Media representations of Ukraine vs Middle East conflicts w/ Eric Morris – Ep 113
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Eric Morris from Catholics Against Militarism joins Henri to discuss the ongoing deluge of media coverage of the situation in Ukraine, far surpassing anything the mainstream media says about much more severe, western-driven conflicts, such as Yemen, Syria, or Afghanistan.
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