Exploding Middle East Myths: 15 Years of Fighting Zionist Propaganda

Posted in Uncategorized by radiodujour on November 3, 2011

Gilad Atzmon participates in an engaging conversation

November 1, 2011

For nearly 63 years, since its creation in 1948, the state of Israel has carefully controlled what the Western world knows about the Zionist state. As a result, what we have received from the mainstream media is reams of propaganda and little truth when it comes to the racist and bellicose state. Against this backdrop of censored “news,” one gutsy journalist took a dangerous stand and instead has been telling the truth about Israel for the last 15 years. In this collection of powerful essays by Canadian writer and researcher Greg Felton, you’ll see the real Israel: brutal treatment of Palestinians, blatant disregard for Christians and Muslims, and parasitic control over foreign governments, especially the U.S. Sure to make you smile and seethe at the same time, Felton’s trademark wit and wisdom will guide you through carefully crafted propaganda, correcting the historical record along the way.

Dr. Anthony J. Hall: From Hiroshima to Fukushima, 1945-2011

Posted in Uncategorized by radiodujour on November 3, 2011

Professor Anthony J. Hall

Oct 26, 2011

How are the activities of those who design and operate nuclear reactors as well as nuclear storage facilities in any way private? How are the operations of companies extracting oil from, say, the Gulf of Mexico or the Tar Sands of Alberta, in any way private? What is private about the assaults on ecology and public health that have been shown to occur regularly and on a massive scale in the industrial transformation of matter into energy? Who is supposed to pay for the clean up when supposedly-private corporations mess up? Who is to be held liable in societies where the for-profit corporations have been legally structured around the concept of limited liability?

Fukushima Meltdown: The World’s First Earthquake-Tsunami-Nuclear Disaster

Takashi Hirose wrote this book in a heat of passion mixed with terrible sadness in the weeks following the Fukushima nuclear disaster. But he is far from a newcomer to this field; he has been writing books and articles warning of the terrible dangers of nuclear power since the early 1980s. In this book, which was a best seller in Japan, he not only describes the comic-if-not-so-tragic series of fumbling errors that lead to the meltdown at Fukushima, but also makes clear the absurdity of putting nuclear power plants anywhere on the earthquake and volcano prone Japanese archipelago – and by extension, anywhere in the world. This is the first translation into English of any book by this authoritative critic of nuclear power.