Ole posited that false flag attacks may not be the only acts of terror instigated by the global elite. He noted that many serial killers and mass murderers may have been used to get rid of inconvenient individuals who had somehow attracted the attention of the insidious cabal.
Sherwood was just tremendous this month. His segment was “About Imperial Fairy Tales” and he started with a look at how Japanese textbooks did not mention the Rape of Nanking and like atrocities. But then he noted that similar details were omitted from U.S. history books, for example the 200,000 Philippine civilians killed from disease and deprivation caused by the American takeover of the Phillipines in 1902 or the murder of 250,000 innocent Japanese civilians by Harry Truman and the U.S. Air Corps. Yet the details of crimes against the United States are prominent in the texts. Following Sherwood’s prepared column we had an impromptu discussion of where he was during World War II and what he thought about possible advance knowledge by FDR of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
Mickey and I discussed the upcoming People’s Climate March in NYC, and how it’s been coopted by corporate interests, tamed by police, and diverted away from the U.N. Summit. I told him more about the other climate march, the Great March for Climate Action, whose members have been walking all the way across the country in an incredible show of dedication to their cause.
Chuck Gregory and Mike Palecek
I opened the show with “Try to Remember” and went on to express my beliefs about assorted events such as 9/11, Sandy Hook, and the moon landings. I’m not totally convinced of the explanations we often offer on this show; yet I’m not at all convinced by the explanations the government offers. And so I keep an open mind, evaluating all the evidence no matter who supplies it, and I urge others to do the same.
Mike and I did a great assortment of segments:
- The Lives Of The Cowboys
- The 9/11 Museum and the Museum For Democracy
- Triple-Secret Orange Alert Announcement from the U.S Dept. of Homeland Security, Walmart and Martha Stewart
- The Lake Wobegon American Dream Naptime Story
- Another episode of “The Lives Of The Cowboys”
- Propaganda (as defined by Harold Lasswell and used today)
- A review of today’s news
- CLG: Former CIA contractor Steven Kelley says that the ISIL terrorist group is a completely fabricated enemy created and funded by the United States
- CLG: 9/11 Film Festival Oakland Grand Lake Theater
- TNR: Three men arrested protesting “dead-ication” of new Kansas city nuclear weapons parts plant
- Notes we have been receiving from listeners … by email, chat room, telephone, telepathy and telegraph
- Christopher in Green Hedges, on the climate change march, the UN summit, and the sacrifice zones where corporate capitalism holds total, unchallenged power
- The News from Mount Liberty, where Charlie Johnson is finding his way around his new quarters in the insane asylum and meets fellow inmate John-Who Damn Lennon
Born and raised in Astoria, Queens, Mickey Z. has been a vegan since 1995 and is probably the only person on the planet to have appeared in both a political book with Noam Chomsky and a karate flick with Billy Blanks.
Armed only with a high school diploma, Mickey is the author of 12 books and has spoken and lectured in venues ranging from MIT to ABC No Rio, from Yale University to Occupy Free University.
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Sherwood Ross has worked for the Chicago News Service, also as a columnist for Reuters. He has also been a media consultant to colleges, law schools, labor unions, and to the editors of more than 100 national magazines.
Sherwood was on our first show on February 3, 2011, and is a monthly columnist for the first week of each month.
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Co-founder and co-host of the show, Chuck lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida with his wife Lorraine and their pet rat Lucy.
Chuck has done the engineering for the show since June 2012 when we moved to Blog Talk Radio from our first host, Black Op Radio. His first activism was in the late ’60s when groups from Friends Central School went to Washington for several Marches, both for Civil Rights and against the Vietnam War.
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Co-founder and co-host of the show, Mike Palecek is a writer who lives in Saginaw, Minnesota, west of Duluth.
He is a former federal prisoner for peace; was the Iowa Democratic Party candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives, 5th District in the 2000 election, gaining 65,000 votes on an anti-war platform in a conservative district; is a former award winning reporter, editor, publisher in Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota.
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