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 State Of The City reports 
 BBC Hard Talk – interview with Iran Foreign Minister, Javid Zarif
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
 Attribution No Derivatives (by-nd) 
 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
Second hour Investigative reports: Talk of war with the Middle East for a long time: The Old Men at the Zoo, book by Angus Wilson, and updated TV screenplay of 1983 by Troy Kennedy Martin - about the fascist takeover of Britain at a time of nuclear war breaking out with the Middle East – an excerpt from the BBC 1983 TV drama serial; Coup attempt against Wilson in Britain in 1975 - ‘The Pencourt File’ book;

Israel’s 200 nuclear weapons. Iran’s drone shot down by US – Iran say it wasn’t - Frank Gardner, BBC, on Iran tensions; why does US want a war with Iran?;  BBC Hard Talk – interview with Iran Foreign Minister, Javid Zarif – he discusses Iranian nuclear deal, Israel’s nuclear weapons, and economic warfare.

US pulling out of Intermediate Nuclear Forces (INF) treaty: BBC's Jonathan Marcus – is the treaty dead? What will NATO do in response? CULPRIT? The Russian 9M729 missile: The U.S. government says the new Russian missile violates provisions of the pact that ban production, testing and deployment of land-based cruise and ballistic missiles with a range of 310 to 3,400 miles.  Russian Lt. Gen. Mikhail Matveevsky, the chief of the military's missile and artillery forces, said at a meeting with foreign military attaches that the new missile has a maximum range of 298 miles. Jens Stoltenberg, Secretary General of NATO, on the treaties, Russia’s non-compliance, and NATOs response to this;  NATO has short range missiles aimed at Moscow;  NATO considering European missile upgrade: NATO military officials are exploring whether to upgrade their defenses to make them capable of shooting down newly deployed Russian intermediate-range nuclear missiles after a landmark arms treaty dissolves next month, according to three European officials. Any change to the stated mission of NATO’s current missile defense system — aimed at threats from outside the region, like Iran — would probably divide the alliance’s member countries and enrage Russia, which has long said it views NATO’s missile defense site in Romania and one under construction in Poland as a threat to its nuclear arsenal and a source of instability in Europe.

Labour anti Semitism row goes on:  process of looking at it outsourced: Labour antisemitism: New emails show Corbyn aide's plan to influence party's panel, Emails obtained by Sky News relate to a discussion about the make-up of a panel due to hear cases related to antisemitism. Orchestrated campaign against Corbyn;  27th July  Palestinian talks at 2pm at St Mary on the Quay, and 7pm at the Palestine Museum and Cultural Centre -

EXCLUSIVE: Anton Chaitkin, who’s father was a leader of the American Jewish Boycott of Nazi Germany in 1930s, discusses the history of the time:  what he thinks about anti Semitism slurs against Corbyn; WW2 continuing after it finished; American Federation of Labour vs. Jewish bank Kuhn Loeb and American Jewish Committee who were supporting Hitler and Mussolini.

Catherine Austin Fitts on microchipping humans - African and modern slavery.

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