24
Aug

Today we are joined once again by Andrew Gavin Marshall for an analysis of the power and influence of the Desmarais family, sometimes known as “Canada’s Rockefellers.” We discuss the family’s history, their stewardship of Power Corporation, their connections to globalist institutions, and how the average citizen can circumvent their death grip on Canadian political power.

Category : Interviews | Blog
13
Aug

Today we talk to Terry Wilson of The Canadian Awareness Network at http://canadianawareness.org/. We discuss the status of Canada in the overall New World Order plan and Agenda 21 in particular.

Category : Interviews | Blog
8
Aug

Dan Dicks of PressForTruth.tv joins us once again to discuss the latest news and information on the globalist’s moves in Canada, from the Trans-Pacific Partnership to internet censorship to cross-border policing. We also talk about his forthcoming documentary on the Bilderberg group. Dan Dicks’ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/weavingspider

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Category : Videos | Blog
8
Aug

Dan Dicks of PressForTruth.tv joins us once again to discuss the latest news and information on the globalist’s moves in Canada, from the Trans-Pacific Partnership to internet censorship to cross-border policing. We also talk about his forthcoming documentary on the Bilderberg group. Dan Dicks’ YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/weavingspider

Category : Radio | Blog
2
Aug

Tonight we speak with Canadian researcher and documentary filmmaker Richard Heathen about Agenda 21, the NGOs, foundations, and government entities behind it, how it is destroying property rights and threatening society, and what we can do about it.

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Category : Videos | Blog
2
Aug

Tonight we speak with Canadian researcher and documentary filmmaker Richard Heathen about Agenda 21, the NGOs, foundations, and government entities behind it, how it is destroying property rights and threatening society, and what we can do about it.

Category : Radio | Blog
2
May

Tonight on the program James talks to Andrew Gavin Marshall of ThePeoplesBookProject.com about the ongoing student protests in Montreal, Canada, the nature of direct action, and the possibility of revolution. We also tackle the question of the left/right paradigm, points of agreement, and whether real change can be effected through political action.

Category : Radio | Blog
10
Apr

Dr. Anthony J. Hall, professor of Globalization Studies at the University of Lethbridge, joins us to discuss a range of issues, from the history of nuclear energy in Japan to the attempts to prosecute Bush administration war criminals in Canada. We also discuss the disenfranchisement of voters in the wake of rampant vote fraud and take your calls.

Works Cited:

Dr. Anthony J. Hall: From Hiroshima to Fukushima, 1945-2011

Fixing Elections Through Fraud

Category : Radio | Blog
31
Mar

If the last three years have taught us anything, it is that the so-called anti-war liberal left can be made to become cheerleaders for the same war agenda that they pretended to deride during the Bush Administration. How was this accomplished? A developing doctrine of international law called “Responsibility to Protect.” Join us this week as we expose the liberal “war is peace” agenda and ponder how best to disarm it.

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Documentation

Follow @corbettreport on Twitter
Time Reference: 00:47

 

Follow PrometheanPost on Twitter
Time Reference: 01:17

 

Hidden Influence Trailer
Time Reference: 03:25

 

Democracy Now “Debate” on U.S. Military Intervention in Libya: Juan Cole v. Vijay Prashad
Time Reference: 04:47

 

Rachel Maddow – Obama’s War in Libya is a Justifiable War
Time Reference: 07:52

 

Cenk Supports Obama Position on Libya
Time Reference: 08:30

 

Bush speech on Iraq war
Time Reference: 10:08

 

Bill Clinton statement on Kosovo campaign
Time Reference: 10:22

 

Brzezinski talking to the “freedom fighters” in Afghanistan
Time Reference: 11:09

 

1984 Audio Book
Time Reference: 11:55

 

Pepe Escobar on R2P
Time Reference: 15:52

 

The report of the International Commission on Intervention and State Sovereignty (ICISS) – Responsibility to Protect
Time Reference: 22:20

 

Information on UN peacekeeper abuses
Time Reference: 30:46

 

Lloyd Axworthy lecture on Responsibility to Protect
Time Reference: 31:47

 

The Assassination of Gaddafi – GRTV Backgrounder
Time Reference: 36:48

 

Madeleine Albright Defends Mass-Murder of iraqi Children (500,000 Children dead)
Time Reference: 43:09

 

R2P in Crisis Following UN Syria Vote
Time Reference: 52:08

 

Category : Episodes | Blog
17
Mar

by James Corbett
GRTV.ca
March 16, 2012

Former US Vice President Dick Cheney and his daughter, Elizabeth, have cancelled a planned speaking engagement at Toronto’s Metro Convention Centre next month, citing safety concerns. According to the president of the promotion company that booked Cheney for the April 24th speech, “He felt that in Canada the risk of violent protest was simply too high. They specifically referenced what happened in Vancouver.”

The reference is to a fierce protest of Cheney’s speech in British Columbia last September which necessitated the use of Vancouver riot police and kept Cheney locked inside the speaking venue for seven hours while crowds were dispersed.

Cheney is not the first credibly accused war criminal from the Bush Administration to cancel a speaking arrangement due to concerns about popular protest or even arrest.

In early 2011 former President George W. Bush was forced to cancel a trip to Switzerland to speak at a fundraiser for the United Israel Appeal after it was revealed that a number of human rights groups were planning to prosecute Bush for war crimes, including contravention of the Convention Against Torture to which the United States is a signatory.

The first such attempt to prosecute Bush occurred in 2009 during the former president’s first trip abroad since leaving office, when he spoke at the Telus Convention Centre in downtown Calgary, Canada. At the time, Lawyers Against the War and other groups lobbied Canadian prosecutors to fulfill their duties under the Canadian War Crimes Act to arrest and try Bush for his documented participation in the commission of torture techniques during his reign as president.

Despite widespread protest, prosecutors declined to bring charges against Bush at the time, and police defended Bush from Splitting The Sky, a Mohawk activist who attempted a citizen’s arrest.

Another round of lobbying preceded Bush’s appearance at a speaking engagement in Surrey, B.C. late last year, citing the evidence in a 2006 UN report, a 2007 Council of Europe report, a 2008 US Senate Armed Services Committee report, the testimony of UN Special Rapporteurs Nowak and Scheinin, a 2009 admission by Cheney and Bush’s own 2010 memoirs, but once again Canadian authorities refused to enforce the law by bringing charges against Bush.

Other Washington insiders, too, have been forced to be careful with their travel arrangements due to the possibility that they will be prosecuted for war crimes. Famously, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has had to be careful about where and how he travels, as he has been linked to war crimes in Indochina, Bangladesh, Chile, Cyprus and East Timor, and could be arrested under the Geneva Conventions Act in any country that is a signatory to that convention.

Last year, Swiss politician Dominique Batettig urged the General Prosecutor of the Swiss Federation to arrest Henry Kissinger while he was in the country attending the Bilderberg Conference, an annual meeting of 150 of the world’s top power brokers, bankers, heads of state and royalty that takes place amidst a near-total media blackout. Despite a letter from one of the country’s leading politicians and a clear obligation to do so under the Geneva Convention, Swiss authorities declined to arrest Kissinger at that time.

Cheney’s recent decision to cancel his trip to Canada will come as little solace to those who, like George Clooney and Angelina Jolie, have a heartfelt desire to see unindicted war criminals arrested and tried for their crimes against humanity.

No word yet whether Clooney, Jolie or other Hollywood A-listers are behind the growing movement of people around the world who are interested in the arrest of war criminals like Bush, Cheney, Blair or Obama.

Category : Videos | Blog