Sander Hicks, Jim Fetzer, Ajamu Baraka live on Truth Jihad Radio

Friday 7/18 - Listen live - 5 to 7 pm Central on Revolution Radio:  To be rebroadcast Saturday 7/5 11 to 12:45 pm Eastern on  and then archived at the usual spot.
Sander Hicks: Irrepressible voice of truth
 First half-hour: Activist, entrepreneur and spiritual seeker Sander Hicks discusses the Vow to Awaken conference he's hosting at Dai Bosatsu Zendo October 3-5 in the Catskill Mountains of New York.

Second half-hour: Jim Fetzer says the Malaysian plane shootdown in Ukraine looks like a neocon-Zionist false flag. He suspects that the intention was to kill Putin, blame the pro-Russian autonomy forces, and use the wall-to-wall news coverage to bury reports on Israel slaughtering thousands in Gaza. As Wayne Madsen reported today:

"Vladimir Putin's IL-96 with similar colors and silhouette as Malaysian Airlines MH-17 Boeing 777 intersected at the same point and the same echelon. That was close to Warsaw on 330-m echelon at the height of 10,100 meters. The presidential jet was there at 16:21 Moscow time and the Malaysian aircraft - 15:44 Moscow time. Putin was returning from BRICS summit in Brazil. Ukraine and Israel, both regimes backed by right-wing neo-cons in the U.S., likely conspired to shoot down Putin's plane but Ihor Kolomoisky's mercenary army likely got confused and downed Malaysian 17."
Ajamu Baraka meets the Dalai Lama
Second hour: Ajamu Baraka on Palestine, Ukraine, and the state of the world. Ajamu Baraka agrees that the shootdown of Malaysian 17 is a suspected false flag - like the kidnapping and murder of the three Israeli teens, the PR incident that launched the latest round of genocide in Gaza.

Ajamu Baraka (see his bio) was the Founding Executive Director of the US Human Rights Network (USHRN) from July 2004 until June 2011. The USHRN was the first domestic human rights formation in the United States explicitly committed to the application of international human rights standards to the U.S. Under Baraka, the Network grew from a core membership of 60 organizations to more than 300 U.S.-based member organizations and 1,500 individual members who worked on the full spectrum of human rights concerns in the U.S.

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