Dialect – Bristol’s Palestine Museum & Embassy

plus William Cooper on the Rose and Cross

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Sarah Bromberg joins us to find out how the government cuts have affected holiday activities for children and other government services. Also looking at what is going on over the summer holidays that has not been cut.

Eddie James is in from the Arc bar in Broad Street which is otherwise known as Bristol’s Palestine Embassy and Palestine Museum. He has lost his drinks licence but is still open for other events. Tony Gosling and Eddie discuss the history of Palestine and the British culpability in creating the heresy of Zionism and the present conflict.

Jason comes up with a list of companies which have been caught ‘fixing’ their Wikipedia entry. They include FBI, CIA, Vatican, Unitarian and Anglican churches, Labour, Tories, Republicans, Democrats, Israeli government and news organisations, even Wikipedia itself!

In the news review Jason & Tony look at the killing of a Leeds Teacher, Max Clifford’s conviction for indecent assault, Peter Mercer MP and the low poll ratings for Nick Clegg and the Liberal Democrats. Finally a look at William Cooper’s conclusions of his 1990s radio series on the Mystery Schools and the ancient society of the Rose and Cross – which is rather like the Knights of Malta and the Templars. He believes it is all part of a masonic plan to control as much of society as possible, a kind of New World Order.

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Dialect Radio was Bristol’s first weekly internet radio show which was originally webcast in 2002. It broadcasts a mixture of local human interest stories along with analysis of community issues from right to housing to radical history.

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