Interview 927 - Around the World in 80 Minutes on Revelations Radio News

08/15/20145 Comments


"We are finally back! This week we tackle all kinds of world affairs from Isis and the situation in Iraq, to infamous Russian hackers. James gives us his thoughts on the current student loan bubble, and we lament the current state of Libya. James also discusses his recent Federal Reserve documentary. Join us on a whirlwind tour of the world and geopolitics in just over 80 mins."

Iraq news: Tony Blair airbrushing role in creating Isis in Iraq, Nick Clegg says

US Troops Deploying on Jordan-Syria Border

Blowback! U.S. trained Islamists who joined ISIS

Libya crisis: Head of Tripoli police 'assassinated'

Muammar Al Gaddafi addresses the Students of Oxford University on Africa in the 21st Century

AIDS And Ebola Found To Use Same Mechanism To Spread In Body

Scientist Working on Gov’t Ebola Drug Joked About Culling Population with GMO Virus

Russian hackers 'the best in the world'

How the US/Israel Created Stuxnet (NYTimes)

The Student Loan Bubble and How We Can Pop It

US State Department says Kiev has right to use airstrikes against civilians

60 Mins: Participant Media

Billionaire Jeff Skoll’s Participant Media Details Plans To Launch Its Own Cable Channel

September 11 Security Fee – Passenger Fee

Post 9/11 travel: What airport security costs us

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  1. ccuthbert2001 says:

    The 911 Tax according to our friends at TSA

    from southwest airlines webpage

    “The Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a division of the Department of Transportation, has mandated that all U.S. airlines add a security fee to all tickets sold on or after October 1, 2003. This government-imposed fee, called the “September 11th Security Fee,” will be used to pay the government’s cost for providing Federal civil aviation security services. This includes training, salaries, and benefits for the Federal security screeners and law enforcement personnel, as well as the Federal Air Marshal program.”

    • Corbett says:

      Thanks for that info. Absolutely disgusting, isn’t it? Not only do the people have to pay a tax to fund their own groping and harassment by the TSA, but the tax itself is named in honour of the false flag event that was used to justify the tyranny in the first place. It’s enough to make you sick.

  2. daflammas says:

    I don’t think it was just a resource grab in Iraq and Libya
    Ellen Brown in this article on Asia Times Online in April 2011, points out the fact of the creation of a Central Bank (Privately owned/Rothschild) in Libya in the midst of the uprising. Destruction leads to the need to rebuild and “oh look, we can borrow from this new CB” which, unlike the previous state bank which financed infrastructure interest free, will double the cost of any reconstruction after the west has finished bombing cities and killing hundreds of thousands of men, women and children in the fight for (oops! against, of course) terrorism. The Chaos helps to hide what’s really going on and to create the right conditions to further the one world currency and OW government. Saddam Hussein had just started selling oil in Euros (“Mission Accomplished” could arguably be the US putting a stop to this) and Gadaffi had organised the African nations (with the exception of SA) to sell oil in gold dinar. Naughty boys.

    “So is this new war all about oil or all about banking? Maybe both – and water as well [referring to the GMMR (Great Man-Made River) project]. With energy, water, and ample credit to develop the infrastructure to access them, a nation can be free of the grip of foreign creditors. And that may be the real threat of Libya: it could show the world what is possible.” Ellen Brown

    I think this could be the most pertinent comment of all – look at how they demonise the few remaining countries who are truly sovereign(Axis of Evil – George Bush). This sentiment was echoed by Ian Crane and on Breaking the Set-Abby Martin interviewed ?(sorry can’t find his name as RT only giving details of shows 9th Aug and back)on 14 Aug referring to Cuba as showing up the US (for the fascist regime it really is and how the good of the people is of NO interest to TPTB).

  3. Fosca says:

    On the massive theft of usernames / passwords by Russian hackers, James and Tim are wondering how and if this is a real story. Mainly due the fact this would be applicable to many web sites over the world.

    Regardless whether it is Russian or other hackers, I would like to remind on the severe vulnerability on the encryption library of OpenSSL which is used by many sites worldwide to encrypt traffic. Earlier this year a bug has been disclosed and fixed in this library. Please refer to any description of the “Heartbleed” vulnerability. Here is one (I think good summary),

    In fact every web site in the world using this library, has been subject to theft of data. Especially of login data, if this was encrypted! In the aftermath many sites have been requesting/forcing users to update the passwords.

    Thus the theft of millions of login data is (still) real, while obviously not only limited to Russian hackers. While the bug has been introduced by some developers possible without intention, you can think of a number of entities benefiting before it was discovered and fixed.

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