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The latest "Friday Drivetime" (Aug. 15 2014) from Bristol UK Broadband Cooperative BCfm award winning community radio. Production Notes: I will be fading out portions of the first hour and reading some local news notes and updating on the civil unrest surrounding the police killing of Michael Brown, #Ferguson, MO. See Fightin' Cock Flyer for more.  Program Summary: Investigative reports: Ukraine Psychological Warfare latest - . Ukraine: Russian aid convoy stopped at the border, claims this is a cover for troops to enter the country; supplying of weapons; NATO and president Poroshenko accuse Russians of sending an armoured column over the border but it never happened; about 2200 civilian casualties in Eastern Ukraine – same in Gaza; Malaysian press saying Kiev government responsible for downed MH17 airliner – Kiev security confiscated the crucial air traffic control tapes; fake pictures posted on social media as if they were published by the other side, to discredit the seperatists; Gladio style false flag operations. New interview with Snowden by James Bamford who wrote 'The Puzzle Palace' – about an NSA bot called 'MonsterMind' that starts cyberwars on it's own. David Powell from South West Friends of the Earth discusses: solar panels; nuclear energy and weapons; 'economic growth at all costs', government policy, consumption and resources; fracking and 'the most misleading poll ever' by UK Oil & Gas. solar farms - UK nuclear power latest - fraudulent fracking surveys - Siemens secretly manufacturing and storing human Microchips: William Pawelec former director of Systems Group of Colorado on microchip technology how Siemens infiltrated government and defense business meetings and possibly stole the technology.

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