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A philosophical, reflective, show this week mixing analysis, poetry and eyewitness testimony. Author Morris Berman likens most of the US population to prisoners in Plato's Cave, nurse Cathy Breen describes her experience of traveling to Iraq just before the US started bombing in 2003, and Peter Dale Scott discusses and reads his poetry on a lifetime's struggle to resist war.
Welcome to this Week in Palestine, a service of the International Middle East Media Center, www.imemc.org, for September 14th to the 20th, 2013.
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Israeli soldiers invaded various areas in the occupied West Bank, killed one Palestinian and broke into dozens of homes, and searched them, and kidnapped nine Palestinians, the details are coming up, stay tuned.
This week, a radio adaptation of Drone Nation, the last part of Scott Noble's Counter Intelligence film, which begins by noting that the under the NDAA, the US president has claimed the power to kill anyone, any time, without notice. It traces the logic back from US drone attacks which trialled the same amorality abroad, but notes that US skies are increasingly populated by drones from the FBI, Police Forces or other government agencies. Next, a talk by Medea Benjamin, author of "Drone Warfare: Killing By Remote Control", followed by a keynote speech from Glenn Greenwald at a Civil Liberties conference.
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.