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Debating “Saudi War on Yemen” with pro-Saudi Jihad Mouracadeh

Press TV In this edition of The Debate, Press TV has talked to its Sana’a-based correspondent, Mohammed al-Attab and interviewed Kevin Barrett, an author and political commentator from Madison, and Jihad Mouracadeh, a Middle East expert from Beirut, to discuss the forgotten war in Yemen following the fresh airstrike conducted by the Saudi-led coalition on a wedding ceremony that has killed over 30 people.

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Air Strikes over Syria: Press TV interviews Kevin Barrett, Mike Harris, Catherine Shakdam, Ken O’Keefe

What was the point of bombing Damascus? The Empire was sending a message: “We can bomb anyone, anywhere, any time, on the flimsiest pretext, ginned up by the most ridiculous lies about the most obvious, poorly-conceived-and-orchestrated false flags you could even imagine. We are bullies, and we can grab your hand and punch ourselves with it and use that as an excuse to unload on you. Nobody can stop us. We have total impunity for everything, and we don’t have to follow anybody’s rules, not even our own. Especially not our own! So bow down and worship us!”   –Kevin…

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Why was Martin Luther King murdered? Ron Paul and Kevin Barrett agree: the Deep State did it

Martin Luther King Jr. was killed by the US Deep State because he had planned to lead half a million people to a permanent occupation of Washington, D.C. and demand an end to funding to the American military empire, according to Kevin Barrett, an American academic and political analyst. [See complete interview with William Pepper, the King family attorney] Dr. Barrett, a founding member of the Scientific Panel for the Investigation of 9/11, made the remarks in an interview with Press TV on Tuesday while commenting on a statement by US congressman and presidential candidate Ron Paul, who said on Monday that the…

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Trump—bullying, racist, obnoxious—is THE “Ugly American”

Press TV Nigeria has summoned the U-S ambassador over profane language used by President Donald Trump against African immigrants. The Nigerian foreign ministry says the American envoy is expected to explain Trump’s use of a racist slur to describe African immigrants to the U-S. Trump’s recent graphic description of African nations, Haiti and El Salvador has stirred outcry inside and outside the U-S. The U-N, the African Union and several U-S politicians as well as rights groups condemned Trump’s innuendo which was made during a meeting with lawmakers at the White House. The U-S president has denied the derogatory remark…

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