Project Censored

Project Censored – September 11, 2015

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9/11 and the Rise of Neoconservative Foreign Policy. For this 14th anniversary 9/11 special program, co-hosts Mickey Huff and Peter Phillips speak with Media Roots journalist and filmmaker Robbie Martin about his new film “A Very Heavy Agenda.” The film looks in depth at the Kagan family and the rise of neoconservative foreign policy prior to and since the events of 9/11. Tune in for a detailed discussion about the development of the US policy driving American Empire.

Playlist

ArtistSongAlbumLabel
Two CellosSmooth CriminalTwo CellosSony Masterworks
Emerson, Lake & PalmerThe BarbarianEmerson, Lake & PalmerIsland Records
Preston ReedBlasting CapMetalDusty Closet Records
  • mooco219

    No mention of the organizational system that was/is responsible for 9/11 and all that came after it.

    You came close – but no cigar!

    SAY IT! Or it is just more of the CTer hogwash of questionable details.

    If you believe in capitalism, you deserved 9/11, what came afterwards and what is coming next. And, you are part of the problem not the solution.

    A creepy CTer reactionary element is taking hold at KPFA. I would hope “Project Censored” distances themselves from it. “Guns and Butter’ is wholly taken over by them now and now it seems “Terra Verde” are infected by these reactionaries too.

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