This Monday, between speaking at grassroots forums on the NDAA and national security state in San Francisco (on Sunday, July 29) and Oakland (on Tuesday, July 31), I had the pleasure of sharing an hour with radio host Rose Aguilar and legendary whistleblower Daniel Ellsberg on KALW 91.7FM. Daniel, subject of the Academy award-nominated documentary The Most Dangerous Man in America, is an adviser to BORDC and shared his unique perspective on the threat posed to dissent by the looming specter of domestic military detention without trial. Rose’s program, Your Call, explored a series of interconnected issues including the NDAA, its implications for democracy, opportunities for We the People to mount resistance, and the deafening silence in the presidential campaign on these issues. After the radio show, Rose also recorded a short video extending the discussion:
/ / BORDC’s Buttar joins Daniel Ellsberg to discuss NDAA (audio & video)
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