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RURAL WAR ROOM RADIO: Toledo Tallulah Show Pt 4, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
Forth hour of Rural War Room's weekly radio broadcast 7pm central time from KABF 88.3 FM Little Rock, Arkansas, for at least four hours. Also on KAOS Radio Austin, Texas; KTHS Radio Hot Springs, Ar; KBOG Radio Bandon, Oregon; KOCF Radio, Vernan, Oregon; and others. Details on the international works of Rural War Room - Instagram, Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Soundcloud, Google+, Tumblr, ReverbNation, others. Buy albums by the Rural War Room cyberband + other acts on the RWR Label on AppleMusic & Amazon. http://www.RuralWarRoom.com @ruralwarroom
Rural War Room

Taylor Report: Myanmar Soldier Kidnapping part of Propaganda Operation, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
Because Myanmar has refused to alienate itself from China, all kinds of games are being played against it. Recently, 2 Myanmar soldiers were transferred by the Arekon Army to the Hague. This is an illegal process that denies the rights of these soldiers, despite the applause of Bob Rae and the CBC. An American-sponsored publication called "Fortify Rights" has been one of the main cheerleaders of this action. The UN rapporteur on Myanmar, former U.S. Congressman Thomas Andrews, happens to be a member of that group. This is all very crooked, and people can see it.
Anonymous

9-11 Wake-Up Call: OCTOBER 7, 2020 9-11 & COVID & ID2020 & AGENDA 2030, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
On this show you'll hear the last part of the speech given by Kevin Ryan as part of the Northern California 2020 9/11 Film Festival (archived at www.noliesradio.com That will be followed by a look at the CDC with a excerpt of an interview RFK Jr. did on RT on the Rick Sanchez show in January of 2020 and that will be followed by a brief discussion of Agenda ID 2020 and Agenda 2020. Cheryl will read from 2 new books: When China Sneezes, edited by Cynthia McKinney, and Oneness VS the 1% , by Vandana Shiva.
Cheryl

Sea Change Radio: Dan Dicker: Turning Oil Green, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
n the words of the late US Senator Everett Dirksen, “the oil can is mightier than the sword.” Whether it is mightier than the COVID-19 virus remains to be seen, however. This week on Sea Change Radio, we welcome back energy expert Dan Dicker to talk his new book, Turning Oil Green. Dicker views oil companies and oil-rich countries like Saudi Arabia through an unexpectedly nuanced and sanguine lens as we discuss the role they may play in our energy future. We also delve into the current state of the fracking industry in the US and how the global pandemic has affected the fossil fuel industry.
Sea Change Radio

Taylor Report: The War Measures Act of 1970: A Political Disgrace Based on Lies, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
On the 50th Anniversary of the War Measures Act, Phil interviews Robin Philpot, publisher (Baraka Books) of "Pierre Trudeau's Darkest Hour - War Measures 1970." The book is a stunning revelation of hitherto private memoirs and testimonies that show that, far from Pierre Trudeau's claim of responding to an "apprehended insurrection" in Quebec, Trudeau deliberately and cynically set out to criminalize the sovereigntist movement in Quebec, particularly Rene Levesque's Parti Quebecois. The victims of Trudeau's War Measures Act were the occupants of 36,000 homes in Quebec that were raided in the early hours of an October day in 1970; the 500 political activists, labour leaders and artists arrested in the roundup and held in jail for months; and the people of Quebec whose territory was occupied by 12,500 federal troops. As then-NDP leader Tommy Douglas correctly stated at the time, it was "overkill on a gargantuan basis."
Anonymous

TUC Radio: Fast Food World - TUC personal archive - Two of Two, Segment 2

3 meses 1 semana ago
Fast Food World was organized by Orville Schell, Dean of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, and professor of journalism Michael Pollan. They had invited an international panel. The goal of Fast Food World was to examine the economic, social and health aspects of worldwide food production and the role of food industries in promoting or destroying human welfare. The first speaker is Eric Schlosser, author of Fast Food Nation, followed by Vandana Shiva from India, activist and author of Monocultures of the Mind and Biopiracy. Also present and participating in the discussion, whether it is even still possible to feed the huge world population with healthy food are: Wendell Berry from Kentucky, farmer and poet - and author of The Unsettling of America, and Carlo Petrini from Italy, President and Founder of Slow Food International. Fast Food World took place on November 24, 2003.
Maria Gilardin

TUC Radio: Fast Food World - TUC personal archive - Two of Two, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
Fast Food World was organized by Orville Schell, Dean of UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, and professor of journalism Michael Pollan. They had invited an international panel. The goal of Fast Food World was to examine the economic, social and health aspects of worldwide food production and the role of food industries in promoting or destroying human welfare. The first speaker is Eric Schlosser, author of Fast Food Nation, followed by Vandana Shiva from India, activist and author of Monocultures of the Mind and Biopiracy. Also present and participating in the discussion, whether it is even still possible to feed the huge world population with healthy food are: Wendell Berry from Kentucky, farmer and poet - and author of The Unsettling of America, and Carlo Petrini from Italy, President and Founder of Slow Food International. Fast Food World took place on November 24, 2003.
Maria Gilardin

This Week In Palestine: Walter Hixson on the history and structure of the Israeli lobby, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
This week we continue our examination of the Israeli Lobby which, for decades has distorted both the Israeli and Palestinian narrative to advance Israel’s colonization of Palestine. Its enormous power was manifested this past week when it pressured Facebook, Zoom and ultimately YouTube to deny their platforms to broadcast a pro Palestinian forum at San Francisco University. Backed by millions of dollars of funding, the Israeli Lobby has established a stranglehold on US Institutions of government, which historically have helped establish and continue to fund Israel’s colonial project and their creation of a discriminatory, Apartheid society on Palestinian land. Today we feature Akron University professor Walter Hixson, who has studied and written about the Lobby over the past couple of decades putting the issue in context at the Palestine Center in Washington, DC. It begins with the introduction of Walter Hixson by the Center's executive director, Mohammed Mohammed.
Truth & Justice Radio (WZBC)

This Way Out: Biden, Barrett and Burlesque + global LGBTQ news!, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
Star of stage and screen Stan Munro fondly remembers Australia’s now golden “Les Girls”; the first U.S. presidential debate descends into chaos; U.S. rights gains are threatened by Trump’s Supreme Court pick; the E.U. leads a global outcry against rising Polish homophobia, a Belizean anti-bias bill is crucified by the religious right, faith-based lawsuits attack Virginia’s queer-protective non-discrimination laws, and more global LGBTQ news!
Lucia Chappelle

WHFM: Herman's Radio & Record Room #9, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
My dad Herman Frederick Moe was a radio & TV repairman and electrician, a country & western "cowboy singer" and rustic guitar player. He performed in the late 1930’s on live radio before he enlisted in World War II as a radio-telephone technician. This show is my homage to him. My father loved the other side of radio as well – the listening side – it kept him company during many lonesome nights in the 30’s, 40’s, 50’s & 60's. From my imagination to your ears – it’s WHFM – vintage music from mid century America. This is music that I believe he would have enjoyed.
Frederick Moe

Latin Waves : interviews Jorge Marti COVID19, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
The current coronavirus pandemic is more than a medical crisis, it is also a political and ideological crisis. It is a crisis deeply rooted in years of neglect by neoliberal governments that denied the importance of public health and the public good while defunding the institutions and decades of austerity. Latin Waves host Sylvia Richardson speaks with Jorge Marti about government’s response to the coronavirus in Western countries, the impact of decades of austerity and neoliberalism policies on health institutions. This pandemic is a call for an end to all sanctions, causing needless death.
latinwaves@gmail.com

Radio Ecoshock Show: Worse Than What You Heard, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
Even during the pandemic, strange heat waves roil the sea and set the Poles to melt. 5.9 degrees C. of warming by 2100 - and 8 foot sea level rise! From the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research new science with Professor Ricarda Winkelmann. From the University of Bern Switzerland, a new understanding of marine heat waves with Dr. Christine Laufkotter.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Worse Than What You Heard, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
Even during the pandemic, strange heat waves roil the sea and set the Poles to melt. 5.9 degrees C. of warming by 2100 - and 8 foot sea level rise! From the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research new science with Professor Ricarda Winkelmann. From the University of Bern Switzerland, a new understanding of marine heat waves with Dr. Christine Laufkotter.
Alex Smith

Radio Ecoshock Show: Worse Than What You Heard, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
Even during the pandemic, strange heat waves roil the sea and set the Poles to melt. 5.9 degrees C. of warming by 2100 - and 8 foot sea level rise! From the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research new science with Professor Ricarda Winkelmann. From the University of Bern Switzerland, a new understanding of marine heat waves with Dr. Christine Laufkotter.
Alex Smith

Indigenous in Music with Larry K: Samantha Crain in our Spotlight Interview (Folk) Hour 1, Segment 1

3 meses 1 semana ago
Welcome to Indigenous in Music! This week our guest comes to us from the Norman, Oklahoma, she is a singer, songwriter and producer. She currently holds the title for best rock album at the 2019 Indigenous Music Awards. Samantha Crain is here to tell us about her new album “A Small Death,” find out all about her on his homepage at samanthacrain.com. Music from Samantha Crain, Darren Geffre, Sober Junkie, nehiyawak, Soda Stereo, Systema Solar, QVLN, Twin Flames, STOiK, Mimi O'Bonsawin, Mike Paul, Irv Lyons Jr, Locos Por Juana, Carsen Gray, Julian Taylor Band, The Groovalottos, DJ Bitman, Kinky, Ana Tijoux, Ozomatli, Nahko and Medicine for the People, Thiaguinho, Novalima, Shauit, Nancy Sanchez, STOiK, Jamie Prado, Brianna Lea Pruitt, Khu.eex and much much more. If you love our show, you can make a donation now, show your support for US and our Musicians....Visit us on our music page at http://indigenousinmusic.com/make-a-donation. We are a non-profit, section 501(c)(3).
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