DisInfoWars with Tom Secker- The Troubles

The War on Terror in Ireland lasted 30 years and killed thousands. In many ways it was the operational prototype for the modern War on Terror, and can be considered part of Operation Gladio. In this episode I explore The Troubles, beginning with the background of the struggle for Irish independence going back over a […]

BFP Roundtable Video- DOD Goes to Hollywood!

Pearse Redmond, Tom Secker & Prof. Matthew Alford on the Largest ever FOIA release from Pentagon’s Entertainment Liaison Office” In this episode Tom Secker and I are joined by Professor Matthew Alford for a discussion of the Department of Defense’s’ ever increasing relation with Hollywood cinema. We discuss the history and nature of the DOD’s […]

Probable Cause with Sibel Edmonds- Coups, False Flag Operations, Hearts & Minds

Welcome to our twelfth episode of Probable Cause. Today, with this episode, we are starting a new subtopic that is directly related to our macro subject. We are going to talk about strategic operations and synthetic events as catalysts to bring about forceful and rapid changes. We are going to talk about coups: Coup as […]

Processing Distortion: “Abu Zubaydah’s Diaries Reveal Much”

Peter B. Collins Presents Jason Leopold Investigative journalist Jason Leopold has just published the second of five parts in a series based on the private diaries that were collected when Abu Zubaydah was picked up in Pakistan in March, 2002. Leopold acquired them from an unnamed intelligence source, and they offer insight into Zubaydah’s odyssey […]

De-Manufacturing Consent- Anarcho-Detroit: In the Absence of Government, A New Way Forward Emerges

Guillermo Jimenez Presents Karen DeCoster On this edition of De-Manufacturing Consent: Guillermo is joined by writer, CPA, and creator of the blog “Detroit: From Rust to Riches,” Karen DeCoster. Guillermo and Karen discuss the economics of the city of Detroit, what led to its bankruptcy, and what it says about the broader economic problems of […]

Geopolitics with Ryan Dawson- Episode 12: Africa Blowback & “Why the Enemy of Your Enemy is Not Your Friend”

Ryan Dawson Presents Dr. Stephen Zunes Dr. Stephen Zunes is a Professor of Politics and International Studies at the University of San Francisco, where he chairs the program in Middle Eastern Studies. He is the author of several books including Western Sahara: War Nationalism& Conflict Irresolution Today we discuss the US and NATO’s cascading series […]

The Reality Principle -Episode 12

“American Nightmare: Racism & the Prison-Industrial Complex” with Solomon Comissiong In this week’s episode, Eric examines one of the most complex and misunderstood issues in America today: the prison-industrial complex and its relation to deeply rooted racism in this country. Eric touches on the various ways in which mass incarceration and the prison system is […]

Soothing the Beast: Saturday Night BFP-Jamiol Music, Episode 13

Phil Collins Phil Collins needs no introduction. Picking a favorite song of his is always tough. For me Another Day in Paradise always comes out on top. Collins wrote it to bring attention to the problem of homelessness. He sings it like he cares about the woman in the song and others who are homeless. […]

Soothing the Beast: Saturday Night BFP-Jamiol Music, Episode 12

Gil Scott-Heron Gil Scott-Heron was a poet, author and most of all an extremely talented musician. With a blend of soul, jazz and the blues, his statements of social issues and the politics of his time were way out in front of other artists through that period. His work influenced much of the hip hop, […]

Empire, Power, and People with Andrew Gavin Marshall- Episode 12

The College Crisis We are in the midst of a major college crisis: more students than ever before are graduating with professional educations and immense debt into a jobless market with no opportunities. The result of such a scenario, as any historian would warn, is the development of social unrest, dissatisfaction, rebellion, and potentially, revolution. […]