DisInfoWars with Tom Secker: False Flag Operations in WW2

Continuing our exploration into the origins and development of false flag operations, this week we look at World War 2 and the British Double Cross System. Run by an Oxford academic, this system was set up to detect Nazi agents as they landed in Britain and turn them into double agents working for the British. […]

Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds: People vs. Official Narratives-Official Lies

Welcome to our fifteenth episode of Probable Cause. In today’s episode I will be presenting you with an overview of two possible topics for our coming episodes, and will have you decide the path. We begin the podcast with the subject of perspectives, and the difference between full-bellied luxurious but fluffy philosophical discussions and fulfilling […]

Processing Distortion with Peter B. Collins: “Abu Zubaydah’s Lawyer on Gitmo & US Foreign Policy Failures”

Peter B. Collins Presents Brent Mickum Attorney Brent Mickum represented 3 former Guantanamo prisoners, and continues to represent Abu Zubaydah, whose recently published diaries offer further proof that he was not an al Qaeda leader or involved in any attacks on the US. Mickum offers insight into the netherworld of American torture and detention through […]

De-Manufacturing Consent-George Galloway on “The Killing of Tony Blair”

Guillermo Jimenez Presents George Galloway On this edition of De-Manufacturing Consent: Guillermo is joined by British politician, writer, broadcaster and Respect Party Member of Parliament, Mr. George Galloway. We discuss George’s upcoming documentary film, The Killing of Tony Blair—the process of making the film, the decision to both crowdfund and crowdsource the project, and a […]

Geopolitics with Ryan Dawson-“North Korea: Cold War Cash Cow or Legitimate Threat?”

Ryan Dawson Presents Eric Margolis Eric Margolis joins us today to discuss his article “The Hysteria over Kim’s Nukes.” Eric Margolis is the author of “War on top of the world” as well as “American Raj.” He worked for Maninichi-Tokyo a prominent Japanese newspaper for many years, and now his work is featured in multiple […]

The Reality Principle -Episode 15

“The Geopolitics of East Africa” with Thomas Mountain This week, Eric has an in-depth conversation with independent journalist Thomas Mountain. They discuss the current political situation in Ethiopia, grounding the discussion in a historical framework that informs an understanding of the politics of today. Eric and Tom examine the conflict between Ethiopia and Eritrea as […]

Soothing the Beast: Saturday Night BFP-Jamiol Music, Episode 15

Fleetwood Mac Fleetwood Mac was one of the most celebrated bands of all time. Stevie Nicks’ voice, choice of music and persona took the band to unheard of levels. Nicks is still out there singing and performing with various younger artists. This performance, back in 1976, of Rhiannon is probably her best ever…an incredible intensity […]