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February 24th, 2014: - Listen | Download

Canada and 'NGOs' Overthrew Haiti's Government: 10-Year Anniversary. Coup in Ukraine

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler, Rick Rozoff

Outstanding, muckraking journalist Yves Engler marks the 10th anniversary of the coup organized in Canada to overthrow the first democratically-elected President of Haiti, Jean Bertrand Aristide. Engler also discusses the role of "Non-Governmental Organizations" in carrying out the directives of their home governments in Haiti.

Rick Rozoff returns to the program to follow-up on his previous interview about the possibility of a coup in Ukraine. Rozoff's most dire predictions have come to fruition. The events in Ukraine "have been long in the making" and "methodically planned out." The only thing that isn't materializing is EU aid to Ukraine. "If you've pledged yourself unconditionally, why would they buy you?"

Links:
rickrozoff.wordpress.com




December 2nd, 2013: - Listen | Download

Haiti doesn't need any more of our 'help'. Mother Agnes-Mariam on Events in Syria. Libya's Hell, Enabled by Canadian Humanitarians.

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler, Mother Agnes-Mariam, Murray Dobbin

Uruguay just withdrew troops from Haiti. Troops? Now that's a funny word for 'helping' Haiti. Yet the Canadian government says it 'helped' Haiti, while removing its democratically-elected government. From cholera to dictators, it seems as if foreign 'humanitarianism' is the real epidemic in Haiti.

Phil interviewed Mother Agnes-Mariam of Syria about her perspective on what is happening on the ground in that country today.

Western powers invoked the "responsibility to protect"(R2P) to bomb Libya.

The African Union asked NATO not to intervene, but was ignored. Gaddafi was captured and murdered, and today once-prosperous Libya is a political-economic disaster.

Murray Dobbin investigates the context of Gaddafi's existence as head-of-state in Libya, why the U.S. engaged in the pretense of supporting a democratic uprising in order to remove him, and the "humanitarian" echo chamber that substitutes for thinking.

Links:
A Humanitarian Coup by Yves Engler

Syria Solidarity Movement

Libya's Hell, Enabled by Canadian Humanitarians by MURRAY DOBBIN




September 16th, 2013: - Listen | Download

Yves Engler on Canada and Syria. Counter-Questions on Syria from Stephen Gowans

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler, Stephen Gowans

Yves Engler joins the program to explain Canada's "special role" in the world, in this case, the assault on Syria. Once again, our government is a sad appendage of Empire, condemning the official enemies while staying out of major combat operations.

Yves describes the anti-Syria meeting in Jordan our military officers participated in, which they hoped nobody would notice. Meanwhile, our government is funding and co-ordinating illegal insurgent forces. It hides them from the terror list. Why? And why is our intrusive government unable to prevent fundamentalist militants from going into Syria in higher numbers than any other country?

Yves also comments on Canadian use of chemical weapons.


President Obama overstepped, and tried to mislead his audience as to what the rights and duties of a state are. Stephen Gowans explains that the talk about "international norms" is designed to distract us from "international law:" Syria hasn't violated any international law, whereas the proposed attack on Syria is such a violation.

Obama is making up the rules on the spot, and anointing himself as a world emperor. The U.S. even has a 'special status' on chemical weapons. You're supposed to be a good citizen and not ask questions about this.

Putin has presented a problem for editorial writers in the West: By stating that 'exceptionalism' is dangerous, and that all nations are "equal in the eyes of God," how do the presstitutes counter that?



Links:
www.counterpunch.org/2013/09/10/canada-and-syria/
gowans.wordpress.com/2013/09/01/counter-questions-on-syria/




April 1st, 2013: - Listen | Download

Canada's backroom role in Syria, Iraq

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler

Canada is funding the Gulf monarchies who are funnelling militants into Syria, and U.S. intelligence is involved with the rebels. The dominant media in North America neglects an honest discussion of the Western role. Canada's political opposition neglects Security Council agreements that could allow a demilitarized international forum to mediate the conflict.

Engler also discusses opposition to Enbridge pipeline, and its possibility of derailing the Harper government. By taking such a hard stand on environmental issues, and pulling out of Kyoto, Harper is running out of feet to shoot.




September 24th, 2012: - Listen | Download

Greta Berlin: Setting sail to free Gaza. Yves Engler profiles Canada’s ugly foreign policy.

Featured Guest(s):
Greta Berlin, Yves Engler




September 3rd, 2012: - Listen | Download

Yves Engler: Canada is playing a dangerous game in the Persian Gulf. Zafar Bangash: Non-Aligned Movement reawakens in Tehran.

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler, Zafar Bangash




August 13th, 2012: - Listen | Download

Yves Engler comments on the new Canadian militarism. Rick Rozoff on the NATO and the Syrian crisis.

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler, Rick Rozoff




June 18th, 2012: - Listen | Download

Poet Joe Rosenblatt on the important work of Milton Acorn. Celebrated illustrator, Francis Back objects to glorification/distortion of the war of 1812. Yves Engler explains the dynamics of Quebec student movement.

Featured Guest(s):
Joe Rosenblatt, Francis Back, Yves Engler




May 21st, 2012: - Listen | Download

Yves Engler on the demonstrations in Montreal. Stephen Gowans makes the case against NATO.

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler, Stephen Gowans




February 27th, 2012 : mp3 file not currently online

Yves Engler: Why Canada’s leading parties follow Nato’s lead. Interview with Jacob Leibovitch, Executive Director www.itaxiworkers.ca

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler, Jacob Leibovitch




February 6th, 2012: - Listen | Download

Yves Engler: Lester Pearson gave his all to NATO. Stephen Gowans: the U.S. military writes its own ticket.

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler, Stephen Gowans

Links:
gowans.wordpress.com




February 14th, 2011: - Listen | Download

An updated on the Egypt upheaval with Zafar Bangash. Yves Engler explains the U.S. (and Canada) game of blocking popular government in Haiti.

Featured Guest(s):
Zafar Bangash, Yves Engler




October 25th, 2010: - Listen | Download

David Abramowitz of UJPO announces Toronto visit of Robert Meeropol, son of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. Yves Engler, author-activist, on why Canada lost UN vote.

Featured Guest(s):
David Abramowitz, Yves Engler




June 7th, 2010: - Listen | Download

The case of Peter Erlinder - US lawyer imprisoned in Rwanda. Yves Engler on Israel.

Featured Guest(s):
Scott Erlinder, Yves Engler

Phil speaks with Scott Erlinder and Yves Engler. Scott Erlinder is the brother of US lawyer Peter Erlinder who is a prisoner in Rwanda. Yves Engler is the author of Building Apartheid: Canada and Israel.




March 1st, 2010: - Listen | Download

Thomas C. Mountain reports on Eritrea's successful work in combating malaria and AIDS. Yves Engler talks about his timely new book, Canada and Israel: Building Apartheid.

Featured Guest(s):
Thomas Mountain, Yves Engler




December 26th, 2005: - Listen | Download

Featured Guest(s):
Marty Two-Bulls, Yves Engler

Phil speaks with Marty Two-Bulls, a writer/illustrator and Oglalla Dakota, about the Dec. 29 1890 massacre of Chief Big Foot and his followers at Wounded Knee, and the role of the Ghost Dance and its links to Christianity. They also talk about L. Frank Baum, the author of "the Wizard of Oz", who editorialized for the annihilation of native Americans.

We also speak with Yves Engler, a militant opponent of Canada's involvement in the illegal occupation and repression in Haiti.

Links:
Indian Country Today




September 12th, 2005 : mp3 file not currently online

Featured Guest(s):
Dave Zirin, Tiphaine Dickson and Yves Engler

Phil speaks with Dave Zirin about sports and hurricane chaos at the Superdome in New Orleans. Phil also interviews Tiphaine Dickson, a Montreal lawyer defending colleague Guy Bertrand's work in the case of Leon Mugasera, and speaks with Yves Engler regarding the latest outrages committed against the people of Haiti by international "do-gooders".

Links:
EdgeOfSports.com




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