The older archives (>10 years old) have been substantially recovered -- more than 23,800 files' worth -- and are now reachable through the search engine and via file download. Email here if you have any questions.
Your support is essential if the service is to continue, there are bandwidth bills to pay every month and failing disk drives to replace. Volunteers do the work, but disk drives and bandwidth are not free. We encourage you to contribute financially, even a dollar helps. Click here to donate.
Welcome to the new Radio4all website! If you cannot log in, you may need to reset your password. Email here if you need additional support.
 
Program Information
State Of The City reports
Ex Syria Ambassador says NATO May Blame Russia In Ukraine False Flag Chemical Weapons Attack
Weekly Program
Bristol set to remove 'dictatorial' mayoral system in May 2022 referendum
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  Contact Contributor
Bristol Set To Remove 'Dictatorial' Mayoral System In May 2022 Referendum - ‘Today I Married The Love Of My Life’: Julian Assange’s Fiancée Stella Moris - Plane Hack Assassins? MU5735 Kunming to Guangzhou: Evidence Mounting China Eastern 737 'Crash' Was US Act Of War On China - Ex Syrian Ambassador Says NATO May Blame Russia In Ukraine False Flag Chemical Weapons Attack - 2019 Rand Corporation report: ‘Unbalancing and destabilising Russia’ - Ukraine: Are Azov Nazis Camouflaging Israel's Proxy War On Russia? Vancouver journalist Greg Felton - Accelerationists Occultists And Nihilists Pushing Humanity Toward Armageddon - NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling
https://politicsthisweek.wordpress.com/2022/03/24/not-the-bcfm-politics-show-presented-by-tony-gosling-82/
Bristol Set To Remove ‘Dictatorial’ Mayoral System In May 2022 Referendum – ‘Today I Married The Love Of My Life’: Julian Assange’s Fiancée Stella Moris – Plane Hack Assassins? MU5735 Kunming to Guangzhou: Evidence Mounting China Eastern 737 ‘Crash’ Was US Act Of War On China – Ex Syrian Ambassador Says NATO May Blame Russia In Ukraine False Flag Chemical Weapons Attack – 2019 Rand Corporation report: ‘Unbalancing and destabilising Russia’ – Ukraine: Are Azov Nazis Camouflaging Israel’s Proxy War On Russia? Vancouver journalist Greg Felton – Accelerationists Occultists And Nihilists Pushing Humanity Toward Armageddon – NOT The BCfm Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling
Posted on 24th Mar 2022 by Tony Gosling — Leave a comment
MP3 of Friday 25th March 2022 Show [right click to download]… …(from c. 23:00) – More links to full length interviews at bottom of page
Download or Listen live online each week 17:00 to 21:00 GMT, 12:00-16:00 EST, 09:00-13:00 PST. 08:00-12:00 NZ Time – Repeats 11 & 5 AM and PM GMT daily on the stream www.internet-radio.com/station/PRSC alternative live stream www.radioquk.com
Tony’s channels: Bitchute – Odysee – 911 Forum – BOOKS: Bilderberg.org – Radio4All – The Land Is Ours – VK – TwitSpace – NSAbook – YouTube: This Show, Peter Borenius & Public Enquiry


Radio4All mp3 audio files usually available from 23:00 2-4hrs, after TX – we’ll credit you if you rebroadcast. Any probs. mp3s should be on alternative links below by then
Part One – News Review and Investigative Reports

Tim Kent, Lib Dem Councillor for Hengrove and Whitchurch Park, joins Tony and Martin. Vote for whether Bristol wants a Mayor in May. Bristol Council Budget vote. Business West based in Somerset. Bristol Energy and Bristol Arena wasted huge amounts of Council money. Bristol Post – Bristol Mayoral post is undemocratic. Bristol’s elected mayor system slammed as ‘undemocratic’ in survey Fewer than 10 people said that the city has benefited from having an elected mayor The vast majority of BristolLive readers who responded our survey on the mayoral referendum said they don’t think Bristol should keep the elected mayor system. Of the 126 responses received, 119 (or 94.44 per cent) said they didn’t think the city should continue having an elected mayor. Bristol will be going to the polls this year to decide whether to scrap the mayoral system after opposition councillors had a victory in City Hall in December 2021. A majority of elected members of Bristol City Council backed a motion to hold a legally binding second referendum 10 years after the first which created the post of Mayor of Bristol in 2012. The referendum in May 2022 will offer Bristolians the choice of keeping an elected mayor or going back to the committee system of governance which was in place prior to 2000. The leader and cabinet system was in place between 2000 and 2012, when George Ferguson became the city’s first directly elected mayor in November 2012. This is a big decision for the city and that is why we launched a survey to find out what our readers’ thoughts are. The reasons given by readers on why the city shouldn’t keep its elected mayor included “too many bad decisions”, “undemocratic system” and “a huge waste of taxpayers’ money”.

Western Harbour presentation shows Bristol councillors ‘kids’ drawings’ and little else They raised concerns that the upcoming consultation will be a ‘tick-box’ exercise Frustrated councillors expecting to examine fresh proposals to revamp the Cumberland Basin were presented with “nothing to scrutinise” but “kids’ drawings”. They had hoped to hear detailed results from early engagement with the public, along with new plans for the area that Bristol City Council now calls Western Harbour, at a council meeting on Monday (February 28). But despite the imminent launch of a six-week consultation on Thursday, March 10, growth and regeneration scrutiny commission members were given a short report and shown 15 slides, mostly containing photographs from the series of “visioning days” held in the autumn, when the local authority went back to the drawing board after losing residents’ trust over its intentions. The slideshow also included a “vision” for the future Western Harbour comprising four guiding “principles” but no detail and a few sentences “distilled” from the feedback at the events called listening labs and creative workshops, which involved actors and activities including Plasticine modelling. Baffled councillors criticised the lack of information to get their teeth into about the vision, which proclaims that “as a gateway and connection point, the area will be both edge and centre”. They expressed fear that the consultation would be a meaningless “tick-box exercise”. They also pointed out the four principles going back out to consultation – ‘Be a distinctive gateway to Bristol’, ‘Support a thriving community’, ‘Build on its tradition of innovation’, and ‘Embrace freedom and nature’ – could apply to anywhere in the city, so everyone would agree with them anyway. Officers pleaded with members to “bear with” them and said the timing was unfortunate because while there would be some more detail published by March 10, it wasn’t ready in time to present at the meeting. They said the four “emerging themes” were only very high level principles at this stage and that a masterplanning phase lasting 12 to 18 months would begin in the summer to come up with details like how many new houses and changes to the ageing network of roads and flyovers.

Future of Labour Party. PR vote system. Rishi Sunak giving his Spring Budget. The Mirror – struggling Brits. PMQs Rachel Reeves – Rishi could have put windfall tax on fuel and energy. Mark Serwotka from PCS Union on BBC Question Time. Red Wall vote for Tories. Spring Statement 2022: 13 big cost of living blows hitting you from next Friday Chancellor Rishi Sunak is giving his Spring Statement 2022 – with fuel duty and National Insurance rumoured to change. But with inflation, energy bills and taxes all soaring, it’s unlikely to touch the sides Martin Lewis warns Brits may have to choose between ‘starving or freezing’ The biggest cost-of-living crisis for decades is hitting Brits – and most of it hasn’t even started yet. As Rishi Sunak delivers his 2022 Spring Statement tomorrow, pleas are mounting to help the millons of Brits who could soon have to choose between food and fuel. Energy bills, National Insurance and inflation are all surging in April, outstripping below-inflation benefit, pension and wage rises. Meanwhile tax and student loan repayment thresholds are being frozen in a ‘ stealth tax ’ squeeze on the cost of living. Rishi Sunak preparing his Spring Statement today in publicity pThe Mirror understands officials are braced for inflation to peak above 8% this Spring, with formal forecasts due to be produced tomorrow. Chancellor Rishi Sunak is considering cutting fuel duty by 5p a litre and is said to have looked at raising the National Insurance threshold, to take some of the lowest-paid Brits out of the soon-to-be-hiked tax. But he’s resisting any bigger action like axing the NI hike entirely – or raising pensions or benefits beyond 3.1%. Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis warned on Sunday: “I am virtually out of tools to help people now.

PMQs Kier Starmer – P&O sacking 800 staff – migrant workers and Labour. PMQs £11.8bn fraud on Covid loans. Covid PPE dodgy contracts. 22 March 2022 – Covid fraud cost us TWICE as much as Black Wednesday: Data shows shocking £11.8bn was lost in pandemic support schemes... dwarfing ’90s financial horror Billions have been lost to people taking advantage of Covid-19 support schemes Fraud and error during the pandemic saw an incredible £11.8billion go missing The loss is almost double the amount lost by Britain on Black Wednesday in 1992 02 Oct 2020 – Organised criminals are targeting Covid loans for small businesses The UK’s crime agency says it shared “red flag indicators” with banks to help them tackle fraudulent applications Organised criminals are exploiting the Government’s emergency pandemic loan scheme for small businesses, crime investigators have warned. The National Crime Agency (NCA) said on Friday it had received intelligence that criminals are targeting the Bounce Back Loan Scheme under which banks have approved about £38bn of lending to 1.3m businesses since May. The agency said it had shared “red flag indicators” with banks lending under the scheme to help them tackle fraudulent applications for loans. Under the scheme, small businesses can borrow up to £50,000 from commercial lenders at an annual interest rate of 2.5pc. The Government guarantees 100pc of any losses banks suffer if borrowers fail to repay their bounce back loans. The crime agency’s statement comes days after it emerged that the Government launched the bounce back scheme despite concerns raised by the British Business Bank, which administers the programme.

P&O Scandal: Labour Party Big Fans Of Migrant Labour? What now for Labour’s migration policy? At the APPG on Migration fringe meeting, hosted by EY, MPs discussed how Labour can change the conversation on immigration. How the Labour Party will shape its migration policy going forward was the topic of debate for yesterday’s APPG on Migration fringe meeting at party conference. “The important thing to get across is: migration is not a bad thing,” said Ian Preston, professor at the University College of London. Migration, he argued, allows skills to move where they are most needed, spurs innovation and encourages entrepreneurism. “Being open to immigration encourages growth,” he concluded. EY’s head of Global Immigration, Margaret Burton, called for Labour to stop putting a number on net migration. Tulip Siddiq, MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, backed this call saying the net migration target was “ill conceived” and will cause greater harm than good. She specifically took issue with the Tory’s inclusion of refugees and students in the target, describing the first as inhumane and the second as economically harmful. Ms Burton, said that employers were concerned over the negative impact that the net migration cap will have on their ability to hire skilled labour. Quoting a recent CBI skills survey, she said that 50% of employers do not believe they will be able to find the necessary skilled workers in the future.

Met Police fundamentally flawed according to report – Met Police ‘fundamentally flawed’ when tackling corruption in its ranks: Damning report blasts ‘arrogant, secretive and lethargic’ force for hiring staff with criminal records, 2,000 missing warrant cards and failure to properly vet officers HM’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services made 20 recommendations for change Found force had not learned lessons from the unsolved 1987 murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan Home Secretary Priti Patel said she was ‘very disappointed’ with the ‘deficiencies’ the report had exposed The Met Police was blasted today for its ‘fundamentally flawed’ approach to tackling corruption, with a damning watchdog report finding it had hired 100 officers with convictions and lost an astonishing 2,000 warrant cards. Inspectors also found major failures in the vetting of officers in sensitive posts such as child protection and said ‘dire’ procedures for handling seized goods had seen hundreds of items – including cash and drugs – disappear. The Met has not learned lessons from the unsolved 1987 murder of private investigator Daniel Morgan, Her Majesty’s Inspectorate of Constabulary and Fire and Rescue Services (HMICFRS) said. Priti Patel commissioned the report after an independent inquiry into how the force handled Mr Morgan’s case found it was institutionally corrupt, saying it had concealed or denied failings to protect its reputation. Inspectors found little had changed and the Met continued to ‘sometimes behave in ways that make it appear arrogant, secretive and lethargic’. The revelation warrant cards had regularly gone missing will raise fears they could be exploited by criminals. Serving officer Wayne Couzens used his to trick Sarah Everard into getting into his car before raping and murdering her. Today Priti Patel said she was ‘very disappointed’ with the ‘deficiencies’ the report had exposed, and said the next Met Commissioner – who is replacing scandal-hit Cressida Dick – must ‘reverse them… as a matter of urgency’. The (HMICFRS) made 20 recommendations for change as it uncovered a raft of damning findings, including – In the last two years, the Met recruited people with criminal connections and more than 100 people who have committed offences. Some of these decisions ‘may have been justifiable, but the force failed to properly supervise these people to lessen the risks’; Property and exhibits procedures were ‘dire’. Hundreds of items were not accounted for, including cash and drugs. In one instance, the security access code for a property store was written on the outside of the door; The force does not know whether all those in sensitive posts – such as child protection, major crime investigation, and informant handling – have been cleared to the level of security vetting needed; More than 2,000 warrant cards issued to personnel who had since left the force were unaccounted for; The Met still ‘does not have the capability to proactively monitor its IT systems, despite repeated warnings from the inspectorate’. IT monitoring is used by most forces to help identify corrupt staff. .

Most of neon gas for computer chips comes from Russia – we could have shortage here.

Julian Assange married this week – congratulations! An interview with Julian Assange from 2011 by Laura …. on RT – attempts to extradite him to Sweden for ‘rape’ trial – The Guardian over-redacting Wikileaks cables. Joshua Schult – Vault 7 leak – court case. John Shipton, Julian Assange’s father, on campaigning around Europe for Julian, Vault 7 and hacking planes, Julian’s court cases, and the one-sided press – www.DEA.org (Don’t Extradite Assange) Stella, Julian’s wife, on how press and wedding photos were denied at their 15 min wedding ‘Today I will marry the love of my life’: Julian Assange’s fiancée Stella Moris This is not a prison wedding, it is a declaration of love and resilience in spite of the prison walls, in spite of the political persecution, in spite of the arbitrary detention, in spite of the harm and harassment inflicted on Julian and our family. Their torment only makes our love grow stronger. Every part of this private event is being intensely policed, from our guest list to the wedding picture. Behind the scenes we have been locked in a dispute with the Ministry of Justice and prison authorities, who have denied our proposed witnesses because they are journalists; and who have denied our proposed photographer because he also works as a press photographer, even though they would all attend in a private capacity. The prison states that our wedding picture is a security risk because it could end up in social media or the press. How absurd. What kind of security threat could a wedding picture pose? Belmarsh regularly permits photography. Tommy Robinson and other convicted prisoners were allowed to be interviewed on camera when ITV filmed inside Belmarsh prison. But for Julian, who isn’t even serving a sentence, there appear to be a different set of rules. What are they so afraid of? I am convinced that they fear that people will see Julian as a human being. Not a name, but a person. Their fear reveals that they want Julian to remain invisible to the public at all costs, even on his wedding day, and especially on his wedding day. For him to disappear from public consciousness. The press has not been permitted to photograph Julian since 2019. The last time he was photographed by the press was through the scratched windows of a Serco prison van on his way to court, shortly after his arrest on 11 April 2019. After those pictures were published, the authorities switched his transport to vans with automatic steel shutters, which prevent even that type of press photography. Julian hasn’t been seen by the public in three years. Recently, he has not even been permitted to be in court for his own hearings. In October, he suffered a transient ischemic (TIA) attack, or mini-stroke. The way he is being treated is cruel and inhuman, and the public doesn’t like it. So the authorities hide it from the public. Julian is being turned into prisoner X, an abstraction that is neither seen nor heard, and therefore nonexistent. Julian is being disappeared because his imprisonment is a national disgrace, an embarrassment for the British state, and a vicious, authoritarian move. The logic of disappearing a person in the hope that they will be forgotten is what Soviet Russia did. But it’s too late to hide what is being done to him. The UN special rapporteur on torture, Nils Melzer, has deconstructed a decade of persecution and psychological torture inflicted on Julian. Julian is being made to suffer in a monstrous, undeniable, political persecution.

Bitchute video of complete show

https://www.bitchute.com/channel/9N5Yg4kpoQOv/
Part Two – Covid Climate Round-Up With End Times Prophecy Reports

Plane Hack Assassins? China Eastern MU5735 Kunming to Guangzhou: Evidence Mounting 737 ‘Crash’ Identical To Previous MAX 8 Was US Act Of War On China – Pilots flying plane near speed of sound didn’t answer traffic controllers – Computer expert hacked into plane and made it briefly fly sideways, according to FBI – Chris Roberts of One World Labs in Denver was flying on the plane at the time it turned sideways, according to an FBI search warrant filed in April – Roberts told the FBI he had hacked into planes “15 to 20 times,” according to court documents first made public on 15 May. A computer security expert hacked into a plane’s in-flight entertainment system and made it briefly fly sideways by telling one of the engines to go into climb mode. Chris Roberts of One World Labs in Denver was flying on the plane at the time it turned sideways, according to an FBI search warrant filed in April. The warrant was first publicized on Friday by APTN, a Canadian News Service. Roberts told the FBI he had hacked into planes “15 to 20 times,” according to court documents first made public on 15 May. Roberts first made news in April when he was told he couldn’t fly on United Airlines because of tweets he had made about whether he could hack into the flight’s onboard computer settings. The FBI search warrant describes him doing just that. According to the document, in an interview on 13 February, 2015, Roberts told agents he had hacked into in-flight entertainment centers on Boeing 737s, 757s and Airbus A-320 aircraft “15 to 20 times.” The warrant describes how Roberts would wiggle and squeeze the Seat Electronic Box under his seat, which connected to the plane’s in-flight entertainment system, or IFE. He would then connect a cable to the box and connect it to his computer. From there, Roberts was able to hack into the plane’s Thrust Management Computer using default IDs and passwords. He overwrote computer code for the planes’ thrust management computer, which he told agents allowed him to make the plane climb on his command. At least once, according to the document, he told one engine on a plane to climb, causing the plane to move sideways as it flew. Roberts also used software to monitor traffic from the cockpit, according to the search warrant request. Roberts is a well-known and respected expert on computer security. He told the FBI he was furnishing the information “because he would like the vulnerabilities fixed.”Crash of Chinese aeroplane flight 5735 – another 737-800 gone down – faulty aeroplanes or hacked? Independent – hacking flights – Dylan Beaty, from ‘Fly by Wire’, on the previous 737 crash – computers over-riding plane systems.

Stand in The Pub in Bristol – some attendees discuss the Russian/ Ukraine war. We are Stand in The Pub, we are setting up groups via telegram to enable like minded individuals to link up and come together to take action on the local level. This movement is similar to Stand In The Park. We feel alot of people have difficulties getting to the local park on Sundays at 10am so we decided to create our own movement which will take place mid week in the evening. This allows like minded people to get to know each other better and build a resistance in the form of a local network of people. Rather than meeting in a local park, we will meet in local pubs, to enjoy local cuisine and drinks. We are Stand in The Pub, we are setting up groups via telegram to enable like minded individuals to link up and come together to take action on the local level. This movement is similar to Stand In The Park. We feel a lot of people have difficulties getting to the local park on Sundays at 10am so we decided to create our own movement which will take place mid week in the evening. This allows like minded people to get to know each other better and build a resistance in the form of a local network of people. Rather than meeting in a local park, we will meet in local pubs, to enjoy local cuisine and drinks. National UK group http://t.me/standinthepubuk – PLEASE JOIN YOUR LOCAL STAND IN THE PUB LOCAL TELEGRAM GROUPS: BASILDON – http://t.me/standinthepubbas BIRMINGHAM – http://t.me/standinthepubbirm CORNWALL – http://T.ME/STANDINTHEPUBCORNWALL COVENTRY – http://t.me/standinthepubcov DERBY – http://t.me/standinthepubderby DEVON – http://t.me/standinthepubdevon LIVERPOOL – http://t.me/standinthepubliverpool LONDON – http://t.me/standinthepublondon MANCHESTER – http://t.me/standinthepubmanc NOTTINGHAM – http://t.me/standinthepubnotts SOMERSET – http://t.me/standinthepubsommerset

Sergei Lavrov on the propaganda war. Mint Press News – Dan Cohen – Ukraine propaganda funders. Sanctions aim ‘to marginalize Russia, reduce its role in int’l arena to zero’ Russia’s Foreign Minister Lavrov says West conducts information war against his country, hinders normalization with Ukraine 2022-03-18 13:39:25 MOSCOW The purpose of sanctions against Russia is to marginalize the country and reduce its role in the international arena to zero, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said on Friday. Speaking in an interview with Russia’s RT TV channel in Moscow, Lavrov recalled that the Western sanctions were never completely cancelled even after the dissolution of the Soviet Union. “What we are seeing now in Ukraine is the quintessence of the Western strategic course, namely to marginalize Russia, to contain it, to put an end to Russia’s development, as well as to reduce Russia’s role to zero in world politics, economics, sports, art, trade, science, education,” he said. According to Lavrov, although the West links sanctions with the Ukrainian events in 2014, it started imposing restrictive measures long before that, which will continue in the future. However, the sanctions made Russia stronger and destroyed the illusion that Russia can rely on the West, he continued, adding that an understanding came that the country can only rely on itself and those allies that will not leave it in difficult times. “We are the champion in terms of the number of sanctions that have been imposed on the Russian Federation. More than 5,000 individual sanctions. This is almost twice as much as the number of sanctions imposed against North Korea and Iran,” he noted. Despite the current difficulties, provoked by the US attempt to make the world unipolar, where everyone “will dance to the tune of the strongest,” Russia does not close its doors to the West and may resume the cooperation, bearing in mind that it is an unreliable partner, he said. Lavrov said the West is carrying out an information war against Russia, replacing the facts with slogans and using methods of “information terrorism.” “We understood long ago there is no such thing as independent Western media. This is war. The methods of information terrorism are used in the war. There is no doubt about it,” he said. Speaking about the Russia-Ukraine war, the minister insisted that the Russian military captured documents by Ukraine’s General Staff, confirming the preparation of a large-scale offensive in Donbas, arguing that Russia’s military operation is aiming to protect the people of the rebel regions averted terrible bloodshed. Lavrov warned that the arms deliveries to Ukraine from the West will be “the rightful target” for the Russian military. He also said that under the contracts, the S-300 air defense systems cannot be sold or transferred to the third parties, which makes “illegal” its redeployment from some former Soviet countries to Ukraine. Russia’s goals in Ukraine are to move any threat coming from Ukraine’s territory and to make the country’s authorities cancel all legislation discriminatory to the Russian population of Ukraine, he said. As for the Pentagon’s alleged biolabs in Ukraine, Lavrov said Russia will insist that this issue be taken into consideration under the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological Weapons, as well as under the UN Security Council, as such activities pose a threat to international peace and security. The minister added that the US opened over 300 biological laboratories — many of them along the Russian border — but the project in Ukraine may be the biggest. Lavrov expressed hope that one day the relations between Russia and Ukraine will finally normalize, although he expects that the West will hinder the process.

NATO meets – Stoltenberg on NATO’s response. Rand report – ‘Unbalancing and destabilising Russia’ Boris on Newsnight – on Ukraine and Zelenskyy. The far right and neo-Nazis in Ukraine. Biden at the NATO conference. Rand Corp: how to destroy Russia May 23, 2019 The conclusions of the latest confidential report by the Rand Corporation were recently made public in a « Brief ». They explain how to wage a new Cold War against Russia. Certain recommendations have already been implemented, but this systemic exposure enables us to understand their true objective. Force the adversary to expand recklessly in order to unbalance him, and then destroy him. This is not the description of a judo hold, but a plan against Russia elaborated by the Rand Corporation, the most influential think tank in the USA. With a staff of thousands of experts, Rand presents itself as the world’s most reliable source for Intelligence and political analysis for the leaders of the United States and their allies. The Rand Corp prides itself on having contributed to the elaboration of the long-term strategy which enabled the United States to win the Cold War, by forcing the Soviet Union to consume its own economic resources in the strategic confrontation. It is this model which was the inspiration for the new plan, Overextending and Unbalancing Russia , published by Rand [1]. According to their analysts, Russia remains a powerful adversary for the United States in certain fundamental sectors. To handle this opposition, the USA and their allies will have to pursue a joint long-term strategy which exploits Russia’s vulnerabilities. So Rand analyses the various means with which to unbalance Russia, indicating for each the probabilities of success, the benefits, the cost, and the risks for the USA. Rand analysts estimate that Russia’s greatest vulnerability is that of its economy, due to its heavy dependency on oil and gas exports. The income from these exports can be reduced by strengthening sanctions and increasing the energy exports of the United States. The goal is to oblige Europe to diminish its importation of Russian natural gas, and replace it by liquefied natural gas transported by sea from other countries.

Grayzone – Hamish De Bretton Gordon at forefront of preparing NATO chemical weapons attack in Syria and now in Ukraine too? Hamish de Bretton-Gordon on The World Tonight – how to survive a chemical attack. UK Spook Set to Repeat Syria Role in Ukraine Shadowy U.K. intel figure Hamish de Bretton-Gordon was at the forefront of chemical weapons deceptions in Syria. Now in Ukraine, he’s up to his old tricks again, writes Kit Klarenberg at The Gray Zone. With Washington and its NATO allies forced to watch from the sidelines as Russia’s military advances across Eastern Ukraine and encircles Kiev, U.S. and British officials have resorted to a troubling tactic that could trigger a massive escalation. Following similar claims by his Secretary of State and ambassador to the United Nations, U.S. President Joseph Biden has declared that Russia will pay a “severe price” if it uses chemical weapons in Ukraine. The warnings emanating from the Biden administration contain chilling echoes of those issued by the administration of President Barack Obama throughout the U.S.-led dirty war on Syria. Almost as soon as Obama implemented his ill-fated “red line” policy vowing an American military response if the Syrian army attacked the Western-backed opposition with chemical weapons, al Qaeda-aligned opposition factions came forth with claims of mass casualty sarin and chlorine bombings of civilians. The result was a series of U.S.-U.K. missile strikes on Damascus and a prolonged crisis that nearly triggered the kind of disastrous regime change war that had destabilized Iraq and Libya. In each major chemical weapons event, signs of staging and deception by the armed Syrian opposition were present. As a former U.S. ambassador in the Middle East told journalist Charles Glass, “The ‘red line’ was an open invitation to a false-­flag operation.”

Ukraine’s Propaganda War Dan Cohen reveals the network of foreign strategists, Washington lobbyists and intelligence-linked media outlets behind Kiev’s public relations blitz. Since the Russian offensive inside Ukraine commenced on Feb. 24, the Ukrainian military has cultivated the image of a plucky little army standing up to the Russian Goliath. To bolster the perception of Ukrainian military mettle, Kiev has churned out a steady stream of sophisticated propaganda aimed at stirring public and official support from Western countries. The campaign includes language guides, key messages and hundreds of propaganda posters, some of which contain fascist imagery and even praise Neo-Nazi leaders. Behind Ukraine’s public relations effort is an army of foreign political strategists, Washington, D.C., lobbyists, and a network of intelligence-linked media outlets. Ukraine’s propaganda strategy earned it praise from a NATO commander who told The Washington Post, “They are really excellent in stratcom ­ media, info ops, and also psy-ops.” The Post ultimately conceded that “Western officials say that while they cannot independently verify much of the information that Kyiv puts out about the evolving battlefield situation, including casualty figures for both sides, it nonetheless represents highly effective stratcom.” Key to the propaganda effort is an international legion of public relations firms working directly with Ukraine’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to wage information warfare. According to the industry news site PRWeek, the initiative was launched by an anonymous figure who allegedly founded a Ukraine-based public relations firm. “From the first hour of war, we decided to join the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to help them distribute the official sources to show the truth,” the nameless figure told PR Week. “This is a hybrid war: the mix of bloodily struggling fight with a huge disinformation and fake campaign lead by Russia [sic].” According to the anonymous figure, more than 150 public relations firms have joined the propaganda blitz. The international effort is spearheaded by public relations firm PR Network co-founder Nicky Regazzoni and Francis Ingham, a top public relations consultant with close ties to the U.K.’s government. Ingraham previously worked for Britain’s Conservative Party, sits on the U.K. Government Communication Service Strategy and Evaluation Council, is chief executive of the International Communications Consultancy Organisation, and leads the membership body for U.K. local government communicators, LG Comms.

Peter Ford, former Ambassador to Syria, on a potential false flag chemical attack in Ukraine just like in Syria. UKRAINE: The Syria Playbook Redux March 21, 2022 By NEWS WIRE ‘Playbook. A book containing a sports team’s strategies and plays, especially in American football.’ Yes, the playbook for Syria is now being used for Ukraine. But is it Russia’s or America’s? Peter Ford – The Russians in attacking Ukraine are taking leaves out of their Syrian playbook, so we are being constantly told. But the American origin of this term gives us a clue as to what is really going on. The chemical weapons play One of the plays being used is apparently the brandishing of chemical weapons. It’s important to recall what actually happened in Syria in this regard. The first alleged use of chemical weapons in Syria occurred in the Ghouta suburbs of Damascus in 2013. After a vote in the British Parliament scuppered a Western plan to bomb Syria in retaliation, the Russians, not the West, took active steps to remove Syria’s stocks of chemical weapons, shepherding Syria through a process of dismantling all its stocks under international supervision and verification (compare and contrast US research collaboration with Ukraine in biolabs so sensitive that records had to be destroyed before the Russians arrived). Claims nevertheless continued to be made, never verified in situ by independent parties, that Syria was using chemical weapons. In April 2018 reports emerged from Douma on the outskirts of Damascus that Syria had used chlorine gas in a particularly egregious attack on civilians. Without waiting even the 48 hours needed for international inspectors to arrive, the US, UK and France launched punitive bombing raids on Syria. Subsequently, inspectors found evidence at the scene consistent with a false flag operation. That evidence was doctored at headquarters in The Hague under intense pressure from the US and UK. The real lesson from the incident – that fraudsters were at work – was thus never learned and a spurious version of the truth prevailed. What really happened, many experts believe, was that jihadi groups affiliated with Al Qaida yet supported by Western powers fabricated the incident (it wasn’t difficult with Western intelligence agencies and gullible Western media eager to pin blame on Assad) in order to provide a pretext for the West to enter the war and turn back the tide against Assad. These are but two among other similar incidences talking place over the course of the conflict.

Greg Felton, author of ‘The Host and the Parasite’, on how the neo-Nazi Asov Battalion in Ukraine is supported by Israel – due to Russia and Arabs getting in the way of Israel’s interests. Russia the world’s last line of defence against Isramerica’s murderous grand design The world is heading for war. The Isramerican empire is funneling tons of heavy weaponry into Ukraine to provoke Russia into launching a defensive attack, and then that response will be used to justify starting a major war. It is a waste of time trying to find any intelligent discussion in the mainstream corporate media of why the U.S. wants to provoke war with Russia. Its job is to cover up and falsify, not report. For example, take the following well-known acts of violence. Despite what the media told us at the time, we know that the collapse of World Trade Centre had nothing to do with Muslim anger, and the Boston Marathon bombing had nothing to do with Chechen terrorism. These three events, among others, were executed with such clumsiness that they should have immediately been exposed as frauds, but they worked because their simplistic cause-and-effect narrative, black-and-white morality and shock value stampeded the public into doing what was expected: embrace official anti-Muslim bloodlust, self-identify with the officially approved victims, and, most importantly, accept the need to sacrifice liberty for security, as in this official declaration. If we look at the Charlie Hebdo shooting synoptically with the Boston Marathon bombing and the World Trade Centre/Pentagon attack, Isramerica’s handiwork in Ukraine becomes frighteningly obvious. These seemingly discrete false-flag attacks fit together to reveal a coherent pattern of deliberate, Isramerican subversion that is now being played out in Ukraine.

David Livingstone – is Henry Kissinger the world’s Luciferian High Priest? – Tony was at grammar school, friends with ‘pro WW3’ Accelerationist author and philosopher Nick Land PhD at Langley Park school in West Wickham, Kent. One of the central figures of accelerationism is the British philosopher Nick Land, who taught at Warwick University in the 1990s, and then abruptly left academia. “Philosophers are vivisectors,” he wrote in 1992. “They have the precise and reptilian intelligence shared by all who experiment with living things.” Iain Hamilton Grant, who was one of Land’s students, remembers: “There was always a tendency in all of us to bait the liberal, and Nick was the best at it.” Since Warwick, Land has published prolifically on the internet, not always under his own name, about the supposed obsolescence of western democracy; he has also written approvingly about “human biodiversity” and “capitalistic human sorting” – the pseudoscientific idea, currently popular on the far right, that different races “naturally” fare differently in the modern world; and about the supposedly inevitable “disintegration of the human species” when artificial intelligence improves sufficiently.

Accelerationist occultists and nihilists pushing humanity toward Armageddon? Linking up online with English author and philosopher Nick Land, Yarvin, writing under the nom de plume Mencius Moldbug, helped develop the doctrine of “neoreaction,” or NRx, essentially an argument that democracy had outlived its usefulness. The movement is also known as the Dark Enlightenment, a term coined by Land, in his essay of the same name. Land has been described as the “father” of accelerationism, a set of ideas which propose that capitalism and technological change should be drastically accelerated to create further radical social change.[241] Drawing on the work the postmodernists Gilles Deleuze, Felix Guattari and Jean-Francois Lyotard, Land argued that capitalist technological progress was transforming not just our societies, but the individual, who is becoming less important than the techno-capitalist system itself.[242] Accelerationism reflected a similar approach adopted by Satanists, particularly the Process Church and Charles Manson. As explained by Jean-Paul Bourré, in Les sectes Lucifériennes aujourd’hui (“The Luciferian Sects Today”), the Luciferian orders sometimes have different goals, but they all share in common the particular goal of wanting to trigger the apocalypse necessary for the final transformation: the acceleration of the events of the End Times, and the preparation of an occult elite destined for the priesthood of the Luciferian religion.[243] Although the Process Church’s “processean” theology is considered unrelated to the process theology of Alfred North Whitehead­who influenced Deleuze­after its leader DeGrimston was removed by the Council of Masters as Teacher, many former members of the cult joined Deleuze in his leadership of the Anti-Oedipal movement of 1968.[244] Hinting at the connection, Land explained in an email to Vox, “Modernity has Capitalism (the self-escalating techno-commercial complex) as its motor. Our question was what ‘the process’ wants (i.e. spontaneously promotes) and what resistances it provokes.”[245] Land was a lecturer in Continental Philosophy at the University of Warwick from 1987 until his resignation in 1998. At Warwick, he and Sadie Plant co-founded the Cybernetic Culture Research Unit CCRU. After the CCRU split from Warwick in 1998, according to Andy Beckett, a journalist who chronicled the CCRU’s in The Guardian, Land and his remaining followers moved into a home in Leamington, where they were drawn to numerology, HP Lovecraft, and Aleister Crowley, part of an obsession with the occult that had flourished in the accelerationist ranks. “The CCRU became quasi-cultish, quasi-religious,” explained former member Robin Mackay. “I left before it descended into sheer madness.”[246] Land has also “highly-recommended” the works of David Myatt’s fascist Satanist Order of Nine Angles (O9A), whose international distributor is adept Kerry Bolton, founder of the Black Order and associate of Alexander Dugin.

Download Program Podcast
07:10:00 1 Jan. 1, 1
  View Script
    
 04:00:00  56Kbps mp3
(101MB) Mono
335 Download File...
Download Program Podcast
07:10:00 1 Jan. 1, 1
  View Script
    
 00:20:00  64Kbps mp3
(8MB) Mono
188 Download File...
Download Program Podcast
07:10:00 1 Jan. 1, 1
  View Script
    
 00:25:00  64Kbps mp3
(11MB) Mono
220 Download File...
Download Program Podcast
07:10:00 1 Jan. 1, 1
  View Script
    
 00:35:00  64Kbps mp3
(17MB) Mono
239 Download File...
Download Program Podcast
07:10:00 1 Jan. 1, 1
  View Script
    
 01:00:00  64Kbps mp3
(28MB) Mono
238 Download File...
Download Program Podcast
07:10:00 1 Jan. 1, 1
  View Script
    
 00:05:00  128Kbps mp3
(2MB) Mono
246 Download File...
Download Program Podcast
07:10:00 1 Jan. 1, 1
  View Script
    
 00:45:00  64Kbps mp3
(18MB) Mono
245 Download File...