This week on the New World Next Week: Trump pushes for Syrian kill zones and murders children in Yemen; a hotel gets ransomed when hackers lock all the doors; and pig-human hybrids are now officially a thing.
|This week on the New World Next Week: Trump pushes for Syrian kill zones and murders children in Yemen; a hotel gets ransomed when hackers lock all the doors; and pig-human hybrids are now officially a thing.|
|In this edition of James’ bi-monthly appearance on Financial Survival, James and Alfred discuss the trilateral discussions on Syria taking place between Turkey, Russia, and Iran and what they portend for the future of the middle east. We also discuss how the decentralization of publishing has broken down the dinosaur mass media institutions, leading to the disintegration of mass culture.|
|In this week’s Newsbud Roundtable Sibel Edmonds, James Corbett and Spiro Skouras discuss Vice President Joe Biden’s recent trip to Turkey. What kind of back room deals were reached in Biden’s meeting with Turkish and Kurdish officials? What’s the prize behind the multi-polar decision on further incursion into Northern Syria? What kind of prize would benefit Russia, US, Turkey, Syria and Iran? Our trio also talks about the status of Fethullah Gulen’s extradition, President Erdogan’s choices, and of course, the interests of the people versus the Deep State and Military Industrial Complex. Don’t miss this stimulating discussion- join and bring in your thoughts.|
|Today we talk to Dr. Tim Anderson of the University of Sydney about his new book, “The Dirty War on Syria: Washington, Regime Change and Resistance.” From the Houla hoax to the chemical weapons false flag, Dr. Anderson rips the mask from the lies that have clouded the mainstream narrative of the Syrian war.|
|Brandon Turbeville of BrandonTurbeville.com joins us to discuss his recent article, “Kurdish Federalization Reminiscent Of Kerry’s Plan B, Brzezinski, NATO’s Plan A.” We break down the Kurdish groups that are involved in the plan and the globalist institutions that have shaped it.|