Review: BBC The Riots In Their Own Words: August 19, 2012, WideShut Webcast (by wideshutuk)
'On this week's WideShut Webcast Keelan reviews the BBC's London Riots documentary, the New World Order quote of the week, and why we should be wary of Julian Assange.
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- Perfect Storm: The England Riots Documentary:
- BBC: The Riots In Their Own Words
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- Understanding the Eurocrisis: Interview with UKIP, Washington Times:
The Julian Assange Show: Noam Chomsky & Tariq Ali (E10) (by RussiaToday)
'A surprise Arab drive for freedom, the West's structural crisis and new hope coming from Latin America. That's the modern world in the eyes of Noam Chomsky and Tariq Ali, two prominent thinkers and this week's guests on Julian Assange's show on RT.'
Assange Episode 3: Torture & double standards of the West (by RussiaToday)
'The world's most famous secret-spiller is here again to unleash further controversy with his show's next episode airing on RT this Tuesday. Julian Assange has already spoken to the Hezbollah leader in his first international interview in over six years, and brought together 2 political extremes from both sides of the Atlantic. Laura Smith reports from London.'
Julian Assange’s The World Tomorrow: Hassan Nasrallah (E1) (by RussiaToday)
'Hezbollah urged the Syrian opposition to engage in dialogue with Assad's regime, but they refused. Hezbollah leader Sayyid Nasrallah confirmed this in his first interview in 6 years, the world premiere of Julian Assange's 'The World Tomorrow' on RT.
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Weak-a-Link: Manning trial warning for whistleblowers? (by RussiaToday)
'After nearly two years in custody, Private First Class Bradley Manning is scheduled to be arraigned Thursday at a general court-martial at Fort Meade in Maryland. Manning faces 22 counts, for his alleged leaking of classified material to the website Wikileaks, and critics say some of the harshest charges against him are meant to make an example of him, to dissuade anyone from leaking any sensitive information in the future.'
Assange is a fucking hero! No-one wants to see the horror of war, the death and sorrow that Wikileaks is revealing. And that’s why I think everyone is in such an uproar. Well grow up… look at this stuff, this is what we are doing to each. Killing each other in horrible ways, and the ripple affect is breeding hatred all over the world. Not nice is it? Time to stop ignoring it.