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Popular Australian independent researcher Max Igan runs thecrowhouse.com, which covers a vast array of topics close to his heart, from consciousness, to government corruption, and the mysteries of our ancient past. In this episode of GFM Radio we discuss Zionist terrorism in Gaza and the ongoing (largely ignored) ethnic cleansing of Palestinians, under the flimsy guise of “Israeli self-defence.”
Max offers us a chance to connect to the people of Palestine and find out who they really are, as he shares about his recent visit to Gaza, and the many kind Palestinians he met—most of them children, many orphans. Max tells of his sneaky entry into the area alongside American activist Ken O’Keefe using one of the many tunnels from the Egyptian side, where he met border officers from Hamas—a most interesting tale to hear in the light of familiar Western media programming. We’ll also talk about the lies pushed by the Zionist-controlled mainstream media on this issue and the double standards of Israel’s policies. Max highlights previous atrocities in Palestine, such as the death of Rachel Corrie and those murdered on the Gaza flotilla.
His personal experience in Gaza provides a much-needed antidote to the toxic Western media programming around issues of the Middle East. Having spent most of his adult life as a travelling musician, Max brings a unique combination of life experience, research, compassion, and activism to the discussion on Palestine, Israel, and the Gaza Strip. Standing on a non-sectarian platform, Max takes the light of consciousness into places others fear to tread—and that is what makes this week’s episode of Global Freedom Movement Radio unmissable.
Join Brendan D. Murphy and Aimee Devlin as they are joined by one of Australia’s most popular non-mainstream thought leaders: the one and only Max Igan.
Josh Ruebner will talk about his book Shattered Hopes, concerning President Obama's failed goals for Palestine. Ruebner will also talk about the BDS campaign and the current war in Gaza.
Should African Americans be involved in the Palestinian issue? The answer is yes, according to writer Kristian Davis Bailey. He is the author of an Ebony magazine article on the need for African Americans to become involved in the Palestine issue.Is Israel practicing apartheid? Join the conversation with Bailey on The Root and Roots Show.
President Obama announced that he would release an additional $70 Million in military aid for Israel. Many are saying that this $70 Million is being used to further terrorize and kill the Palestinian people.
As Dr. Abdullah Mohammad Sindi says, “All Arabs and all Muslims, along with many other people around the world, know very well that the Jewish/Zionist state of Israel is an illegitimate and illegal state established by the power of the gun in 1948, and has been maintained by it ever since.” Dr. Sindi is a Ph.D in International Relations.
"An ongoing monitoring mission by the UN’s Humanitarian Affairs office shows that attacks by Israeli settlers on Palestinians and Palestinian property in the West Bank has gone up FOUR FOLD in the last eight years.There have been 2,100 attacks on Palestinians by Israeli settlers in the occupied West Bank since 2006, and annual attacks have shot up from 115 in 2006 to almost 400 in 2013, according to the reports, published every two weeks, which have been relayed by AP."
The Palestinian people do not have problems having children. During the period between the beginning of July and the end of September of the year 2011, the Gaza Strip had witnessed an average of 158 new births EVERY DAY, and in the year 2013, the Crude Birth Rate for the Gaza Strip was 37.1.
Israel's Crude Birth Rate from 2009-2013 was ONLY 21.0.
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Noura Erakat and Angela Davis 6/3/2014
Keynote talk from this year's Peace Works 2014 Conference presented by the Rachel Corrie Foundation titled- Yet Again as Prisoners: Mass Incarceration in the U.S. & Palestine, A Conversation With Angela Davis and Noura Erakat. This episode features Noura Erakat - human rights attorney and writer, Teaching Fellow at Temple University, Beasley School of Law and member of Legal Support Network for the Badil Center for Palestinian Refugee and Residency Rights. Also a cofounder of Arab Women Arising for Justice (AMWAJ) and board member of the Institute for Policy Studies (IPS), and the Trans-Arab Research Institute (TARI); a Policy Advisor of Al-Shabaka Also featured is Noura Erakat in conversation with Angela Davis - Political activist, scholar, and author, Black Power leader in 1960s, political prisoner in the 1970s, Founder of Critical Resistance, an organization working to abolish the prison-industrial complex, Radical feminist, Marxist and lesbian, Vice Presidential candidate for the Communist Party in 1990s, and a Professor in the California university system since the 1970s.
Come get your scoop of the FLAVOR OF THE WEEK! The Major is BACK in this weekly show and he’s brought a few new sou-chefs, including his cohost Max, to the kitchen to assist him in sautéing up this weekly helping of delicious topics across the sports-sphere. Have a toasty night-cap with this fiery crew as they pound their way through the good, the bad & the funny from the week that past & look forward to the week that will be. Come get fantasy help, pick-em insights & other unique takes on all the fodder fit to feast on from the NFL, NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA & more! Guests are always random & wild, so be sure to tune in LIVE to see what sort of shenanigans they get into, as well as log-on to their USTREAM channel to watch the guys streaming broadcast LIVE from Los Angeles! Courses served up this week include a recap of the guys' picks, fantasy outcomes, Amare's red-wine reduction baths, McNabb calls out Cutler & the impact of Percy Harvin's trade to New York.
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On today's thrilling, chilling, double-drilling episode of the Kwesstshunubble Intellejenss Rupportt, we will be leapfrogging over each other's fragile egos to chat about utter and completely nonsensical issues. When we get around to the real issues, we will blither and blather about things that we know exactly zilch about. Which makes us probably more informed than most pundits on television. We'll be talking about the ramping up of hostility in Palestine, we'll talk about the resurgence and continued awesomeness of Strange Albert (aka Captain Parodypants), and we'll discuss the douchebag s.o.b. who let his almost two-year-old die by leaving him in a hot car for 7 hours. So join us as we playfully jab at each other's ineffectual genitalia with our faces