Friday, May 31, 2013

Richard Falk discusses trip to Lebanon; Klaus Dona says ancient artifacts challenge conventional chronologies

Fri.  5/31/13, 3-5 pm Central,  American Freedom Radio  (archived here.)
Richard Falk
First hour: UN Special Human Rights Rapporteur Richard Falk visited Lebanon earlier this month for a conference on Palestinian refugees. Now, in the wake of Hezbullah's decision to defend Syria against al-CIA-duh and the bankers behind it, peace advocates fear (and some Zionists hope) that the war in Syria may spill over into Lebanon. (I listened to NPR, National-socialist Public Radio, yesterday, and was appalled to hear the Zionist guests and hosts drooling at the prospect of destroying Lebanon again, barely able to suppress their chortles of triumph at the specter of a regional sunni-vs-shi'a war.) So this is an interesting time to talk to Richard about his trip!
   Richard Falk is professor emeritus of international law at Princeton University. The author of The Great Terror War, Professor Falk is a strong supporter of David Ray Griffin's work on 9/11. A few years ago, he was attacked by the pro-neocon New York Sun for coming on my show and suggesting that neocon links to 9/11 should be investigated.
   More recently, he was savaged by another of the NY neocon rags merely for espousing the mainstream view of the Boston bombings! Once again, the zio-nazis shamelessly lied about what Professor Falk actually said, as explained here.

Second hour: Art historian Klaus Dona has served as Art Exhibition Curator for the Habsburg Haus of Austria. But it is his work on scientific analysis of ancient, "out of place" human artifacts, many of which appear to challenge conventional chronologies, that has been getting the most attention lately.

Check out his DVD The Klaus Dona Chronicles, and his website http://www.unsolved-mysteries.info/





3 comments:

  1. No shows archived on AFR since 5/15! :(

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  2. Not sure if you can contact American Freedom Radio because it appears they have only been archiving radio programs for the first few weeks of May 2013. I can not find your programs (archive) to download after May 15, 2013... can you fix this or make it possible for us to download your programs since that date through your blogspot page, perhaps on another server? Thanks.

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  3. Hey Kevin, why aren't your programs being posted at AFR ... nothing since May 15. I'm really missing them.

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