Dave Emory publik
[search 0]
Lebih

Unduh Aplikasinya!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Revisiting the event that propelled Mr. Emory into this field of endeavor, this program reflects on the assassination of President Kennedy on the 58th anniversary of his killing.One source of Mr. Emory’s “Dealey Plaza Blues” is a depressing piece in Rolling Stone magazine from 11/22/2021.In addition to the minor stylistic sin of ending a sentence w…
 
This program supplements our long series on "The Oswald Institute of Virology."A pair of stories in The Wall Street Journal yield understanding of our media landscape and the degree of propagandizing of same.Reportage about the WHO's resumption of its inquiry into the origins of the Covid-19 pandemic hasn't received much coverage in the U.S.What co…
 
This program concludes the series.Introducing the expansion of American experience with Chiang and his Kuomintang fascists into U.S. Cold War policy in Asia, we present Sterling Seagrave’s rumination about Stanley Hornbeck, a State Department flack who became: “. . . . the doyen of State’s Far Eastern Division. . . .”Hornbeck “ . . . . had only the…
 
This program undertakes a speculative look at the life and family history of Barack Obama, analyzed in the context of the American Deep State.It was under Obama that the "pivot to Asia" took place, with his then Vice-President Joe Biden now pursuing the anti-China policy with a consuming vigor.(We note, also, Avril Haines, who was Obama's Deputy Di…
 
Introducing the expansion of American experience with Chiang and his Kuomintang fascists into U.S. Cold War policy in Asia, we present Sterling Seagrave’s rumination about Stanley Hornbeck, a State Department flack who became: “. . . . the doyen of State’s Far Eastern Division. . . .”Hornbeck “ . . . . had only the most abbreviated and stilted know…
 
Introducing the expansion of American experience with Chiang and his Kuomintang fascists into U.S. Cold War policy in Asia, we present Sterling Seagrave’s rumination about Stanley Hornbeck, a State Department flack who became: “. . . . the doyen of State’s Far Eastern Division. . . .”Hornbeck “ . . . . had only the most abbreviated and stilted know…
 
Loading …

Panduan Referensi Cepat

Google login Twitter login Classic login