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Prison Radio Show: May 25, 2018, Segment 1

1 settimana ago
Catherine Latimer discusses how new laws in Canada as well as the use of police intelligence reports are being used to deport landed immigrants. She uses the governments case against Vincenzo DiMaria to make her point. Kelly L. Hernandez talks of past and present state colonialism in the USA. Mumia Abu Jamal uses excerpts from his book to show how slave trade in colonial times was state allowed, enforced and driven. This file also contains numerous news reports and an eclectic range of music.
Prison Radio CKUT

Global Research News Hour: Perspectives on Revolutions post 1917, Segment 1

1 settimana ago
This week, as part of the Global Research News Hour's special summer series, we air two talks from the University of Manitoba Geopolitical Economy Research Group's 2017 Revolutions Conference. Writer, trade union activist, self-described socialist, and editor of the site newcoldwar.org speaks on some of the mis-conceptions about the Russian revolution that have served to divide the Left 100 years later. He brings up the need for new class alliances to address climate change, and the role of revolution in resisting imperialist domination. Economist and Co-director of the Geopolitical Economy Research Group Alan Freeman speaks on the subject of Parties of Revolution, assessing the extent to which political parties create revolutions and the extent to which revolutions create political parties.
CKUW news

Taylor Report: Canada Day in Toronto, Moving Day in Montreal, 1867 and All That, Segment 1

1 settimana 1 giorno ago
In 1867, British North America was reconfigured as a Confederation, being rather independent yet with loyalties to the Empire. The old issue of French Canada (Quebec) remained unresolved. The Globe and Mail lately argued that final, true, independence came with the repatriation of the Constitution to Canada from the UK in 1982. Perhaps, though, it served only to exacerbate problems. Repatriation requires Quebec's assent. And no political party in Quebec has agreed to do so. Until that happens, Canada Day will always require an asterisk.
Anonymous

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 180713 Cold Steel Arms 2X, Segment 1

1 settimana 1 giorno ago
This week’s archive radio show starts right off with the Toothless Old Grandpa stealing my microphone! Where the hell can we go from there? Well — we from there to encouraging Thunderbolt listeners to go F%@# themselves! Next, we delineate both the problem of Ted Nugent and the solution to Ted Nugent not only all in the same neat concise package, but a package that Mr. Nugent himself wrapped up for me! (Rolling right along here now…) We discuss some political false flags, we garner the wisdom of the cosmos with The Wisdom of the Thunderbolt, we describe sine modern day bounty hunters — and for the finale we have an eye-opening expose on the conditions facing foster children in the United States. Many gigavolts of electrical zappage this week, Kids. Listeners should take common sense security precautions.
Dancing Angel Media

THE THUNDERBOLT: TB 180713 Cold Steel Arms 2X, Segment 1

1 settimana 1 giorno ago
This week’s archive radio show starts right off with the Toothless Old Grandpa stealing my microphone! Where the hell can we go from there? Well — we from there to encouraging Thunderbolt listeners to go F%@# themselves! Next, we delineate both the problem of Ted Nugent and the solution to Ted Nugent not only all in the same neat concise package, but a package that Mr. Nugent himself wrapped up for me! (Rolling right along here now…) We discuss some political false flags, we garner the wisdom of the cosmos with The Wisdom of the Thunderbolt, we describe sine modern day bounty hunters — and for the finale we have an eye-opening expose on the conditions facing foster children in the United States. Many gigavolts of electrical zappage this week, Kids. Listeners should take common sense security precautions.
Dancing Angel Media

The Alembic Files: The Anti-Federalists - Part Five, Segment 1

1 settimana 1 giorno ago
Centinel, in Letter no. 5, reiterates some key assertions from his previous papers. Centinel stresses that America is too large and diverse for a central, overarching government. He a states that that a key supporter of the federal plan, in a rare moment of candor, admitted that the new government would need to be foisted upon the population; that the people would need to be bullied or tricked into accepting it. Centinel further argues that the Constitution will mold the several states into one whole that will subjugate the citizenry.
A. L. Aric