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New truth-telling TV show – Dynamic Duo Weekly News Round-up

Just sent out this announcement:


Today in just a few minutes, you can catch the live debut episode of a new internet TV show:  the Dynamic Duo Weekly News Round-up.  Jim Fetzer and I will comment on this week’s news – from a perspective you’ll never see on mainstream TV.  Tune in live at 10 a.m. Central (or watch the archive later):
Here are some of the recent headline stories we’ll be discussing:

*A senior United Nations official who deals directly with Syrian affairs has told Al-Akhbar that the Syrian government had no involvement in the alleged Ghouta chemical weapons attack: “Of course not, he (President Bashar al-Assad) would be committing suicide.”

When asked who he believed was responsible for the use of chemical munitions in Ghouta, the UN official, who would not permit disclosure of his identity, said: “Saudi intelligence was behind the attacks and unfortunately nobody will dare say that.”

Egyptian authorities have shut down the headquarters of Muslim Brotherhood’s Freedom and Justice newspaper in Cairo.

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the Group of 77 (G-77) and the Non-aligned Movement (NAM) can contribute significantly to international equations.

Iranian president addresses UN general assembly and says the world is ‘tired of war’ and US should not threaten force in Syria. “The basic rights of the Palestinians are tragically violated, and they are deprived of the right of return and access to their homes, birthplace and homeland.”

Israeli Minister ‘Distraught’ that Rouhani Charm Offensive Has Been Effective: “I’m more than worried. I’m distraught, ” said Home Front Defense and Communications Minister Gilad Erdan (Likud),  a member of Israel’s key decision-making security cabinet. “Rouhani’s language is having its effect.”

Israeli boycott of Rouhani UN speech ‘a mistake’,  says finance minister, Yair Lapid attacks PM Binyamin Netanyahu’s instruction to Israeli delegation to leave during Iranian president’s address

“The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) welcomed Rouhani’s departure from the anti-Semitic ramblings of his predecessor, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, but criticized his lack of sincerity about Iran’s nuclear program.”

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Thanks for listening – and please consider joining to help support truly independent media.  Please note that the website has been upgraded!  Radio guests this week and next week will include James Tracy on the latest DC shooting, French 9/11 scholar Laurent Guyénot, honest-money activist-author Ellen Brown, Chomsky’s co-author Andre Vltchek, and other luminaries!


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3 Thoughts to “New truth-telling TV show – Dynamic Duo Weekly News Round-up”

  1. Anonymous

    Just watched the Dynamic Duo. You guys make a good team. Interesting material, nice blend of outrage and humor, and HARD HITTING. No punches pulled, that I could detect. I'll look forward to getting your takes on the week's events. I hope this program lasts!

  2. Anonymous

    Whoa, that wasn't much of a heads up, Kevin, lol. Fortunately I was able to catch most of the broadcast. I hope to tune in in the future, but since there is no guarantee I'll be available at broadcast time, I'd like to encourage you to send out post hoc summaries of each broadcast together with a link to the specific archived show. (It would be great if the show could be made available in both mp3 and video, but I won't push my luck). This is the approach taken by James Corbett for all of his broadcasts, and I find it an extremely helpful one. I simply download the episodes I'm interested in to my dropbox, then listen to stream while taking my daily constitutional or performing other tasks that don't require too much focus.
    Anyway, I hope this weekly news summary "takes," and if you'll send a promotional email, I promise to disseminate it. You make a good pair, and God knows the 9/11 truth movement can use more dedicated news reporting.

  3. Please note that the archives of each show will be available shortly (immediately?) after broadcast at the same url, . We'll see about putting out post-hoc summaries at the same site.

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