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The Alfa conglomerate appears to be an Underground Reich property and has enormous tentacles running into Russia, among other places.
Pursuant to the 2006 war between Israel and Lebanon, a new type of anti-Semitism has gained momentum, advancing under the moniker of “anti-Zionism.”
Malfeasance by the petroleum industry and its associated political elements have successfully focused debate and criticism of unfolding dynamics on the Middle East on “Israel,” rather than their own actions and policies.
Recorded August 7, 2005 REALAUDIO NB: This stream contains both FTRs 520 and 521 in sequence. Each is a 30 minute broadcast. Introducing new stories and updating old ones, this program begins by noting a growing body of information suggesting that the subject of “seismic warfare” is not as whacky as it sounds. After noting […]
REALAUDIO Complementing information presented in FTR#469, the program details the career of Joseph E. Schmitz—a very formidable individual who is Inspector General of the Department of Defense. A member of the Schmitz family discussed in FTR#469, Joseph E. Schmitz is in a vitally important position in the Pentagon and is in a very sensitive position […]
Recorded February 14, 2004 Listen: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 RealAudio Highlighting the postwar use of Axis treasure recovered by the Allies after World War II, this program talks about these Funds and the Games that were played with (and because of) them. Particular emphasis is on the postwar use of the massive amount […]
Evolving events in US-Mideast politics, relations with Saudi Arabia and Iraq.
Americans are accustomed to deceiving themselves with the notion that they enjoy a “free press.”