• 00:31

    God's Spies

    in Spirituality

    Kora Press presents a series of broadcasts about our catalogue. God's Spies; Aging Gratefully by Joanna Infeld is part memoir and part a self-help book about aging successfully.
    The program will include a contemplation from the book. The book is available from www.EnergyWorlds.com.

  • 00:59

    Cold war spies with Werner I Juretzko

    in History

    Werner Juretzko, a former G-2 (Office of the Deputy Chief of Staff, Intelligence) United States Army intelligence operative, apprehended during an authorized military espionage mission behind the Iron Curtain by communist security agents. Sentenced to 13 years - released 1961 after 6 years imprisonment.


    All to often we hear about the daring deeds of spies, The James Bond  types who conquer all,  save the world , and still get the girl. Today we talk with a real spy who was caught , served time in a East German prison and now can tell his story.


    MY mentor Armando Sanchez met Werner I Juretzko while on a South Pacific cruise and suggested that we do a show together  and I jumped at the chance .


    About the Author
    Werner I. Juretzko was born into a well-respected merchant family in 1932. He grew up in a bilingual environment of the German and Polish languages, the youngest of seven children. His family lived in one of Europe’s pre-war political hotbeds—the long-disputed area of Upper Silesia where the first shots of World War II were fired. At the end of World War II, Werner was a combat-hardened 14-year-old fighting for his survival. He was forced by the Third Reich into the last-ditch defense lines.  Atrocities committed by Soviet soldiers on members of his family created a resolve in Werner to revenge his family’s honor. In 1948, while serving his apprenticeship in West Germany as a tool & die maker, Werner was approached by the Organization Gehlen, which was the forerunner of the modern Amt fuer Verfassungsschutz (known in English as the Office for the Protection of the Constitution). Werner was asked to infiltrate the Communist Party in the State of Hessia. His exemplary service led to his recruitment by the G-2 Intelligence Service of the United States Army. During the heights of the Cold War, as a G-2 undercover political operative for the US Army intelligence,

  • 00:25

    Cripes! Spies! Espionage!

    in Books

    Join The Legendary Ginger Dawn Harman as she tackles the wold of Spies and Espionage - and has lots of fun doing so.
    Ginger chats about meeting Tony and Joanna Mendez - former CIA agents and shares a reading by former CIA Michael Tabman called Who Started the Fire.
    With music and special effects - she rolls into a review of Gang Spies by the talented Peter St. John.  A great book - great series, by the way.  
    And brings the show in for landing with a blast back in time -- you'll be surprised.   But with Ginger Dawn -- we are always a bit taken aback.
    Join the fun!

  • 00:32

    Interview with Robert Guffey, author of Spies and Saucers

    in Writing

    Robert Guffey's nonfiction book Cryptoscatology first caught my attention, and now he has released a book of fici\tion titled Spies and Saucers.  Cryptoscatology explores propaganda in its varous forms and functions.  Spies and Saucers contains three novellas involving UFOs, Men in Black, crypto-creatures and more.  In the first story, a nun falls from the sky, and from there it gets even more fantastic.  This book is a fast read, very adult in its plots and themes.  Check him out at Amazon 


    http://www.amazon.com/Robert-Guffey/e/B00DWBKY64


    or search the Internet for Robert Guffey.


     


     

  • 00:23

    Dawn Porter on Her Film "Spies of Mississippi"

    in Politics

    Documentary filmmaker Dawn Porter talks about her latest film "Spies of Mississippi." The film chronicles the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, a government-created operation that spied on Black civil rights supporters in Mississippi.


     


    MichaelFauntroy.com


    @MKFauntroy


    http://www.spiesofmississippithefilm.com/

  • 00:16

    Dawn Porter Discusses Her Documentary "Spies of Mississippi"

    in Politics

    Documentary filmaker Dawn Porter discusses her new film "Spies of Mississippi." The film examines the efforts of the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, a secret, state-funded spy agency answering directly to the Governor. They were created in the response to the Mississippi Freedom Summer, a major civil rights initiative designed increase Black voter registration in the state.


    MichaelFauntroy.com


    @MKFauntroy


    SpiesOfMississippiTheFilm.com


     


     

  • 00:31

    Spies Like Us

    in Self Help

    1526 San Miguel de Gualdape/(Sapelo Island, Georgia, Victorious) 1570 Gaspar Yanga's Revolt/(Veracruz, Victorious) 1712 New York Slave Revolt/(New York City, Suppressed) 1733 St.John Slave Revolt/(Saint John, Suppressed) 1739 Stono Rebellion/(South Carolina, Suppressed) 1741 New York Conspiracy/(New York City, Suppressed) 1760 Tacky's War/(Jamaica, Suppressed) 1791-1804 Haitian Revolution/(Saint-Domingue, Victorious) 1800 Gabriel Prosser(Virginia, Suppressed) 1803 Igbo Landing/(St.Simons Island, Georgia, Suppressed) 1805 Chatham Manor/(Virginia, Suppressed) 1811 German Coast Uprising/(Territory of Orleans, Suppressed) 1822 Denmark Vesey/(South Carolina, Suppressed) 1831 Nat Turner's Rebellion/(Virginia, Suppressed) 1831-1832 Baptist War/(Jamaica, Suppressed) 1839 Amistad, Ship Rebellion/(Off the Cuban Coast, Victorious) 1841 Creole Case, Ship Rebellion/(Off the Southern u.s. Coast, Victorious) 1842 Slave Revolt in the Cherokee Nation/(Southern u.s., Suppressed) 1859 John Brown's Raid/(Virginia, Suppressed)


     

  • 00:45

    "THE SPIES OF FAITH" PART 2

    in The Bible

    CONTINUATION  OF "THE SPIES OF FAITH" PART ONE.


    KEY VERSE: NUMBERS13:20

  • 00:11

    What Happens When Spies Can Eavesdrop on Any Conversation?

    in Politics

    On November 17, the United States’ Office of the Director of National Intelligence (James Clapper) announced a new speech recognition initiative called ASPIRE.  ASPIRE stands for Automatic Speech Recognition in Reverberant Environments.


    The goal of the initiative is for the intelligence community to improve its speech recognition capabilities in areas where acoustic quality is not optimal.  This would allow any conversation within a certain range of a “networked microphone” to be “searchable in real-time.”


    Watch the report as we break down this and other technology advances that are forever removing privacy from almost all areas of our lives.


    Watch in HD Video Here

  • 02:08

    SPIES AMONG US

    in Lifestyle

    DURING THE 1920'S AND 1960'S, FEDERAL AND STATE GOVERNMENT ENIN OULISTED HELP FROM WITHIN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN COMMUNITY TO HELP CONTROL AND HALT ANY PROGRESS THAT MAY HAVE BEEN MADE.


    FAST FORWARD TO TODAY, ARE THERE SPIES THAT LIVE IN OUR COMMUNITIES AND REPORT BACK TO GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS?


    OF COURSE I KNOW THE ARGUMENT THEY ARE SPYING ON US THROUGH THE NSA,CIA,NBC,ABC... HOWEVER COULD THEY REALLY ACCOMPLISH ANYTHING WITHOUT THE SPIES AMONG US.


     

  • 01:51

    humpday with the prophet

    in Politics Conservative

    Spies & torture, Obama's War, Riot Trouble, Budget Agreement, Americans are stupid? 

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