Did Bank of England begin defrauding Libor rate in 2007? US threatens war on China via North Korea

Friday 14th April 2017

BCfm’s weekly Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling

At five – discussing the big stories in Bristol, Britain and around the world
After six –
 straight talking and investigative reports with Martin Summers

Listen live http://www.bcfmradio.com/player or http://stream.bcfmradio.com:7017/live.mp3

BCfm audio files usually available 30mins, Radio4All 3/4hrs, after TX
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First hour: News review: with LibDem leader Gary Hopkins. Jeremy Corbyn accuses big business of ‘killing jobs’ by refusing to pay bills on time – the Labour leader says big firms hold back £26billion in payments, forcing 50,000 businesses out of work each year; Google Puts CNN, Washington Post, NYT In Charge Of Fact-Checking NewsFIVE new automated fact-checking projects underwayFull Fact wants to automate fact checking to fight fake news; The Bristolian: Park Raving Mad – cuts to litter collection in parks; Canada unveils plans to legalise recreational marijuana; nurses, postal workers & Virgin Trains East Coast staff strikes;  800 GPs in South West could be set to leave profession as morale at all-time low;  Chancellor refuses to rule out extra funding on top of West’s £1bn devolution deal – Philip Hammond wants the region to embrace the new Metro Mayor and West of England authority with an ‘open mind’;  Metrobus;  Bristol Port sell off under Mayor Ferguson;  Bank of England implicated in Libor rigging scandal by secret recording, BBC reports – clip from Panorama programme ‘The Big Bank Fix’ – Dearlove family, MI6, Banks and Bilderberg;  928 carers in England quit a day as social care system ‘starts to collapse’;  cellphones, wifi and cancer: will Trump’s budget cuts zap vital ‘electrosmog’ research?
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Second hour: Investigative reports: Assad statement on chemical weapons attack and The Coming War on China. Syria:  this week’s interview with Syrian President Bashar Assad who says his government didn’t order chemical attack, had no motive to, and thinks some of it may be staged; G7 meeting; Donald Trump Is An International Law Breaker by retired U.S. Army Colonel W. Patrick Lang. 43 killed and 100 wounded in bomb attacks on churches in EgyptArab Spring, Muslim Brotherhood, controlling oil and resources, Iran, Chinese ‘new silk road’ rail project, Israel. Trump says US will act alone on North Korea if China fails to helpFormer South Korean President Park Geun-hye has been arrested and jailed. China Deploys 150,000 Troops to North Korean Border. Trump’s proposed increase in US military spending is almost as big as Russia’s entire defence budgetClip from John Pilger’s film ‘The Coming War on China’  [nb. complete version of ‘The Coming War on China’ at YouTube may only be available for a short time]  Beslan school siege: European court condemns Russia for role in 2004 massacre. British Army agent in the IRA, Stakeknife, linked to 18 murders, Northern Ireland police’s Operation Kenova: Murders linked to IRA spy Stakeknife ‘not properly investigated’The Spy In The IRA: Panorama film by John Ware.
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Beginning his working life in the aviation industry and trained by the BBC, Tony Gosling is a British land rights activist, historian & investigative radio journalist. Over the last 20 years he has been exposing the secret power of the Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and élite Bilderberg Conferences where the dark forces of corporations, media, banks and royalty conspire to accumulate wealth and power through extortion and war. Tony has spent much of his life too advocating solutions which heal the wealth divide, such as free housing for all and a press which reflects the concerns of ordinary people rather than attempting to lead opinion, sensationalise or dumb-down. Tony tweets at @TonyGosling. Tune in to his Friday politics show at BCfm here http://www.thisweek.org.uk

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3 comments on “Did Bank of England begin defrauding Libor rate in 2007? US threatens war on China via North Korea
  1. dahszil dahszil says:

    update april 14, 2017 on alleged Syrian 2017 Khan Shaykhun chemical attack

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theodore_Postol

    “….Postol has also criticized the unclassified intelligence assessment released by the Trump White House blaming the air forces of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the April 2017 Khan Shaykhun chemical attack. Postol wrote that the assessment “contains absolutely no evidence that this attack was the result of a munition being dropped from an aircraft” and that photographic evidence used in the assessment pointed to an attack by people on the ground using a 122mm artillery rocket tube filled with a chemical agent and detonated by an explosive charge laid on top of it.[32],,,,”

    “…Theodore A. Postol (born 1946) is a professor of Science, Technology, and International Security at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a prominent critic of U.S. government statements about missile defense. He has also criticized the U.S. narratives of the Syrian government’s involvement in the 2013 Ghouta chemical attack and the 2017 Khan Shaykhun chemical attack….”

    “…Theodore A. Postol (born 1946) is a professor of Science, Technology, and International Security at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and is a prominent critic of U.S. government statements about missile defense. He has also criticized the U.S. narratives of the Syrian government’s involvement in the 2013 Ghouta chemical attack and the 2017 Khan Shaykhun chemical attack…”

  2. dahszil dahszil says:

    update april 14, 2017 on alleged Syrian 2017 Khan Shaykhun chemical attack

    JONATHAN STEELE: “…..Well, but not by the use of chemical weapons”(referring to alleged assad’s syria Khan Shaykhun chemical attack.

    https://www.democracynow.org/2017/4/13/russia_vetoes_un_resolution_on_syria

    “….AMY GOODMAN: The Guardian’s Kareem Shaheen was the first Western reporter to visit the site of Khan Sheikhoun, the chemical weapons attack. In a piece headlined “‘The dead were wherever you looked’: inside Syrian town after gas attack,” The Guardian examined the warehouse and silos directly next to where the missile had landed. And Shaheen says they, quote, “found nothing but an abandoned space covered in dust and half-destroyed silos reeking of leftover grain and animal manure.” He went on to write, quote, “Residents said the silos had been damaged in air raids six months ago, and had stood unused since then.” Your response?

    JONATHAN STEELE: Well, that’s true. I mean, that report is accurate. But the crucial evidence is: Where did the sarin gas come from? And Professor Theodore Postol of MIT has just come out with a report trying to discredit the White House statement of the day before, a four-page White House statement. And Postol argues that the 122-millimeter rocket tube that is lying on the ground, that has been shown to reporters and others who’ve come to the site, was not broken open by impact with the ground, but by something that crashed onto it from above. That suggests it has to have been broken by somebody standing on the ground, putting explosives onto it from above, rather than being something that was dropped from an aircraft from on high…”

    Jonathan Steele

    Bio
    Jonathan Steele is a veteran foreign correspondent and author of widely acclaimed studies of international relations. He was the Guardian’s bureau chief in Washington in the late 1970s, and its Moscow bureau chief during the collapse of communism. He was educated at Cambridge and Yale universities, and has written books on Iraq, Afghanistan, Russia, South Africa and Germany, including Defeat: Why America and Britain Lost Iraq (I.B.Tauris 2008) and Ghosts of Afghanistan: the Haunted Battleground (Portobello Books 2011).

  3. dahszil dahszil says:

    Egypt goes from bad to worse: Under President Sisi, the nation longs for the good old days of Mubarak

    http://www.salon.com/2017/04/02/egypt-goes-from-bad-to-worse-under-president-sisi-the-nation-longs-for-the-good-old-days-of-mubarak/

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