Four UK protesters went to court last week to contest what may be Britain's most draconian sentences handed down for peaceful environmental protest since 1932.
We sit down with Kevin Zeese who has recently returned from Venezuela to talk elections, economic warfare and media blockades, and we also take a look at Nicaragua which finds itself in the crosshairs.
"People expected an apology from the government, but instead of an apology they got even more violence. Then everything changed. People formed a wall of flesh in 24 hours. Millions of people were fighting against the police unarmed."