News roundup and an interview with Frank Legge
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In this week's show we begin with a roundup of breaking news within Australia and around the world.
Some of the topics covered include Julian Assange's bid for asylum in Ecuador, the ongoing hostilities against Syria, and the collusion of Amnesty International in spreading disinformation and war propaganda.
In the second hour John Bursill interviews Dr Frank Legge on his 9/11 research and recent papers published in the Journal of 9/11 Studies.
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David Chandler and John Bursill address the fringes of the truth movement
Today John Bursill takes the helm as guest host.
John is joined by two excellent guests who have become known within the 9/11 Truth Movement as two of it's most wise and reasonable voices. We warmly welcome Ken Jenkins in the first hour and David Chandler in the second. Also we are very lucky be joined by film maker and expert on the Oklahoma City Bombing Chris Emery.
On today's show John takes a look a the current state of the 9/11 Movement and the evidence that conspiracy paranoia and unfounded theories are taking back ground within the alternative media circles and bloggs.
John Bursill: "Many highly dedicated and educated advocates have provided so much solid evidence that the official account of 9/11 is false, it would be a shame for that work to now be destroyed in the public by outspoken uneducated folks simply because they decide their opinion is more important to be heard than facts and the science."
I hope you enjoy the show!
Exposing the criminal injustice system with George Georgios
In today's show we are joined in the first hour by Josh Jackson from Germany. We cover the fiscal crisis in Europe and Josh gives us some interesting insights.
In the second hour George Georgios returns to talk about the systemic injustice and corruption within the criminal justice system. George has many insights into this subject based on in depth interviews with both prison inmates and judicial authorities.
Some news stories covered in this show include the shocking news from New Zealand that the courts now have been given control of the reproductive rights of women, with powers to issue a blanket ban on having babies to women deemed to be at risk of harming or neglecting their offspring.
We also take a critical look at recent news on the Carbon Tax, with the Climate Change Minister, Greg Combet, stating that the Carbon Tax is "here to stay".
Short, powerful video explains why we must oppose body scanners in Australia
This excellent video was produced by the video production company Koozzoo for Civil Liberties Australia.
Slaughtered families in Houla were supporters of the Syrian government
BBC's Newsnight last night interviewed a London based Syrian businessman who stated that the families murdered by terrorists in Houla were supporters of the Syrian government, not the opposition.
If correct this would make it highly unlikely that the narrative pushed by the mainstream media is true, and suggests the opposite is the case: the atrocity was committed not by the Assad regime but by the insurgents, supported by NATO, Al Qaeda and the gulf arab dictators, and reported to be covertly armed by Turkey's Muslim Brotherhood linked government.
The official story of the Houla massacre has changed substantially since it first broke, with unconfirmed reports from insurgents (routinely described on the BBC as activists). Version one, corroborated by at least one BBC corespondent, had it that the victims were killed by heavy weapons of the Syrian army. Version two was that villagers had been randomly killed by militias sponsored by the Assad government. Version three, the current version, concedes that most of the victims came from a few extended families.
It should not be difficult to establish who the families were loyal to: the insurgents or the Syrian government. The Syrian businessman on Newsnight stated they were related to an MP elected in recent elections which the insurgents have boycotted.
It was not clear whether the information from the Syrian businessman was expected in this live TV show. The potential bombshell was ignored by hawkish presenter Gavin Essler and high profile warmonger Paul Wolfovitz, who demanded a military attack on Syria. A UN spokesman refused Essler's invitation to confirm that the Houla victims were killed by Syrian government forces.
If we now hear less and less about the massacre with no further details, many will conclude that the prima facie suspects for the atrocity are the insurgents, backed by NATO and the Gulf arab dictators, aided and abetted by the mainstream media, including the BBC. This would be a classic false flag terrorist atrocity.
Ironically the Egyptian branch of the Muslim Bortherhood has denounced the 9/11 attacks as a false flag atrocity organised by Israel or the CIA.
In one way this would be good news: there are no logistical reasons why these people cannot be arrested, prosecuted and tried. It is established in international law that propaganda on behalf of war criminals is in itself a war crime. The fact that no-one would expect this to happen is testimony to the tacit acceptance that NATO governments and media have no real interest in human rights.
Conspiracy theory: exploring the outer limits with Damon Crowe
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In this week's show we plunge into murky waters with Damon Crowe, as we look at some fringe conspiracies, analyse breaking news and speculate on the outer limits of deception.
We take a fresh look at the concept of "cognitive infiltration", a term coined by Obama advisor Cass Sunstein, to describe ways in which government might use deceptive techniques to infiltrate and influence anti-government activist groups and conspiracy theorists.
News covered in tonight's show includes the ongoing extradition saga of Julian Assange and BBC hoax coverage of the Syrian conflict.
- First interview with an eyewitness of the Houla massacre
- BBC News uses 'Iraq photo to illustrate Syrian massacre'
- US denies Assange 'secret warrant'
- VIDEO: Supreme Court dismiss WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's extradition appeal
- Australian government denies knowledge of US extradition proceedings against Assange
- Mount Yengo | Spiritual significance to the Aboriginal people
- Cass Sunstein paper on conspiracy theories
- Obama confidant’s spine-chilling proposal