Jim Thompson, CIA officer who openly criticized the Agency’s policy in Asia disappeared from the face of the earth.
With JFK safely out of the way, Poppy Bush safeguards the interests that killed him; elected to Congress, Poppy lands a plum committee position, courtesy of his father; strings pulled to get Dubya into a National Guard position; Dubya goes AWOL.
Recorded February 24, 2008 MP3: Side 1 | Side 2 REALAUDIO In this program, Mr. Emory and author and radio producer Paris Flammonde ruminate about the political effects of the Kennedy assassination and the America that evolved out of that event. The title of the broadcast is taken from Jack Ruby’s interview with the Warren [...]
Recorded August 5, 2007 MP3: Side 1 | Side 2 REALAUDIO Introduction: Revisiting a subject Mr. Emory has researched for years, this program supplements Peter Vogel’s heroic research on the Port Chicago explosion of July 17th of 1944. For decades, Peter has researched that event, developing a compelling body of evidence that the explosion was [...]
Mind-wrenching range of information in conjunction with the political and economic forces that precipitated 9/11.
Investigative journalist Lucy Komisar’s chapter on BCCI in a new book “A Game as Old as Empire.”
Islamic fascism and its links with fascists from Europe and America and relationships going back to the Third Reich are highlighted in this program.
Links between fascism and wartime Japanese Zen Buddhism.
Recorded Febrary 12, 2006 REALAUDIO A major reason for George W. Bush’s decline in public opinion polls is the damage to his reputation done by damaging disclosures about his conduct of the war in Iraq and his pursuit of Al Qaeda. In this broadcast, we examine indications that many of these disclosures have been deliberately [...]
Recorded October 16, 2005 Listen MP3: Side 1 Side 2 REALAUDIO This broadcast sets forth elements of a network that Mr. Emory believes to be a Bormann/Underground Reich network. This network was part of the apparatus involved in the execution of the 9/11 attacks. Beginning with review of the Carl Duisberg Gesellschaft and its role in [...]