Program Summary 29 June 2014
1st Hour: Former FBI investigator turned whistleblower Colleen Rowley tells how pro-Israel neocons R. Kagan. W. Kristol of PNAC and successor, FPI, AIPAC and spinoff, WINEP, shape US foreign policy decision making, assisted by media, and are pushing for endless war to benefit Israel, including provoking Russia over Ukraine; speaks about changing group names to deceive public; speaks from experience as congressional candidate in dealing with AIPAC; how AIPAC turned Rep. Keith Ellison into Syria hawk; how aspiring pols must bow to AIPAC or get no funds. Courtesy Jeff Blankfort broadcasting from community radio KZYK, Philos, Ca. "Takes on the World" 25 June 2014
2nd Hour: Bristol Co-op Community Radio "Friday Drivetime" politics with host Tony Gosling and Marin "Old Labour" Summers 27 June 2014: Investigative reports: Lindis Percy, from the Campaign for Accountability at American Bases (CAAB), discusses American bases in Britain – RAF, NSA, NRA, CIA, Snowden, USAF Menwith Hill in North Yorkshire, USAF Croughton in Northamptonshire – no proper oversight from government. Britain as Orwell's Airstrip One and Duncan Campbell's Unsinkable Aircraft Carrier, Next Friday is 4th July, Independence from America day. Joanne Baker, from Child Victims of War, discusses the situation in Iraq and Isis – the attempt of Iraqi people to have a revolution depleted uranium, US and UK criminal conspiracy? Disaster capitalism, WHO report not published that links birth deformities and bombing. Hilary Saunders and Steve Timmins from Protect Our NHS explain their successful legal action which has forced Bristol's Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) to change its constitution to allow proper openness and public scrutiny. Is there any future of for a privatised NHS and how can we make sure we pass this wonderful institution on to our children?
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