First hour: Paleo-Catholic freedom activist Martin Hill on HR707, of which he says:
"Congressional House Resolution 707, which has 172 cosponsors of both parties, was amended unanimously by the Committee on Foreign Affairs in late September. Perusing this document shows how literally crazy and compromised our so-called "elected representatives" are. HR707 prefaces the litany of Zionist directives with an absurd platitude, claiming "Congress supports freedom of expression and the right to criticize any government or its policy." But it continues to decry protests, signs, and cartoons "accusing Israel of carrying out a Holocaust against Palestinians. It also urges "support for law enforcement and civil society training programs," and complains that "a majority of people surveyed overall have either not heard of the Holocaust or do not believe it happened as has been documented by factual accounts and recorded by history.."
Martin will also discuss his new article on the prescient "anti-Semite" Father Coughlin and the larger issue of the Zionist thought police; and the "Cristero War" which Martin describes as "Our evil government slaughtering tens of thousands of freedom fighting Catholics not 80 years ago!"
the legendary activist Keith Lampe a.k.a. Ponderosa Pine a.k.a. "Pondo" who recently passed away in Ecuador. We'll also discuss the sorry state of freedom, including "academic freedom" (remember that concept?) in today's USA.
Larry Pinkney is a veteran of the Black Panther Party, the former Minister of Interior of the Republic of New Africa, a former political prisoner and the only American to have successfully self-authored his civil/political rights case to the United Nations under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. In connection with his political organizing activities, Pinkney was interviewed in 1988 on the nationally televised PBS News Hour, formerly known as The MacNeil/Lehrer News Hour, and more recently on the nationally syndicated Alex Jones Show. Pinkney is a former university instructor of political science and international relations, and his writings have been published in various places, including The Boston Globe, San Francisco BayView newspaper, Black Commentator, Intrepid Report, Global Research (Canada), LINKE ZEITUNG (Germany), 107 Cowgate (Ireland and Scotland), and Mayihlome News (Azania/South Africa). He is in the archives of Dr. Huey P. Newton (Stanford University, CA), cofounder of the Black Panther Party. For more about Larry Pinkney see the book, Saying No to Power: Autobiography of a 20th Century Activist and Thinker, by William Mandel [Introduction by Howard Zinn]. (Click struggle-and-win.net Bill Mandel on Larry Pinkney to read excerpts from the book.)