and i i really hope and think biden administration can be much better than that. We are in no position to be building to be spending any time any energy building military alliances at this moment when we have such graves security threats facing us from global warming global pandemics to hunger to inequality global poverty. Those are the kinds of alliances. We should be building and those are the kinds of alliances that the united states can building. I think really we. We have a choice now. We have a choice whether we want to firmly and finally turn our backs on war or more engaged diplomacy and a different kind of alliance-building focused on on the real security threats facing us or whether we want firmly and finally commit to new cold war with china that could be catastrophically damaging to the world. I mean it could make the catastrophe in the last twenty years of war where biased mid four point. Five million people died in the us led wars where we spent eight trillion dollars train with a t on war. This new cold war will strip even more fines from the the needs. They're actually facing us and plough more money into the military. Industrial congressional complex. This is the choice. Where facing so david vine e you have this amazing cap in your new piece for the quincy institute highlighting every country where the us hasn't overseas military base around eight hundred us spaces including eighty in south korea. One hundred nineteen in japan. Take us on a tour in this last minute. We have and also talk about africa. Sure but by our estimate now about seven hundred fifty. Us military bases abroad in eighty countries and colonies. Seven hundred and fifty. This is more than any other country in the world and in fact it's probably three times. The number of all the other countries in the world combined probably the largest collection of foreign military bases in world history and as you mentioned there seven bases in australia. In total in the asia pacific region the united states easily has a almost three hundred foreign military bases surrounding china already and now calling for an increased. build up there's been a growing collection of us military bases in africa as you mentioned Since around the early days after the attacks of nine eleven and it's a collection of basis that touches every continent except except and article. There is no reason to be building new military bases in australia or any part of the world biden administration needs to move in the other direction and it was moving in that direction. By closing bases and withdrawing troops from afghanistan. It should be building on that by closing more bases that are undermining us and global security. But it's not and again. We face a choice between a path toward a permanent cold war racing endless war or diplomacy and peace building. We have to leave it. There david vine author of the united states of war. I mean he goodman with nermeen shea stay..

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02:46 min | 1 year ago

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"Blame me by. Charlie parker the great grammy-winning jazz historian and radio. Dj phil shop. Who hosted the show bird flight about charlie parker for some forty years. Bill phil schaap. Died tuesday at the age of seventy. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I may need goodman with nermeen shea. We're both in new york. Kinder mean i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well this week marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center here in new york city and the pentagon in washington dc. We begin today's show with a comprehensive five part documentary series on net flex that examines the attacks as well as the response from the united states. Both at home and abroad the film was released just after the taliban seized power in afghanistan and it features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks. Us officials former cia members and veterans as well as soldiers and the afghanistan national army taliban commanders afghan officials warlords and civilians. This is the trailer for turning point. Nine eleven and the war on terror. It was a.

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02:45 min | 1 year ago

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"Blame me by. Charlie parker the great grammy-winning jazz historian and radio. Dj phil shop. Who hosted the show bird flight about charlie parker for some forty years. Bill phil schaap. Died tuesday at the age of seventy. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I may need goodman with nermeen shea. We're both in new york. Kinder mean i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well this week marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center here in new york city and the pentagon in washington dc. We begin today's show with a comprehensive five part documentary series on net flex that examines the attacks as well as the response from the united states. Both at home and abroad the film was released just after the taliban seized power in afghanistan and it features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks. Us officials former cia members and veterans as well as soldiers and the afghanistan national army taliban commanders afghan officials warlords and civilians. This is the trailer for turning point. Nine eleven and the war on terror. Beautiful.

charlie parker phil shop Bill phil schaap nermeen shea Kinder goodman warren amy pentagon washington dc new york new york city taliban afghanistan national army Us afghanistan cia
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02:45 min | 1 year ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Blame me by. Charlie parker the great grammy-winning jazz historian and radio. Ej phil shop. Who hosted the show bird flight about charlie parker for some forty years. Bill phil schaap. Died tuesday at the age of seventy. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I may need goodman with nermeen shea. We're both in new york. Kinder mean i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well this week marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center here in new york city and the pentagon in washington dc. We begin today's show with a comprehensive five part documentary series on net flex that examines the attacks as well as the response from the united states. Both at home and abroad the film was released just after the taliban seized power in afghanistan and it features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks. Us officials former cia members and veterans as well as soldiers and the afghanistan national army taliban commanders afghan officials warlords and civilians. This is the trailer for turning point. Nine eleven and the war on terror. It was beautiful.

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"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Blame me by. Charlie parker the great grammy-winning jazz historian and radio. Dj phil shop. Who hosted the show bird flight about charlie parker for some forty years. Bill phil schaap. Died tuesday at the age of seventy. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I may need goodman with nermeen shea. We're both in new york. Kinder mean i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well this week marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center here in new york city and the pentagon in washington dc. We begin today's show with a comprehensive five part documentary series on net flex that examines the attacks as well as the response from the united states. Both at home and abroad the film was released just after the taliban seized power in afghanistan and it features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks. Us officials former cia members and veterans as well as soldiers and the afghanistan national army taliban commanders afghan officials warlords and civilians. This is the trailer for turning point. Nine eleven and the war on terror. It was a beautiful.

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"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Blame me by. Charlie parker the great grammy-winning jazz historian and radio. Dj phil shop. Who hosted the show bird flight about charlie parker for some forty years. Bill phil schaap. Died tuesday at the age of seventy. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I may need goodman with nermeen shea. We're both in new york. Kinder mean i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well this week marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center here in new york city and the pentagon in washington dc. We begin today's show with a comprehensive five part documentary series on net flex that examines the attacks as well as the response from the united states. Both at home and abroad the film was released just after the taliban seized power in afghanistan and it features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks. Us officials former cia members and veterans as well as soldiers and the afghanistan national army taliban commanders afghan officials warlords and civilians. This is the trailer for turning point. Nine eleven and the war on terror. It was a beautiful.

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"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Blame me by. Charlie parker the great grammy-winning jazz historian and radio. Dj phil shop. Who hosted the show bird flight about charlie parker for some forty years. Bill phil schaap. Died tuesday at the age of seventy. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I may need goodman with nermeen shea. We're both in new york. Kinder mean i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well this week marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center here in new york city and the pentagon in washington dc. We begin today's show with a comprehensive five part documentary series on net flex that examines the attacks as well as the response from the united states. Both at home and abroad the film was released just after the taliban seized power in afghanistan and it features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks. Us officials former cia members and veterans as well as soldiers and the afghanistan national army taliban commanders afghan officials warlords and civilians. This is the trailer for turning point. Nine eleven and the war on terror. It was a beautiful.

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"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Blame me by. Charlie parker the great grammy-winning jazz historian and radio. Dj phil shop. Who hosted the show bird flight about charlie parker for some forty years. Bill phil schaap. Died tuesday at the age of seventy. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I may need goodman with nermeen shea. We're both in new york. Kinder mean i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well this week marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center here in new york city and the pentagon in washington dc. We begin today's show with a comprehensive five part documentary series on net flex that examines the attacks as well as the response from the united states. Both at home and abroad the film was released just after the taliban seized power in afghanistan and it features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks. Us officials former cia members and veterans as well as soldiers and the afghanistan national army taliban commanders afghan officials warlords and civilians. This is the trailer for turning point. Nine eleven and the war on terror. Beautiful.

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"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Blame me by. Charlie parker the great grammy-winning jazz historian and radio. Dj phil shop. Who hosted the show bird flight about charlie parker for some forty years. Bill phil schaap. Died tuesday at the age of seventy. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I may need goodman with nermeen shea. We're both in new york. Kinder mean i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well this week marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center here in new york city and the pentagon in washington dc. We begin today's show with a comprehensive five part documentary series on net flex that examines the attacks as well as the response from the united states. Both at home and abroad the film was released just after the taliban seized power in afghanistan and it features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks. Us officials former cia members and veterans as well as soldiers and the afghanistan national army taliban commanders afghan officials warlords and civilians. This is the trailer for turning point. Nine eleven and the war on terror. It was a beautiful.

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"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Blame me by. Charlie parker the great grammy-winning jazz historian and radio. Dj phil shop. Who hosted the show bird flight about charlie parker for some forty years. Bill phil schaap. Died tuesday at the age of seventy. This is democracy now democracy now dot org the warren peace report. I may need goodman with nermeen shea. We're both in new york. Kinder mean i amy and welcome to our listeners and viewers across the country and around the world well this week marks the twentieth anniversary of the nine eleven attacks on the world trade center here in new york city and the pentagon in washington dc. We begin today's show with a comprehensive five part documentary series on net flex that examines the attacks as well as the response from the united states. Both at home and abroad the film was released just after the taliban seized power in afghanistan and it features a wide range of interviews with survivors of the attacks. Us officials former cia members and veterans as well as soldiers and the afghanistan national army taliban commanders afghan officials warlords and civilians. This is the trailer for turning point. Nine eleven and the war on terror. It was a beautiful.

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"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"nermeen shea" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"Don't shoot guns down by salt here on democracy now democracy now dot org the quarantine report. I'm amy goodman democracy. Now co-hosts nermeen shea. Hi nermeen hi. Amy and welcome. Listen viewers around the country and around the world. Well gun control. Advocates are pushing lawmakers to do more to stop a surge in gun violence a recent study by everytown for gun safety found gun. Violence took over nineteen thousand lives in the united states last year. A twenty five percent increase from two thousand nineteen gun. Sales are also soaring to record levels despite this republican lawmakers are pushing measures to loosen gun control regulations in texas governor. Greg abbott is expected to soon sign recently passed bill which would allow texans to carry handguns openly in public without a permit it also allows people without felony criminal conviction to carry a handgun without a background check. Abbott has praised. The bill is the quote set the strongest second amendment legislation in texas history. Well today we're going to take a deep look at the second amendment and it's racist routes. We're joined by. Carol anderson book the second race in guns and fatally unequal america professor anderson details had the second amendment was written to empower local militia groups to put down. Slave revolts and protect plantation owners. She writes the second. Amendment is quote rooted in fear of black people to deny them their rights to keep them from tasting liberty. Carol anderson joins us from atlanta where she's professor at at emory university. She's also the author of one person. No vote how voter suppression is destroying our democracy and white rage the unspoken truth of our racial divide professor anderson. It's great to have you back on democracy now. Congratulations on the publication of your book. And one morning no soundbites so. This book is really an epic work. It is a retelling a reframing of amendment that we have rarely her talked about in this way. Can you go back in time to the founding fathers as they say and talk about where the second amendment came from. Teach thank you. This emerged out of the fear of black people from slavery that there was this massive fear about the slave revolts. Black people demanding their freedom being willing to have an uprising to gain their freedom. And what that meant then was that you had the this language of. We've got to keep this for rochas monster in chains and and you saw with each revolt with each uprising. A series of statutes being put in place to say that african american that that the enslaved that black people could not own not have access to weapons and you also saw the rise and the structure of slave patrols and malicious that were there in designed to contain that black population as the the nation began to develop as you had this war of independence. There was this fear of arming black people. The fear that even free blacks who were armed would get would provide a a kind of sense of what freedom. Look like to the enslaved but the cities of war required that arming required having black folks in the continental army but as the nation developed after that war. One of the things that you had happening was with the constitution with the drafting of the constitution. Because the militias themselves had proven so untrustworthy unreliable as a as a force to fight against the british invasion. That james madison in drafting the constitution had language. In there that you would have federal control of the militias. Well when the constitution went up for ratification to the states. By the time. It got to virginia. The anti-federalist infrastructure were in uproar. Jaw pat george mason and patrick. Henry were thinking about this militia being under the control of the federal government. They were like we will be left. Defenceless we cannot trust the federal government. That has these folks from pennsylvania and he spoke folks from massachusetts to be willing to engage the militia win the slaves revolt. We cannot trust the the federal government to protect us we will be left defenceless and they began to demand a bill of rights that would would provide protection that that would curtail federal power and they began to demand as well a new constitutional convention that threat of what that meant sent james madison into the first congress determined to write a bill of rights. That with quayle that sit that would would short circuit that movement for a new constitutional convention. And we've already seen what. The power of the sow has met in terms of the constitution was being drafted itself. How the south said that. We will not sign on to become part of this united states of america. If we don't get the three fifths clause if we don't get twenty additional years on the atlantic slave trade if we don't get a fugitive slave clause and so the south had already wielded. Its power in terms of being willing to scuttle. The united states of america and madison believed strongly that this threat coming out of the anti-federalist in the south out of virginia would do the same thing and that becomes the the basis.

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