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FTR #438 Christmas Bushes: Business As Unusual

For mem­bers of the Bush fam­i­ly, every­day is Christ­mas. They are the recip­i­ents of enor­mous largesse, the prod­uct of busi­ness as unusu­al.

FTR #556 Update on 9/11 and Related Matters

The Al-Taqwa milieu revealed by the Oper­a­tion Green Quest raids links to 9/11, the GOP and Bush admin­is­tra­tion, the Mus­lim Broth­er­hood and the Under­ground Reich. Neworks linked to the JFK assas­si­na­tion are explored.

FTR #524 The Safari Club and the ‘Islamic Bomb’

Record­ed August 28, 2005 REALAUDIO Since 9/11, there has been a height­ened lev­el of dis­cus­sion on the pos­si­bil­i­ty of nuclear ter­ror­ism, par­tic­u­lar­ly in light of the A.Q. Khan net­work and the smug­gling of nuclear tech­nol­o­gy from Pak­istan to a num­ber of oth­er coun­tries. This broad­cast sets forth infor­ma­tion that demon­strates the com­plic­i­ty of the Safari […]

FTR #517 Update on 9/11 and Related Matters

Fail­ure by both pub­lic and pri­vate sec­tors to guar­an­tee the integri­ty of ter­ror­ism insur­ance.

FTR #451 Petals from the Golden Lily

Record­ed March 21, 2004 Lis­ten: MP3 Side 1 | Side 2 RealAu­dio Pur­su­ing the sub­ject of the fab­u­lous amount of wealth stolen by the Japan­ese dur­ing World War II under Gold­en Lily (the for­mal name of the Japan­ese loot­ing pro­gram), this broad­cast sup­ple­ments dis­cus­sion pre­sent­ed in oth­er ‘For The Record’ pro­grams. Hav­ing secret­ed over $100-bil­lion […]

FTR #409 Let’s Make a Deal, Part 2

Major con­flicts of inter­est of key Bush admin­is­tra­tion play­ers and allies.

FTR #351 Mein Jihad, Part 3

Mus­lim Broth­er­hood is his­tor­i­cal­ly, insti­tu­tion­al­ly and oper­a­tional­ly allied with dis­ci­ples and heirs of Hitler and Mus­soli­ni.

L‑10 The Electoral Coup of the Year 2000

Elec­toral fraud, and elec­tion 2000 as coup d’e­tat.

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