Dialect – From Shakespeare to Hitler, Tarpley’s ‘craft’ of warmongering

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Alon Aviram joins us from new venture The Bristol Cable, a media publishing collective set up as a co-operative to challenge the Tory owned press in the city. He explains how it works and how often the print version will be published as well as giving is a sneak preview of some of the investigations they will be conducting. 

In her final Tech Roundup before she goes back to Barcelona Elia Pablo looks at the Facebook Messenger App which can spy on your conversations and interfere with your phone’s operation, even make phone calls. Advice is simply to get rid of it and move to another messaging App such as Telegraph. Also Amazon is in dispute with Hachette over eBook publishing and is trying to squeeze profits of the smaller ePublishers to dominate the market so all eyes are on the Amazon Hachette case.

Jason Yannacopoulos looks at a positive story for disabled people for a change as well as Lord Coe, Portsmouth, Julia Goldsworthy and Arms sales to ISIS and elsewhere including both sides in Ukraine.

Brilliant US historian and author of 9/11 Synthetic Terror, Made in USA, Webster Tarpley takes us from Shakespeare to Hitler in his characteristically wide look at the ‘craft’ of warmongering and how wars start. Something that must be considered when one is wishing to stop them from starting in the first place!

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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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