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EXCLUSIVE! Isaac Kappy Sets The Record Straight!

Hollywood personality Isaac Kappy joins Jason Bermas of WeAreChange for his definitive interview in order to set the record straight regarding the allegations he has made over the last several weeks. As we make our way through his first-hand knowledge of abuse going on in Hollywood, we also give context to some of the other allegations circulating on the internet and amongst social circles. Join WeAreChange for this hour-long exclusive interview.

BREAKING: Failed U.S Raid Cover Up Exposed By Survivor Who Lost 11 Family Members

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on a failed U.S raid that was covered up but exposed by this interview, from a person who lost 11 of his family members during it. This is an important story about Africa and the world as it sheds truth that the media won&;t admit to.

What You’re Not Supposed To Know About Healing Mushrooms

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news on healing mushrooms with an interview with Dennis Mckenna. Dennis Jon McKenna is an American ethnopharmacologist, research pharmacognosist, lecturer and author. He is the brother of well-known medicinal proponent Terence McKenna and is a founding board member and the director of ethnopharmacology at the Heffter Research Institute.

Max Keiser’s Major Bitcoin Revelation! Plus Russian Meddling In Mexican Elections

In this video, Luke Rudkowski of WeAreChange gives you the latest breaking news with an interview with Max Keiser, his major bitcoin revelation and the news of his Russian meddling in the Mexican election. We also go over important banking financial news, central banking news and a lot more.

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Interview accordée à Fouad Bahri pour le journal Zaman France

Fouad Bahri : Comment devient-on Personne ? Personne : en renonçant à être "quelqu'un" et en épousant la cause qui échappe à Monsieur-tout-le-monde. Fouad Bahri : Quelle cause ? Personne : non pas la cause efficiente qui nous fait faire ce qu'on fait mais la cause finale pour laquelle on fait ce qu'on fait. À chaque fois que je bouge un doigt, je suis censée me demander : dans quel but et pour quelle fin je le bouge ? Fouad Bahri : c'est un peu paralysant, non ?

The Militarization of American Public Schools

DC on BFP &; John Whitehead joins Guillermo to discuss how zero-tolerance policies in public schools have criminalized an entire generation of young students, and trained them how to live in a police state. We also touch on the case of Ahmed Mohamed, and explain how his story has been largely misrepresented in the media.

RadioWHO: El Chapo Escape “Conspiracy Theories”

RadioWHO &; "If you think you know what’s going on in Mexico, you’re misinformed." With questions mounting over the prison escape of Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, and the Mexican government’s credibility at an all-time low, speculative theories have flooded the internet, from the believable to the ... not so much.

Demanufacturing Consent: ISIS in Texas?

DC on BFP &; Tom Secker joins Guillermo to discuss the shooting in Garland, Texas allegedly carried out by the Islamic State (ISIS): the questionable circumstances, heightened security, FBI foreknowledge and years-long surveillance of one of the alleged shooters, and the potential for it to have been a "Gladio-style" false flag event.

RadioWHO: Shawn Carrie on Baltimore’s Civil Unrest and the Violation of Civil Liberties

RadioWHO &; Shawn Carrie, a journalist based in New York, shares his story of covering the Baltimore riots and being shot in the head by a police pepperball and then arrested and held without charge. Carrie recounts how Baltimore police were quick to remind him that under a State of Emergency your rights "go out the window."

RadioWHO: Rebecca Gordon on America’s Longest-Running War

RadioWHO &; Rebecca Gordon joins Guillermo to discuss her TomDispatch article: “Can You Say 'Blowback' in Spanish? The Failed War on Drugs in Mexico and the United States.” Given the money at stake, and the cyclical nature of “policy failures,” can this truly be called “blowback,” or is something more?

Demanufacturing Consent: Does Your Vote Really Matter?

DC on BFP &; Sheldon Richman joins Guillermo to discuss the issue of voting. Is it a duty or a right? Should it be mandatory, as President Obama would like? Are there candidates out there worth voting for? And does any of it really matter, or do these good intentions actually serve to legitimize an inherently corrupt system?

Mexicoleaks: The Answer to Mexico’s Narco-Politics Nightmare?

DC on BFP &; Danny Benavides joins us to discuss the launch of a new Wikileaks-style project in Mexico called "Mexicoleaks": we go over the project's goals, why its been introduced, who's involved, their source of funding, and why we remain skeptical about the operation in the "post-Snowden" age.

Diego Quemada-Díez on the American Dream’s “Golden Cage”

RadioWHO &; Diego Quemada-Díez joins Guillermo to discuss his award-winning film "La Jaula De Oro," coming to US audiences in the summer of 2015 on HBO as "The Golden Dream." The film raises powerful and timely issues dealing with US immigration and drug policy, as well as political interventions in Latin America.

Cultural Warfare and Free Speech: A Roundtable Discussion

ClandesTime 47 &; Tom Secker, Pearse Redmond, and Guillermo Jimenez discuss three recent examples of the crossover of popular culture and politics: the film The Interview, the attack on Charlie Hedbo magazine in Paris, and American Sniper. We talked about how the popular dialogue around these events has diluted and degraded...

Silk Road and the Trial for Internet Freedom

DC on BFP &; Derrick Broze joins Guillermo to discuss the federal trial of Ross Ulbricht, the alleged "Dread Pirate Roberts" and mastermind behind the Silk Road marketplace on the Deep Web. We also touch on the philosophy of the Silk Road, why Ross Ulbricht deserves to be freed, and what this case means for the future of internet freedom.

Sony Hack and the Rise of Digital False Flags

DC on BFP &; Tom Secker joins us to discuss the various theories circulating around the Sony hack, who may have ultimately been responsible, and why North Korea is the least likely of culprits. We also explain what the US government has to gain from pinning the attack on the North Koreans, despite their flimsy evidence.

American Psychological Association Complicit in CIA Torture

DC on BFP &; Dr. Roy Eidelson joins us to explain the role of psychologists, and the complicity of the American Psychological Association, in CIA torture. We discuss the "architect" of the CIA's torture program, James Mitchell, the theory of "learned helplessness," and the role of the media and pop culture in the normalization of torture.

RadioWHO Podcast: CIA Crack Kingpin Freeway Rick Ross

RadioWHO &; "Freeway" Rick Ross joins Guillermo Jimenez on the RadioWHO podcast to discuss life before, during, and after the CIA drug game. Rick talks openly about growing up in poverty, struggles with illiteracy, and what led him down the path to become a $3 million-a-day Los Angeles crack dealer with hidden CIA support.

Reorganizing Mexico’s Narco Chessboard

PPR Episode 32 &; Pearse Redmond, host of Porkins Policy Radio, interviews TOR's Danny Benavides on the mass disappearance in Iguala, narco-cartel reorganization and the prospect for a “Mexican Spring.” The conversation begins with Danny explaining what actually transpired last September near the city of Iguala...

After Aytozinapa, Is Mexico on the Verge of Revolution?

Reality Bytes Radio &; Neil Foster, host of Reality Bytes Radio, talks to Traces of Reality's Guillermo Jimenez and Danny Benavides about Mexico's narco state, the forced disappearance of the normalistas from the Ayotzinapa school in Guerrero, the wave of civil unrest and what may lie ahead for the troubled nation.

The State Kills with Impunity in the Land of the Free

DC on BFP &; Aaron Cantú details the case of Eric Garner, the 43-year-old father of six who NYPD officer Daniel Pantaleo choked to death last July; the failings of the grand jury system in both the Garner case and Michael Brown in Ferguson; and why police are the "most violent parts of white supremacy distilled down to human form."

RadioWHO Podcast: Hollywood’s Most Unique Agent

RadioWHO &; Paul Alan Smith joins us to discuss why he left a lucrative job at one of Hollywood’s most influential agencies to found his own company, and shares his perspectives on the way Hollywood shapes American culture, the media's role in "democracy," and the establishment's last word on Hollywood productions.

“The CIA Has Become the Phoenix”

DC on BFP &; Douglas Valentine, CIA expert and author of The Phoenix Program, joins us to discuss the "sweeping organizational changes" proposed for the agency, how its counter-terrorism and counter-insurgency tactics have invaded nearly every law enforcement department in the country, including local police.

Are We Serious about Ending the Drug War, or Just Blowing Smoke?

DC on BFP &; Phillip Smith of StoptheDrugWar.org joins us to discuss the four pending marijuana legalization initiatives on the ballot this November, and what the odds are of ending prohibition across the country in the foreseeable future.

The Iguala Massacre: Why Were 43 Mexican Students Disappeared?

DC on BFP &; Andalusia Knoll joins us to discuss the suspected massacre of students from the Raúl Isidro Burgos Rural Teachers College of Ayotzinapa in the state of Guerrero, Mexico. We clear up the misinformation in the US media, explain these students were targeted, and explore how this fits into the bigger picture of Mexico's US-led drug war.

“All Enemies Foreign and Domestic”

DC on BFP &; Shahid Buttar explains why the greatest threats to liberty in the United States are not foreign, but domestic and found within our own government, and why the NSA could be said to have found a "political ally" in the Islamic State. Also: potential solutions, reactions from Ferguson, racial profiling, and much more.

War and Empire: The Instruments of 21st-Century Tyranny

DC on BFP &; Abby Hall joins us this week to discuss her article "Perfecting Tyranny: Foreign Intervention as Experimentation in State Control." We discuss the "boomerang effect" and how war and the expansion of the American empire have given rise to the police and surveillance state in the United States.

What’s In Those 28 Pages?

DC on BFP &; Doug Owen joins us this week to discuss the latest round of US military aggression in Iraq, why the "war fatigued" American public appear to be largely in favor of the attack, and what it has to do with September 11, 2001. We also talk about the importance of the ongoing 28 Pages campaign, and much more.

Sibel Edmonds Speaks Truth Through Fiction in ‘The Lone Gladio’

TOR Radio &; Sibel Edmonds discuss her new book, a novel, called The Lone Gladio. Sibel explains why she chose a "fictional drama" as the vehicle to tell this story, the inspiration for the various interesting characters, and many of the book's larger themes: Operation Gladio, black ops, government corruption, and the Deep State.

Hector Cubillos on the Truth about Laredo’s Killer Cops

TOR Radio .1 &; Hector Cubillos joins Guillermo and Danny to discuss the police killing of Jose Walter Garza that took place on August 30, in Laredo, Texas. Hector has now interviewed two witnesses that confirm police are lying about what actually took place in the moments before they killed Garza.

Fear and Fake Journalism: Is the ISIS Propaganda Working?

DC on BFP &; Pearse Redmond joins us to discuss the dubious connections between fake journalist "turned freedom fighter" Matthew Van Dyke and alleged ISIS victims James Foley and Steven Sotloff; the bullshit rumor that ISIS is operating on the US-Mexico border, and how and why this fear-based propaganda has taken hold of the so-called alternative

Demanufacturing Consent: “Humanitarian” Wars for Imperial Dreams

DC on BFP &; Daniel McAdams gives us his take on the current situation in Iraq and Syria, as the US war machine prepares for another full-on military invasion. Was the James Foley video staged? Given Foley worked for USAID until at least 2010, could he have been more than just a journalist?

RadioWHO Podcast: Counterinsurgency in the USA with Douglas Lucas

RadioWHO &; Douglas Lucas joins us to discuss how the the drug war on the Mexican border has morphed into an all-out counterinsurgency war, how its effects extend beyond the border, and what these counterinsurgency tactics have to do with the militarized police in Ferguson, Missouri and throughout the United States.

Les infos dont on parle peu n°70 (21 août 2014)

Nous mettons à votre disposition toutes les semaines quelques informations passées inaperçues dans nos médias ou sorties de leurs contextes, mais qui peuvent être importantes. Les infos dont on parle peu (21 août 2014) par agenceinfolibre Nos liens : Infos internationales Les menaces sanglantes de l’État Islamique aux États-Unis (pour public averti) Libération des

Demanufacturing Consent: Counterinsurgency Wars – From Gaza to Ferguson

DC on BFP &; Kevin Gosztola joins us to discuss the ongoing situation in Ferguson, Missouri, the killing of Michael Brown, and the larger issues of police accountability and incremental militarization. We also go over the similarities in counterinsurgency and paramilitary tactics in play both in Ferguson and Gaza.

They Live, We Sleep: Corbett and Jimenez on John Carpenter’s 1988 Classic

FLNWO &; James Corbett talks to Guillermo Jimenez about “They Live,” John Carpenter’s surprisingly prescient 1988 film about a society hypnotized and controlled by an alien species that cannot be seen directly. We discuss the film as a metaphor for the modern day “truth movement."

Demanufacturing Consent: Bill Conroy on Journalistic Authenticity

DC on BFP &; Bill Conroy shares his story of a 20-year career in journalism, why he started writing for Narco News, why he resigned his position at the San Antonio Business Journal, his relationship with Gary Webb, and what it means to be an "authentic journalist."

Demanufacturing Consent: Rebecca Gordon on Why Torture Still Matters

DC on BFP &; Rebecca Gordon, a philosophy teacher at the University of San Francisco and author of the book Mainstreaming Torture: Ethical Approaches in the Post-9/11 United States, joins us to discuss why institutionalized torture remains relevant in the "post-Bush era" of the United States.

Demanufacturing Consent: Sheldon Richman on Open Borders and the Politics of Walls

DC on BFP &; Sheldon Richman joins us to explain why the US government has no moral authority to round up human beings, house them in "detention centers," and ship them off to countries that in many cases the U.S. helped destroy. Also: the moral and economic arguments for open borders and freedom of movement.

Demanufacturing Consent: Peter Van Buren on Iraq, ISIS, and the Ghost of Tom Joad

DC on BFP &; Peter Van Buren joins us to discuss his time in Iraq working for the State Department in 2009, what he saw, and why he blew the whistle. We discuss the complex situation on the ground, the US-trained and funded bogeymen ISIS, the disastrous consequences of US intervention, and much more.

Jack Blood Interviews Guillermo Jimenez on Deadline Live

Jack Blood Show &; Guillermo Jimenez joins Jack Blood on his live radio show to discuss immigration, the US-Mexico border, the drug war, destabilization in Latin America, the militarization of local police in the United States, culture revolutions, music, art, and much more.