Evan Ravitz of Vote.org says yesterday's show with Alan Sabrosky and Mike Gravel "may be the best 9/11 truth and justice radio show ever!" Another friend of Truth Jihad Radio, philosophy professor Richard Curtis, sent an email spewing venom in the general direction of first-hour guest Alan Sabrosky, saying booking the vile Sabrosky opposite good-guy Gravel was a PR disaster. Who's right? Listen and decide.
And don't miss second-hour guest James Kunstler's brilliant-as-usual 4th of July birthday card.
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Listen to this show (Franklin Lamb, Muad'dib, James Kunstler)
Truth Jihad Radio Wed. 1/29/11, 1-3 pm Central, American Freedom Radio (archived here.) Call-in number: (402) 237-2525.
First hour: Franklin Lamb live from Tripoli, Libya...and Muad'Dib live from the UK! Franklin Lamb is the author of the widely-read article Countdown to Invasion: "Tripoli’s 3,200 neighborhoods, independently of the Libyan Armed Forces, are intensively preparing for the possibility that NATO forces or those they are seen as increasingly arming and directing, might invade..."
Also during the first hour, Muad'Dib, the director-producer of 7/7 Ripple Effect who was recently acquitted of "perverting the cause of justice" by a jury that saw his 7/7 truth film, will discuss the progress of the movement for 7/7 truth and justice, on the eve of tomorrow's sixth anniversary of the London bombings.
Second hour: James Kunstler, one of the most provocative writers of our time, makes his debut on Truth Jihad Radio! Kunstler is perhaps best-known for his book The Long Emergency: Surviving the Converging Catastrophes of the 21st Century. (See the Orion Magazine video here.) He has subsequently begun a series of well-received novels about life after the crash, including World Made by Hand and The Witch of Hebron. Whether or not you agree with everything he so acerbically says, Kunstler is a good read -- an accomplished prose stylist with a message that bites, in more ways than one. I anticipate a lively conversation!
Labels: 7/7, false-flag, franklin lamb, inside job, invasion of libya, james kunstler, long emergency, muad'dib, nato, peak oil, ripple effect, tripoli