Biden Announces Miami Visit as Hope Fades for Trapped Condo Residents
Delta Variation Spreads as Vaccine Adoption Slows Down Israel Owes Reparations to the Palestinians – Author; Big tech is swarming the swamp amid regulatory pressures
In this episode of By Any Means Necessary, Sean Blackmon will be hosted by Dr. Margaret flowers, Co-Founder of Popular Resistance and Director of the Health Over Profit for Everyone Campaign to discuss steps being taken around the world to prevent the spread of the highly contagious Covid-19 Delta variant, such as US sanctions the sale of Blocking vaccines in economically besieged countries eases the spread of the virus and the lack of daylight between how the Trump and Biden administrations deal with the pandemic.
Sean joins in the second segment Jane Hirschmann, a writer, psychotherapist, and long-standing organization for justice, a co-chair of the Freedom2Boycott NYS Coalition, and co-founder of Jewish Say No !, shared about her recent article, “Germany Gave My Family Reparations. Palestinians Deserve The Same From Israel, ”the ongoing Israeli demolition of Palestinian homes and businesses in the occupied East Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan, and US President Joe Biden’s reception at the White House is expected to take place for upcoming Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett.
Sean joins in the third segment Chris Garaffa, Editor of Tech for the People, for another edition of our new weekly segment “Tech For The People”. They discuss the influence of big tech vendors flooding DC lawmakers amid the push to regulate the industry, the new gadgets law enforcement agencies across the country are using to crack iPhones, and a US Supreme Court ruling that The Computer Fraud and Abuse Act limits the ability to be used in the prosecution of whistleblowers.
Later on on the show, Sean gets from Eleanor Goldfield, a creative activist, journalist, and co-host of the Common Censored Podcast with Lee Camp to discuss US President Joe Biden’s announcement to visit the site of the fatal condo collapse in Miami that killed 10 and 150 residents were still alive, disregarding the retaliatory attacks by popular militias in Iraq and Syria following the air strikes by the US military on these countries and a new opinion poll by Axios, which shows that Americans are increasingly dissatisfied with capitalism and a growing number with socialism rated positive.
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