SUNDAY OCTOBER 5TH, 2014
11pm INVESTIGATION OF FASCISM IN AMERICA
Richard welcomes ALEX CONSTANTINE, American author, investigative journalist and online editor of The Constantine Report. His work focuses on world fascism, political corruption and organized crime. Constantine's books have provided the premise for several BBC documentaries.
The Constantine Report has numerous articles on everything form the JFK assassination and cover-up and Nazi's in America to keeping an eye on corporations and big pharma and other assorted fronts of the far right.
His works specializes in exposing CIA covert Ops including their torture program and propaganda techniques.
He is also the author of Blood, Carnage and the Agent Provocateur (1993), Psychic Dictatorship in the USA (1994), Virtual Government (1996), and Terror on the Right (2013).
Guest: ALEX CONSTANTINE, called to continue the work of the late MAE BRUSSELL Alex Constantine is the author of seven books on political corruption, organized crime, the intelligence community and corporate excesses, including being editor of the "Essential Mae Brussell Investigations of Fascism in America"
The central thesis states an ex-Nazi scientist-Old Boy OSS clique in the CIA using Mafia hit men changed the course of American history by bumping off one and all, high and low, who became an irritant to them.”—Warren Hinkle, San Francisco Examiner columnist .
12am THE CHOLESTEROL MYTHS
Richard speaks with a neurologist, medical doctor and independent researcher about his book "The Cholesterol Myths" how fat and cholesterol are good for you. To talk about the many benefits that are associated with high cholesterol, even for people with familial hypercholesterolemia. Dr. Ravnskov will discuss his own idea about the cause of heart disease, an idea that explains all the findings that do not fit with the present view.
The aim of his book is to show how prominent scientists have turned white into black by ignoring all conflicting observations; by twisting and exaggerating trivial findings; by citing studies with opposing results in a way to make them look supportive; and by ignoring or scorning the work of critical scientists. Those who have not read his previous books may not quite understand the width of these misleading processes. He has focused his work into a synopsis of the most obvious contradictions to the cholesterol hypothesis.
Guest: UFFE RAVNSKOV, MD, PhD graduated from the University of Copenhagen with an MD. Went on to be an assistant professor and independent researcher as well as director of THINCS, The International Network of Cholesterol Skeptics. His published books include "Ignore the Awkward! How the Cholesterol Myths Are Kept Alive" and "Fat and Cholesterol are GOOD for You!" He is also a Member of the editorial board of Journal of Lipids and a member of International Science Oversight Board.
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Mickey Huff is the Director of Project Censored/Media Freedom foundation
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The Essential Mae Brussell is a compilation of chilling essays and radio transcripts by the seminal American anti-fascist researcher, famously supported by John Lennon and Yoko Ono
Mae Brussell Took up the study of fascism in America. After the Kennedy assassination, she purchased the twenty-six-volume Warren Commission Report, and compiled, for herself, evidence that Lee Harvey Oswald was, as he maintained after his arrest, a “patsy.” She had a regular radio broadcast on KLRB, an independent FM radio station in Carmel, California. She also published articles in Paul Krassner’s the Realist, Hustler, People’s Almanac, and the Berkeley Barb. In 1983, Mae’s hour-long program shifted to KAZU-FM in Pacific Grove, California, and she remained on the air weekly until her final broadcast in June 1988. On October 3, 1988, at age of sixty-six, Brussell died of cancer.
Mae was disturbed by the contradictory information and unreported realities she discovered in those volumes. As a result, she started subscribing to many major newspapers and magazines, whose stories she filed and organized, uncovering disquieting connections and patterns behind government and corporate malfeasance.
An impressed John Lennon donated money to Paul Krassner’s hip counterculture magazine, The Realist, so he could afford to print Mae Brussell’s work. Throughout the ‘70s and ‘80s Mae reported, in radio programs primarily, about the horrors infecting American culture. Mae’s work was followed by a number of devoted listeners who were known as “Brussell Sprouts,” who often expanded upon the conspiracy theories with their research.