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9-11 Wake-Up Call: NOVEMBER 30, 2016 - FALSE FLAGS with RICHARD DOLAN

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Today you'll hear an edited version of Richard Dolan's speech given at the Left Forum in May 2016. He was part of a DEEP STATE panel called "False Flags: Defeating A Global Gladio Agenda". To see the full panel and hear Richard Dolan's full speech go to Thanks to Alan Rees of Noliesradio for filming the entire 6 panels. Richard Dolan is working on a book about false flags which will be out in the near future.

GroundWire: GroundWire December 5

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This episode of GroundWire was produced on Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation in Toronto Ontario by the GroundWire National Coordination Team. This episode was hosted by Glen Swanadhipathi, from CIVL Radio in Abbotsford, British Columbia.
Vigil for Indigenous Women in Montreal | Charlie O’Connor, CKUT.
Rally in Montreal honours International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women | Braden Alexander, GroundWire.
Thorton Park Tent City removed by police in Vancouver | Maria Whalstrom, Carnegie Community Action Project.
“Daniels vs. Canada” and the place of Metis, and Non-Status Indians in Canada | Glen Swanadhipathi.
The Downie Wenjack Fund’s initiative to further reconciliation in Canada | Sara Newton, CQQR.
Community Radio Report:
GroundWire honours the 27th Anniversary of the Ecole Polytechnic Massacre
Music this week:
Angel by Mozart’s Sister
Too Much Too Soon by Kid Royale
Special thanks this week go to:
Glenn Swanadhipathi, Charlie O’Connor, Sarah Newton, Braden Alexander, Carly Forbes, Omme-Salmah Rahemtullah.

Epissode 69 Oxygen and You

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Wow, we got some funny stuff for you this show. As Tim Gunn might say, "Don't lose your trajectory!" Keep it tuned to every Monday night at 8pm eastern/ 7pm central

PCJ Media Media Network Plus: Media Netwok Plus December 3 2016

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The Motherland Influence: The Motherland Influence Dec. 4, 2016

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African, Latin & Caribbean music

This Way Out: "Fire Song" + Queer Parenting + global LGBT news!

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Two-Spirit romance and indigenous issues ignite "Fire Song";
Same-gender parents share family secrets; Trump's cabinet picks shelve LGBT rights, voters end the reign of Gambia's homophobic Yahya Jammeh, a close U.N. vote saves its newly created LGBT rights watchdog, thousands march for equality with Pride in New Delhi and Hong Kong, South Australia's premier issues an unprecedented apology, and more LGBT news from around the world!

Tapes To Astonish: B&D Approach #159

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1. Dis Generation - A Tribe Called Quest
2. Err' Day - General Steele & Es-K ft. VVS Verbal & Napoleon Da Legend
3. Need Mo - Big Cheeko
4. Cat Temple - Swamp Thing ft. Nilla and Ghettosocks
5. What Up November - Moka Only
6. Call My Name - Keith Murray
10. Mobbin' for a Hobby - Fredfades & Sun Raw ft. Planet Asia and Warz
11. Catfish - Precinct Phantom
12. IJusWannaChill - Large Professor
13. Assumptions - Zedo
14. Monstre et cie - TIS ft. Hippocampe Fou, Walter et Moax
15. Crush - Big Shug
16. Milestone - Smoke DZA & Pete Rock ft. Jadakiss, Styles P and BJ The Chicago Kid
17. Grown Rhyme - Tone Spliff ft. Saigon and Sadat X
18. Krazy Thangs - Termanology ft. Cyrus Deshield
19. Black Cowboys - Jeru The Damaja
20. Luchini AKA This Is It - Camp Lo
21. Play This At My Funeral (instrumental) - Zoetic Minds

The Other Black Music: The Other Black Music Dec. 4, 2016

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Broadcasting from WRIR-LP 97.3 FM and in Richmond, Virginia USA. "The Other Black Music" broadcast Black music ignored by other Richmond stations. Soul, Zydeco, Funk, Afro-Pop, Blues and more. Every other Sunday 3-5pm EST

You Are The Resistance: Sean Swain on the death of Fidel Castro

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Sean Swain ponders the implications of the life and death of Fidel Castro, following his passing last week

The Final Straw Radio Show: The Cleveland 4 & Unicorn Riot

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This week, we air 2 interviews, one about the case of the Cleveland 4 and one with members of Unicorn Riot.

pt 1: The Cleveland 4
Firstly, we speak with Amanda Shemkes. Amanda does legal support for members of the Cleveland 4. The Cleveland 4, or CLE4, are 4 anarchists who're serving around a decade in Federal prisons in the U.S. on charges of terrorism. Back story is that Brandon Baxter, Connor Stevens, Doug Wright, Joshua "Skelly" Stafford and Anthony Hayne (Anthony took a cooperating plea deal) were arrested on April 30th in 2012 for attempting to blow up a bridge with the provocation of an FBI informant named Shaquille Azir. The young anarchists had coalesced during Occupy Cleveland as a group after encamping together, being involved in food distribution and activism and were targeted and entrapped by Azir who escalated their talk of direct action to the bombing plot and provided them with work, housing, drugs, alcohol, access to (fake) explosives and more. Brandon Baxter, Connor Stevens, Doug Wright and Skelly all received sentences of around a decade each with terrorism enhancements promising lifetime probation. Amanda talks about their case, their time inside, government attacks on social movements and how to support Brandon, Connor, Doug & Skelly, the Cleveland 4. More on their case can be found at

Also of note, Connor Steven's birthday is coming up on December 17th, so send him a bday card! Same day is Chelsae Manning's bday, actually... on that note, why not visit PrisonBooks.Info to see political prisoner birthdays for this month and sign up to receive the monthly calendar that the Prison Books Collective puts out? No good reason, I reckon.

pt 2: Unicorn Riot
Following this, we speak with volunteers with the non-profit, radical media outlet Unicorn Riot. Founded in 2014, UR has expanded from it's Minneapolis base to be present on the ground at struggles around the U.S. covering events as they unfold with the words of the people involved, documenting the brutality of the state's reactions and bravery in the streets and the fields of those resisting. As a platform, UR distributes regular tv episodes, podcasts and features small news briefs as well as a presence on social media. UR's coverage of the uprisings in Minneapolis around the killings and lack of justice in the killings of Jamar Clark & Philando Castille and more recently of the struggles of Water Defenders at the Standing Rock reservation in North Dakota have gone viral, increasing solidarity and pressed mainstream media outlets to expand their coverage of these violent government interventions. In this second half of the episode, the plucky media rebels share their views on activism and journalism, on media paradigms, their project and some of the resistance it's participated in.

This week Sean Swain shares his thoughts on Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution in light of Fidel's death last week. More from Sean at

Tomorrow, Monday December 5th in Asheville there's a prayer and vigil in Soldarity with Standing Rock as regards the struggle to stop the expansion of the Dakota Access Pipeline we'll be talking about later in the episode. Folks are meeting at 6pm at Pack Square. Bring an offering.

Also, big ups to the folks who went out to face off the kkk motorcade on Saturday the 3rd in Danville, VA & Pelham, NC. This time the KKK got their own stabby after the fact:

Of note, our hearts here at the final straw go out to those suffering the devastating effects of the fire at the ghostship warehouse on Friday December 2nd during a 100% Silk party. According to the most recent KGO-7 news out of San Francisco at 2pm EST on Sunday the 4th of December, 24 victims have been found inside the warehouse. A list of missing people has been compiled in an article on Not all of those pictured are known to be among the victims of Friday's fire. To donate to relief funds, visit:

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