On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Ben Norton, journalist with Alternet, to talk about a US Congressional bill that would make supporting the Palestinian-led BDS movement against the state of Israel, the efficacy of the BDS movement, and Radiohead's controversial concert in Tel Aviv on Wednesday night.
Later in the show Eugene Puryear and Ben Norton talk about the decision for the US to stop providing arms to Syrian rebel forces, the media's warmongering in Syria to spur anti-Russia sentiment, and Congressional efforts to reduce the involvement of the US in Yemen.
In a special third segment host Eugene Puryear is joined by Frank Lara, San Francisco activist with the ANSWER Coalition and Joshua Harris, Founder of Hollins Creative Placemaking and 2016 Green Party Candidate for Mayor of Baltimore to talk about Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel graduation requirements for Chicago High School students, the lack of civic education in American schools, and the difficulties of students to learn when they face poverty at home.
Today's talking points touch on Baltimore Police officers caught on camera planting drugs and the fallacy of voter fraud in America.
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