Free Radio Santa Cruz, streaming live on www.freakradio.org (scroll down main page to picture of transmitter and click on the RED OVAL on top for streaming link).
Dr. Hanan Islam from AMHEC from Compton interview on Settingthestandard kpfa 94.1 fm
Report From Molly inMexico Teachers Strikes,Anti Electricity protest on Settingthestandard kpfa 94.1fm, 89.3kpfb in Berkeley, and 88.1fm in Fresno Califaz.
President Barack Obama recently said that the world's failure to act in Rwanda is a reason to take military action in Syria, but Rwanda in 1994 is a far more complex story than most of the world knows. KPFA spoke to Paul Rusesabagina, the author of An Ordinary Man, about what he did to try to stop the genocide in 1994, and what he would do now to bring peace to Rwanda and its neighbor, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, which has lost six million people to the warfare that followed the Rwandan Genocide.
Welcome to this Week in Palestine, a service of the International Middle East Media Center, www.imemc.org, for August 31st to September 6th, 2013.
This is a 30 minute audio file (.mp3) of the Community Alliance radio show on KFCF 88.1 FM that was broadcast on Wednesday, September 4, 2013.
Activists rallied against President Obama's call for a possible U.S. military attack in Syria at Market and Powell Street in San Francisco on Thursday, August 29. A march down Market Street followed. Listen to audio of numerous short speeches at the beginning of the rally. (19 minutes)
Welcome to this Week in Palestine, a service of the International Middle East Media Center, www.imemc.org, for August 24th to the 30th, 2013.
Complete Audio of the September 1, 2013 Show
Free Radio Santa Cruz, streaming live on freakradio.org (scroll down and click on RED OVAL atop picture of transmitter for streaming link).
From The Trenches is the monthly radio program of the Chicago Independent Media Center.
ON THE SHOW IN AUGUST 2013:
* ACTIVIST EFFORTS AGAINST REMOTE-CONTROLLED DRONE AIRPLANES GROW
Peace activists in Chicago and worldwide are increasing efforts to stopping the wartime and policing uses of remote controlled airplanes, commonly called "drones". We'll learn more about drones from Chicago peace activist Kait McIntyre.
* JOURNALIST ANDREW NIKIFORUK ON "THE ENERGY OF SLAVES"
The rebel terrorists have most to gain
Today the mainstream media are claiming that there has been a chemical attack by the Syrian government near Damascus even whilst an UN inspection team arrives. The reports have been conflicting with the initial reports claiming 280 victims and then later up-ing it to over 1,300 killed.
However, the claims are predominantly coming from the so called Free Syrian Army who are backed and funded by some of the despotic Gulf States, as well as Saudi Arabia and by the Western powers principally France, USA and UK. This same group is made up mercenaries of all kinds including members of Al Qaeda who want to turn the country backwards and bring in Sharia Law and just back in May 2013 the UN accused the Syrian rebels of using chemical weapons.
What is most telling though is that it makes absolutely no sense for the Syrian government to do this. In recent months they have retaken areas held by rebels and seem to have repelled several attack campaigns in the past two year. And France in particular as well as the other powers have been consistently in the last year being trying to throw the mud of chemical weapons and then chemical weapon attacks in a clear effort to force public opinion to back no-fly zones and from there total demolition of the country and invasion followed later by a pliant regime. The end game is to clear the way for an attack on Iran which the crazies have been pushing hard for many years.
The Bradley Manning Support Network contingent won the San Francisco Pride Parade's Best, "Absolutely Fabulous," Overall Contingent Award. The Support Network, which still used the name Bradley Manning at the time of the parade, has renamed itself the Private Manning Support Network since Bradley Manning announced that he is a woman and will from now on go by the name of Chelsea as he seeks hormone therapy.
Colombia Agricultural strike interview on KPFA settingthestandard
Lucho from Cinelatino interview about CINEMAS in SEPT. on Settingthestandard
BCfm’s weekly politics show: Richest 1000 people in Britain have each made an average of £35m out of 'financial crisis' in the last year 2012-2013 alone. Remploy sacking and Bedroom Tax ConDem Coalition vindictive financial mismanagement
This week, we continue our series of radio adaptations of the film, Counter Intelligence. Part 4, Necrophilous, includes a wide range of speakers who help us understand the murderous nature of US foreign policy. We conclude with a pointer to a classic Unwelcome Guests episode, episode 116, which questions the US government's story that Pearl Harbor was a surprise attack.
Institute for Policy Studies fellow Ajamu Baraka said that once one of the main organizers of the March on Washington said that no criticism of President Obama's administration would be allowed, it became a pep rally for the president and the Democratic Party.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo and Rwanda traded accusations of cross border weapons fire in North Kivu Province, after fighting resumed in Congo's North Kivu Province on Thursday. The UN Force Intervention Brigade says it's going on the offensive to help the Congolese army move Rwanda's M23 from their positions, but the AP reports that Goma residents, suspicious of UN motives, burned tires and chanted anti-UN Mission slogans on Saturday.
Welcome to this Week in Palestine, a service of the International Middle East Media Center, www.imemc.org, for August 17 to the 23, 2013