Dialect – Why Politics is a charade & how the Rothschilds financed the British Empire

plus Will the hackers come back from the dark side?

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Bristol artist Steve Lacey joins us once again to go more in depth into the Globalists’ New World Order. No, it’s not a myth but real & organised by the Rothschild & Rockefeller dynasties in Europe & America. The British Empire and industrial revolution was funded by the Rothschilds who are far more powerful and rich than the government turning politics into a charade. Why do the media not explain or look into this? The answer is simple, they, including the BBC, are part of big business clubs, the CFR in the US and RIIA in UK, which control the political agenda through lobbying & think tanks.
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Dialect – Rise and Fall of Public Housing with Barrie Dale

plus Was Tony Blair a Rosicrucian & what is the organisation?

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Barrie Dale lives in the West country and his family have always been involved in providing public housing. We ask whatever happened to the idea after world war one and two that public housing was a top priority for government? Barrie gives us his thoughts on how public policy on housing should change to make the sector work for everyone in the UK again.
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Dialect – Joseph Miranda: table-top gaming the Ukraine war

Image from the cover of an 1884 reprint of 'A true report of certaine wonderfull ouerflowings of Waters, now lately in Summerset-shire, Norfolke and other places of England...', originally printed in London 1607.

plus Elia explains why Catalonia wants to secede from Madrid

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This week we hear from a Bristolian from Barcelona Elia Pablo and hear why she chose Bristol as her UK home. Like the Basque country and more recently Crimea, Catalonia wants to secede from Madrid as the politicians there are not doing a good job. The king Juan-Carlos has immunity from prosecution so he’s above the law.

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Dialect – Half-Crimean single mum in Bristol discusses Ukraine crisis

Bob Crow at the Tolpuddle Festival

plus, a firewall for your Android phone?

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Jason Yannocopolous on this week’s death of Bob Crow and Private Eye stories: British companies being used to fund corruption in Ukraine; crooked bankers left off the list of people who have attended David Cameron’s residence at Chequers; debate in New Zealand over whether to drop the union jack from their flag and have a new one; Amazon doing deals with Google and other search engines to make competitors’ websites go down and down the search rankings so customers don’t find them.  Read More…

Dialect – Bristol’s sham democracy: Paul Saville

plus JTRIG: GCHQ & NSA’s Character Assassination programme

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Ed Lander discusses one of Glenn Greenwald’s latest reports ‘How Covert Agents Infiltrate the Internet to Manipulate, Deceive, and Destroy Reputations‘ where groups are destroyed by online lies and individuals can be ‘character assassinated’. Not only Britain’s ‘enemies’ either, these are British campaigners who they are targeting too. Ed explains Boeing’s new ‘Black Phones’ which are supposed to be more secure than other forms of communication.

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Dialect – The Electrical Interference Handbook by Norman Ellis

electrical interference handbook

plus Bristol artist Steve Lacey

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Norman Ellis wrote the textbook on electrical interference and before he died last year he told Tony Gosling about his early days working for the Post Office’s Radio Research Establishment in fields near Newport and Bristol. Norman went on to help bring the first television pictures from London to Cardiff and work on the ground stations for the first satellites before joining Britain’s intelligence services at GCHQ and working as a consultant on the Channel Tunnel.

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Dialect – A British policeman in 1946 Palestine

Jewish anti-Palestine white paper demonstrations - womens demonstration on may 22 1939- demonstration approaching king david hotel stopped by cordon of police seen in distance

plus data theft via Synch & The Cloud? Ed Lander

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This week we hear from former Palestine policeman during the 1940s British mandate, Bill Smith. He was in a Palestinian police headquarters when it was attacked by Jewish terrorists the Irgun one morning. Bill explains how the British mandate was set up in 1920 after the 1919 Versailles treaty, the British formally receiving approval for the mandate on 1922 from the League of Nations. Bill went from the merchant navy to become a British policeman in Palestine which was under attack from Jewish terrorists. He then joined the army and fought in Korea before spending a much more pleasant time in Hong Kong. Read More…

Dialect – Practical privacy: Is there anything NSA & GCHQ have not hacked?

Cattle by GCHQ radio station

plus Danny Lopes’ Contemporary Christian Music show on BCfm

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Danny Lopes presents BCfm’s Contemporary Christian Music show every Sunday at 7pm. We find out more about the man between the tunes and behind the accent. Turns out Danny was brought up in the middle of a civil war in 1970s Rhodesia/Zimbabwe. We hear about what Danny believes is a revolution that lost its way and got diverted by corruption. We hear also about Danny’s faith now and his thoughts about other religions, war in the Middle East and contradictions in the multi-faith movement.

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Dialect – Political party funding: The Rolling Referendum

Pie charts of 3 main parties funding in 2012

plus CIA torture with whistleblower John Stockwell

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Faced with the deep-rooted corruption of our political parties, who are virtually owned and controlled by the City of London banksters, Julian Parry has had a much better idea for funding political parties. It’s called the Rolling Referendum and it’s developing over the last year or so into some concrete proposals to replace the present dysfunctional bribery system which is well past its sell by date.

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Dialect – Keynsham’s Local Paper The Week in East Bristol and North East Somerset

Cover of The Week In Keynsham newspaper

plus the fiasco of flooding in the Somerset Levels

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Discussion around two big stories in Keynsham – firstly the closure of the Cadbury’s factory and takeover by Kraft foods who are now selling the site for housing. Why was the factory sold and why did Kraft not keep it open? Also the redevelopment of Keynsham town centre & civic centre. Will there be a new leisure centre as part of the redevelopment to replace the old one or not. We hear that appears, amazingly, to be an open question. Stephen says he’s apolitical and that’s helped his circulation crawl up to around 15,000.

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