[43] Full Show - Doctors Without Borders, TPP Battle, Gun Crazy Culture

Bombing Doctors Without Borders, Battle to Stop TPP, Re-thinking the 2nd Amendment | Acronym TV [44]

Episode breakdown: 

Segment 1: The Obama Apology for U.S. Bombing of Doctors Without Borders Hospital – a ‘Noble Lie’?

President Obama has personally apologized to Doctors Without Borders

for the U.S. airstrike that struck its hospital in Kunduz, Afghanistan,

killing 12 staff members and 10 patients, including three children, on


The United States has altered the story of what happened at the Doctors Without Borders hospital at least 4 times.

In response, Doctors Without Borders repeated its demand for an

independent investigation into what it has called a possible war crime.

Segment 2- (04:56) Think Corporate Personhood is Bad? The TPP Will Give Us Corporate Nationhood 

An Interview with Kevin Zeese. Also interviewed for this segment: Congressman Alan Grayson. 

After years of secret talks, the United States and 11 other Nations announced

that they have reached agreement on the Trans-pacific partnership, or

The TPP. It’s been called NAFTA on steroids, and a Trojan horse to usher

in a global corporate coup because. If you think the concept of

corporate personhood is bad news, the TPP seeks to strengthen the legal

framework for corporate nationhood. 

Segment 3 –


How and Why Mass Killing Has Become Routine

Last week, in the aftermath of the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College

in Roseburg, Oregon, President Barack Obama walked a well-worn path to

the podium at the White House briefing room where he lead the country on

a collective déjà vu experience, saying: “Somehow this has become routine. The reporting is routine.  My response here at this podium ends up being routine. The conversation in the aftermath of it. We've become numb to this.”

Segment 4 – (22:04) 

US Bombs Doctors Without Borders Hospital; No End In Sight For War in Afghanistan

We are told, repeatedly, that all of this violence is to secure the peace, to protect our freedom.

Fill in your own version of the phrase “killing for peace” is like “verbing for noun”, here.