Lendman News Hour Guests for February 1 – 5 and Progressive Radio News Hour February 4 Guest

The Lendman News Hour Guests for February 1 - 5, 2010Dates:Monday, February 1 - Irving Wesley HallTuesday, February 2 - Brian ConcannonWednesday, February 3 - John KozyThursday, February 4 - Monday's program repeatedFriday, February 5 - Catherine Austin FittsTime: 10AM US Central timeIrving Wesley Hall is a longtime activist who's taught English, political science, philosophy,... Continue Reading →

Obama’s Outreach to Americans: Empty Rhetoric, Business As Usual

Obama's Outreach to Americans: Empty Rhetoric, Business As Usual - by Stephen LendmanThe response to Obama's first State of the Union address was predictable. Democrats loved it. Republicans were skeptical to critical, while the media tried to have it both ways.The New York Times called his tone "colloquial, even relaxed" in quoting him stating "the... Continue Reading →

Haiti’s Earthquake: Natural or Engineered

Haiti's Earthquake: Natural or Engineered - by Stephen LendmanHuman activity can cause destructive harm. Columbia University geophysical hazards research scientist, Christian Klose, studies how, including from mining. In a recent paper, he said: "mining activities disturb the in-situ stress in the upper continental crust and can trigger earthquakes (human-triggered seismicity)." Past examples are numerous:-- from... Continue Reading →

Focus on Israel: Harvesting Haitian Organs

Focus on Israel: Harvesting Haitian Organs - by Stephen LendmanOn January 15, Haaretz reported that:"The Israel Defense Forces' aid mission to Haiti left Israel overnight (January 14) with equipment for setting up an emergency field hospital. Around 220 soldiers and officers (were) in the delegation, including 120 medical staff (to) operate the hospital in the... Continue Reading →

Focus on Haiti: Washington’s Militarized Takeover

Focus on Haiti: Washington's Militarized Takeover - by Stephen LendmanHaiti is no stranger to adversity and anguish - over 500 years of severe oppression, slavery, despotism, colonization, reparations, embargoes, sanctions, deep poverty, starvation, unrepayable debt, and natural calamities from destructive hurricanes to a dozen magnitude 7.0 or greater Caribbean region earthquakes in the past 500... Continue Reading →

Lendman News Hour Guests for January 25 – 29 and Progressive Radio News Hour January 28 Guest

The Lendman News Hour Guests for January 25 - 29, 2010Dates:Monday, January 25 - Garda GhistaTuesday, January 26 - Rachael RudolphWednesday, January 27 - Webster TarpleyThursday, January 28 - Monday's program repeatedFriday, January 29 - Jack RasmusTime: 10AM US Central timeGarda Ghista is the Founding Director of the World Prout Assembly (WPA) and editor of... Continue Reading →

The Lessons of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions

The Lessons of Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions (BDS) - by Stephen LendmanEstablished in 1989, the MA'AN Development Center is "an independent Palestinian development and training institution....work(ing) towards sustainable human development in Palestine" through its various programs. On October 31, it released a publication on the Palestinian BDS campaign titled, "Boycott, Divestment, & Sanctions: Lessons learned... Continue Reading →

Political Earthquake Rocks Massachusetts

Political Earthquake Rocks Massachusetts - by Stephen LendmanFor the moment, millions of Haitians don't matter. For Washington and the West, they never did and don't now. It's pretense, a topic a forthcoming article will explore. Today, however, the Massachusetts political earthquake takes precedence, and headlines explain it.From the Boston Globe:"Big win for Brown....Voter anger caught... Continue Reading →

Disaster Capitalism Headed to Haiti

Disaster Capitalism Headed to Haiti - by Stephen LendmanIn her book, "The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism," Naomi Klein explores the myth of free market democracy, explaining how neoliberalism dominates the world with America its main exponent exploiting security threats, terror attacks, economic meltdowns, competing ideologies, tectonic political or economic shifts, and natural... Continue Reading →

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