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CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening
Hosted by BK aka Vijay
Regular Show
Alan Watt
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Feb. 14, 2011, 7:11 a.m.
This episode: Can adults trust youth who don't know as much to lead revolutions? Who's behind local groups waiting to copy Egypt? Is the term "new world order" normal? How does how we learn to politely speak make it difficult to tell the different truth? Why are relationships between men and women more fragile than ever? Why is sex sold so much? Why do adults get so much obvious advice? What can we learn today that's worth remembering in a week? Can resistance work to save what and who we love?
CKLN Radios Rude Awakening Morning Show is hosted by Black Krishna, aka BK, aka Vijay Sarma, aka Vij, on Mondays and Thursdays from 6 - 7 am EST on CKLN 88.1 FM, Rogers Cable 947 and online. Public domain mp3s to use, share or re-post are available after 8 am at, and Please visit - - or contact - - or - - or - 647-855-4744 -- Thanks! :)

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Press Release: CKLN granted stay of CRTC Decision

Will remain on air pending the outcome of CKLN’s motion for leave to appeal

TORONTO, ON. (February 11, 2011) – Campus-based community radio station CKLN88.1FM is heartened and encouraged by the decision of Her Honour Madam Justice Layden-Stevenson to grant the station a stay of the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission’s (the CRTC’s) Decision.


Alex Jones: Egypt a campaign to destabilize region

The Alex Jones Channel | You Tube | February 13, 2011

Contrary to the ideas that the uprising in Egypt and the Middle East could signal true freedom, there is every reason believe that it is part of a larger destabilization plan in the region, sponsored by the U.S. military and multi-national intelligence rings.

The Left Gatekeepers Phenomenon

The denial that 9/11/01 was an inside job is nowhere deeper than in the traditional Left and the established Left media. Respected commentators for the Left, such as David Corn of the Nation, pooh-poohed challenges to the official story of the attack, or at most suggested complicity of the Bush administration by pointing to Saudi connections to the Bush family, all while staying within the confines of the official myth of the hijackers, crumbling skyscrapers, etc.

The causes of the Left gatekeeper phenomenon are, no doubt, complex. It may be that, because of their political marginalization, writers on the Left tend to be more defensive about their credibility. Furthermore, many Left publications are dependent on foundation funding, and those relationships may compromise objectivity on conscious and unconscious levels. It is also probable that many left icons are co-opted by covert disinformation programs such as Operation Mockingbird that target the Left media precisely because people expect challenges to the official story to come from that quarter.

Antony Sutton - Wall Street & Bolshevik Revolution

A brilliant interview with one of the greatest researchers ever, Professor Antony Sutton, the author of Wall Street and the Bolshevik Revolution and Wall Street and The Rise of Hitler, where he showes how bankers, businessmen and politicans in the west supported and financed both the communist and the nazis, all according to their hegelian dialectic plan for world control.

Marxists come to Toronto (and no, they’re not protesting the G20)

Tasha Kheiriddin | National Post | May 28, 2010

Boy, the things you miss out on when you live in exurbia with an eleven-month-old baby. This week, I had to pass up three Toronto events: a Sex and the City 2 preview party (sorry, still nursing the wee one before bed), an invite to appear on Dale Goldhawk’s show (ditto), and last but not least, the Marxism 2010 Conference, taking place from May 28-30 at Ryerson University.

Not that I was exactly on the guest list for the latter, but curiosity is killing me. Just who in 2010 is still fanatical enough about Marxism to spend an entire weekend cooped up in a classroom trying to advance the “struggle”? Apparently, quite a few people.

Eric Hobsbawm: a conversation about Marx, student riots, the new Left, and the Milibands

Tristram Hunt | The London Observer (Guardian) | January 16, 2011

TH: Do you get the sense that what people such as Soros partly liked about Marx was the way he describes so brilliantly the energy, iconoclasm and potential of capitalism? That that's the part that attracted the CEOs flying United Airlines?

EH: I think that it is globalisation, the fact that he predicted globalisation, as one might say a universal globalisation, including the globalisation of tastes and all the rest of it, that impressed them. But I think the more intelligent ones also saw a theory that allowed for a sort of jagged development of crisis. Because the official theory in that period [the late 1990s] theoretically dismissed the possibility of a crisis.

Massive CIA Campaign Drives Mubarak from Power

Webster G. Tarpley on The Alex Jones Show | Infowars | February 11, 2011

Massive CIA Campaign Drives Mubarak from Power; Military Junta of US Puppets Now Rules Egypt; Constitution Shredded at US Behest; Debt Freeze, Minimum Wage Hike, Lower Bread Price, US Food Aid Needed; Will Egypt Accept US Nuclear Umbrella, Join anti-Iran War Front, or will Nationalist Colonels Emerge?

Turning Point

CBC | February 7, 2011

Is the world at a turning point? Peter Mansbridge and our panel of experts discuss how the shock waves from the crisis in Egypt will change the future.

14.41 mins - Peter Mansbridge says "That new world order question..." the panelists follower with their "new world order" thoughts.

XXLLUMINATI: Everyone Is Slowly Learning Everything Anyway

For example, check out XXL Magazine, the most popular hip hop mag in the world, slowly but surely responding to rumours of the "Illuminati" controlling hip hop and the world. These articles aren't bad, but they're not good. Instead, they're "fair" to all sides, including the Illuminati, by not being judgmental. This is what they want us to think: Okay, so the Illuminati is in charge, so what? Maybe they always are? Who cares? By giving us this way to think, the Illuminati teach us not to care about them.

Our Sexual Ethics

Bertrand Russell | 1936

SEX, MORE THAN any other element in human life, is still viewed by many, perhaps by most, in an irrational way. Homicide, pestilence, insanity, gold and precious stones - all the things, in fact, that are the objects of passionate hopes or fears - have been seen, in the past, through a mist of magic or mythology; but the sun of reason has now dispelled the mist, except here and there. The densest cloud that remains is in the territory of sex, as is perhaps natural since sex is concerned in the most passionate part of most people's lives.

It is becoming apparent, however, that conditions in the modern world are working to effect a change in the public attitude toward sex. As to what change, or changes, this will bring about, no one can speak with any certainty; but it is possible to note some of the forces now at work, and to discuss what their results are likely to be upon the structure of society.

Dolce & Gabbana Sex & Advertising 2007

Subliminal Sex Messages - Disney Cartoons & Advertisements

Lady Gaga wins three Grammys, swears on stage

Dean Goodman | Reuters | February 14, 2011

Lady Gaga had the censors reaching for the mute button after she exclaimed, "Oh, s---!" when she accepted her third award, for best pop vocal album.

Fashion Police

Chloe Tejada | February 10, 2011

The best and worst celebrity style on the red carpet See all 8 photos »

Single and Happy on Feb. 14

Lisa Daily | LavaLife / Yahoo | February 14, 2011

Yes, it’s nearly Valentine’s Day — a romantic minefield for singles if ever there was one. But fret not! Here are seven fun dateless options that will make even your most blissfully coupled friends envious of your …

Eye Spy / Yahoo | February 14, 2011

Is it ever OK to spy on your guy?

If you’ve ever been suspicious about something or second-guessed your partner’s explanation, chances are you’ve been tempted to spy with your little eye, in one way or another.

Dumping My Dream Girl

Henry Makow | February 8, 2011

I am proud of a dream I recently had.

I was young again and single. My beautiful girlfriend and I were shopping. I suggested we go back to my apartment. I was feeling loving and wanted to hang out and cuddle. Just be happy together. Sex wasn't an issue.

Shortly after arriving, she says she has to leave.

Thwarted in love. Again.

In the dream, I press her for an explanation. She doesn't have one.

She doesn't want to be with me. I grant her wish. I tell her I'm not interested in games. We're finished. The End.

Folks in Metro Moncton still love Valentine's Day

Times & Transcript | February 14, 2011

Has Valentine's Day become one of those special days where people genuinely express their fondness for loved ones, or has it become another retail money grab that results in consumers feeling pressured into purchasing something nice for another?

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