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Soren Korsgaard: US “justice” system is CRIMINAL!

Listen HERE Soren Korsgaard, editor of the peer-reviewed criminology journal Radians and Inches: The Journal of Crime, discusses the crimes of the American criminal justice system, which systematically uses torture and slavery in pursuit of maximum profit for billionaires—who are far worse criminals than anyone who gets prosecuted, incarcerated, enslaved, and tortured. If there really were a “responsibility to protect” (R2P) the international community would need to bomb the USA back to the Stone Age, invade us, and liberate the millions (a great many of them innocent) enslaved and tortured in America’s privatized for-profit prisons—then arrest, prosecute, and sentence those responsible…


Criminology professor Jason Kissner: “Watch out for false flags this week!”

Broadcast September 8th, 10-11:00 a.m. Central (1500 GMT) on, archived here. Note: subscribers can listen to shows on-demand before they are broadcast – and also get free downloads! If you are a subscriber, just log in to the members area of and go to the “Private Blog” to get early access to the shows.  Guest: Jason Kissner, associate professor of criminology at California State University, Fresno. His new article Vanishing Airliners, “ISIS”, and 9/11: “Timing is Crucial in Politics” begins: “The very trustworthy MSM has just informed us that 11 commercial jet airliners vanished two weeks ago…


“Para-politics and the dual state” with criminology prof Eric Wilson

  Tuesday, November 27th, 11 a.m. to noon Central (9-10 Pacific) on (then archived here a few hours after broadcast). Guest: Eric Wilson, senior lecturer of public international law at Monash University, Melbourne, Australia, and editor of the brand-new scholarly book The Dual State: Parapolitics, Carl Schmitt and the National Security Complex, as well as  Government of the Shadows: Parapolitics and Criminal Sovereignty (Pluto Press, 2009).  Eric Wilson argues that nazi philospher Carl Schmitt (who spawned neocon guru Leo Strauss) got some things right, and some wrong…but that a serious consideration of his ideas can help us understand why…