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United States Escalates Military and Economic Domination in Asia Pacific

The focus of today’s show is President Obama’s trip to Japan, South Korea, Malaysia and the Philippines to build support for escalation of the US’ military presence and for the TransPacific Partnership (TPP). We are joined by Bernadette Ellorin of BAYAN USA which helped to coordinate protests to US military and economic domination in the region. Protests occurred in the US and in each of the countries that Obama visited. We also discussed a new letter urging Obama to take meaningful action to end nuclear weapons, the launch of our new campaign to clean up abandoned uranium mines, the attack on internet neutrality and recent studies which document that the US is a plutocracy.

Listen here:

United States Escalates Military and Economic Domination in Asia Pacific with Bernadette Ellorin by Clearingthefog on Mixcloud

Relevant articles and websites:


Peace Movement Should Focus On China by Nile Bowie

Is US Preparing For War Against China? by Kevin Zeese

Open Letter to President Obama: Time to Disarm by Alice Slater

Holding the Silent Killers of Environmental Destruction Accountable by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers

Fighting for a Legitimate Democracy, By and For the People by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers

Internet for the Wealthy on the Way Unless We Stop It by Kevin Zeese

Senator Wyden Starts Round II As He Pushes TPP Fast Track by Kevin Zeese and Margaret Flowers

Bayan USA

Bayan Philippines

Clean Up the Mines!



Berna NATO May 2012 (1)Bernadette Ellorin is the current Chairperson of the US Chapter of Bagong Alyansang Makabayan, or BAYAN USA, an alliance of 18 Filipino-American organizations fighting for genuine sovereignty, peace and democracy in the Philippines as well as the rights and welfare of Filipinos in the US and the diaspora.

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