Russell Brand tears apart David Cameron’s propaganda amidst the Tunisia terrorist attack

Russell Brand…

“Now what’s the truth behind their terrible Tunisia massacre? Does [the minute of silence] mean anything or is it just an empty, hollow gesture, part of a general policy of bull****, so that our government can continue selling arms around the world and perpetuating a cycle where its own needs are met.”

“Stop bombing those foreign countries. Stop selling arms to countries on your own human rights abuse list. You have to stop perpetuating the problem.”

Via Sputnik News Agency…

In 2013, the British government approved more than 3,000 export licenses for arms and military equipment worth $19 billion (£12bn) for 27 countries classified as “of concern” by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) because of their poor human rights records.


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