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Global Research News Hour: (Repeat) The 5G Revolution: Human Guinea Pigs in Big Telecom’s Global Experiment, Segment 1

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(Repeat broadcast of May 10, 2019) This week's Global Research News Hour presents a review of some of the adverse health impacts associated with the new generation of Wireless networks, known as 5G. In the first half hour, Meg Sears PhD, Chair of Prevent Cancer Now, presents some of the solid peer-reviewed research on the known health risks of Wireless Technology that are being ignored or downplayed by Health Canada. In the second half hour, Patti Wood with the group Grassroots Environmental Education, talks about campaigns to warn the public about 5G, including the May 15th National Day of Action. Finally, we present an interview with Walt McGinnis, Victoria-based political activist, and citizen journalist, about some of the other little discussed aspects of this exotic technology. This last interview aired on the program Gorilla Radio on University of Victoria based CFUV 101.9FM hosed by Chris Cook.
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Global Research News Hour: (Repeat) Rwandan Genocide Revisited: Impunity for War Criminals that Serve Western Interests, Segment 1

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(Repeat broadcast of April 12, 2019 episode) On a week corresponding with the 25th anniversary of the start of the Rwandan genocide, the Global Research News Hour shines a light on research pointing to the under-examined crimes committed by the Tutsi-dominated Rwandan Patriotic Front before, during and after the infamous 100 day killing spree that claimed hundreds of thousands of African lives. Our guests include radio host and former International Criminal Tribunal on Rwanda investigator Phil Taylor, and the author of a recent book on the genocide detailing the RPF's involvement and complicity in mass murder: Judi Rever.
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Global Research News Hour: (Repeat) The War on Yugoslavia Twenty Years Later: NATO's First 'Humanitarian' War, Segment 1

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(Repeat broadcast of March 22, 2019 episode) This week's Global Research News Hour marks the 20th anniversary of NATO's 1999 bombing campaign against the former Yugoslavia with four expert interviews. Professor Michel Chossudovsky Professor of Economics and Founder Director of Centre for Research on Globalization provides the geopolitical and economic background for the war. Živadin Jovanović, provides his insights into the NATO attacks as the Minister of Foreign Affairs for the Federation of Yugoslavia during that time. James Bissett, a former Canadian Ambassador to Yugoslavia, explains his outspokenness against the war at the time and since, and outlines the new precedent it sets for the institutions of world order. Scott Taylor, former soldier, journalist and current publisher/editor of Esprit de Corps magazine relays his observations of what he saw and experienced on the ground during the war, and his assessment of the 'independent' status of the 'liberated' Kosovo.
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Tapes To Astonish: Walkuman Style #235, Segment 1

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(1.) Pinnache - Moka Only (2.) H.E.R. Love - Common ft. Daniel Caesar (3.) Swoop - Pitch 92 ft. The Four Owls and Jazz T (4.) Don't Get it Twisted - Josh Alias (5.) Eye See Jesus - Dango Forlaine (6.) Leaving You - Muneshine (7.) Make It Happen - Glad2Mecha & Ill Treats ft. Grand Puba (8.) Windows Down - The Good People ft. Tash (9.) La Guinda - The Deli, Jansport J & Es-K ft. Slim Jeff & Wezt MAAD (10.) Immaculate (remix) - Ol' Burger Beats ft. ScienZe and DJ Chali (11.) Voodoo - Mark Ski ft. J57 and Blame One (12.) Holdin' You Down - Last Jazz Club ft. Still Waters (13.) I Don't Write (*album and Whatevski Chill remix) - Touch & The Dirty Sample (14.) Ga$ Station Gucci Belt - Murs (15.) Nod Champa - Live Percenters (16.) Creep Wit Me - Black Moon (17.) Inside My Head - Sultan Mir (18.) Daily Bread (Morning and Afternoon Shift) - Obatron
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Global Research News Hour: (Repeat) Who Guards the Guardians? Newsguard, the Integrity Initiative & Other Threats to Independent Press, Segment 1

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(Repeat broadcast from February 8, 2019) This week's Global Research News Hour investigates some of the post 2016 mechanisms being implemented to restrict dissident news and analysis in the name of fighting fake news and 'foreign interference' in political affairs. Whitney Webb, author of a major expose on a neocon backed 'news rating agency' called Newsguard comes in to provide background on why independent media sites should be concerned about this organization. Our next guest, Patrick Henningsen, geopolitical analyst and founder of 21st Century Wire, expands on this 'Fake News Patrol' Trojan Horse by discussing social media partnerships with less than wholesome entities like the Atlantic Council, introduces listeners to something called the Integrity Initiative headquartered in Great Britain which continues the mission of protecting democratic processes from Russian influence, and points to the hazards he sees in a Canadian government initiative proposing to protect elections from foreign (Russian) meddling.
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Global Research News Hour: (Repeat) Power Play: The U.S. and Canada back a Coup in Venezuela, Segment 1

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(Repeat broadcast of February 8, 2019 episode). On a week when the U.S., Canada and other world powers are recognizing an opposition politician and not the democratically elected Nicolas Maduro as the legitimate president of Venezuela, the Global Research News Hour examines the internal and external forces attempting to undermine the democratically elected government of Venezuela, their motives and what the future holds for the Bolivarian Republic. Our guests include Lucas Koerner, a Caracas-based staff writer with Venezuelanalysis.com, Radhika Desai, Professor of Political Studies and member of the Winnipeg Venezuela Peace Committee, and Nino Pagliccia, Vancouver-based Venezuelan-Canadian, writer and activist.
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This Way Out: Australia’s Queer Archives + global LGBTQ news + more!, Segment 1

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Aussies archive queer life chronicles; a lesbian lyricist lifts U.S. patriotism in a “Rainbow Minute”; the top U.S. court will consider LGBTQ job rights, a gay Tunisian activist runs for president, Polish officials probe the firing of a homophobic IKEA worker, a threatened tour guide cancels a queer Ethiopian excursion, a Pride brew supports tear-gassed Turkish activists, and more LGBTQ news from around the world!
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Global Research News Hour: (Repeat) The Real Reason Behind Canada's Arrest of Chinese Tech Executive Meng Wanzhou, Segment 1

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(Repeat broadcast from December 21, 2018) This week's Global Research News Hour delves into the US extradition request of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou and the decision by Canada to detain her. First guest Professor Michel Chossudovsky believes the detention is related to a call by the Five Eyes Alliance of intelligence agencies to block Huawei from gaining ground in the international market for its 5G technology. We then speak with esteemed international criminal lawyer Christopher Black Canada's role in the detention and rationale behind the detention of Canadians in China. Finally, Ron Unz of the Unz Review elaborates on his belief that the U.S. has an achilles heel that if exploited could compel Canada to release of Ms. Meng right away.
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Global Research News Hour: (Repeat) Conspiracy and Cover-up: The Secret Origins of World War One, Segment 1

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(Repeat broadcast of Nov. 23, 2018 episode) On this week's Global Research News Hour, we continue our alternative coverage of the centenary of the end of World War One with an extensive interview with researcher Gerry Docherty, who has authored two books detailing the origins of the 'war to end all wars' not in an assassination in Sarajevo, but in a secret cabal of British financial elites looking to secure and extend the Empire. Docherty elaborates on his thesis in part one. In part two, Rick Rozoff, anti-war activist and journalist and manager of the STOP NATO list-serve shares his perspectives on the November 11 gathering of World leaders and their commemoration of the end of World War One. He also shares his thoughts about current global trends and the prospects of another major powers conflict in the near future.
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Global Research News Hour: (Repeat) The Canadian Left as Agent of War and Empire: A Conversation with Yves Engler, Segment 1

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(Repeat broadcast of October 5, 2018 episode) On this week's Global Research News Hour, the noted critic of Canadian foreign policy and special guest interviewer Paul Graham explore reason why established left of centre groups that challenge corporate power within Canada end up promoting and defending corporate power interests abroad, including military interventions. This contradictory reality forms the basis of his latest book: Left, Right: Marching to the Beat of Imperial Canada.
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New World Notes: #592 -- Climate Crisis (Methane), Segment 1

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A fine audio collage by Chazk / Virtual Renderings. In several passages, veteran climate activist David Wasdell explains why global warming is not only getting worse but getting worse at an increasingly faster rate. Disaster looms. Spun around Wasdell's lecture are movie clips, songs, comedy routines, and whatnot from artists including Firesign Theater, George Carlin, Lee Camp, Al Gore, Natalie Merchant, and several others. Slightly condensed; suitable for airplay.
Kenneth Dowst

New World Notes: #592 -- Climate Crisis (Methane), Segment 1

1 week 1 day ago
A fine audio collage by Chazk / Virtual Renderings. In several passages, veteran climate activist David Wasdell explains why global warming is not only getting worse but getting worse at an increasingly faster rate. Disaster looms. Spun around Wasdell's lecture are movie clips, songs, comedy routines, and whatnot from artists including Firesign Theater, George Carlin, Lee Camp, Al Gore, Natalie Merchant, and several others. Slightly condensed; suitable for airplay.
Kenneth Dowst