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Taylor Report: As Other African Countries Advance, Kagame's In a Tight Spot, Segment 1

2 weeks ago
Some time ago there were regular reports of Rwanda, under General/President Paul Kagame, making miraculous progress. Other African states were advised do go and do likewise. But facts are stubborn things. Objective studies are showing that economic conditions are very tough for the people and the vaunted progress is, in the words of David Himbara, a "mirage." Meanwhile, there are encouraging signs of democratic resistance, embodied by the likes of Victoire Ingabire and Diane Rwigara.
Anonymous

Fourth World Radyo: The Internal Corruption(s) of Radical Afro-American Political Science: Stratigic Commonsense or more pro-Putin/IRA Chaos?, Segment 1

2 weeks ago
4thWorldRadyo commentator and host @TheAngryindian looks further into recently reported events connected to the Russian Information Research Agency (IRA) and its efforts to buttress the floundering Trump administration by surreptitiously persuading the Afro-American community in the USA to either support Dr. Jill Stein's presidential campaign or to not vote at all as a viable political option. The question is: why are Black radicals in the United States willing to make arguments that support Trump’s sudden military withdrawal from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan; effectively leaving the left-wing leaning Kurds of Rojava (Democratic Federation of Northern Syria and their female-dominated armed defence forces, the People's Protection Units/YPG unprotected, (yet again) after having abandoned them politically during ‘Operation Desert Storm’ following Saddam Hussein’s rule. A number of Afro-radicals have praised President Donald J. Trump as a laudable anti-war politician while tacitly defending his presidency through (seemingly) scripted commentary that (oddly) dismisses both Russian government interference in the US election system by defending any attempted efforts that may have occurred due to the documented history of US intelligence interference in the voting machinations of other nations; as if that justifies the work of the Putin government’s conscious decision to give support to the (violent) White Supremacists ripping US civil society apart by defending their ‘right’ to bamboozle Black Americans through Internet trickery and their visible support for White Power in Russia and the United States.
Aboriginal Press News Service Public Radio (APNSPR)

Fourth World Radyo: The Internal Corruption(s) of Radical Afro-American Political Science: Stratigic Commonsense or more pro-Putin/IRA Chaos?, Segment 1

2 weeks ago
4thWorldRadyo commentator and host @TheAngryindian looks further into recently reported events connected to the Russian Information Research Agency (IRA) and its efforts to buttress the floundering Trump administration by surreptitiously persuading the Afro-American community in the USA to either support Dr. Jill Stein's presidential campaign or to not vote at all as a viable political option. The question is: why are Black radicals in the United States willing to make arguments that support Trump’s sudden military withdrawal from Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan; effectively leaving the left-wing leaning Kurds of Rojava (Democratic Federation of Northern Syria and their female-dominated armed defence forces, the People's Protection Units/YPG unprotected, (yet again) after having abandoned them politically during ‘Operation Desert Storm’ following Saddam Hussein’s rule. A number of Afro-radicals have praised President Donald J. Trump as a laudable anti-war politician while tacitly defending his presidency through (seemingly) scripted commentary that (oddly) dismisses both Russian government interference in the US election system by defending any attempted efforts that may have occurred due to the documented history of US intelligence interference in the voting machinations of other nations; as if that justifies the work of the Putin government’s conscious decision to give support to the (violent) White Supremacists ripping US civil society apart by defending their ‘right’ to bamboozle Black Americans through Internet trickery and their visible support for White Power in Russia and the United States.
Aboriginal Press News Service Public Radio (APNSPR)

Global Research News Hour: Reviewing the Most Significant Stories of 2018 and Projections for 2019, Segment 1

2 weeks ago
This week's Global Research News Hour debuts in 2019 with a special look at key stories from the past year and what they portend for 2019. Andy Lee Roth, Associate Director of Project Censored, speaks to some of the key themes running through the top 25 most censored stories of the past year, and this year's CENSORED 2019 compendium. Dr. Jack Rasmus, a political economist and instructor at St. Mary’s College in California, assesses the fundamentals underlying the global economy and the key events from 2018 affecting those fundamentals. Rick Rozoff, journalist, anti-war activist and manager of the STOP NATO list-serve, takes a look at the geostrategic developments in 2018 on the world stage and what they indicate about near future military conflicts. Finally, Dmitry Orlov brings us his end of year take on the ongoing collapse of the US Empire in the context of Russia's military capability, the global energy map, and climate change impacts.
CKUW news

Sounds From the Global Village: Sounds From the Global Village 1816, Segment 1

2 weeks 1 day ago
Segment One A Ochun by Brenda Navarrete CD: Mi Mundo (Alma) The Shore of Gruinard by Sileas CD: Beating Harps (Green Linnet) Li Nssak Nssah by Moulay Ahmed El Hassani CD: Atlas Electric (Hive Mind) Segment Two Skaros by Kitsos Harisiadis CD: Lament in a Deep Style (Third Man) Song of Realization by Choying Drolma and Steve Tibbetts CD: Selwa (Six Degrees) Kanou by The World Kora Trio CD: Korazon (Passe Minuit) Segment Three Konsyans by Tradisyon Ka CD: Gwo Ka: Music of Guadaloupe, West Indies (Soul Jazz) Sulgostow by WoWaKin CD: Kraj Za Miastem (Baba Studio) Ai Doostan by The Afghan Ensemble CD: Songs of Afghanistan (ARC)
Quality Radio Productions

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190104 History Will Remember, Segment 1

2 weeks 1 day ago
This week’s radio show starts off by revealing the numerous and odious manners that censorship sucks. We pose a philosophical question, and we compare Donald Trump to Mike Pence before the feature piece once again describes apartheid and genocide in Palestine. Serious issues. Irreverent delivery. Welcome to the Thunderbolt.
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190104 History Will Remember, Segment 1

2 weeks 1 day ago
This week’s radio show starts off by revealing the numerous and odious manners that censorship sucks. We pose a philosophical question, and we compare Donald Trump to Mike Pence before the feature piece once again describes apartheid and genocide in Palestine. Serious issues. Irreverent delivery. Welcome to the Thunderbolt.
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 190104 History Will Remember, Segment 1

2 weeks 1 day ago
This week’s radio show starts off by revealing the numerous and odious manners that censorship sucks. We pose a philosophical question, and we compare Donald Trump to Mike Pence before the feature piece once again describes apartheid and genocide in Palestine. Serious issues. Irreverent delivery. Welcome to the Thunderbolt.
Dancing Angel Media