12 fold increase in Bristol street homeless since 2010 Tory election win – Reading between the Fake News lines with Bristol University Prof. Stephan Lewandowsky

BCfm’s weekly Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling

Was suspended from the BCfm schedule for two weeks, last available show and 1st December internet only special, back on FM today on… Friday 8th December 2017

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
Any probs mp3s should be on alternative links below by then

First hour: Christmas homelessness special and City Council house-building update: with cabinet member for homes and housing Paul Smith: Marvin Rees as Mayor;  his cabinet with other Parties in it;  Bristol’s Council House building – 56 built so far; housing associations, affordable housing;  Bristol’s Housing Development Company; funding of public services – community centres;  evictions – Universal Credit and working poor; twelve times more rough sleepers in Bristol since 2010 – 5 in 2010, 69 now; homelessness – changes to welfare;  immigration – living longer; Bristol and Bath Regional Capital – community schemes of house building;  Council dealing with homelessness – Guardianship, Churches, St. Mungos, container housing; Homes Board think tank; Bristol Council has lost £200m year since 2010; Peoples QE; Council Tax subsidising business; Brexit – taking up lots of time and energy – the power is in EUs hands; EU has let Catalonia down over referendum; Brussels wanting a United States of Europe – we need a more democratic accountable EU; Mayoral Systems in Europe and centralisation; Marvin Rees in China for the money, banks don’t do human rights – public transport; Trump statement about Jerusalem being capital of Israel: Jerusalem: Trump move prompts negative world reaction. Tram crash in Croydon Croydon tram crash could have been prevented, says widow – 7 died, 50 injured – drivers wouldn’t report problems because of threat of getting the sack – Bristol Metrobus to be run by same people. Social mobility commission including Conservative minister resigned en masse – Theresa May is too busy to help the poor because of Brexit. Manchester attack – intelligence not acted on.
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Second hour: Investigative reports: Reading between the ‘Fake News’ lines with Bristol University Cognitive Science Professor Stephan Lewandowsky. Interview with Stephan Lewandowsky, Professor of Cognitive Sciences from Bristol University – he discusses fake news:  fake news and post truth world rocketed with rise of technology and internet – ‘village idiot’ can find others and form a community;  news wires and same stories;  loss of gatekeepers – editors – positive and negative; WMD in Iraq – fake news – governments conspired; competing versions of reality and ‘truth’; people don’t care what truth is anymore says Katie Hopkins – leads to fascism; conspiracy theory – telling the difference between truth and nonsense – look at record of people involved – Edward Snowden legitimate – conspiracy theorists happy with incoherence; deliberate disinformation from governments and private organisations; US elections and Russian influence; CIA influencing elections in past – National Endowment for Democracy; how to detect interference – look for fake social media and twitter accounts (2011); The Fake News Debunking Handbook by Stefan and John Lock: http://sks.to/debunk
The Debunking Handbook: now freely available for download – Post Truth – we knew truth more before? – ‘I can believe anything I want’ precursor to fascism – Totalitarianism in the age of Trump: lessons from Hannah Arendt
The political theorist who wrote about the Nazis and ‘the banality of evil’ in the 60s has become a surprise bestseller. Should we heed her warning that protesting just feeds the chaos? said this about Nazi regime; mainstream media versus alternative media for truth; clip from The BBC Media Show – interview with Channel 4 News editor Ben de Pear about politicians blacklisting news and current affairs programmes; Fox News and being misinformed;  where does he get his news from – different medias from around world: The Guardian, Sydney Morning Herald, Der Spiegel, The Age. Canada’s Globe & Mail; New York Times; Washington PostSlaughter Bots film – Prof. Stuart Russell from Berkeley University, California – lobbying UN to stop them. PMQs Ben Bradshaw – Trump and moving capital of Israel to Jerusalem – was PM consulted? Saudi Arabia not happy, building of 3rd Temple – clashes erupting in Israel/Palestine. ‘Netanyahu: the early years’ documentary by PBS FrontlineNetanyahu looked at for corruption by police – changing law so those in office not prosecuted. Philippines: Dengue vaccine could worsen disease – Philipines prepared for ‘worst-case scenario’ after 733,000 given dengue vaccine that could worsen disease in government school immunisation programme. Russia to launch independent internet for BRICS countries. Russians announce there are no ISIS no strongholds left – but reappearing elsewhere.
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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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9 comments on “12 fold increase in Bristol street homeless since 2010 Tory election win – Reading between the Fake News lines with Bristol University Prof. Stephan Lewandowsky
  1. Tony Gosling has done a commendable job in reporting the news and providing a better and more truthful view of our reality.

    • Tony Gosling says:

      Thank you for your support George. You too are am important voice in the United States who refuses to be silenced by the Israel lobby, which is leading us by the nose into World War Three.

  2. dahszil dahszil says:

    Thank you Tony for doing yeoman’s work in making special shows on December 1st and and getting back on air this Friday .

    Jerusalem is the international historical center of the the three major religions : Judaism , Islam and Christianity imho . I don’t know if this is accurate but when the UN was planning Israel as part of Palestine, Jerusalem would be an international city as a historical and religious center for the the three major religions and peaceful exchange of theology and philosophy . am i right, wrong or somewhat ? anyone feel free to reply and correct me . cheers

  3. Governmind says:

    Stephan Lewandowsky thinks he gets his information from multiple sources who vary enough from each other so he can compile a balanced view. I think his opinion on several subjects that where mentioned during the show is evidence of the contrary. He seems te be in a progressive, leftist, globalist bubble. I’m not familiar with all the media he mentioned but following the NYT and WaPo together with their British, Canadian and Australian equivalent doesn’t do much to broden your perspective.
    I would suggest adding RT, PressTV, Newsbud, The Saker and Corbett report and http://nomorefakenews.com/ by John Rappoport.
    Following BBC, Skynews, CCN, MSNBC, Deutsche Welle, Euronews, France24 and RAI for instance still results in a pretty narrow perspective IMO.

    • Tony Gosling says:

      Stephan said he never looks at Breitbart and has no intention of doing so. That’s not wise in my opinion. You can’t critique news outlets you’ve never read because others in your bubble say they’re on good. I think now that was one of the weakest points Stephan made. The other was over Princess Diana’s death. He said most people who believe she was assassinated also believe she faked her own death. I simply don’t believe that. I know many journalists and individuals who believe Diana was murdered but none believe she faked her own death. I’d seriously question that study.

      • Governmind says:

        What I found most interesting in this show’s second hour was you ignoring things Stephan said and just give the guest the ability to contribute what they can. Hear what he had to tell on the subject instead of spiraling off into arguing each others opinion. But all in all I was disappointed by the insight the prof. seemed to have on the media landscape. Must be though to come to a better understanding in his position. As the universities seem to be instrumental in this ongoing social engineering campaign that is unleashed on the public.

        And indeed it stood out how some counter intelligence tactics seem to work the way they are intended. And it has been applied heavily the past years with the whole flat earth BS being pushed hard.
        The only thing that has to be done is question 9/11, 7/7 and the Boston Bombing for instance and in the next sentence pretend to believe the earth is flat. Damage done.
        I still wonder if those people who asked me, in reply to a comment I made, if I also believe the earth is flat, were a result of the counter intelligence ops or they were part of it.

  4. dahszil dahszil says:

    regarding special December 1 show . Michael Parenti PhD from Yale university talk on youtube . the talk was based in great part, his book To Kill A Nation: The Attack on Yugoslavia

    https://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1052756.To_Kill_A_Nation

    another video more specific to break up of Yugoslavia . but i disagree with the Iranians being the major source of fundamentalist fighters . imho it was the US who recruited hardline fundamentalist muslim forces into Bosnia.

  5. dahszil dahszil says:

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