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Canada is funding the Gulf monarchies who are funneling 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.
A round-robin report includes readings of Thomas Mountain's coverage of a television-fueled anti-Eritrean pogrom in Sweden, and the letter from Fidel Castro in La Prensa commenting on Hugo Chavez, the best friend the Cuban people have ever had.
Finally, a live review of Argo!
Interview with Yves Engler
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