Host: Stephen Lendman
Monday, April 27th
F. William Engdahl is a leading researcher, economist and analyst of the New World Order. For over 30 years, he's written extensively about energy, politics, economics, and more.
He also authored A Century of War: Anglo-American Politics and the New World Order and Seeds of Destruction: The Hidden Agenda of Genetic Manipulation.
His newest book is titled Full Spectrum Dominance: Totalitarian Democracy in the New World Order.
His new book and the global economic crisis will be discussed.
Tuesday, April 29th
Francis Boyle is an international law and human rights expert and professor of law at the University of Illinois. He also lectures widely, writes extensively, and authored numerous books, including his latest titled Tackling America's Toughest Questions: Alternative Media Interviews.
He "documents, critiques, and refutes all of the atrocities the Bush administration has inflicted upon international law and human rights, the US Constitution and Bill of Rights" throughout his entire tenure - the same agenda continued under Obama.
His new book and current policies will be discussed.
Wednesday, April 29th
John Kozy is a retired philosophy and logic professor, now blogging on social, political, and economic issues. He taught for 20 years and was a writer for another 20. His articles can be found at jkozy.com, johnkozy.mindsay.com, and Global Research.ca.
Three recent ones were The Flaw of Supply and Demand, The Economic Crisis: No this will not be a Normal Cyclical Recovery, and Global Crisis: Is Economics Rational?
In the first, he debunks "an empty, tautological doctrine that is not supported by observations of the marketplace and (in fact lets) producers increase prices to the detriment of consumers."
In the second, he explains how corporate friendly laws lie at "the root" of the global economic crisis and how they're heading America for third-world status.
In the third, he asks: "Do Economists Understand the Causes and Consequences of the Crisis?" The system they front for "benefits only the rich," impedes "the human condition....and unless scrapped" will keep doing it.
Discussion will focus on these articles and the state of America today under an administration heading it for tyranny, bankruptcy and ruin.
Thursday, April 30th
Rachael Rudolph is a Professor of Middle East and Islamic Studies at Emory & Henry College where her research and writing focus mainly on resistance strategies, especially Islamic movements in Algeria, Palestine, and the Philippines. Earlier, she taught at West Virginia University.
Her books include from Terrorism to Politics; Mobilizing Movements, Mobilizing Contemporary Islamic Resistance; and Saudi Arabia's War on Terrorism. She's currently working on a new book on the War on Gaza.
Sameh Habeeb is a Gaza-based blogger and editor of gazatoday.blogspot.com. He reports daily on conditions in an Occupied Territory under siege and for 22 days last December and January criminally assaulted by the Israeli Defense Forces leaving many thousands dead, wounded, and homeless.
Discussion will focus on Gaza under siege with Egypt, Washington, and the international community complicit in blocking desperately needed aid.
Friday will be a rebroadcasting.
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Talks, Debates, Interviews
Apr 30, 2009, 18:30:55
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