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Rick Holmes on Tarek Mehanna; Adrian Salbuchi on TJ Radio today

Truth Jihad Radio Wed. 4/25/12, 3-5 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in: (402) 237-2525 or post your questions to my Facebook page.

Tarek “the neocon fascists are coming” Mehanna: His words are banned in Boston!

First hour: Rick Holmes, author of Incapacitating Tarek Mehanna. Tarek Mehanna was recently sentenced to 17 years in prison for verbally opposing the US-sponsored genocide of Muslims in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere. (Check out the blog on news from his trial.) My own primal scream to the judge about the 17-year sentence got me in hot water with federal agencies and my wife.

Second hour: Argentine anti-globalization activist Adrian Salbuchi. His recent articles discuss Summit of the Americas (“Let Cuba In!”), oil company privatization vs. nationalization, and the Moscow April Fools’ Day skyscraper fire (in which the skyscraper for some reason did not explode into talcum powder at free-fall acceleration) among other hot topics. He is a regular guest on Russia Today, Press TV, and other global broadcast outlets.  He was scheduled for my show on Monday but couldn’t make it due to a power-down and internet outage in Argentina.

Salbuchi, though a non-native speaker, is one of the best commentators working in English. Like Nabokov and Conrad, he deploys the English language better than the natives…and gets just about everything right in the process.

2 Thoughts to “Rick Holmes on Tarek Mehanna; Adrian Salbuchi on TJ Radio today”

  1. Anonymous

    It would be good if there was lots more oil, and it's possible, but I can't help but wonder why they'd be going after the tar sands and deep sea fields if there were better options. It's not nearly as profitable/cost effective, and that's always the bottom line. But, I know that access is another issue altogether and they may have just obtained access to those resources before the new super giants were even discovered. There's a considerable, very considerable, effort and expense that goes into developing something along these lines- permission/access, planning, personnel, machinery and so on, and once something gets going, once so much has been invested in just getting it going, it often doesn't make financial sense to stop because something new has turned up- you just go after that too.

    I hope it's real and the conventional wisdom is wrong, but only half heartedly because we have to kick the oil habit sooner or later and it's so bad for the environment, but unless we have something to step in to take its place very quickly, the major population reduction that the NWO calls for could happen hastily and heinously, just by running out of fuel.

    Somebody's wrong for sure.

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