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Porkins Policy Radio episode 163 The Watchdogs Didn’t Bark with Ray Nowosielski and John Duffy

Documentarians Ray Nowosielski and John Duffy joined me this week to discuss their new book, The Watchdogs Didn’t Bark: The CIA, NSA, and the Crimes of the War on Terror. Ray and John talked about their earlier work covering 9/11. They discussed how they first got involved, and the subsequent hurdles that this sort of journalism presented. They spoke about the CIA’s threats against them after completing their second documentary Who is Rich Blee? John and Ray talked about why they decided to write The Watchdogs Didn’t Bark and what separates this from the numerous books on 9/11 already out there. They spoke about about the legacy of the 9/11 and some of the major figures involved in the cover up who went on to more prominent positions within the government. We touched on CIA director Gina Haspels career which took off when she oversaw the infamous black site known as Cat’s Eye. We also spoke at length about the impact that Michael Scheuer has had on the war on terror. We talked about his role setting up Alec Station and the cult like devotion that his staff had for him.

In the second hour we dive into some of the minutia of the 9/11 attacks. We looked at the strange case of Abu Zubaydah and his interrogation. John and Ray discussed the information that Zubaydah allegedly gave up which linked him to several members of the Saudi Royal family. John and Ray also spoke about the odd deaths of Saudi Prince’s Ahmed, Sultan, and Fahd all within days of one another. We also touched on the role that the NSA played in in covering up key information related to the 9/11 hijackers. We finish off the episode by looking at the current state of the 9/11 research movement.

Download PPR episode 163

Show Notes:

WatchdogsBark.com

@WatchdogsBook

Ray Nowosielski

Buy The Watchdogs Didn’t Bark

Who is Rich Blee?

9/11 Press For Truth

PPR bonus podcast ep 22 Who is John Duffy?

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Malaysia invaded by Islamic militants

It sounds far fetched doesn’t it. Yet it’s true. Hundreds of armed Filipino fighters have crossed the into the Malaysian state of Sabah. What’s that you say, you didn’t read about this in the New York Times or NPR, well how bizarre. The media black out in the West is deeply unsettling. One would think that hundreds of well armed militants from a staunch US ally (Philippines) invading a neighboring country would warrant at least a little of coverage. Sadly though it seems that this is not the case. As with most geopolitical events such as this it is the alternative media which is at the forefront reporting. Along with actually reporting that the invasion actually took place, Land Destroyer has also provided the analysis of why this has happened. As with most of the recent conflicts around the world, Syria, Mali, Libya, Congo, the US is once again using a proxy force to destabilize a nation it wishes to absorb into its imperialist control. As with most US destabilizations Al Qaeda is the proxy force contracted by the United States through our Saudi friends. As Land Destroyer points out Malaysia’s friendly relationship with Russia, Iran, and especially China has put it on Americas destabilization list. God forbid that China have good relations with a fellow Asian nation. Any attempt at that is viewed here as some attempt to control the world and usurp the title of world police from America. China of course has absolutely no desire to become the world police. That is the prerogative of the United States. The invasions timing also deserves scrutiny. Just as in Mali Malaysia is due to hold elections soon. Elections that Anwar Ibrahim, the western puppet we have been trying to put in power, said would be decided in both Sarawak and Sabha. Like in Mali this is no coincidence. Ibrahim and his western backers will use the “terrorists” as an election issue.

Please spread the word as to what is happening in Malaysia. The more exposure the imperialist agenda revives the more unlikely they are to succeed.

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