BCfm’s weekly politics show presented by Tony Gosling
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First hour: News review: with Conservative councillor Claire Hiscott. Terrorist attacks in France; political party electioneering – Tory manifesto, cuts; cuts to the NHS – Southmead Hospital; the slowing of UK manufacturing; deflation in Europe – last time 1930s – ECB starting QE; oil prices going down; clip of Cameron on Andrew Marr show – ideological cuts; privatisation of health care; PMQs Ed Miliband – A&E and Cameron’s broken promise – worse waiting times in last 10 years; Cameron alliance with UKIP; PMQs Better Care Fund; Mayor Ferguson – tweeting about cyclists; Prince Andrew and rape claims – he stood up for Geoffrey Epstein, rape victim’s lawyers sue Prince Andrew’s lawyer for defamation; Theresa May and finding a chair for child sex abuse commission; clip of Tim Fortescue from 1995 BBC documentary ‘Westminister’s Secret Service’; hidden homeless living in caves and air raid shelters – spiral of benefit cuts and rent arrears.
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Second hour: Investigative reports: Charlie Hebdo massacre and terror attacks in Paris, France. Terror attacks in France and many contextual aspects such as the timing which suggest an ulterior motive associated with persuading the French political classes to join the NATO coalition against ISIS: NATO and Gladio networks; attacks on Belgian supermarkets in 1980s, US marines stole guns and killing Belgian police in Vielsalm and civilians; terrorists had military training; Syria; Operation Cyclone; international coalition against ISIS; Libya; Saudi Arabia; Brabant massacre; Israel; Club be Berne. NATO conducted a European terrorist campaign targeting innocent civilians called Operation Gladio from the 1970s to 1990s. Mainly US and British troops worked with irregular fascist ‘stay behind’ units, under NATO Intelligence and private ‘Club De Berne’ command and posed as far left terrorists killing hundreds of Europeans in a successful attempt to further US policy, such as placement of cruise missiles in Europe. Belgium, Italy and Switzerland conducted fairly thourough parliamentary inquiries into these NATO terror massacres but nobody was prosecuted.
NATO have been working with Jihadis ever since 1980s ‘Charlie Wilson’s War’ Operation Cyclone when 4 billion dollars was spent by UK & US destabilising Russian occupied Afganistan.
A 80 year old Charlie Hebdo cartoonist sacked and tried under french criminal law for mild jibe about president Sarkozy’s son converting to Judaism.
If this had happened to an Assad magazine office that would be a legitimate act of war by Assad rebels we support
All hostages and gunmen shot dead so no questioning the official police story and no trials or evidence required for anything just the word of anonymous French police spokespeople
Francois Hollande just ade trip to Russia to negotiate down sanctions with Russia which is hurting Europe – no such thing allowed NATO escalation with Russia is on a ratchet up.
October 2014’s Ottawa parliament attack and December 2014’s Sydney attack came as both the Canadian and Australian parliament was making big decisions about whether or not to join UK/US in NATO anti ISIS coalition – ditto this time in France.
Since then NATO special forces have been training ‘rebel’ fighters in Libya and Syria as well as in training camps in neaby Jordan and NATO country Turkey.
Fighters were very well trained, probably by NATO special forces for the ISIS group which was created by the Western intelligence services.
‘One Rogue Reporter’, former Daily Star reporter Richard Peppiatt. Interview with Richard Peppiatt, former journalist for The Daily Star, who has made a film ‘One Rogue Reporter’ about what’s wrong with the press: The Daily Star, The News of the World and the English Defence League; reader interaction; Leveson Inquiry; good tabloid possible; advertiser’s influence increasing; stories from newswires cheaper than investigative journalism. Interview with Dave Barnby who has written book ‘EU – Corporatist Racket’, starting from 1940 up until present time: EU run for large corporations; Britain joined EEC in 1973 – referendum afterwards; Joseph Retinger and Bilderberg; Hugh Gaitskell – possible future Prime Minister; Ted Heath gave up space programme with ‘Black Arrow’ and ‘Blue Streak’ which were picked up by the French and elsewhere, Common Agricultural Policy, and fisheries to join EEC; TTIP. Dave Barnby on his new book about the origins of the European Union. What deals were done when UK entered the EEC in 1973.
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