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  • 00:33

    Slasher Studios Horror Podcast: Patrick Pena (Maniac Mutant Massacre)

    in Movies

    On a very special episode of Slasher Studios Horror Podcast, our hosts Kevin Sommerfield & Andrew Beirl will be chatting with filmmaker Patrick Pena about his brand new film: Maniac Mutant Massacre. Maniac Mutant Massacre is an insanely fun splatterfest in the vein of Dead Alive and Evil Dead, it's colorful, energetic and hilarious! Listen in live Wednesday night at 10PM central and make sure to call in with any questions you may have!


    Become a backer today:


    https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/luchastyle/maniac-mutant-massacre-the-ultimate-splatterfest


     

  • 00:13

    RA: Audio da Conferência de Imprensa sobre o massacre no Huambo - Raúl Danda

    in Radio

    Radio Angola (RA): A pedido dos nossos ouvintes, a RA tem o privilégio de partilhar com os seus ouvintes o audio da Conferencia de Imprensa do Groupo Palarmentar da UNITA (25 de Abril de 2015) sobre o massacre de mais de 1000 Angolanos desde o dia 16 de Abril no Monte Sumi-Caala-Huambo.  Segundo a governo Angolano, 13 civis foram mortos durante os confrontos entre a polícia angolana e os fiéis da seita A Luz do Mundo. O governo continua a negar accesso ao local dos confrontos. A primeira parte deste audio, revela várias vozes de agentes da Polícia de Intervenção Rápida (PIR) no município da Caala, província do Huambo junto de varios corpos de civis mortos (fiéis da seita A Luz do Mundo).


    A Rádio Angola – uma rádio sem fronteiras – é um dos projectos da Friends of Angola, onde as suas opiniões e sugestões são validas e respeitadas. Perguntas e sugestões podem ser enviadas para info@friendsofangola.org.


     


     

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  • 00:24

    Jeju's 4.3 Massacre Remembered

    in Travel

    On April 3rd, 1948, Jeju Island was caught in a civil war-like time of violence and human rights abuses. This is when the period known as the Jeju Uprising and Massacre began.

    The Korea File spoke with participants at the Jeju 4.3 Commemorative Street Festival last Friday to hear their impressions of this tragic event in Jeju's history.

    Live music performances include Hallasanhoe's Songs for Jeju 4.3, Dedicated to 4.3/Antiwar Peace by the Parkbo Band and The Changwon Grandmothers Singing Group's songs from yesteryear with "Girls’ High School Days”.

    Activist/Artist Lee Do-hee's work can be found at http://www.doheelee.com

    The image for this episode is a still from the film '?? (Jiseul)', a semi-fictionalized account of the events of 1948 and after. A review on the award-winning film can be found at Koreana, a quarterly journal of Korean arts and culture at http://www.koreana.or.kr/months/news_view.asp?b_idx=3025&lang=en&page_type=list and the film is wildly available online.

    For a long read on Jeju's 4.3 tragedy see the official governmental document The Jeju 4·3 Incident
    Investigation Report at http://www.jeju43peace.or.kr/report_eng.pdf

    For a brief summarization, go to http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Jeju_Uprising

  • 00:32

    President of Angola- The man behind one of the most brutal regimes in Africa

    in Radio

    Radio Angola (RA) - a radio without borders will host a discussion about human rigths violations and the peace process in Angola. During this discussion, our panel of experts will analyse the the man behind one of the most brutal regimes in Africa led by José Eduardo dos Santos since 1979. We will discuss the systematic human rights violations in Angola, corruption, nepotism and its impact on peace process. The discussion will be broadcast live at 6:30 p.m. in Washington D.C, (11:30 a.m. in Angola and Portugal) on Friday, Abril 10, 2014


    By Florindo Chivucute


    You can participate directly in the program via Skype or T: (914) 338-0378 Questions and suggestions can be sent to: info@friendsofangola.org. Radio Angola is one of the projects of the Friends of Angola. 


     

  • 00:50

    We said 'Never again' but couldn't stop the massacre in Huambo - Angola

    in Radio

    Radio Angola (RA) will host a discussion about Angola police raid Kalupeteka sect in Huambo-Angola on April 24th, 2015. The panel will attempt to address Huambo's recent violent clash between policemen and allegedly extremist Christian group. According to new reports, more than 700 civilian feared killed and 9 police officers dead in a bloody clash involving policemen and Christians in Huambo province. Angolan government is refusing to disclose the number of civilian casualties. Since evidences keep piling up, emphasis will be placed on the consequences and threat for the rest of the country.


    The discussion will be broadcast live at 6:00 p.m. in Washington D.C, (11:00 a.m. in Angola and Portugal)


    You can participate directly in the program via Skype or T: (914) 338-0378 Questions and suggestions can be sent to: info@friendsofangola.org. Radio Angola is one of the projects of the Friends of Angola.

  • 00:29

    News: Pope Francis, Burke, Cuba deal, Royals visit and Pakistan Massacre

    in News

    In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on the alledged drama or conflict between Pope Francis and Cardinal Burke.  He also speaks on the Cuban deal in which Pope Francis played a big role as well as the visit by the Royals to the United States and the Pakistan school massacre.  


     


     


    Images are from Google Images. 

  • 00:45

    The Butchers Massacre

    in Radio

    Tha Bomb Shizznit coming from Tha Real McCoy, D-Evil,Neighborhood Nightmare,The MF'n Dirty,and Boy Blue and Boogie-Man LIVE in the studio!


    Our show is for all the Juggalos Battleaxe Warriors Technicians The Rebels and all undergrond music lovers of all kinds  Shootin tha shizznit with the homies taking calls and playing music  


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  • 01:15

    BATH MASSACRE-Arnie Bernstein

    in Entertainment

    On May 18, 1927, the small town of Bath, Michigan, was forever changed when Andrew Kehoe set off a cache of explosives concealed in the basement of the local school. Thirty-eight children and six adults were dead, among them Kehoe, who had literally blown himself to bits by setting off a dynamite charge in his car. The next day, on Kehoe's farm, what was left of his wife---burned beyond recognition after Kehoe set his property and buildings ablaze---was found tied to a handcart, her skull crushed. With seemingly endless stories of school violence and suicide bombers filling today's headlines, Bath Massacre serves as a reminder that terrorism and large-scale murder are nothing new. 
    "A chilling and historic character study of the unfathomable suffering that desperation and fury, once unleashed inside a twisted mind, can wreak on a small town. Contemporary mass murderers Timothy McVeigh, Columbine's Dylan Klebold, and Virginia Tech's Seung-Hui Cho can each trace their horrific genealogy of terror to one man: Bath school bomber Andrew Kehoe. BATH MASSACRE-America's First School Bombing-Arnie Bernstein


     


     

     

  • 01:35

    The Brutal Murder of Freddie Gray, and the Racist System that Made it Possible

    in News

    Freddie Gray was brutality beaten by Baltimore Police, and subsequently died as a result of the cops' savagery. Freddie Gray, is one of the countless victims in the United States' long legacy of racially based repression, oppression and state sponsored violence. Join us this extremely important episode as we critically delve into the ongoing situation in Baltimore and the racist media portrayal of African/black people that are rightfully protesting reprehensible institutional racism, and what needs to happen to radically change things. 

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