Jennifer Loewenstein, Peter Dale Scott, Dahr Jamail, & Ellen Brown on the Global Research News Hour on RBN

Host; Stephen Lendman, program details May 25-29

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Jennifer Loewenstein, Peter Dale Scott, Dahr Jamail, and Ellen Brown (in a two-part program) are the featured guests on The Global Research News Hour

Host Stephen Lendman

Dates:

Monday, May 25 – Jennifer Loewenstein

Tuesday, May 26 – Peter Dale Scott

Wednesday, May 27 – Dahr Jamail

Thursday, May 28 – Ellen Brown, Part I

Friday, May 8 – Ellen Brown, Part II

Time: 10AM US Central time

Jennifer Loewenstein teaches at the University of Wisconsin and is Associate Director of its Middle East Studies Program. She’s also a board member of the Israeli Coalition against House Demolitions-USA branch, founder of the Madison-Rafah Sister City Project, and a freelance journalist.

Conditions in Occupied Palestine will be discussed, especially in Gaza under siege.

Peter Dale Scott is a poet, author, researcher, and former Canadian diplomat and UC Berkeley English Professor. He’s also an anti-war activist going back to the 1960s.

He coined the phrase “deep politics” by which he means that “in every culture and society there are facts which tend to be suppressed, because of the social and psychological costs of not doing so.” In other words, covert criminal acts – unaccountable, lawless, and self-serving that hide disturbing truths about the Kennedy assassination, 9/11, and possible world central bank conspiracy behind the global economic crisis.

Scott’s latest article is titled Afghanistan: Heroin-ravaged State in which he explains the gap between national security establishment policies and outside expert opinions calling for a post-imperial society in a multipolar world.

Scott’s article will be discussed and his common sense recommendations to Barack Obama.

Dahr Jamail is an activist and independent award-winning journalist who reported “unembedded” from Iraq for eight months from 2003 – 2005. His Dahr Jamail’s MidEast Dispatches are featured on his web site – dahrjamail.com.

He’s also the author of Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq, and his new book now out is titled Military Resisters: Soldiers Who Refuse to Fight in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Early this year, Jamail was in Iraq and continues writing insightful commentaries on what’s ongoing there – currently an escalation of violence in response to an oppressive occupation.

Iraq under occupation will be discussed.

Ellen Brown is a civil litigation attorney, author, and frequent writer on financial issues. Her latest book is titled Web of Debt, a brilliant analysis of the private banking cartel Federal Reserve, how it usurped money creation power, and how we can take it back.

Her book and related topics will be discussed in a two-part program.

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Jack Rasmus, author and professor of political economy, Jamilla El-Shafei, artist and longtime social justice and environmental activist, John Bellamy Foster, Editor of Monthly Review and Professor of Sociology, Diana Johnstone, noted political writer and best selling author, Noam Chomsky, prominent intellectual, author and professor of linguistics, Garda Ghista, Founding Director of the World Prout Assembly (WPA),  Michael Hudson, distinguished economist and author, David Swanson, Co-Founder of AfterDowningStreet.org and Washington Director of Democrats.com., Mickey Z, distinguished author and activist, Naomi Wolf, award winning best-selling author, Howard Zinn, award-winning historian and political scientist, Ilan Pappe, distinguished history professor, author and human rights activist, John Pilger, renowned author and documentary film director, Angara Chaterjii, human rights activist and Associate professor of Social Anthropology, Umberto Pascali, distinguished author and geopolitical analyst, Phillis Bennis, renowned American author and antiwar activist, Hana Al Bayaty, French-Iraqi antiwar activist, author and film director, Max Fuller, distinguished author and analyst of the Iraq war, Jane Mayer, political and investigative journalist for The New Yorker; Danny Schechter, media activist, independent filmmaker & TV producer; Peter Phillips, distingushed author, Sociology Professor and Director of Project Censored, Tom Burghardt, author and renowned analyst of the national security state, Dr. C. Stephen Frost, renowned British physician who investigated the mysterious death of Dr. David Kelly, Daniel Ellsberg, whistleblower who played a central role in the Vietnam peace movement, author of the Pentagon Papers, Michael Ratner, distinguished attorney and civil rights activist, Dahr Jamail, award-winning writer and war correspondent Peter Dale Scott, distinguished poet, English professor and author, Doug Dowd, historian and author, Scott Taylor, renowned Canadian author, publisher and war correspondent, Muriel Mirak-Weissbach, distinguished author and specialist of the Middle East, Andrew Marshall, author and researcher at the Centre for Research on Globalization, David Ray Griffin, distinguished professor of theology, best-selling author and analyst of 9/11, Stephen Downs and Kathy Manly, New York-based defense attorneys of political prisoner Yassin Aref, Greg Elich, author and analyst of North Korea, Michael Parenti, scholar, peace activist and best-selling author, Ellen Brown, litigation attorney, best-selling author and analyst of the US monetary system, Briton Amos, author and human rights activist, Jerome Corsi, best-selling author, Richard C. 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