BCfm’s weekly politics show presented by Tony Gosling
For all the shows back to Easter 2009 visit the Friday Drivetime archive page.
First hour: €440bn European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) Euro bailout. Competition Commission launch inquiry into ‘big four’ auditors: PriceWaterhouseCoopers; Deloitte; KPMG & Ernst & Young. Canon Chancellor Reverend Giles Fraser resigns over St. Pauls cathedral plan to use Dale Farm like violence to evict ‘Occupy London’ protest camp, Very Reverend David Hoyle, Dean of Bristol Cathedral, discusses history, financial crisis & ‘Occupy Bristol’ camp on Bristol’s College Green. Second undercover police officer Bob Lambert authorised by senior crooked cops to use false identity perjuring himself through trial process. News review with Ray Carr, parliamentary candidate and Chair of the Bristol branch of the English Democrat party.
00:00 – Introduction
02:20 – Norwegian far right Masonic terrorist Anders Brevik’s Norway massacre on Friday 22nd July 2011 where 77 people died and 76 were seriously injured – Why did Norwegian authorities not stop Oslo underground or seal off national ports and airports to stop terrorists escaping? Norwegian police admit they had a five day ‘massacre’ terror drill ending at 3pm on the day of the attack. Evidence that Anders Brevik may have not worked alone through his visits to far right activists in the UK. Freemason Brevik came to Britain in 2002 also helped write the founding documents of the English Defence League (EDL) and Norwegian Defence League, yet Norwegian security service did not respond warnings he’d tried to buy and bought ingredients for explosives used in the Oslo bomb attack. Special report with Norwegian researcher Torstein Viddal.
15:00 – Sixteen Tons – Tennessee Ernie Ford (1955)
17:30 – Dave Barnby: I helped David Cameron to become an MP, plus Albert Burgess discusses his book ‘Layman’s Guide to the English Constitution’ ISBN 978-0-9569815-1-6 which argues that our legal system is based on King Alfred the Great’s laws and that many of our senior politicians could be arrested for treason over ceeding power to the EU.
40:45 – Financial Times news editor David Crouch explains that not all the paper’s employees agree with the war in Libya and that his FT leader writer was in Oxford’s elite Bullingdon Club, a close personal friend of David Cameron, Boris Johnson and George Osborne etc. – that is Jonathan Ford.
48:55 – For Halloween we hear claims of a strong link between satanism, witchcraft covens and the British Royal Family through the Order of the Garter and other so-called ‘honourable’ orders of knighthood, former US Navy author Tim Cohen presents information from his book The Antichrist and a Cup of Tea. Suggested further reading on witchcraft and the occult with Dennis Wheatley who knew black magician Aleister Crowley and Bristol occult writer Montague Summers.