BCfm’s weekly Politics Show presented by Tony Gosling
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First hour news review: Full Council Meeting – Mayor Marvin Rees has been accused of further ‘cover-up’ over the payout to former Bristol City Council CEO Anna Klonowski; Council funding – money for care – people deliberately put off assessments for funding; Bristol is spending most in Country on care; money wasted by Bristol Council; Homeless pods designed to keep rough sleepers alive in the cold and safe from street violence are denied funding; Universal Credit leaves applicants “scavenging in bins at night for food” – #UniversallyDiscredited on Twitter. Brexit: Zombie’ Theresa May staggers on towards her eventual downfall; Hedge funds make big bets against post-Brexit UK economy – insider trading, high streets emptying; pulling Tuesday’s vote; Jacob Rees-Mogg – discusses the backstop of the deal; Quentin Letts on BBC – a dismissive comic view of Theresa May dealing with Brexit. History of the EEC: Ted Heath discussing signing us in, in 1973, and how it’s good to be closer to Europe; employees of Philips Electronics drew up the Single Market; in 1975 Harold Wilson gave the vote on joining EEC to the people – Roy Jenkins and Tony Benn debate : The European Communities membership referendum, 1975 – Panorama clip of Panorama debate at the time between Labour cabinet ministers Tony Benn and Roy Jenkins chaired by David Dimbleby. David Dimbleby’s last night after 25 years chairing BBC Question Time: Will Self, Boris Johnson, Mark Steele and Charles Moore compilation of moments on #BBCqt.
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Second hour Investigative reports: MI6, MI5 and GCHQ: – Secret Scottish-based office led infowars attack on Labour and Jeremy Corbyn; UK to investigate state-funded attack on Corbyn; GCHQ now has the power to legally hack anyone; The truth about Cambridge Analytica-SCL: Psy-ops by UK-US deep state actors: According to Liam O’Hare at Bella Caledonia, SCL went public in 2005 at the DSEI conference, a global arms fair in London, promoting itself as the first private company to provide psychological warfare services to the British military: “Its ‘hard sell’ was a demonstration of how the UK government could use a sophisticated media campaign of mass deception to fool the British people into thinking an accident at a chemical plant had occurred and threatened central London.” Such a sales pitch is even more chilling given the recent events in Salisbury, where the alleged attempted assassination of double agent Sergei Skripal and his daughter, Yulia—victims of a still unidentified nerve agent—is being used by the government to stage provocations against Russia; Alex Younger, new head of MI6, saying UK not going to retaliate after Salisbury, but we are accusing the Russians of what we ourselves are doing. In mental health parlance, classic ‘projection’ – NATO false flag operations, Ukraine; The Younger generation takes over MI6: The ‘C’ saw of a thoroughly modern spook – MI6, AI and spying ‘fourth generation espionage’ that Alex Younger is into: MI6 chief Alex Younger calls for tech-enabled ‘fourth-generation espionage’. In rare speech, top spy Alex Younger claimed that ‘the digital era has profoundly changed our operating environment’ GCHQ proves so-called smart toys, cuddly toys with microphones and speakers can be turned into kids’ surveillance bugs – are easily hackable by schoolchildren on their phones – Beware the ‘smart toys’ that spy on your kids; – Facebook poses potential threat to democracy, says ex-GCHQ chief . GCHQ boosts powers to launch mass data hacking – Expanded intelligence gathering is ‘a grave threat’ warn rights groups – GCHQ now has the power to legally hack anyone, Security GCHQ gains carte blanche warrant to hack at will – France: Strasbourg shooting and Yellow Jackets’ manifesto: four shot dead in an alleged terrorist attack at Strasbourg Christmas market – Yellow Jacket protests: examples of their demands; English translation of #YellowJackets charter; Macron’s address; Yellow Vests to rally in Bridgwater, Somerset? Strasbourg attack – by Cherif Chatak, a patsy murdered to give Macron an excuse to clamp down on demonstrations? – a diversion from Yellow Vests? China – Canada tit-for-tat executive arrests row – is Trump ‘hardening the sides’ to prepare people in China and the United States for war? John Bolton knew in advance of Huawei FO’s arrest in Canada, but did Donald Trump? – Canadian Michael Spavor detained in China as Huawei row continues – Trump commits to $750bn US defence budget just a week after saying $717bn is ‘crazy’ – Imran Khan: Pakistan will no longer be America’s hired gun – Decision to assassinate Arafat approved by Saudis: Former senior advisor. Two Russian nuclear capable bombers in Venezuela for joint exercises to defend Maduro against US oil-grab via Brazil and Colombia. The deployment follows Venezuelan President Maduro’s talks with president Putin in Moscow last week – 14 Israelis suspected of running child sex trafficking ring in Colombia. Network allegedly marketed trips from Israel for tourists to have sex with minors who were forced into prostitution; 6 Israelis held, arrest warrants issued for other suspects – Decision to assassinate Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat was approved by the Saudis: Former senior advisor – William Blum, Independent Journalist and Anti-Imperialist Historian, Dies at 85 a clip of him on the RT Abby Martin show ‘Breaking The Set’. IMF warns storm clouds gathering for global economy. ECB ends €2.5tn eurozone QE stimulus programme. How the bankers, became the banksters: interview about post ‘big-bang’ banking with former Lloyds banker Jon Coward who runs Liquorice Heaven website.
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