Coronavirus and the U.S. military – Ep 59
The outbreak of the coronavirus in the United States has presented a unique catastrophe that is targeting members of the American military as much as the average citizen. Here, we discuss how the military is responding, how examples of real leadership are being quashed by the national security state in the form of one Navy aircraft carrier captain, and how individuals can protect themselves and their loved ones through this time in U.S. history.
A Time To Choose: ‘Company Men’ or Common Decency? – Danny Sjursen – Antiwar.com
It’s Hardly Shocking the Navy Fired a Commander for Warning of Coronavirus Threat. It’s Part of a Pattern – Propublica
The One Thing Corona Won’t Halt: Endless War – Danny Sjursen – Antiwar.com
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