Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
TheAngryindian speaks on the ethical issues surrounding international personal privacy and raises the contradictions in the current political debate concerning the history of COINTELPRO and the Church and Pike Committees which exposed widespread abuses within US intelligence. The second part of this dispatch contains a brief interview with The Stimulator (submedia.tv / @stimulator) about his experience and observations as an independent reporter during the violent, Elsipogtog Nation Crisis. He was present during a peaceful demonstration against fracking when the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) encountered resistance from members of the Mi'kmaq Warrior Society intent on protecting their Indigenous territorial, civil and basic human rights in New Brunswick, Occupied Canada.
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Recorded in Occupied North America.
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