Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Karen Tostado on Wall St. / US Uprising; Allen Roland slams al-Awlaki murder

Truth Jihad Radio Mon. 10/3/11, 1-3 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in number: (402) 237-2525 or post your questions to my Facebook page.

First hour: Karen Tostado is the founder of United We Strike, "stopping the dominate criminal minority by waking up my brothers and sisters to their personal power through peaceful non-compliance and accountability. We all share this planet, and it is time to stop allowing such inequality. There is more than enough to go around. The privately owned federal reserve cartel needs to be closed, and corporations must clean up their 'externalities' and not be classified as persons. Money no longer spent on war, but on Peace & Prosperity for All. POWER TO THE PEOPLE THROUGH PEACEFUL UNITY!" Her latest post includes a call to extend the occupation of Wall Street:

"Anonymous has called for a 2 month "Occupation", and we'd like to show Solidarity by proposing a Huge National/International Strike, to begin Oct 15th, for as long as it takes, to peacefully rid ourselves of this parasitic banking and military system that is holding us all, including our planet, hostage. Oct 15th is a Saturday, which gives us the weekend to make sure our homes and families will be safe. Then Monday, Oct 17th, WE SHOW UP AT OUR LOCAL COUNTY SHERIFFS AND CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS, IN MASSIVE NUMBERS, DEMANDING ACCOUNTABLITY, THROUGH PEACEFUL UNITY. We assert our individual, local, state, and national sovereignty."

Second hour: Allen Roland, my fellow columnist at Veterans Today, blasts the alleged al-Awlaki murder (which may not have happened - latest word is that no evidence supports the government's claim) in his latest op-ed And We Thought We Were Free.

Allen is a former fighter pilot and current Ph.D. psychotherapist whose op-eds and radio and TV interviews getting increasing currency. Check out his latest Press TV interview on the Wall Street protests.


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