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! LA RAGE DU PEUPLE ! 12 hours of Special New Year’s Day Programming on CKUT 90.3FM MONTREAL (updated info)

! LA RAGE DU PEUPLE !
NEW YEAR’S DAY ON CKUT 90.3FM
12 hours of Special Programming
MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2007, 8am-8pm (E.s.t )

–> Listen in MONTREAL at 90.3FM
–> Listen EVERYWHERE online at www.ckut.ca

LA RAGE DU PEUPLE is a look back at the resistance of local and global social justice movements … and a look ahead to the struggles to come in 2007.

–> Includes a special 2-hour edition of RADIO SANCTUARY (6-8pm), with Kader Belaouni, live from the St-Gabriel’s Church in Point St-Charles where Kader has been in sanctuary, defying a deportation order, since January 2006.

–> A live in-studio perfomance by Iqi Balam of LA BANDA DE GAZA (at 2pm).

The LA RAGE DU PEUPLE New Year’s Day Special will include interviews, reports and reflections from organizers involved in social justice struggles in Montreal and around the world. We will hear voices from the frontlines. We will reflect on current movements against war and for migrant justice, as well as ongoing popular rebellions and grassroots resistance movements. From Montreal, we will also speak with local organizers and activists as they reflect on the past year, and look ahead to 2007.

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Some of the scheduled programming on LA RAGE DU PEUPLE, in English and French, includes:

–> Interviews from around the planet including:
Hazel Hill from Six Nations, Turtle Island;
Jamal Jumaa from Occupied Palestine;
Patrick Elie from Port-au-Prince,Haiti;
Biplab Halim from Kolkata, India;
Racha Moumneh from Beirut, Lebanon;
Andres Garcia & Barucha Calamity Peller from Mexico.

–> More interviews and audio with:
Arnoldo Garcia, National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (Oakland);
Sonali Kolhatkar, on Canada’s role in Afghanistan;
Aarti Shahani of Families for Freedom (New York City);
Jean St-Vil of the Canada Haiti Action Network (Ottawa);
Rafeef Ziadah, from the Boycotting Israeli Apartheid Conference (Toronto);

–> In-studio conversations and discussions with Montreal-based organizers and activists:
Andrea Gozales, La Otra Campana;
Anita Schoepp, Head & Hands;
Hadi Qaderi, L’Observatoire de l’Asie Centrale et du Moyen-Orient;
Jose Rodriguez, Radio Sabotaje (Mexico City) & La Otra Campana;
Leila Ali, Tadamon! Montreal;
Sarita Ahooja, Migrant Workers Support Center & No One Is Illegal;
Tatiana Gomez, Solidarity Across Borders & the People’s Commission into Immigration Security Measures;
Tess Tesalona, Center for Philippine Concerns.

–> From Amandla!:
the Justice for Sankara campaign;
the victory of the San people of Botswana;
and more.

–> From Prison Radio:
an interview with Peter Collins, a life-term prisoner at the Bath Penitentiary (Ontario).

–> From En Profondeur:
l’affaire Mohamed Anas Bennis;
le casino à Pointe-St-Charles et sa mort;
le dernier baillon éhonté de Jean Charest;
tout sur le transport en commun;
et plus.

–> AND, as much music from the Block the Empire anti-imperialist bloc benefit CD that we can fit in, including: Keny Arkana, Asian Dub Foundation, Bérurier Noir, Blackstar, Cavaliers Noir, Damien Saez, D’bi Young, Muzion, Nina Simone, Propagandhi, Rhythm Activism, Sniper, Submission Hold …

[[[ The promo ad for our New Year’s Day special, with Keny Arkana’s “La rage du peuple”, is available to listen at: http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=20956 ; check out her video here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=92o_Bn4Uw-w ]]]
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Tune-in to LA RAGE DU PEUPLE between 8am-8pm (E.s.t.) on JANUARY 1, 2007.

–> Listen in MONTREAL at 90.3FM
–> Listen EVERYWHERE online at www.ckut.ca

Hosted and produced by members of the CKUT Community News Collective.

INFO: news@ckut.ca / 514-448-4041 x6788
https://ckutnews.wordpress.com

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Living in Moscow

Russia has been in the news quite a bit lately. A common trend is to draw the parallel between Russia of today and the Soviet Union.

On today’s Off the hour Dmitri Marine spoke with Alexander Popov, a producer working in Moscow about his experience of politics while living in Russia’s capital and what he thinks of the parallel. Listen below:

[odeo=http://odeo.com/audio/4629683/view]

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A look at the rebuilding process of the Afghani justice system

Listen to parts of a presentation done by Benoit Turcotte along with analysis from the Legal Ease legal team out of the McGill faculty of Law. Show aired Friday 23/12.

Copy this link in winamp:

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Group launches boycott of Indigo – Chapters

Friday’s Off the Hour presented this interview listen

or copy this link to your winamp:

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Montrealers Denounce Israeli Apartheid

On Saturday, December 16th, 2006 Palestinian solidarity activists gathered on St. Catherine street in downtown Montreal to draw attention to a 2005 appeal from over 170 Palestinian civil-society organizations to, “Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions against Israel Until it Complies with International Law and Universal Principles of Human Rights.”

Distributing information to curious Montrealers strolling downtown Montreal, members of the International Solidarity Movement [ISM] and Tadamon! appealed to curious onlookers to support the Palestinian call to boycott Israel.

Go to Audio Report

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Layers of discrimination

The second part of a full hour report on Women wearing the hijab. Presented by Amalia Masri.

(this aired on November 20th on Off The Hour)

To listen copy and paste this link into winamp :

You can also go to ckut.ca link to programming schedule and follow links to Off The Hour or clic here

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Poursuite contre Barbara Legault et la revue À Bâbord pour un article sur les «masculinistes»

L’émission du mercredi matin s’est penchée sur la poursuite d’un membre de Fathers-4-Justice contre la revue À Bâbord.

Écouter les entrevues avec Barbara Legault et un membre de Fathers-4-justice. durée 18:18; .mp3

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South Asian Community News #007: Pakistani Fisherfolk Movement and South Asian Songs of Resistance

Listen to South Asian Community News on CKUT 90.3FM #007: December 18th, 2006
Pakistani Fisherfolk and South Asian Songs of Resistance

---> to listen or download this episode, visit:
[http://www.archive.org/details/SouthAsianCommunityNews_CKUT_181206]

In Part I of today's program, an interview with Mohammad Ali Shah about a
pakistani fisherfolk movement. And in Part II, we play a number of south
asian songs of resistance, ranging from songs from the women's movement
and songs from the 1970s demanding the release of political prisoners.

MOHAMMAD ALI SHAH is a former fishermen and is currently the chairperson
of the Pakistani Fisherfolk Forum, a grassroots movement of fisherfolk
communities.  In this interview, Mohammad Ali Shah speaks about the
threats to the livelihood of fishermen of Pakistan and the organizing work
that the Pakistani Fisherfolk Forum does in communities.

SOUTH ASIAN COMMUNITY NEWS is a bi-monthly 1 hour radio program produced
by members of the south asian community in Montreal, Canada, for community
radio CKUT 90.3FM. It is a forum about local and global issues affecting
south asians. We are supporters of social justice and will strive to bring
you voices from the community.

To send your comments, get involved, or get in touch with the south asian
community news collective, email: southasia @ ckut . ca

Please feel free to re-broadcast this program on your Community Radio
Station.

Archives:
#001: Conflict in Sri Lanka - Part I
[http://www.archive.org/details/SouthAsianCommunityNews_CKUT_180906]

#002: Conflict in Sri Lanka - Part II
[http://www.archive.org/details/SouthAsianCommunityNews_CKUT_021006]

#003: Gujarat Genocide: 4 years later
[http://www.archive.org/details/SouthAsianCommunityNews_CKUT_161006]

#004: Discussion with members of No One Is Illegal-Vancouver
http://radio.indymedia.org/news/2006/11/15755.php

#005: Interviews with Amita Handa (author of 'Of Silk Saris and Mini
Skirts') and Biju Mathew (organizer with the Campaign to Stop Funding
Hate)
[http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=20593]

#006: India's Caste System and Reflecting on Violence with Playback Theatre
[http://www.archive.org/details/SouthAsianCommunityNews_CKUT_041206]

#007: Pakistani Fisherfolk and South Asian Songs of Resistance
[http://www.archive.org/details/SouthAsianCommunityNews_CKUT_181206]
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Montreal groups on Lebanon

A press conference on Lebanon’s political crisis was held last Wednesday by three Montreal groups.

To listen to what they had to say, press play below:

[odeo=http://odeo.com/audio/3998813/view]

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! LA RAGE DU PEUPLE ! New Year’s Day Special Programming (9am-8pm)

! LA RAGE DU PEUPLE !
NEW YEAR’S DAY ON CKUT 90.3FM
11 hours of Special Programming
MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 2007, 9am-8pm (E.s.t)

–> Listen in MONTREAL at 90.3FM
–> Listen EVERYWHERE online at www.ckut.ca

[[[ The promo ad for our New Year’s Day special, with Keny Arkana’s “La rage du peuple”, is available to listen at: http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=20956 ]]]

LA RAGE DU PEUPLE is look back at the resistance of local and global social justice movements … and a look ahead to the struggles to come in 2007.

Includes a special 2-hour edition of RADIO SANCTUARY (6-8pm), with Kader Belaouni, live from the St-Gabriel’s Church in Point St-Charles where Kader has been in sanctuary, defying a deportation order, since January 2006.

And live in-studio perfomances by Iqi Balam of LA BANDA DE GAZA (at 2pm) and other local musicians.

The LA RAGE DU PEUPLE New Year’s Day Special will include interviews, reports and reflections from organizers involved in social justice struggles in Montreal and around the world. We will hear voices from the frontlines. We will reflect on current movements against war and for migrant justice, as well as ongoing popular rebellions and grassroots resistance movements. From Montreal, we will also speak with local organizers and activists as they reflect on the past year, and look ahead to 2007.

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Some of the scheduled programming on LA RAGE DU PEUPLE, in English and French, includes:

– Interviews from Port-au Prince, Haiti; Oaxaca, Mexico; Six Nations, Turtle Island; Beirut, Lebanon; the Gaza Strip, occupied Palestine; Kahnawake, Turtle Island and elsewhere ….

– In-studio interviews with local organizers and activists on topics ranging from international solidarity, racial profiling, immigrant justice, Canada in Afghanistan, police brutality, poverty, prisons, and more …

– The New Year’s Day special will include a selection of CKUT Community News programming from 2006, including audio from the People’s Commission into Immigration “Security” Measures (Montreal), the Boycotting Israeli Apartheid Conference (Toronto), Prisoner Justice Day programming, the best of En Profondeur, as well as other events, conferences and protests covered by the CKUT news crew.

[A updated schedule of New Year’s Day programming will be posted shortly, and updated on the CKUT News Collective website: https://ckutnews.wordpress.com]
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Tune-in to LA RAGE DU PEUPLE between 9am-8pm (E.s.t.) on JANUARY 1, 2007.

–> Listen in MONTREAL at 90.3FM
–> Listen EVERYWHERE online at www.ckut.ca

Hosted and produced by members of the CKUT Community News Collective.

INFO: news@ckut.ca / 514-448-4041 x6788
https://ckutnews.wordpress.com

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Regard sur les «gauches» de l’Amérique latine

Extrait du Lendemain de la veille avec Violaine Bonnassies. durée 15:18. télécharger .mp3

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CKUT Radio’s “Off the Hour” presents:: Radio Sanctuary 4 :: The Hour of Power ::

Tune In to the next Radio Sanctuary December 15th 5-6pm E.S.T
An hour of power with Kader live from the St-Gabriel’s Church,
Point-St-Charles (MONTREAL)
90,3 FM in Montreal — www.ckut.ca

On Friday November17th from 5-6pm CKUT and Kader broadcasted the third installment of RADIO SANCTUARY, a live hour-long remote broadcast hosted by Abdelkader Belaouni.

Abdelkader Belaouni (“Kader” to his friends) is a refugee from Algeria who
came to Montreal via the USA. Kader is in sanctuary inside the
St-Gabriel’s Catholic Church in his community of Point St-Charles — a
mixed French-English poor working class neighborhood of Montreal, with a
long history of community mobilization.

Kader defied an order to be deported on January 5, 2006, and has remained
in sanctuary ever since.

CKUT is a community radio station proudly embedded in movements for social
justice, particularly those of migrants in Montreal. Since Kader cannot
leave the church, CKUT radio will join him inside the sanctuary of
St-Gabriel’s Church, in the heart of Point St-Charles.

Join us for this bilingual (English and French) program with perspectives
on poverty, migration in the neighborhood of Point St. Charles and
throughout Montreal.

–>To download the third edition of Radio Sanctuary from November 17th, 2006
visit: http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=20727

–>To download the second edition of Radio Sanctuary from October 13th, 2006
visit: http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=20201

–>To download the first edition of Radio Sanctuary from September 15,
2006, visit: http://radio.indymedia.org/news/2006/09/13742.php

–>To view PHOTOS from the broadcast of Radio Sanctuary, visit:
http://gallery.cmaq.net/radio-sanctuaire

–> A recorded message by Kader (in French) which was played at the May
27, 2006 “Status for All!” March in Montreal organized by Solidarity
Across Borders is linked at:
http://radio.indymedia.org/news/2006/05/9985.php

For more information, contact news at ckut.ca, call 514-398-6788, or visit
www.soutienpourkader.net

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CKUT and Head & Hands :: 2 hour broadcast on racial profiling

mp3 file Audio Link

On Friday December 8th, CKUT and Head and Hands broadcasted a live 2 hour special on racial profiling from their Youth drop in NDG. This was a follow up braodcast on issues of racial profiling, police brutality, and new city related attempts to further criminalize, and marginalize youth of colour in Montreal.

Last June CKUT and Head and Hands had did a special on racial profiling, the effects on different communities,
and youth who face police harrasement in Metro Vandome. The follow up was a segmant called “Break Down” in August which aired interviews from youth who face that daily police harassment and who fight back against that harassment and criminalization and poverty. On this broadcast we wish to continue on these discussions as they are not reflected in the media, so join us to break down the silence on racial profiling and police brutality.

==> Previous Broadcast on Racial Profiling

CKUT:: Off The Hour :: Breakdown :: Show on Racial Profiling

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Le «Journal de l’Iraq», entrevue avec Marc Lemaire

«L’information est une arme au service de la paix. Sa diffusion est un acte de résistance… Dénoncer ne suffit plus, il faut expliquer, informer, transmettre… Les médias occidentaux dans leurs larges majorité ont de tout temps accepté les versions de l’armée israélienne et fermant les oreilles aux autres sources. Les informations contenues dans ce journal sont obtenues par la lecture journalière des journaux en ligne ainsi que les sources d’informations de la résistance…»

Écouter une entrevue avec Marc Lemaire qui suit, compile et diffuse le Journal de l’Iraq et de l’Afghanistan. Les informations les plus détaillées disponibles en français sur les guerres impériales et les organisations qui y résistent… Écouter! durée 30 min.; .mp3

 

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The Story of an escort

Wednesday Morning After (on CKUT from 7 to 9am) played this amazing half-hour testimony of an escort.

Listen to .mp3 file; 30:54 min.

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No One Is Illegal Radio (December 2006) :: Free Trevor Miller! Justice for Mohamed Anas Bennis!

No One Is Illegal-Montreal Radio
part of CKUT’s Open Conspiracy for Social Change

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Free Trevor Miller! ::: political prisoner from Six Nations
Justice for Mohamed Anas Bennis! ::: Killed by the Montreal police
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Listen to our December 2006 show online at:
–> http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=20889

MONTREAL, December 12, 2006 — Yesterday, TREVOR MILLER, 31, of Six Nations was again denied release at a bail review hearing. He has been in custody since August, for his participation in the Land Reclamation on the Grand River Territory in Ontario. Trevor Miller is an indigenous political prisoner who remains steadfast in his refusal to accept the authority of colonial Canadian courts, and demands to be released to his own people.

Meanwhile, December 1, 2006 marked the first anniversary of the police killing of MOHAMED ANAS BENNIS, 25, at the corner of Cote-des-Neiges and Kent in Montreal. Despite strong community mobilization, the Bennis family has not been provided any information about why Mohamed Anas was shot and killed outside a mosque, and many in the community speculate about a racially motivated police killing that is being covered-up.

On this month’s edition of No One Is Illegal Radio, we hear directly from the voices of supporters fighting against injustice on behalf of their family members.

–> We speak with both TRUDY MILLER and ANGEL SMITH, mother and cousin of indigenous political prisoner Trevor Miller.

Trevor has been in preventive custody for more than four months, since August when he was arrested at a blockade at Grassy Narrows. Trevor is being charged in relation to incidents at the Six Nation Land Reclamation, when he along with others defended the site against a US border patrol/ATF vehicle that appeared on the site.

Trevor has been referred to as the “Forgotten Warrior” because his situation was not publicly known for several months, until a letter he wrote his mother was published in a local Six Nations newspaper.

In these interviews, Trudy and Angel speak about Trevor’s situation, as well as providing an analysis of the broader issues concerning indigenous sovereignty, the Great Law and the two-row wampum, the Haldimand Tract treaty, as well as the continued resistance of the women and men of Six Nations.

–> We also speak with KHADIJA BENNIS, the twin sister of Mohamed Anas Bennis who was killed by Montreal police last December 2005.

Mohamed Anas Bennis left a neighbourhood mosque, just minutes from his home, after early morning prayers on December 1, 2005. He was shot by Montreal police who were assisting Surete du Quebec investigators carrying out a search warrant in a fraud case nearby, totally unrelated to Bennis. Still, inexplicably, Bennis is alleged to have tried to stab a cop and was shot twice and killed. Bennis’ family is adamant that the allegations against Mohamed are ludicrous. In the words of one sister: “The idea of Mohamed Anas walking around with a kitchen knife as he left mosque on the morning on December 1, there is no way we’re going to swallow a story like that. We’d do better to believe in Santa Claus!”

Now more than one-year after the killing, the death of Mohamed Anas Bennis remains shrouded in mystery. The police and outside prosecutor have provided no written report to corroborate any of the claims the police have made. The special prosecutor has absolved the police of any responsibility for the killing, saying they acted in self-defense. There is still no independent proof that the police version of events is true. Even video footage from a nearby building has not been handed over, and might have even been destroyed. The circumstances surrounding the killing of Mohamed Anas Bennis have been buried, and the family treated with arrogance and disrespect.

The mystery and secrecy surrounding this case reinforces the belief by many in the Montreal community that Mohamed Anas Bennis was killed by police in a case of racial profiling.

Listen to our December 2006 show online at:
–> http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=20889

::: No One Is Illegal Radio December 2006 Interview Excerpts :::

“They’re making an example out of [Trevor]. They’re doing him an injustice. … I want it out there: I’m very proud of my son.” — Trudy Miller (mother of Trevor Miller, indigenous political prisoner).

“[O]ur people in this day and age are more educated, we understand your system that much more. We’re still being who we are as Onkwehonweh people. And this time around that education is going to help enforce our sovereignty. And ya, they have our young warrior, but [he’s] what you would call a political prisoner.” — Angel Smith (Mohawk activist and cousin of Trevor Miller).

“We have the feeling that we’re being lied to and something is being hidden from us … It’s hard to believe that willingly the system will give us the truth. We’re being insulted and our intelligence is being insulted. There was an injustice and we’re looking for justice.” — Khadija Bennis (twin sister of Mohamed Anas Bennis who was killed by Montreal police).

–> For more information about SIX NATIONS, please consult the resource site by Autonomy and Solidarity for background and more links: http://auto_sol.tao.ca/node/view/2012

–> For information about the MOHAMED ANAS BENNIS case, please refer to this backgrounder by the Collective Opposed to Police Brutality in Montreal:
http://www.cmaq.net/en/node/26143?PHPSESSID=8fac57736293fa2aae7d39b4d135ed95

–> PHOTOS from the recent vigils for Mohamed Anas Bennis (December 1, 2006) are available at: http://gallery.cmaq.net/bennisvigils

–> LISTEN to our December 2006 show online at: http://www.radio4all.net/proginfo.php?id=20889

–> To GET INVOLVED with Six Nations political prisoner support work, or in support of justice for the Bennis family in the Montreal-area, please contact No One Is Illegal-Montreal at 514-848-7583 or noii-montreal@resist.ca

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No One Is Illegal Radio is a monthly news and current affairs show on CKUT community radio in Montreal, produced and hosted by members of the No One Is Illegal collective.

No One Is Illegal-Montreal is part of a worldwide movement of resistance, fighting for justice and dignity, and the right to self-determination for migrants, refugees and indigenous people. Our campaign is in public confrontation with the Canadian state, denouncing and taking action to combat racial profiling, police brutality, detentions and deportations, exploitation and wage-slave conditions, as well as opposing the displacement and genocide of indigenous peoples on Turtle Island.

514-848-7583 — noii-montreal@resist.cawww.ckut.ca
[No One Is Illegal-Montreal website will be on the net soon!]

–> The next No One Is Illegal-Montreal Radio show will be on the air live on Tuesday, January 9, 2007 from 5-6pm. Listen online at www.ckut.ca, or in Montreal tune-in at 90.3fm. Contact us for links to our previous shows!

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Réactions suite à la mort d’Augusto Pinochet

Marcelo Solervicens membre de l’équipe hispanophone de Radio Centre-Ville donne ses impressions suite à la mort du dictateur chilien Augusto Pinochet. Réalisé par Christian Labrecque et Pascal Bergeron de l’émission en Profondeur, les lundi de 17:00 à 18h00. Durée : 10 :04, Format : MP3, Langue : Français.

Écoutez l’entrevue avec Marcelo Solervicens

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Israel not ruling out military force against Iran

While Europe (in consultation with US) is looking to soften the proposed UN resolution on Iran, to accommodate opposition from Russia and China, Israeli PM Ehud Olmert called for dramatic steps to be taken against Iran. Understandably, the Israeli leader’s remarks come in light of repeated anti-Israeli statements by Iranian President Ahmadinejad. The Israeli PM said that inl light of Ahmadinejad’s statements, he is not even ruling out a military strike against Iran.

“I expect significantly more dramatic steps to be taken. Here is a leader who says openly that it is his aim to wipe Israel off the map. Israel is a member of the United Nations,” said Olmert. (read more)

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McGill University & the History of Torture by the US

With funding from Canada’s Defense Research Board, famed Canadian psychologist Dr. Donald O. Hebb found that he could induce a state akin to psychosis in just 48 hours. What had the doctor done—drugs, hypnosis, electroshock? No, none of the above. For two days, student volunteers at McGill University, where Dr. Hebb was chair of Psychology, simply sat in comfortable cubicles deprived of sensory stimulation by goggles, gloves, and ear muffs.

Dr. Hebb himself reported that after just two to three days of such isolation “the subject’s very identity had begun to disintegrate.” If you compare a drawing of Dr. Hebb’s student volunteers published in “Scientific American” with later photos of Guantanamo detainees, the similarity is, for good reason, striking. (read more)

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Stephen Grey’s “Ghost Plane”: The Truth Behind CIA Torture

Interviewing sources from the most senior levels of the current and former US administration, from the CIA’s department of operations, Grey reveals how the agency’s program, known by the euphemism ‘extraordinary rendition’, has transported hundreds of prisoners to foreign jails and its own secret facilities in the full knowledge they will face harsh torture. ‘Of course we do torture’, one former senior CIA operative told Grey.

Stephen Grey joins CKUT’s Joe Broadhurst to discuss his new book, “Ghost Plane”. (22:30) (mp3 IS HERE)