Abby Martin

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Abby Martin

No Secret Too Sacred!


Empire Files: Abby Martin Exposes What Hillary Clinton Really Represents

With Tavis Smiley and Arun Gandhi


EPISODE BREAKDOWN: On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin speaks with television host Tavis Smiley, discussing his book ‘Death of a King: The Real Story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.s’ Final Year’ which explores aspects of Dr. King’s life that have been whitewashed and back-paged in US history books. Abby then highlights the need to reflect on the message of Mahatma Gandhi to apply non-violence in current world conflicts, and speaks with the grandson of Mahatma Gandhi, Arun Gandhi, about how his book ‘Legacy of Love’ which outlines the most important lessons learned from his grandfather’s mission of peace.


Abby Martin Reviews Orwell’s 1947 map into present reality. Don’t miss this one!

Updating March 08 2017 — Abby did this video some while back, and after I posted it here in early March 2017, the Wikileaks “Vault7” release of highly secret CIA documents has exploded into the nation’s Psyche.  George Orwell’s  little bombshell book,”1984“, and Abby’s analytic review of the book are both very important for understanding the magnitude, depth, extensiveness, and diabolical intent of the American Deep State, given us by the National Security Act of 1947 which created the CIA, the National Security Council at the White House, and the Black Budget.  View this brief video and then go to the Wikileaks website and read their introductory article, HERE

Here Abby interviews another powerful TMMer,

Dr. Cynthia McKinney

2 thoughts on “Abby Martin

  1. I have a suggestion. The federal government should ascertain the types of people certain cities are sheltering. Then it should transport to those cities detained immigrants with the same backgrounds who are apprehended elsewhere around the country.

    1. Well, that seems to be some creative thinking there, Michael.
      Allow me to offer another example of creative thinking. What say we put the federal government back into its Constitutional box, and get it all the way out of the business of transferring or transporting people, period. The federal government is limited, lawfully, to the granted authority and power as enumerated in Article One, Section 8 of the very same Constitution which created the federal government. The Constitution did not put the federal government into the business of moving citizens around within the sovereign States — so my idea would be for the federal government to simply enforce all just laws on the books and quit looking for un-granted duties, such as resettling immigrants/refugees who are flocking here to escape our bombs in their own countries. Maybe if we quit bombing their countries, they would be happy to stay over there, eh?


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