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 State Of The City reports 
 frommed Iranian Channel Press TV which is banned here in Britain
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 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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http://bcfm.org.uk/2012/12/07/17/friday-drivetime-100/25048
Alan Goddard from the Wild Goose Cafe on Stapleton Road near Easton Swimming Pool & Leisure Centre where they now feed 500 people a day. More and more people are in need of their free food and Alan issues a stark warning that there is a drug epedemic working its way through society from dinsenchanted young addicts. Open from 10am-3pm for breakfast & lunch and 8-10pm for supper and they offer advice on careers, health and they help people with addiction problems. They also run a free 'Food Bank' at St Mark's church in Easton. Growing problems in Bristol with drug abuse particularly vulnerable young people taking drugs because of peer pressure & apathy & this is storing up big problems for the future so Alan does a lot of work in schools around the city. The Wild Goose gets no funding from Bristol City Council because of all the strings attached so the centre is funded entirely by voluntary donations. Pros and cons of legalising drugs: alchohol and tobacco are both dangerous drugs but they are legal, some other drugs are legal. Ordinary cannabis has been replaced by super-strength 'Skunk' which can virtually knock people out. New Bank of England governor, Mark Carney, is from the same company, Goldman Sachs, that caused the financial crisis in 2008! He is also part of a secret elite club called the Bilderberg Group which was founded in the 1950s by SS officer and Nazi party member Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands who was forced to resign as Bilderberg chairman in 1975 as part of the 'Lockheed corruption scandal'. President Morsi in Egypt decides he wants to be immune from the Egyptian courts and so sparks further rioting as the people don't want him to be 'king'. Morsi's opponents have had enough of the Muslim Brotherhood, burning down their headquarters. English language Iranian Channel Press TV is banned in the UK by Ofcom, this week Gordon Duff looks ahead to Imran Kahn's possible victory next year in Pakistan wondering if he can stop the constant US drone killings by the US. In Afghanstan the US, with the aid of Britain and NATO have contructed a $80 billion drug empire, every boy over 12 has a gun so every boy is a 'militant' and the US/NATO can kill them. President of the Federation of African Journalists and boss of the Somali Journalists' Union, Omar Faruk Osman explains that journalism is the most dangerous profession in Africa with 15 journalists being killed in the last year. Somalia is the most dangerous country in Africa with a culture of 'impunity' where killers know they will not face justice and a journalist's life is worth only $50. Foreign countries using Somalia as their 'political football' and problems with 'pirates' originating from hidden agendas outside the country, from US/NATO again. [audio: 201212071800]

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