RT videos involving Michele Greenstein

Not only is she a terrific producer for Russia Today (which unlike US media actually tells the truth), she’s also quite attractive. So I thought it might be worthwhile to start a list of her videos on RT on YouTube.

Also I have created a fan page for her on vKontakte, the Russian Facebook.

Moreover, I figure that people who end up on this page would likely be interested in using some alternatives to internet media/services controlled by Zionists/CIA. Here is the list.

  • Brits blame China for Hong Kong, but…. – July 3, 2019
    • While western coverage of the Hong Kong protests focus on condemnation of Beijing, the political turmoil in Hong Kong has far older roots. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to explain the history of British colonial rule in Hong Kong and how it continues to impact China.
  • How the Fed was created to own our gov’t – July 2, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the toxic conflicts of interest that lead to the failure of the US government to prosecute financial crimes or adequately regulate Wall Street. She discusses the origin of the Federal Reserve System and how it enriches the super-wealthy at the expense of everyone else.
  • Is CIA Behind Hong Kong Protests – July 1, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the ongoing protests in Hong Kong and the “National Endowment for Democracy,” the US-based NGO funding the protesters.
  • Trump fakes out media with DMZ stunt – July 1, 2019
    • The US media is obsessively covering and criticizing President Trump’s historic photo-op with North Korean leader Kim Jong-un following the G20 summit in Osaka, Japan. Could the US media reaction be the whole point of Trump’s visit? “Boom Bust” host Christy Ai and RT America’s Michele Greenstein join Rick Sanchez to share their analysis.
  • How Huawei is defying odds despite US pressure – June 25, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the reasons behind Huawei’s meteoric success and seemingly unstoppable momentum. She points out that enormous investment in research and development and employee shareholding contribute to the tech giant’s success and that the US has to rely on threats and fear-mongering instead of fair competition with Huawei.
  • News is nothing but branding for Wall Street – Sanchez –  June 21, 2019
    • Four enormous corporate mergers on the horizon threaten to further politicize and dilute a US news media landscape that already resembles a soap opera. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez with the details. Then professor of journalism Chris Chambers shares his insights. They discuss how monopolies and “interlocking” on corporate boards make the news more agenda-driven and less trustworthy.
  • Iran to resume uranium enrichment – June 17, 2019
    • The US and Israeli push for regime change in Iran was never about nuclear weapons. RT America’s Michele Greenstein (in for Rick Sanchez) explains.
  • Huawei sanctions to cost US tech firm $2 billion – June 14, 2019
    • US technology company Broadcom stands to lose $2 billion and face obsolescence due to the Trump administration’s ban on Chinese telecomm giant Huawei’s business. Huawei is a major buyer of Broadcom. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez with the details.
  • Who are America’s real socialists? – June 13, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss how the term “socialism” is used and abused in US politics. Too many critics of programs like subsidized housing and Medicaid don’t hold the same disdain for much more expensive subsidies like those paid to the oil sector.
  • Weaponizing AI creates apathy toward war – June 11, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the next frontier in the “A.I. arms race” – the development of “mission-adaptive autonomy” for the next generation of Blackhawk helicopters for the US Army. She points to the impact that robotic warfare will have on the already enfeebled anti-war movement in the US.
  • US walks back Huawei sanctions – June 10, 2019
    • The White House Budget Office is scrambling to delay the looming Huawei ban lest US companies become overwhelmed by the Chinese telecomm giant’s absence. Meanwhile the Trump administration can’t decide whether its Huawei fears are an economic or a national security matter. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez with the details.
  • Iran war threat is Netanyahu’s foil – June 6, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss Washington’s aggressive posture toward Iran and how media narratives perpetuate Iran’s role as a foil to US and Israeli foreign policy.
  • China fires space rocket, new race is on! – June 5, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss China’s rapid advances and ambitious plans for space technology and exploration. They also discuss the growing role of private contractors in NASA’s space projects and Washington’s increasing isolation from other space programs.
  • U.N. Expert Argues Julian Assange Was Psychologically Tortured – June 5, 2019
    • Trial Magazines Editor Farron Cousins and RT Correspondent Michele Greenstein break down U.N. Torture Expert Nils Melzer’s assessment that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange displays classic signs of psychological torture. After being confined to the Ecuadorian embassy in the U.K. for seven years, he is now serving a 50-week sentence at Belmarsh Prison. Should he be vilified as a threat to U.S. security, or heralded as a hero for publishing materials leaked by U.S. whistleblower and former soldier Chelsea Manning? Then, investigative journalist Ben Swann walks us through the two-sided firestorm that was enveloped today’s media landscape. Viewpoints are being omitted by coverage which favors perpetuating the idea there are only two sides to each debate. Plus, legal journalist Mollye Barrows dives into Google hiring vastly more temp workers than full-time employees, and how this practice is pervasive among big tech firms in Silicon Valley. These part-timers often suffer from a lack of employee rights and are subjected to more abuse than their full-time counterparts.
  • China to ramp up semiconductor chip industry – June 4, 2019
    • China has vowed to rapidly develop its semiconductor chip industry and gain self-sufficiency in this critical sector. This will have an enormous impact on the US economy and its standing in the world. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the implications and what they say about the changing US-China relationship.
  • Police using tools of war against US citizens – May 30, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss how artificial intelligence and surveillance equipment designed for the military are being used more and more by police against ordinary Americans.
  • How Google creates your reality – May 29, 2019
    • Users are conditioned to expect objective truth from Google. When it comes to political controversies and conflicts, should we worry about search engines’ ability to bias their results? Google has proven power to influence elections and has faced multi-billion dollar fines. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Who’s taking legal bribes from weapons contractors? – May 28, 2019
    • Congress is poised to pass a $750 billion defense budget – exceeding even what the Pentagon asked for. Rick Sanchez breaks it down. Then RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins to discuss the US’s out-of-control military budget and the specific members of Congress involved as well as the cost to American taxpayers.
  • Amazon helps US gov’t eliminate dissent – May 24, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein (in for Rick Sanchez) discusses the troubling entanglements between Silicon Valley and the US military and intelligence establishment. Then investigative journalist Ben Swann joins to discuss the US government’s particular relationship with Amazon. He argues that Amazon and the government “feed each other” so that “both continue to grow.”
  • PhD vindicates RT’s 5G coverage – May 21, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the most recent evidence in support of RT’s coverage of 5G’s potential health risks and to examine the ominous parallel between the behavior of today’s telecommunications sector and that of tobacco companies decades ago.
  • Live from Venezuela embassy: Crowds want a raid – May 14, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports live for the News with Rick Sanchez from outside the Venezuelan embassy in Washington, DC. Four pro-Maduro “protectors” remain defiantly ensconced in the building. A Secret Service Police presence and throng of pro-Guaido protestors remain on site.
  • Can we survive the looming Amazon economy – May 9, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the necessity of an economic paradigm shift to prevent online giants like Amazon from stepping in to fill the void left by shuttered “brick and mortar” and dead malls with something far more dystopian.
  • Huawei CFO fights extradition to US – May 8, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports from Venezuela’s embassy in DC on the standoff between the anti-intervention “Embassy Protection Collective” and the anti-Maduro demonstrators gathered outside. She interviews people on both sides of the issue.
  • How close will asteroid Apophis come to Earth? – May 7, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss a recently discovered asteroid which is expected to pass just 19,000 miles from Earth in 10 years’ time. It is named for Apophis, the Egyptian god of destruction who wished to swallow the sun. Scientists are already discussing the possibility of destroying the asteroid, someday, should the need arise, via the use of nuclear weapons.
  • US Backed Coup in Venezuela Failing – May 3, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez on the ongoing occupation of Venezuela’s embassy in Washington, DC by the pro-Maduro “Embassy Protection Collective” and how it has managed to thwart anti-Maduro protestors and the opposition “ambassador” Carlos Vecchio’s attempted entry.
  • Shouting match in Washington at Venezuelan embassy – April 30, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports from Venezuela’s embassy in DC on the standoff between the anti-intervention “Embassy Protection Collective” and the anti-Maduro demonstrators gathered outside. She interviews people on both sides of the issue.
  • Heavy Secret Service presence at Venezuela DC embassy – April 24, 2019
    • An “Embassy Protection Collective” of US activists are continuing to occupy the Venezuelan embassy of Washington, DC in order to prevent its seizure by officials loyal to the US-backed opposition leader Juan Guaido. They demonstrated in front of the Venezuelan embassy in Washington, DC and say that they will risk arrest rather than leave the embassy. They are there with the permission of the Maduro government and insist they are breaking no laws. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • Chelsea Manning ‘holds the keys to her jail cell’ – Lionel – April 23, 2019
    • On Monday a federal appeals court unanimously rejected US army whistleblower Chelsea Manning’s bid to be released from jail and she remains detained for refusing to testify before a Grand Jury concerning WikiLeaks. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Steve Malzberg (in for Rick Sanchez) with the details. Then Lionel from Lionel Media shares his expertise, reminding us that American citizens don’t have the right to refuse to testify before a Grand Jury and Manning will be held in contempt of court unless or until she agrees to testify.
  • US ‘loser attitude’ toward Huawei isn’t working – April 22, 2019
    • As Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei prepares for the launch of 5G wireless technology, its first quarter revenue jumped 39 percent to $26.8 billion. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Steve Malzberg (in for Rick Sanchez) to discuss Huawei’s continued success in spite of the US-led fight to exclude and undermine the company.
  • New data: US workers producing more, making less – April 19, 2019
    • The US economy has grown steadily for decades – why hasn’t the standard of living for the vast majority of Americans kept up with this growth? Most Americans see slow income growth because the benefits overwhelmingly go to the “investor class” who don’t get their income from wages. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • Cop’s son torches churches, media blames black metal – April 17, 2019
    • Three predominantly African-American churches in Louisiana were set on fire earlier this month. The suspect, the son of an area police deputy, has been charged with arson and hate crimes. Authorities and some media outlets have focused on the suspect’s musical taste, as devotees of the “black metal” genre have been implicated in church burnings in the past. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez with the details.
  • Geoengineering no longer a conspiracy theory – April 10, 2019
    • Researchers at Harvard have developed a plan to spray sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere to reduce global warming. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss how “solar geoengineering” would mimic the effect of volcanoes and reduce global temperatures.
  • Finally! Healthy fish farming in the deep sea – April 9, 2019
    • “The Aquapod” promises a new way to farm fish. A kind of predator-proof artificial reef made of recycled materials, it has the potential to revolutionize the fishing industry, making it more sustainable and healthier for humans and ocean-life alike. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • Who is mysterious Libyan general with ties to CIA? – April 8, 2019
    • Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, who has captured Libya’s oil fields and whose army is on the verge of seizing Tripoli and overthrowing the UN-backed “Government of National Accord” was once a CIA asset, trained by their “Special Activities Division.” RT America’s Michele Greenstein and former Pentagon official Michael Maloof join Rick Sanchez to discuss the shadowy origins of “the Libyan Caesar.
  • BREAKING: Julian Assange expulsion delayed – April 5, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss Wikileaks’ announcement that they’d learned of plans to expel Julian Assange from the Ecuadoran embassy in UK. News of his expulsion prompted outrage on social media, even as Ecuadoran officials insist that no final decision has been made.
  • Trump ready for war with Congress over Yemen – April 4, 2019
    • The US House of Representatives has passed a measure to stop US support for the Saudi-led war on Yemen, which has resulted in what the UN calls “the largest humanitarian crisis in the world” and resulted in US weapons falling into the hands of Al Qaeda affiliates. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • Sensor from 737 that crashed repaired in Florida – April 3, 2019
    • The faulty equipment that caused the Boeing 737 Max8 plane to nose dive and crash near Indonesia in October may have been linked to a Florida repair shop. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez with the details.
  • What’s causing more children with autism? – April 2, 2019
    • Today is autism awareness day and a new report suggests that by 2025 nearly half of US children will suffer from the disorder. RT’s Michele Greenstein joins News with Rick Sanchez to discuss the latest report from MIT.
  • CIA break-in: why isn’t this guy under arrest? – April 1, 2019
    • The recent bizarre break-in into North Korea’s embassy in Spain has been linked to the Cheollima Civil Defense, a shadowy group dedicated to regime change in North Korea. RT America’s Michele Greenstein explains how the links between the Cheollima group and the US government are impossible to dismiss. She then joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Hung up on warrantless phone surveillance – Mar 29, 2019
    • A bipartisan group of lawmakers has proposed a bill to end the NSA’s mass collection of phone data. They hope that passing the “Ending Mass Collection of Americans’ Phone Records Act” will stop “one of the sprawling surveillance state’s most intrusive overreaches.” But will it go far enough? RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins John Huddy with the details.
  • Another state joins Mississippi suing Purdue pharma – Mar 28, 2019
    • New York State has sued Purdue’s Sackler family for their role in stoking the opioid crisis gripping the US. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Political shakeup in oil-rich Guyana – Mar 27, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Scottie Nell Hughes to explain how oil discoveries have reignited a long-standing border disputes between Guyana and Venezuela and have led to unexpected changes in Guyanese parliament through a “no confidence” vote that has appealed at the Caribbean Court of Justice.
  • European politicians make ‘quoting’ illegal – Mar 26, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the European Union’s harsh new copyright directive that legally requires online platforms to stifle the sharing of copyrighted material. She explains how this will change the internet as we know it to the detriment of the user.
  • Scientist: Levitation is becoming a reality – Mar 25, 2019
    • Promising new research is opening the door to technology that would be able to levitate objects by use of light. While nanoparticles can be manipulated with high focus lasers, this would allow the movement of far larger objects – potentially including new kinds of spacecraft. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez with the details.
  • Lee Camp takes it back to Venezuela – Mar 22, 2019
    • Lee Camp, host of “Redacted Tonight” joins Rick Sanchez and Michele Greenstein to the fruits of US-backed “democracy promotion” in Venezuela, arepas, sniper fire, and the importance of laughter.
  • Is DC sniper too young for life sentence? – Mar 22, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to report on the case of “DC sniper” John Allen Muhammad’s accomplice Lee Boyd Malvo. While he was sentenced to life in prison for his role in Muhammad’s crimes, the fact that Malvo was 17 years old at the time led the Supreme Court to agree to hear his appeal.
  • Sackler family million dollar donation cancelled – Mar 21, 2019
    • Purdue Pharma owned by the Sackler family and makers of oxycontin, is being investigated for its role in the nationwide opioid crisis. It now looks as if Sackler family members were directly involved in misleading the public about the safety of their drugs and how they should be used. Now it appears that the Sackler family and their Purdue Pharma company are being black listed. RT’s Michele Greenstein has the story for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • US, China race to build self aware computer – Mar 20, 2019
    • Intel and the Department of Energy have announced plans to collaborate on building the world’s most powerful supercomputer to date. “Aurora” will be capable of 1 quintillion calculations per second. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Reagan’s space dream come true – Mar 19, 2019
    • Recent research into space-based lasers may lead toward the US acquiring anti-missile capabilities from space. Meanwhile the Trump administration has taken more concrete steps toward making his promised “Space Force” a reality. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • CIA agents caught in embassy break-in – Mar 18, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the possible involvement of CIA agents in the raid of North Korea’s embassy in Spain at the end of February. A Spanish newspaper alleges that the CIA worked in tandem with South Korean intelligence to execute the crime.
  • Harvard: Learning from Lizards to regrow parts – Mar 15, 2019
    • A team of Harvard researchers studying panther worms have discovered a “master control gene” called Early Growth Response (EGR) which may one day unlock the secret of limb-regeneration in humans. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • Zero Hedge proves Facebook is dangerous monopoly – Mar 14, 2019
    • Facebook briefly relented in its arbitrary banning-spree by reversing their ban on the technology and business blog Zero Hedge, admitting that doing so was a mistake. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the details.
  • Indicted scumbag parents cheated college admissions – Mar 12, 2019
    • Rick Sanchez explains what DOJ officials call “the largest college admissions scam ever prosecuted by the Department of Justice,” wherein super-rich parents arranged for cheating on tests, impersonation, faked documents and outright bribery so that schools would accept their underperforming children as students. These parents also defrauded the government by laundering the funds through a fake charity. Then RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins the News with Rick Sanchez to discuss the specifics of the case.
  • US insists Germany must ban Huawei! – Mar 11, 2019
    • The US has threatened German officials that there will be repercussions if Germany allows Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei to participate in the deployment of 5G technology there. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • The dark side of secret grand jury system – Mar 8, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss US army whistleblower Chelsea Manning’s contention that grand juries are “dangerous and undemocratic” and subject to abuse by unscrupulous prosecutors.
  • Reporter reacts to horrible crash – Mar 7, 2019
    • Rick Sanchez and Michele Greenstein review Sophia Florsch’s formula 3 crash that caused her spinal fracture and discuss her return to the scene of the horrific accident.
  • Facebook shriveling. 15,000,000 users flee – Mar 7, 2019
    • An Edison Research report reveals that in the past two years the social media site has lost nearly 15 million users. RT America’s Michele Greenstein brings us this report for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • Kicking Elliot Abrams off Holocaust Museum cmte – Mar 6, 2019
    • Petitioners are urging the US Holocaust Memorial Council and Committee on Conscience to drop the infamous neocon Elliott Abrams due to his involvement in regime-change violence in Latin America. He has held his position on the committee since 2009. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • Lawmakers seek to MANDATE vaccinations – Mar 4, 2019
    • Some state lawmakers are considering methods to force parents to vaccinate their children whether they like it or not. Meanwhile, other states are seeking ways to broaden exemptions that allow parents to opt out. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the controversy.
  • Bye bye privacy with 5G – March 1, 2019
    • Remote surgeries, autonomous vehicles, smart-city energy grids and the coming “internet of things” all depend upon the deployment of 5G infrastructure. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez on the perils of much-lauded 5G wireless technology.
  • ‘Smart speakers’ may report owners to cops – Feb 27, 2019
    • At a recent conference of the Association of Computing Machinery, Professor Marija Slavkovik argued that smart speakers such as Google Home and Amazon Echo should be programmed with an “ethical” function that would allow them to judge – and inform on – their owners if a lapse is observed. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the harrowing prospect.
  • There’s a camera in your airline seat – Feb 26, 2019
    • Some airlines may be recording you without your knowledge. While not well-known to the traveling public, the televisions on the back of some airplane seats possess cameras with the potential to observe passengers. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the issue.
  • NASA: Life on Saturn’s largest moon – Feb 25, 2019
    • NASA scientists say that one of Saturn’s moons may harbor methane-based life forms. Probes sent from Earth to Titan have shown continents and what resembles a river system. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the news.
  • Newest robots inspired by nature – Feb 22, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the latest in robotics – from unmanned spacecraft to robots that can teach themselves to perform tasks.
  • Brits threaten Facebook’s Zuckerberg into meeting – Feb 21, 2019
    • UK culture minister Jeremy Wright recently said that the era of laissez faire attitudes toward social media companies is “coming to an end” and that companies like Facebook and Twitter should expect tighter regulation going forward. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the increasing calls for regulation of social media, including controversial claims that unrestricted social media glorifies suicide and self-harm.
  • How NASA wasted 46 billion – Feb 20, 2019
    • Despite a budget exceeding $46 billion over the past 15 years, NASA has demonstrated little in the way of actual spaceflight capability since 2005. Space Launch System (SLS) rockets have yet to take flight and the Orion capsule won’t see crewed flights before 2024. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • China to US: You’re lying about Huawei – Feb 15, 2019
    • Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez on Washington’s continuing efforts to isolate and undermine Chinese telecomm giant Huawei. China insists that US motives have more to do with hurting Huawei’s business around the world than real cybersecurity fears.
  • Lavrov & Pompeo mystery phone call – Feb 13, 2019
    • Venezuela’s oil giant CITGO is reported to be negotiating new business with a Russian bank, a claim that the Kremlin denies. Russian FM Sergey Lavrov and US State Dept. Mike Pompeo spoke by phone this week, but reports suggest that they were talking past one another. Accounts differ on whether they discussed the Intermediate-range Nuclear Missile (INF) treaty. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez with the details. They also discuss reports that Chinese officials spoke with agents of Venezuela’s opposition leader Juan Guaido, an allegation deemed “fake news” by China but supported by US envoy to Venezuela, Eliott Abrams.
  • Processed foods equals mortality – Feb 12, 2019
    • A new study has found that ultra-processed foods such as sausage and bacon and myriad other things contribute to chronic illnesses like cancer and cardiovascular disease and increase the risk of an early death. But their consumption is on the rise. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the problem and the factors that make processed foods so popular despite the danger.
  • Intruder killed at Nevada Nuke Test Site – Feb 11, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins News with Rick Sanchez to discuss a bizarre incident in Nevada where someone trespassed at the extremely secretive Nevada National Security Site and was shot dead.
  • Real reason US is in Yemen – Feb 11, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez on Yemen’s significant untapped oil resources. She explains how Yemen’s oil potential might shed new light on the current conflict there and the US role in it, the worst humanitarian crisis in the world.
  • Calling bulls*** on Hezbollah in Venezuela – Feb 7, 2019
    • Russia’s foreign ministry has claimed that direct military invasion of Venezuela to topple President Nicolas Maduro is being “openly discussed the White House.” Meanwhile State Sec. Mike Pompeo alleged that there are Hezbollah cells and signs of Iranian meddling in Latin America. Rick Sanchez thinks both allegations are nonsense and reminds us that “the first casualty of war is the truth.” Then RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports on Pompeo’s career, laying bare his contempt for civil liberties, his love for regime-change and his connections with the Koch brothers, whose money funded his rise to power.
  • 5G Wireless: The coming privacy nightmare – Feb 6, 2019
    • While consumers are told to get excited about the faster speeds of 5G wireless networks, researchers warn that there are potential dangers and unforeseen violations of privacy associated with the new technology. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the risks and threats that come with the advent of 5G.
  • Magnetic North drifting toward Russia – Feb 5, 2019
    • For the past 50 years the North Pole has been subtly shifting, but only recently has begun to accelerate, shifting the far north of Canada into Russia’s Siberian region. The Earth’s “wandering pole” affects those engaged in Arctic navigation – but does it have other implications for our planet? RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • Yemen Swine Flu Outbreak could hit US – Feb 4, 2019
    • Yemen’s war-ravaged hospitals have a new health emergency: a massive outbreak of swine flu, they appear to have no way of stopping. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to explain how this may affect the United States.
  • Implanting Microchips in Our Bodies, voluntarily? – Jan 31, 2019
    • All over the world, voices are pushing for the “microchipping” of humans with tiny RFID chips for identification and commerce. The procedure is rare and voluntary – but for how long? RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the controversy.
  • Coming Cashless Society Revealed By Boys’ Case Against Six Flags – Jan 29, 2019
    • A 14-year-old student on a school trip was fingerprinted at a park without parental consent as a biometric “season pass.” The park was sued, and they case reached the Illinois state Supreme Court. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the case and its implications for the future of commerce and surveillance.
  • Real Reason Behind Huawei Indictment – Jan 28, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the case against Huawei, which the US Department of Justice charged with bank fraud, wire fraud and obstruction of justice, and more.
  • What is a Smart City? Buyer Beware – Jan 24, 2019
    • “Smart cities” promise to network all one’s devices in an ecologically responsible way that takes all effort and guesswork out of life. This also means constant monitoring of our most private moments. What’s more, China far outpaces the US in the field of smart cities, and this makes US elites nervous. RT America’s Michele Greenstein reports for the News with Rick Sanchez.
  • China May Be Spying On US Subway Cars – Jan 23, 2019
    • There’s a concern among some US federal lawmakers that the world’s largest supplier of rail transit equipment could be using its subway cars to spy on them. RT’s America Michele Greenstein reports.
  • Update! New details on Saudi Sisters’ drowning – Jan 23, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss new developments in the story of Saudi sisters who went missing in August 2018 and were found bound together and drowned near New York, NY the following October. New York Police Department’s chief medical examiner has declared their death a “double-suicide.”
  • Who really killed MLK? Lawyer speaks out – Jan 21, 2019
    • RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the surprising truth about the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. We’ll hear from King family lawyer Dr. William Pepper, who’s made it his life’s work to reveal the truth about Dr. King’s death, maintaining that the civil rights martyr survived the bullet. The full interview with Dr. William Pepper will be on YouTube, don’t miss it!
  • How To Survive Dangers of 5G – Jan 15, 2019
    • The fifth generation of wireless technology (5G) is being rolled out worldwide, without safety testing. Scientists, doctors, and environmental organizers are saying the side effects of wireless radiation are linked to cancerous heart tumors, brain tumors, DNA damage, infertility, autism, Alzheimer’s and more. RT’s America Michele Greenstein joins The News with Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Michele Greenstein going HAM on the military-industrial complex – Jan 11, 2019
  • Israel Uses Human Shields To Attack Syria – Jan 10, 2019
    • Rick Sanchez explains how Israel has used commercial planes to covered airstrikes in Syria and how this unprecedented way of attacks is violating the rule of war on the use of civilians as humans shields. Then, RT correspondent Michele Greenstein joins to discuss.
  • UK pushing cold-war propaganda worldwide – Jan 10, 2019
    • RT America correspondent Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss “Project Integrity,” a UK-funded intelligence operation “dedicated to revealing and combating propaganda and misinformation.” They create “clusters” of journalists and influencers across Europe and in the US to sew a “tougher stance” in policies toward Russia and the threat of “Russian measures” in media.
  • How Europe gets its oil through Turkey’s pipelines – Jan 8, 2019
    • RT correspondent Michele Greenstein joins to discuss the importance of Turkey to Europe’s energy needs and what it adds to Turkey’s foreign policy leverage.
  • Airports are our weakest link, not border wall – Jan 7, 2019
    • Amid a partial government shutdown over funding President Trump’s promised border wall, members of his administration continue to spar with Democrats and media who dispute the numbers behind Trump’s narrative of crisis-levels of crime and terrorism endangering US security and necessitating a wall. RT America correspondent Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Can young blood reverse aging, CEO says yes – Jan 4, 2019
    • A medical clinic called Ambrosia says it can reverse the aging process. But the researchers from whom Ambrosia’s Founder drew inspiration says the company is misrepresenting their findings. RT’s Michele Greenstein spoke with Ambrosia Founder & CEO Dr. Jesse Karmazin, who says his patients are seeing effects not only on neuroplasticity and memory, but the aging process as a whole.
  • Hackers threaten to reveal 9/11 secrets – Jan 2, 2019
    • An international hacker group, The Dark Overlord, have announced they have stolen hundreds of gigabytes related with 9/11 attacks. The content includes a total of 18,000 emails, non-disclosure agreements, expert witness testimonies and communications with government officials related to the 9/11 attacks. This group hacked an unnamed US-based law firm. For more on this RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the hacking, ransom demands and more.
  • China fires back at US indictments – Dec 21, 2018
    • China has pushed back following the indictment of two Chinese nationals in the US for hacking businesses and government entities on behalf of China, calling out the US for espionage and cyberwarfare. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss China’s rapid economic ascent and the increasing desperation of the US to regain supremacy.
  • China overtakes US as world’s largest economy; Washington rages – Dec 20, 2018
    • Is China “taking advantage” of economic competitiveness? With the indictment of two Chinese nationals for conspiracy and identity theft, are US officials holding bad actors to account or showing themselves to be desperate for a political solution to an economic problem? RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Real reason for arrest of Huawei CFO – Dec 17, 2018
    • A US-led “intelligence sharing alliance” known as “Five Eyes” have been working behind the scenes to contain Huawei in the interest of stunting China’s technological development and breaking their lead in wireless communication technology. Revelations concerning the “Five Eyes” operation against the Chinese telecommunications industry puts the arrest of Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou in a new light. RT America’s Michelle Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Proposing a new world DNA order – Dec 14, 2018
    • A study recently published in “Science” advocates for the creation of a universal nationwide DNA database and bizarrely claims that doing so will result in more privacy instead of less. RT Correspondent Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Huawei fiasco: how it began – Dec 12, 2018
    • Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou is out on bail. A former Canadian diplomat arrested in China in retaliation remains behind bars. RT producer Michele Greenstein joins News with Rick Sanchez to discuss the real motives behind US pressure on Huawei and how it impacts the US-China relationship.
  • Excessive policing, as cops rip baby from his mother – Dec 11, 2018
    • A viral video of authorities wresting a baby from his mother in a Brooklyn social services office shocked the nation and put the spotlight on a growing overreliance on police power and abuse of the poor. RT producer Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to weigh in.
  • What you need to know about Farmed Salmon – Dec 4, 2018
    • RT producer Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to dispel the widely held misconception of fish being a “healthy alternative to meat,” discussing specific farming practices in nauseating detail and shedding knew light on the wisdom of a fish-filled diet.
  • Why should we care about landing on Mars? – Nov 29, 2018
    • RT producer Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss the successful landing of the Insight rover on Mars, the first in six years, the hype surrounding the mission and ethical and budgetary issues in space exploration.
  • Global Corporatists May Be Deleting Your Twitter Account – Nov 5, 2018
    • Twitter recently removed tens of thousands of automated accounts on the grounds that they were discouraging midterm voting. Social media specialist Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • Who killed the Saudi sisters? – Nov 1, 2018
    • Two Saudi sisters were found fully clothed and bound together in the Hudson River last week. Their cause of death is unclear. They’d been missing since August, and their whereabouts in the meantime remains a mystery. RT America’s Michele Greenstein joins Rick Sanchez to discuss.
  • The Internet: Weapon Of The National Security State? – Oct 30, 2018
    • ‘Gab,’ an alternative social network notable for its tolerance of racist content was kicked off its server following the massacre of 11 worshippers at Tree of Life Synagogue by a Gab user. RT social media specialist Michele Greenstein argues that surveillance and social control are integral and intentional aspects of the internet and have been so since its inception.
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