DisInfoWars with Tom Secker- A Philosophy of Fear?

Tom Secker Presents Professor Lars Svendsen In a culture that in many ways is characterized by social disintegration, fear is something we all share, a unifying perspective on existence. Political fear does not arise in a vacuum, it is created and maintained. This week we explore these ideas with Professor Lars Svendsen, the author of […]

DisInfoWars with Tom Secker- The Politics of Fear

Today, almost all politics are a politics of fear, and almost all policies are defended and excused through some notion of ‘security’. Fear-therefore-security is the dominant political dynamic of our time. This week I take a look at these concepts, exploring whether all politics is a politics of fear, and offering examples of when this […]

Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds: Deep State Sugar Daddies, Mega NGOs & Controlled Opposition

Welcome to our eighth episode of Probable Cause. During our previous episode we talked about one of several tactics used by the powers to counter viable activist movements: Use of Sheep-Dipped operatives. In this episode we are going to discuss another widely-utilized strategy for the purpose of coopting, pacifying and neutralizing opposition groups, networks and […]

Processing Distortion: “Scrutinizing the FBI’s “Domestic Terrorism” Cases–Most Are Tainted”

Peter B. Collins Presents Trevor Aaronson The Terror Factory is an important new book by journalist Trevor Aaronson who conducted a careful review of more than 500 cases of so-called “domestic terrorism” since 9/11, and found a pattern of infiltration by an army of 15,000 FBI informants into Muslim communities. In many cases, these informants […]

De-Manufacturing Consent with Guillermo Jimenez Presents Bill Conroy: Black Ops& Black Markets

Mexico’s Drug War “Realignment” and the Unseen Hand of the CIA On this edition of De-Manufacturing Consent: Guillermo is joined by investigative journalist for Narco News, Mr. Bill Conroy. Guillermo and Bill discuss the recent release of Rafael Caro Quintero, who in 1985 was convicted, along with former kingpins Miguel Felix Gallardo and Ernesto Fonseca, […]

Geopolitics with Ryan Dawson- Episode 8: The Hype that Gave Us the ‘Crisis’

Ryan Dawson Presents Charlie McGrath Charlie McGrath joins us today to talk about the “fiscal cliff” deal, and clear up the hype that gave us the ‘crisis’ as well as the deceptive so called solution. We discuss how the neocons hijacked the tea-party, making the tea-o-con party, and that all the talk of fiscal responsibility […]

The Reality Principle -Episode 8

“Africa: The Scramble Continues” with Abayomi Azikiwe This week, Eric examines the geopolitical situation in Africa. He analyzes the continued genocide and plunder of the Congo, assessing the situation there and dispelling some of the more insidious myths surrounding the issue. In addition, Eric looks at the deteriorating political climate in Mali, dissecting the various […]

Soothing the Beast: Saturday Night BFP-Jamiol Music, Episode 8

Chaka Khan The reason for this 8th BFP/Jamiol music pick is pretty succinct…I love Chaka Khan! So kick back and enjoy “Ain’t Nobody” by Chaka Khan:

Empire, Power, and People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 8

“Black History in the United States: Slavery, Segregation, and Social Control” In a highly critical black history of the United States, this episode examines the social construction of race (and racism) starting in the late 1600s as a means of social control, devised through the colonial legal system to separate white and black labour, prison […]

Empire, Power, and People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 7

Empire in the Arab World Taking a look at the historical realities of Western imperialism in the Middle East and North Africa following World War II allows us to place current conflicts in a wider context and understanding. Briefly looking at the coup in Iran in 1953, the Egyptian Suez Crisis in 1956, the Syrian […]