August 15, 2014

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Friday: The Alex Jones Show. SWAT Team Claims They Were ‘Helping’ in Tear Gassing of Journalists. Plus, US Sending 600 Troops, APCs And Tanks To Countries Bordering Russia To Reassure Threatened Allies.

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To Be Added...On the Friday, August 15 edition of the Alex Jones Show, Jones continues to analyze the fallout from the police state crackdown on protesters and reporters in Missouri, as the smoke clears and more facts emerge concerning the shooting of Ferguson teen Michael Brown. Jones also looks at the escalating crisis in east Ukraine, where Ukrainian forces have destroyed a Russian convoy thought to be transporting humanitarian aid, or militants. On today's show, American broadcaster, filmmaker, and economist Max Keiser joins Alex Jones in studio to discuss geopolitics, and to explore the wider context behind why more world markets are turning to currencies other than the U.S. dollar. Jones also reflects on ways NAFTA has helped destroy the U.S. economy by design, and takes your calls during this global transmission.

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