First hour: What’s really going on in Egypt? Author-journalist and geopolitics expert Eric Walberg, who has lived mostly in Egypt during recent years, says Egypt’s 9/11 truther president Mohammed Morsi is “biting the bullet” and completing what I have called Egypt’s Islamic revolution – which is what the vast majority of Egyptians want. Takbir!
I can just hear Henry Kissinger muttering under his breath: “I don’t see why we need to stand by and watch a country go Islamic because of the irresponsibility of its own people! The issues are much too important for the Egyptian voters to be left to decide for themselves.”
Second hour: Jewish anti-Zionist Joel Kovel was my tag-team partner in the first of my two recent Press TV slugfests with rabid Zionist flack Kenneth Katzman, who wants me taken “off the air entirely, from any show anywhere in the world.”
Joel Kovel has published books on racism, nuclear weapons, Nicaragua, ecology, Zionism, and socialism. He has been a candidate for the Senate, and for President, with the Green Party. His latest book is Overcoming Zionism.
Dr. Kovel holds an MD from Columbia University, and has taught anthropology, psychiatry, political science and communications, and social studies at various colleges and universities. He was forced out of Bard College in 2009 due to his anti-Zionism – though Bard College President Leon Botstein (sounding a lot like Kenneth Katzman) angrily protests-too-much that Dr. Kovel was ejected for financial rather than political reasons. Pathological mendacity is such an endearing Zionist trait, isn’t it?