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Recent developments in the Middle East including the wider implications of the destabilization of the entire area; the current global war as a different kind of conquest than that of World War I and II; US military deployment in the area; the role of Israel; Iranian Defenses; US war planning and war scenarios since 2003... Listen
How the massive documents dump plays into US geostrategy; comparisons with the Pentagon Papers; war provocation incidents; Wikileaks Board; Cass Sunstein; Google; In-Q-Tel; Operation Keyhole. Listen
Reese Erlich was in Teheran covering the recent elections. He gives a firsthand account of the demonstrations before and after the elections; the politics of the candidates; election fraud; and provides historical context. Listen
"Iran: All Out War or Economic Conquest", interview with author and Director of the Center for Research on Globalization, Michel Chossudovsky. We discuss Iran's privatization program, U.S. war propaganda, Plan TYRANT, Congressional Resolution 362, the National Intelligence Estimate, dissent within the military, currency speculation, Russia, China, the police state and war agenda. Listen
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