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Julian Assange's father, John Shipton, joins Randy from NYC. He & Assange's brother, Gabriel Shipton, traveled to the US to garner more public support for Assange and to urge President Trump to pardon Assange during his final days in office. In the end Trump failed to grant a pardon to Assange, Mr. Shipton cited the growing international movement a…
 
Craig Murray and Randy Credico have a more relaxed and hopeful discussion than heretofore. Julian Assange wins this round as the judge ruled against his extradition and finally the possibility of Assange getting out of jail is real. The two explained the otherwise dreadful decision made by the judge who accepted all the retrograde arguments of the …
 
Our final 2020 episode, focusing on the kafksesque trial of Julian Assange, is one of the most important, informative and compelling programs of the year, if not of the past 4. We discuss everything from A(ssange) to Z(imbabwe). The combo of the dynamic Sam Adams Award recipients Thomas Drake and Jesselyn Radack is a tour de force. Together, the tw…
 
Former CIA officer turned whistleblower, award winning best selling author John Kiriakou discloses a riveting account of his kafkaesque prosecution and conviction under the 1917 espionage act and sets out it’s eerie parallels with the current persecution of Julian Assange. Kiriakou describes the tortuous, solitary life that Assange will faces if he…
 
UN special rapporteur on torture Dr. Nils Melzer debunks the treacherous smear and disinformation campaign against Julian Assange (he often terms “mobbing”) an assault orchestrated by the U.S. and aided by the U.K., Sweden and Ecuador. Defining the state actions as torture and unjust imprisonment under international law, Melzer sets out the immoral…
 
Longtime friend and defender of journalist Julian Assange, George Galloway returns to our Countdown series to deliver another passionate, potent and personal plea in support of the persecuted Wikileaks founder Mr. Galloway, the charismatic and colorful ex UK MP expounds on his meteoric rise from Dickensian poverty in Dundee to becoming one of the m…
 
On December 2nd , the 161 yr anniversary of the execution of Abolitionist John Brown. special guest Dr. Cornel West dazzled host Randy Credico with his wide and profound understanding and knowledge of the Revolutionary Christian Brown, the history of the Abolition movement, the individuals whose lives Brown touched and the individuals whose lives t…
 
In the debut program of Season 5 of Assange Countdown To Freedom, legendary filmmaker, author and war correspondent, John Pilger provides insight on the future and fate of the Assange prosecution under a Joe Biden administration. Mr. Pilger also reminds us of the profound and unparalleled importance of the trailblazing WikiLeaks founder's contribut…
 
Musiktipps und Talk dieses Mal mit Uwe Reith als Gast und Freund guter Musik. Uwe überrascht uns mit tollen neuen Alben und interessanten Wiederentdeckungen wie dem Debutalbum der ungarisch-schwedisch-dänischen Sängerin Claudia Campagnol, dem schottischen Sänger Alex Ligertwood sowie dem norwegischen Multiinstrumentalisten Ole Børud und dem austral…
 
Award winning veteran investigative journalist Stefania Maurizi (Il Fatto) discusses her 12 year relationship as a media partner with Wikileaks, her 5 year legal battle with British prosecutors over FOIA requests , her personal experience of being a target of the UC Global spying operation, the significance of cable-gate, the war logs, Vault 7 and …
 
Continuing where we left off in February, Ex UK Diplomat, author and human rights activist Craig Murray summed up his daily unique, lively and colorful dispatches from the Assange extradition hearing public gallery—rife with sharp commentary and ironic analysis of the cruel and malicious prosecution of award winning journalist and publisher Julian …
 
Ein weiterer Livestream aus dem neuen JazzrockTV Studio. Diesmal stellen wir die neu erschienenen Alben von Panzerballett und dem Gitarristen Dirk Edelhoff vor. Links:dirk-edelhoff.depanzerballett.de Dazu hören wir in die CDs des Gapp Project rein. Ein Band um den australischen Pianisten und Dozenten Nicolas Fowler. Aus unserem Promo Archiv verlose…
 
In our ongoing series on the bombshell revelations of the CIA's illegal spying on US citizens, investigative journalist Max Blumenthal discusses his latest report on UC Global's spying on Assange, new evidence of its ties to the CIA, and the curious silence of reporters who were spied on by the apparent US intelligence contractor.…
 
Legendary filmmaker, author, and war correspondent John Pilger on the history of the US’ unrelenting and vindictive campaign against the journalism of Julian Assange for his revelations of the government's criminal activities. He also exposes the complicity of British prosecutors.not circling its wagons in defense of the internationally acclaimed W…
 
Journalist Aaron Maté, a leading critic of the 4-year Russiagate affair, dissects the Senate Intel committee's final report on its inquiry into the subject. Maté is especially critical of what he calls, the "farcical" conclusion that Roger Stone and Jerome Corsi—not only had advance knowledge of the explosive Wikileaks publication of the Podesta em…
 
Historian Dr. Clifford Conner talks about John Paul Marat's unparalleled and unacknowledged influence on the causes and success of the French Revolution—an event Conner describes as arguably the most significant chapter in human history. Conner shares an updated account of his vivid and colorful 1997 book, Jean Paul Marat, only the second English-l…
 
On location from Nicaragua, Grayzone News' investigative journalist, Ben Norton offers his perspective on the current state of affairs in Nicaragua 41 years after the historic 1979 Sandinista revolution. Norton, who has traveled and reported extensively from throughout Central and South America, excoriates US reactionary policy towards Cuba, Venezu…
 
Stephen Kinzer, award winning veteran NYT war correspondent, historian and best selling author excoriates the US government's persecution of journalist Julian Assange and laments the MSM abandoning of the Wikileaks founder and editor. He warns that if Assange is extradited and convicted it will have irreversible and treacherous consequences for the…
 
In this in depth interview with Alejandro Bendaña, is noted professor and historian and the foremost expert on the modern history of Nicaragua, he walks US through the political, social, cultural and economic history of Nicaragua from the time of Christopher Columbus landing there in 1502 through its centuries of Spanish colonial rule and and its i…
 
In this first of a 2 part series, with award winning author and investigative journalist Greg Palast, we discuss at length the extreme importance of all journalist to rigorously defend Assange against the ominous and unprecedented espionage act charges indictment facing the Wikileaks founder and editor. Palast scoffs at the notion that Assange 2016…
 
Live on the Fly host Randy Credico & Afshin Rattansi, host of Going Underground on RT and 2002 SONY WINNER: OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO INTERNATIONAL JOURNALISM, discuss the Julian Assange case & how power uses the law, evident in the show trial hearings of the Wikileaks founder. Randy & Afshin also discuss the current state of journalism and why s…
 
Spontane Fundsachen im CD-Archiv von Ralf & Georg mit wiederentdeckten Alben von Mongo Santamaria, Norah Jones, Sly Johnson und anderen. Zudem die Geschichte der dmp-Produktionen aus den 80er Jahren mit der Band Flim and the BB’s, die ihre Alben live direct auf 2-Track digital eingespielt haben die zweite digital aufgezeichnete Aufnahme überhaupt h…
 
In the finale of our series on Thomas Paine, historian and professor Harvey J Kaye tells the story of "Tom Paine's Bones." Kaye also explains how Thomas Paine has made an impact on many important historical figures and movements: Elizabeth Cady-Stanton and the women’s movement, Emerson, Whitman, Twain, and Eleanor Roosevelt. Paine's writings have n…
 
In Part 3 of our special series on Thomas Paine, historian Harvey Kaye continues to zero in on Paine's precarious life shuttling back and forth between England and Revolutionary France and both the admiration and enmity he receives over the publication of Rights of Man, Age of Reason and Agrarian Justice. Kaye also ruminates on the motivation of Pa…
 
Part 2 of our series on revolutionary journalist Tom Paine, award-winning historian Harvey J. Kaye continues expounding on the profound, widespread influence of Paine's inspirational and incendiary pamphlet Common Sense. Kaye also delves deeply into Paine's series of These are the times that try men's souls "American Crisis" pamphlets and how those…
 
Renowned historian and political writer Harvey J. Kaye walks us, in a most compelling and colorful fashion, through the life, times, inspiration and influence of the most significant figure of the American rebellion and beyond - revolutionary journalist Thomas Paine. In the first of this 3-part series, Professor Kaye expounds on Paine's early worki…
 
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