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March 9th, 2015 : mp3 file not currently online

The Great Thaw: Cuba-American Relations. Commentary on Venezuela, Zahaf-Bibeau video, Canada's special-ops in Iraq.

Featured Guest(s):
Keith Bolender

Keith Bolender, author and journalist, recently returned from Cuba and says there are many hurdles yet before "normalization", and Cuba will likely develop a new socialism for the 21st Century.

Phil Taylor Commentary: South American countries oppose US attempts to undermine Venezuela; there should be a demand for the full video of Zahaf-Bibeau; what is the real mission of Canada’s special-ops team?

June 9th, 2014 : mp3 file not currently online

The Strange Case of a Rwanda Refugee Applicant. Rwanda and the role of alternative media. Double Standard on Terrorism.

Featured Guest(s):
Lisa Winter-Card, Ann Garrison, Keith Bolender

Immigration lawyer Lisa Winter-Card discusses the strange case of Rwandan refugee applicant, Jean Berchment Habinshuti, who faces deportation
from Canada.

The case is strange because Habinshuti served as secretary to Prime Minister Agathe Uwilingiyimana, who was assassinated in 1994, and was widely perceived as a moderate. The present Rwandan government has a well-earned reputation for persecution of dissent. As Ms Lisa Winter-Card makes clear, Mr. Habinshuti is at risk.

In an unusual turn of events, KPFA host and journalist Ann Garrison interviews our host, Phil Taylor.

Edward S. Herman identified Western reporting on Rwanda as the greatest victory of the propaganda system in recent decades. In the context of trials over Rwanda, Phil and Ann explore the challenges faced by alternative radio programmers in countering the corporate media consensus.

Phil interviews Keith Bolender, author of "Voices from the other side," an oral history of terrorism against Cuba, and "Cuba Under Siege."

Keith talks about the arrest in Cuba of four terrorists based in Miami, Florida, who were planning to attack a Cuban military base in April 2014.

He also discusses the U.S. double standard on terrorism with regard to the "Cuban Five."


November 11th, 2013 : mp3 file not currently online

Cuba embargo blocks medicine: The purpose of a siege is to hurt people. Phil Taylor Commentary: Honour veterans by preventing war.

Featured Guest(s):
Keith Bolender

Medicine - contemporary medicine that can save lives - is not getting to Cuba. Keith Bolender, author of "Cuba under Siege" explains. Cuba is now closer to Latin America than it has ever been, despite continual U.S. attempts at isolation.

Phil and Keith also discuss other topics, such as Puerto Rican nationalism, and the parallels between Cuba and Ireland.

After lamenting the unfortunate dominance of Rob Ford scandals in the media on this important day, Phil asks "How do we remember veterans?"

Phil remembers an old Toronto Star article by an up-and-coming journalist about veterans trying to pawn their medals. The truth is that we pat soldiers on the back, and then forget about them.

We can glorify war, or we can try to prevent it. Only by preventing it can we honour the victims of war.

This is not an argument between pacifism and violence. It's an argument to obey international law.

Cuba Under Siege: American Policy, the Revolution and Its People by Keith Bolender

June 10th, 2013 : mp3 file not currently online

Gaza's Ark has been purchased. Cuba Under Siege

Featured Guest(s):
Ehab Lotayef, Keith Bolender

We learn that Gaza's Ark has been purchased: an international effort to move goods out of Palestine via boat. Ehab Lotayef reports.

Keith Bolender, the author of "Cuba Under Siege," discusses the trial of the Cuban Five. The U.S. government paid Miami-based journalists to write demeaning and degrading information about Cuba. These stories were planted before the trial of the Cuban Five.

Bolender's book "Cuba Under Siege: American Policy, the Revolution and Its People," investigates the effects of the decades-long blockade and war of propaganda against Cuba. How does a revolutionary state protect itself and its citizens under this unrelenting hostility?

August 20th, 2012 : mp3 file not currently online

Robin Philpot on Student strikers and the Quebec election. Author Keith Bolender on the Toronto conference in support of the Cuban Five.

Featured Guest(s):
Robin Philpot, Keith Bolender

September 26th, 2011 : mp3 file not currently online

Dr. Theogene Rudasingwa, former Rwandan Ambassador to the U.S. makes the case that Paul Kagame has to go. Author Keith Bolender says U.S. has demonized Cuba.

Featured Guest(s):
Dr. Theogene Rudasingwa, Keith Bolender

March 7th, 2011 : mp3 file not currently online

Stephen Gowans on NATOs Libya caper. Keith Bolender on the Carriles trial in El Paso.

Featured Guest(s):
Stephen Gowans, Keith Bolender

January 3rd, 2011 : mp3 file not currently online

David Hoile on the South Sudan referendum. Keith Bolender, Protesting U.S. harboring terrorist Posada.

Featured Guest(s):
David Hoile, Keith Bolender

October 5th, 2009 : mp3 file not currently online

Keith Bolender discusses the impact on Cubans of terrorist attacks

Featured Guest(s):
Keith Bolender

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