Filmmaker Dan Cohen comes back on the show to discuss his latest project, “The Syria Deception,” a short documentary exposing the propaganda campaign in Hollywood and the media to rehabilitate Al-Qaeda in the eyes of the American public. Cohen and Scott discuss America’s role in instigating the war in Syria and how, more broadly, U.S. intervention triggers ever worse violence by inciting blowback from Middle Eastern civilians bent on vengeance.
Discussed on the show:
- Killing Gaza
- Grayzone Project
- The Syria Deception: Al-Qaeda Goes to Hollywood
- Bana al-Abed
- Northern Storm Brigade
- Tulsi Gabbard
- Ahmed Chalabi
- Manchester Arena bombing
- ‘America can easily be moved’
- White Helmets
- “Right Said Fred perform anti-Assad version of ‘I’m too sexy’” (Independent)
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