Radio Free Winnipeg

Canadian foreign policy and the origin of the migrant caravan

Placing the so called "migrant crisis" in the context of Canadian foreign policy and the moral bankruptcy of the human rights industrial complex
Photo: Internationalist Photo (Flickr)

Broadcasting on Treaty One territory at the University of Winnipeg's CKUW, join hosts Greg Gallinger and Scott Price for a bi-monthly challenge of manicured media discourses

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From support for mining companies that poison the water and displace people from their homes to the legitimization of the Honduran government that came to power via a coup, Canada's federal government has played a role in the current crisis facing thousands of men, women and children at the Mexico/US border.

On this episode of Radio Free Winnipeg, Scott and Greg place the so called "migrant crisis" in the context of Canadian foreign policy and the moral bankruptcy of the human rights industrial complex.

Plus: two clips from the archives featuring coverage of the the lead up and aftermath of the 2009 coup in Honduras.

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