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At the intersection of policy, history and politics, you'll find Radio Free America!
Tonight: Delaware GOP candidate for the U.S. senate, Kevin Wade, has just returned from the Israeli/Gaza border, where he witnessed first-hand IDF (Israeli Defense Forces) operations against Hamas terrorists. Kevin went to the State of Israel to see for himself how the Jewish state is defending itself against mohammedan terrorism, and he has real-life, eyewitness stories to tell.
Today marks the 67th anniversary (That's right; 1946 was the 1st anniversary, not the 2nd) of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. My guest, Jon Parshall (Shattered Sword), is the foremost expert on the Pacific War and lived in Hiroshima while teaching English there. We'll talk about the end of the Second World War.
Plus: Politics (as usual!), Civil War history, some hangar-flying and...your calls! Don't miss it!
Hey jazzers! Ron Jackson of The Smooth Jazz Ride here. Join me and my co-hosts Aira & Mike as we chat it up with members of one of the longest standing iconic groups in contemporary jazz, Hiroshima. We'll also be playing tracks from their new release, J-Town Beat. Listeners with questions or comments for the group can call in on our toll-free number (1-888-342-9919). We look forward to hearing from you!
Wednesday, February 19, 3 pm ET The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds airs the true story of atomic bomb victim, Hiroshima survivor, Shinji Mikamo.
August 6, 1945 begins like any other day in Hiroshima during World War II. As nineteen-year-old Shinji Mikamo helps his father prepare their house for demolition, there is a blinding flash and ear-piercing explosion. Right as Shinji turns toward the noise, a fireball sends him into a chaotic world of darkness and confusion. An atomic bomb has just exploded only three-quarters of a mile away from Shinji, devastating all of Hiroshima in only a few seconds.
The story of what happened thereafter to Shinji is told by his daughter, Dr. Akiko Mikamo in her book Rising from the Ashes, A True Story of Survival and Forgiveness from Hiroshima. Dr. Akiko Mikamo who was born and raised in Hiroshima by two atomic bomb survivors, promised herself as a child to contribute to world peace and humanity. She is president of San Diego – WISH: Worldwide Initiative to Safeguard Humanity and president and medical psychologist at US-Japan Psychological Services in San Diego, California.
The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Talk Radio for Fine Minds airs live Wednesdays, 3 pm ET.as is available ON DEMAND.
Tonite (11.04.2013) we covered:
The boast by barry soetoro the illegal alien from Kenya and Indonesia, that he is good at killing people with drones.
A serial murderer in Texas murder dozens of babies after they had exited their mother's womb.
The atom bomb was dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki to see what it would do to people and buildings. The U.S. Corp. did NOT have to drop the bombs to defeat Japan. They were desperate to seek peace, but the U.S. Corp. did not want an end to the hostilities until the bombs were dropped.
The ROTTENshield/ROTTENfeller CRIME family did not drop an A-Bomb on Germany because some of the ROTTENshield criminals lived there.
The rich scum are hoarding cash.
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Takashi Tanemori was 8 yrs old, in Hiroshima when the Atomic Bomb fell one mile away. The blast killed his parents, brother, sister & other family members. Takashi became a street urchin, eating out of garbage cans.
Takashi vowed vengeance but devoted himself to peace. "My father taught me to be of service to others which is a central Samurai teaching." Takashi lives with guide dog 'Yuki'. 'Hiroshima; Bridge to Forgiveness' - http://www.amazon.com/Hiroshima-Bridge-to-Forgiveness-ebook/dp/B004UOH6I6/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1371655124&sr=1-2&keywords=hiroshima+bridge+to+forgiveness
"The Bones of the Homeless" by Judy Joy Jones @ http://www.amazon.com/The-Bones-Of-Homeless/dp/0977367649/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1379526276&sr=8-2&keywords=THE+BONES+OF+THE+HOMELESS
Join SC host Ron Jackson of The Smooth Jazz Ride (www.thesmoothjazzride.com) as he chats with Dan and June Kuramoto, founding members of the Grammy-nominated, world famous contemporary jazz group Hiroshima about their career and newest release, Departure. Ron will play tracks from the release, and callers and chatroom visitors with questions and/or comments for the Kuramotos are welcome! Don't miss this treat!
This week on SOTT Talk Radio we’re speaking with Peter Kuznick, Professor of History and Director of the Nuclear Studies Institute at American University in Washington, DC. Kuznick received his Ph.D. from Rutgers University in 1984 and was active in the Civil Rights and anti-Vietnam War movements. He is author and co-author of several books on the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, the use of nuclear power, and the Cold War.
Kuznick and Oliver Stone co-authored the 10-part documentary film series and book – The Untold History of the United States – which explores some of the under-reported and darkest parts of American 20th century history using little known documents and newly uncovered archival material.
We are going to explore with Professor Kuznick the creation of the U.S. National Security State during WW2, the real reasons behind the Cold War and the decision to drop atomic bombs on Japan, and the side-lining of ‘the man who would be president’, Henry Wallace.
We hope you'll join us from 2-4pm EST (11am-1pm PST / 8-10pm CET) this Sunday, August 17th 2014
Dr. Gordon Edwards and Natalie-Marie Hart discuss Hiroshima marked the 69th anniversary of the U.S. atomic bombing on Wednesday August 6, 1945 and we also talk about how Nuclear power technology produces materials that are active in producing radiation and are therefore called "radioactive". These materials can come into contact with people through small releases during routine plant operation, accidents in nuclear power plants, accidents in transporting radioactive materials, and escape of radioactive wastes from confinement systems.
Gordon Edwards was born in Canada in 1940, and graduated from the University of Toronto in 1961 with a gold medal in Mathematics and Physics and a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. In 1972, he obtained a Ph.D. in Mathematics from Queen’s University. From 1970 to 1974, he was the editor of Survival magazine and in 1975 he co-founded the Canadian Coalition for Nuclear Responsibility, and has been its president since 1978. Edwards has worked widely as a consultant on nuclear issues and has been qualified as a nuclear expert by courts in Canada and elsewhere. Dr. Edwards has written articles and reports on radiation standards, radioactive wastes, uranium mining, nuclear proliferation, the economics of nuclear power, non-nuclear energy strategies. He has worked as consultant for governmental bodies such as the Auditor General of Canada, the Select Committee on Ontario Hydro Affairs, and the Ontario Royal Commission on Electric Power Planning. In 2006, Edwards received the Nuclear-Free Future Award. He is a teacher of mathematics at Vanier College in Montreal.