Dialect – Dulles & the Mob: JFK assassination 50 years on (1 of 3)

Is Bristol’s Merchant Venturers still a nest of fraud and corruption?

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This November marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of US President John F. Kennedy. He was the last US president to rein back rather than expand US military interventions abroad killing millions of innocent people. So to both celebrate his memory and understand who was behind the assassination we hear former New Orleans District Attorney, Jim Garrison, interviewed by David Mendelsohn about David Ferrie, Lee Harvey Oswald, Guy Bannister, Clay Shaw and his view of Earl Warren, Lyndon Johnson, Allan Dulles and J. Edgar Hoover. John Davis discusses his book, “Mafia Kingfish: Carlos Marcello and the Assassination of JFK”. Oliver Stone discusses Clay Shaw and Garrison’s investigation. Part 1 of 3.


Aniesa Mirreh looks at the Chinese economic system grinding to a halt. Is the same happening in China as happened in the West back in 2008 and is it deliberate?

Jason Yannacopoulos looks at government disability benefit removal contractor ATOS as it looks as if they will lose their contract. The BBC have IT contracts with ATOS and receive lots of money from the EU, so perhaps that is why the BBC have not been more critical of both foreign institutions? The Bristolian scandal sheet has been looking at Bristol’s former slave trading elite club the Merchant Venturers this week with specific allegations of corruption aimed at May Gurney, Cullum McAlpine, Tim Ross and David Ord.


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