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Audio Archive:June 13th, 2011: - Listen | Download
Cynthia McKinney reports on her fact-finding trip to Libya. Ted Schmidt, peace activist and editor of newcatholictimes.org, in support of the Canada Boat to Gaza. Norman Otis Richmond remembers the great Gil Scott Heron.
Cynthia McKinney, Ted Schmidt, Norman Otis Richmond
February 11th, 2008: - Listen | Download
Cynthia McKinney, Paul Rusesabagina
Former Congresswoman and Presidential candidate Cynthia McKinney praised the Spanish Court that is charging 40 RPF leaders of the Rwandan government and Paul Rusesabagina, hero of the Hotel Rwanda story also commented positively on the Spanish Court
May 28th, 2007: - Listen | Download
Cynthia McKinney, Stephen Gowans, Caldwell Taylor
Cynthia McKinney, former U.S. Congresswoman from Georgia, talks about the economic and political interests of the U.S. that engineered the catastrophy in Rwanda. We also speak with Stephen Gowans about how pro-democracy NGOs are often instruments of U.S. policies. Caldwell Taylor announced the conference on Caribbean literature.
Article Archive:NATO: A Feast of Blood
While serving on the House International Relations Committee from 1993 to 2003, it became clear to me that the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was an anachronism. Founded in 1945 at the end of World War II, NATO was founded by the United States in response to the Soviet Union's survival as a Communist state. NATO was the U.S. insurance policy that capitalist ownership and domination of European, Asian, and African economies would continue. This also would ensure the survival of the then-extant global apartheid.
NATO is a collective security pact wherein member states pledge that an attack upon one is an attack against all. Therefore, should the Soviet Union have attacked any European Member State, the United States military shield would be activated. The Sovie...
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Cynthia McKinney Celebrates: Kagame charged in Spain
On Monday night, I spoke at the State University of New York at New Paltz on the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In that speech I warned the students and members of the community present that everything our young children are taught today about the murder of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is a lie. And that it is a lie, purposefully told, to hide from view and justice, the real culprits. I went back to the December 1999 trial testimony of Bill Schapp who testified about the lies willingly printed by the most prestigious news houses of the day, including the New York Times, to destroy the reputation and effectiveness of Dr. King. I told the audience that for five long years, Dr. King endured the most treacherous treatment at the hands of the cor...
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