Interviews

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19
Apr
2014

In this blockbuster interview, Dr. Meryl Nass of AnthraxVaccine.blogspot.com joins us to break down the FBI’s attempt to pin the blame for the 2001 anthrax attack on Dr. Bruce Ivins. We go through the FBI’s case against Ivins and dissect it point by point, looking at the inconsistencies, omissions and misconceptions that have allowed the Bureau to sweep this incident under the rug in recent years.

18
Apr
2014

This week on New World Next Week: Police try to crowdsource the snitch state; conspiracy theories (against the boogeymen) become “acceptable”; and Russia blocks GMOs.

18
Apr
2014

The common law of defamation turns the basic tenets of jurisprudence on its head, making defendants guilty until proven innocent. Denis Rancourt of UofOWatch.blogspot.ca joins us today to help paint the bigger picture of how defamation arose in the common law, and how it is wielded to clamp down on freedom of expression. We also discuss what the average person can do to help topple this faulty legal principle and the systemically corrupt court system that upholds it.

12
Apr
2014

In this edition of the BFP Roundtable, Peter B. Collins, Guillermo Jimenez, James Corbett and Sibel Edmonds discuss the latest moves in the formation of a so-called “new cold war” between NATO and Russia. We also tackle Seymour Hersh and his recent article in the London Review of Books examining Turkish involvement in the Syrian chemical weapons attack in Ghouta last year.

11
Apr
2014

Julie Wood joins us to talk about the vast archive of media accounts of prescription drug-related violence at SSRIStories.org. We discuss the risks such drugs pose to a certain percentage of the population, including some of the specific examples of drug-induced suicide and violence caused by these pharmaceuticals, and how those who are on these medications or thinking of taking them can find more information on these topics.

11
Apr
2014

This week on New World Next Week: More good news updates; the US Navy makes breakthrough in converting seawater into fuel; and doomsday prophets (and profits) warn of the blood moon tetrad.

11
Apr
2014

Today we talk to Dr. David Healy, a professor of psychiatry and author of over 150 peer-reviewed research papers and 20 books, including his latest, Pharmageddon. We discuss the issue of antidepressants and behaviour modification, including the link between SSRIs and mass shootings.