|This week on the New World Next Week: the Syrian war begins to wind down…maybe; OKC and Unabomber cover up judge gets Supreme Court nod; and hellfire missiles wind up headed for Portland.|
|In this wide-ranging conversation recorded with Gareth and Paul of YeomanTrust.org on January 8th, 2015, James Corbett discusses geopolitics, global government, anarchism, internet censorship, education, Fukushima and more. He also discusses the real revolutionary acts that can be taken by each and every one of us to begin detaching ourselves from the systems of control that are seeking to centralize, database and control the populations of the world.|
As Libya continues to deteriorate, the US-backed General Khalifa Belqasim Haftar is fighting the extremist Islamists in the country even as the US continues to fund, equip and support them. Amidst the chaos and destabilization, the Libyan tribes are speaking out and condemning the actions and statements of the US and US Ambassador to Libya Deborah Jones…but the west, for the most part, isn’t listening. Today we are joined once again by James and JoAnne Moriarty of LibyanWarTheTruth.com and Warfallah tribal spokesman Faraj Muftah for the latest on the ground in Libya.
Pearse Redmond of Porkins Policy Review joins us for the first time to discuss how divide and rule has been used to neo-colonialize the continent of Africa. We discuss how America and its allies have sown the seeds of strife, conflict and genocide in many different countries over the years, and the corporate and geopolitical interests that they are serving. We also discuss China’s role in Africa and whether it truly represents a third way.
Today we continue last week’s conversation with James and JoAnne Moriarty of LibyanWarTheTruth.com and bring Faraj Muftah into the conversation. Muftah is a spokesman for the Warfalla tribe, the largest Arab tribe in Libya. We discuss the NATO-backed, Al-CIAda mercenary-led invasion of Libya in 2011 and how the very radical terrorists that the US claims to be fighting against are the ones in charge of the country today with the full backing and support of the US government. We also talk about the situation on the ground today and what life is like for the average Libyan.