First hour: Antrax expert Barry Kissin discusses last week’s media breakthrough: The New York Times is finally admitting that the anthrax that terrorized Bush’s opposition in 2001 “may have” come from secret military and CIA bio-warfare labs, not Bruce Ivins. Specifically, as those following the case have known since 2001, it came from Battelle Laboratories in Ohio and Dugway Proving Ground in Utah – and was part of a larger secret operation that included the false-flag attack on September 11th, 2001. But we wouldn’t expect the Times to be that specific, would we? After all, they only cover news that is “fit to print.”
Second hour: Former BBC lead Mideast correspondent Alan Hart was a personal friend of both Yasir Arafat and Golda Meir. He is the author of the liveliest and most informative history of Palestine-Israel. And he had the guts to come on my radio show and speak out forcefully for 9/11 truth, holding nothing back as he expressed his belief that the Israeli government was behind 9/11 and that the World Trade Center was destroyed by controlled demolition – as confirmed by the UK’s leading engineering/demolitions expert, a personal friend of Hart, who does not want his name used.
Alan’s latest piece concerns the “naked hypocrisy” of the US threatening to veto Palestinian statehood, while attacking Russia and China for vetoing a UN resolution condemning Syria. Will the Palestinians achieve statehood by taking their case to the General Assembly rather than the Security Council? Does the push for Palestinian statehood, the loss of Turkey as an Israeli ally, the rise of anti-Zionist people power in the Arab world, and the burgeoning anti-Zionist movement worldwide explain why the Israelis and their US agents were so desperate as to invent the ridiculous tale of a used car salesman and drug dealer plotting with Iranians to kill the Saudi Ambassador – a tall tale apparently designed to grease the skids for Israel to wage proxy war on Iran through its de facto colony, the former USA?