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 State Of The City reports 
 Official (Colston Girls, Merchant's Academy) & unofficial (Cathedral School, City Academy) Merchant Venturer Schools
 Weekly Program
 Bristol Broadband Co-operative  
 For non-profit use only.
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Second hour: investigative reports: Ian Puddick and Lawrence Hoo. Terrorist attacks in Ankara, Turkey and Jakarta, Indonesia: false flag attacks? – both countries Western aligned militaries; ISIS a creation of Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Qatar, and NATO intelligence services; Rita Katz and ISIS films – she is based near NSA headquarters; CIA faked Bin Laden videos – Al Qaeda set up by CIA; history of Indonesia – military coup backed by Henry Kissinger against communists; General Ivashof of Russian General Staff; geo-political battles. Iran and nuclear reactor: PMQS Seema Kennedy – Iran nuclear deal; Phillip Hammond says 8000+ civilian deaths in Yemen are just an accident; John Kerry negotiating with Iran. Interview with victim of City of London Counter Terrorism Command police Ian Puddick, on Kroll, a private security firm, giving London counter terrorism command their orders: City of London Police and Kroll setting him up – revolving doors between the two; CPS takes him to court, he wins; never mind private security what about private military Blackwater – will 'help you fight a nuclear war'. PMQs Sir Alan Duncan - the world economy may crash at $30 a barrel oil – RBS say its time to sell off all your shares, global downturn, crash. BALTIC DRY INDEX - Mayor candidate Christine Townsend discusses official (Colston girls & Merchant's Academy) and unofficial (Cathedral School and City Academy) Merchant Venturer Schools. Laurence Hoo, Bristol poet, gives his view of the history of the slave trade in Bristol and the Merchant Venturers – the growth of Bristol was built on the suffering of African people.

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