In an interview with Roger Waters. The discussion revolves around topics related to Palestine, Roger's experiences during a tour, and their engagement in Palestinian solidarity work, particularly within the context of the BDS (Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions) movement.
Roger shares personal experiences, including canceling a show in Tel Aviv, visiting the West Bank, and expressing strong sentiments against the actions of the Israeli government in Gaza. The conversation touches on the broader issues of media framing, the impact of propaganda, the speaker's family history, and the influence of capitalism on society.
The conversation delves into philosophical reflections on humanity, empathy, and the responsibility to "do the right thing." The transcript provides insights into the speaker's perspectives on political, humanitarian, and social issues, particularly concerning the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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