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RIP Ian Neal, warrior against the biggest lies and deceptions of the 21st century
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Nov. 27, 2019, 3:38 p.m.
Thibault Devienne joins us from Paris to takes through trials and tribulations of the Yellow Vest protest movement a year after it began. As someone involved in local politics he felt the time was right to take his work for change onto the streets since it was becoming obvious president Macron would not listen to strong arguments his political opposition were putting forward. As a banker technocrat president he simply seemed to want to impose more taxes on the poor and middle class as a tool of the rich oligarchy and to repay government debt. Since France is generally a socialist country this forced a disconnect between the president and the mass of the people who saw him as some kind of farm manager for the oligarchy rather than a public servant. Terrorism laws have been abused by the French elite to criminalise peaceful Yellow Vest protesters, stripping away basic human rights, guaranteed in European and international law. Its also clear that violent elements have been deliberately allowed to wreak havoc in order to distract the mass media away from actual demands of the Yellow Vest movement. Still, French people have suffered much and as Macron attempts to crack down the protesters only develop new tactics and grow stronger.

Founder of the UK 911 Truth movement and Africa aid engineer Ian Neal recorded and interview last summer before he passed away earlier this year. In this extract he talks about little known details of 911, how the 7/7 London bombings were related to the 2001 attacks on the USA and how both have been used as fuel for the endless so-called war on terror. He also looks at the reaction of mainstream journalists to this endless war phenomenon.

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