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 State Of The City reports 
 head of 1950s & 1960s SS veterans' association (HIAG) Paul Hausser
 Weekly Program
 Phil Pope
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
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Investigative reports: Phil Pope, one of the organisers of tomorrow's Bristol Anarchist Bookfair, discusses anarchism and how he thinks society could improve as well as anarchist ideas about the state, government, community and policing. Also the cuts, police, immigration, capitalism and socialism discussed. Were recent attacks around Bristol really the 'Informal Anarchist Group', or a false flag to use as an excuse to infiltrate the anarchists? NATO's Operation Gladio and other false flags used to fit up anarchists in the past. Clip of former top CIA officer John Stockwell, discussing CIA's Operation Cyclone in Afghanistan in the 1980's. Original NATO's links to the SS and former SS officers according to former SS Panzer Corps commander and head of 1950s & 1960s SS veterans' association (HIAG) Paul Hausser. The troubles in Ukraine and the far right. Interview with Granville Williams, from Campaign for Press and Broadcasting Freedom (CPBF), whose book 'Big Media' is out soon. He discusses media conglomerates, such as Murdoch and Time Warner, and also internet Titans such as Google and Amazon, Twitter and social media, the gagging bill, trade unions and Labour's plan to limit media ownership. Do the owners and controllers of the media really call the political shots?

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