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The Lawyers Committee for 9/11 Inquiry, Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth, along with 9/11 victim family members have filed a joint federal lawsuit against the US Department of Justice and the FBI for their failure to perform a congressionally mandated assessment of any evidence known to the FBI that was not considered by the... Listen
Discussion of the crisis and geopolitical stakes in Venezuela; evaluation of Venezuelan heavy oil reserves in its Orinoco Belt (now the Chavez Belt) and the far superior grade oil in the vast oil reserves of the Guyana Esequiba region; China’s Belt and Road Initiative in South America and the Panama Canal; Bolton cites the Monroe... Listen
We discuss Alison Weir’s extended essay, published as a pamphlet, “The International Campaign to Criminalize Criticism of Israel”; the traditional definition of anti-Semitism and the new “improved” 3-D definition of anti-Semitism; the history of the campaign to criminalize criticism of Israel; the many international and national organizations that have adopted and promote the new definition;... Listen
We discuss the economic and political crisis in Venezuela, its history as an oil proxy nation since the discovery of oil in 1918, through successive dictatorships, coups d’etats, a fake nationalization of the oil industry, the Chavista movement and destabilization through financial warfare, with a special emphasis on Michel Chossudovsky’s personal experience there conducting a... Listen
The structure of military alliances; the evolving situation in the Middle East; a shift in geopolitical alliances; the global military agenda; review of wars since 2001; nonconventional hybrid warfare to undermine a country's financial structure; coalition of Turkey, Russia and Iran; Pakistan and India now a part of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization; US withdrawal from... Listen
Interview with 9/11 researcher and writer, Tod Fletcher. Under the pen name Max Kolskegg, he has posted online a three-part series of articles on 9/11 in its historical and political economic context: "After Genoa: Reform or Revolution"; "9/11: A Desperate Provocation by U.S. Capitalism"; and "9/11 in Context: Plans and Counter Plans". The link to... Listen
Author and Historian, Webster Tarpley, discusses the ramifications of Bush's speech to the nation on U.S. policy in the Middle East, new political appointments, military maneuvers, and the crisis in Iraq. Tarpley compares today's crisis in Iraq, particularly the city of Baghdad, with historic battles, most specifically with the German siege of Stanlingrad in WWII,... Listen
Interview with writer and researcher, Frank Morales. We discuss the John Warner Defense Authorization Act of 2007, signed by President George W. Bush on October 17, 2006, which allows the President to declare a "public emergency" and station troops anywhere in America, without state or local consent, in order to "suppress public disorder". Also discussed... Listen
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