[mp3-jplayer tracks="http://www.deliberation.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/KenFreelandonRoiTov1.mp3, http://www.deliberation.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/KenFreelandRoiTov2.mp3, http://www.deliberation.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/kenFreelandonRoiTov3.mp3, http://www.deliberation.info/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/KenFreelandonRoiTov4.mp3"] On Saturday, Deanna Spingola – Republic Broadcasting Network – published an interview with Ken Freeland, speaking for Roy Tov. Your are kindly invited to listen. My website is still www.roytov.com Next week, www.roitov.com will begin to operate as a mirror site.
radio and podcasts
Gilad talks about Chosen-ness, Exceptionalism and Supremacy as applied to Jewish Identity Politics and other politics. He also talks about the Book of Esther & Purim. Teaches Jews how to infiltrate into foreign administrations.” Gilad Atzmon describing the Book of Esther.
Gilad Atzmon is a talented jazzman who joins us to talk about his new book The Wandering Who? and offers candid commentary on Zionism, Israel, the US and much more. Atzmon was born in Israel, and started to question his government after compulsory service in the Army. American jazz led him to learn the saxophone, […]
Voices of the Middle East and North Africa – February 29, 2012 at 7:00pm Gilad Atzmon interviewed by Khalil Bendib on KPFA
Sold to the gentleman at the back for £50 Liberal Democrat peer Baroness Tonge has resigned from the party after saying Israel “is not going to be there forever”. She discusses her comments with Conservative MP Robert Halfon. Baroness Tonge defends Israel comments (mp3)
Thursday 9 February 2012, the continued charade of the Leveson Inquiry rolls on. In Britain we do things in strange ways. When things go wrong and people (peasants), break the law, it’s fairly straight-forward, they get punished. The problems come when important people get caught doing stuff ‘Joe Public’ would go to jail for in […]
It is natural that modern multi-racial societies should adopt a censorious attitude to the abuse of others on the basis of their race. But a problem arises when that attitude become so rabid that reasonable discussion of social and political phenomena becomes a taboo and when relatively trivial incidents are distorted out of all proportion. […]