This episode was technically challenged and somewhat hap hazard. If I sound distracted, it is because I was, extremely. Listening back, which I hate to do, but have to in the post to take commercials and time gaps out, I found it did have some odd entertainment value :)
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Doug Owen interviews Raeford Davis from L.E.A.P. Raeford is a former South Carolina police officer who is now speaking out against the so-called “war on drugs.”
Law Enforcement Against Prohibition is an international organization of criminal justice professionals who bear personal witness to the wasteful futility and harms of our current drug policies. This issue is so widespread and touches the lives of so many. Find out more at leap.cc
California Tells Court It Can’t Release Inmates Early Because It Would Lose Cheap Prison Labor
A SWAT team blew a hole in my 2-year-old son
No indictments for Georgia SWAT team that burned baby
CIA and Contras cocaine trafficking in the US - Wikipedia
The Contras, Cocaine, and Covert Operations
In this episode the owner of our radio syndicate, John Stadtmiller drops in unexpectedly to promote their donation drive, which I welcomed, and lead into the somewhat self serving topic of supporting and providing a truly independent media. It also lead us perfectly into the primary topic on the DHS using the media to #KeepFearAlive. This is why Blacklisted Radio is exclusively financed and produced by you, the audience. The focus of this show is exclusively to inform and entertain. I understand your time is valuable, so I won't waste it promoting products and services, you may not want or need.
The Totalitarian Creep is the focus of this weeks edition of Blacklisted Radio. Doug discusses how we are loosing control and ownership of their TV's, Vehicles, Personal Electronics, Cellphones, and Communication to corporate and governmental control. Highlights include internet kill switch via Standard Operating Procedure 303 which codifies “a shutdown process for use by commercial and private wireless networks during national crises.” Also covered is Obama's latest Executive Order 13636, considered to be the equivalent to a "Patriot Act 2" and it's formation of Information Sharing and Analysis Organizations which can legally share your private information with government agencies and other private corporations if you are deemed to be a national security threat.
Doug Owen talks about the latest from Ukraine, Greece, Argentina, Saudi Arabia, other states that have become beachheads for the US proxy war against Russia.
In this episode the topic focus's on the lack of honest scientific debate over the recent US Measles outbreak along with thoughts on the Superbowl, media generated fear.
Doug Owen discuses the exploitation of the recent terror attack in France by European leaders to increase surveillance powers and silence critics of the state, as well as other topics including China, Geopolitics, South America, BRIC's, Vice Media, and much more!
In this first show of the year and in the new time slot (8pm Central Sunday evenings), Doug addresses the political response to the Paris attacks and gives more background to the terrorists relationships with intelligence agencies, as well as other anomalies to the official narrative. Doug also talks about the recent fusion center bulletin requesting police remove their social media footprints.
Hey all, sorry for the recent lack of shows. Time has become a much more scarce resource lately, and trying to work in podcasts around my crazy schedule over the last 2 months has been close to impossible. For that reason, I have decided to move the live show to Sunday nights at 8pm Central, 9pm Est, and 6pm on the west coast.
I think this will work better for live listeners. It also makes more sense to produce a new podcast that will be ready for Monday morning commuters.
Tonight, Sunday Jan.11th 2015 will be the first live Sunday show!
Hope to see you here for the live shows at BlacklistedRadio.com!
In this episode Doug reflects on the year that was 2014. Doug talks about the new perceptions of policing in America and discusses some of the big story lines and personal events that define the past year.