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Porkins Policy Radio episode 44 Homeland Season 5 ep 11

On this penulitamte episode of our Homeland series Tom and I begin by venting about our hatred of Alison.  Next we move onto the shows continual use of women as negative characters.  WE discuss the similarities between Alison and real life Russian spy Anna Chapman.  We look at the parallels between these two characters and the notion that Alison will receive a hero’s welcome if she returns to Russia.  Next we explore if the Russian government would actually let an attack happen, as Homeland suggests, in order to galvanize the West to fight ISIS.  Tom and I lay out some of our theories as to why the Russian’s don’t talk about the Gladio operations (Boston, 9/11, Paris) that they clearly are aware of.  We discuss the emergence of yet another evil female spy this time in the form of a German Foreign Office offical.  Later Tom and I discuss one of the major takeaways from this season: that the CIA no longer engages in torture.  Through out this season we have seen several distinct plot lines that lead us to believe that the CIA no longer uses this brutal tactic.  Tom and I discuss the moral issues surrounding torture and the aspects of torture that are never brought up in the debate.  We discuss how the show uses the character of Marwan to illustrate that torture doesn’t work, and how this is most likely a deliberate propaganda move to wipe clean the CIA’s hands.  We also note how the show has routinely made the German’s look not only like torturers, but Nazi’s and Stasi as well.  Tom and I also touch on Hollywoods false portrayal of strong female characters in movies such as Spy, and how this is really just more of the same.  Later we move onto the portrayal of Laura Poitras in the show and how this may reflect the CIA’s various desires to portray her as hero and villain.  We round off the conversation by discussing some very interesting listener emails and tweets.

Tom and I briefly talk about our participation in a brand new media project being spearheaded by Sibel Edmonds at the end of the podcast.

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Show Notes:

Homeland Season 5 episode 11 Our man in Damascus 

Laili Helms

Laila Helms could be a character in Homeland

Kathryn Bigelow Prepping Jihadi Recruitment Drama for HBO

First Look Media snags Comedy Central and NBC alum Lisa Leingang

First Look Media wants to make the next “Spotlight”

 

Music:

DMX – X Gon Give It To Ya 

Porkins Policy Radio episode 43 Homeland Season 5 ep 9

On this episode of our Homeland series Tom and I spent the first half of the episode dissecting the falsehoods that this particular episode as put forth in terms of the legality of spying.  Suddenly aware of the rule of law and constitutional rights we see all the major characters in this episode pushing this agenda of doing everything by the book.  Tom and I discuss how this is an obvious ploy to reassure the watchers that the CIA and other foreign intelligence agencies are now longer breaking the law when they spy on you.  While all the characters are trying to gather legal evidence of Alison’s Russian mole status, Tom and I break down how the CIA would never go through the trouble of getting this sort of information let alone entertain the idea of going to a federal trial.  We also touch on the series attempts to demonize the character of Alison; this time using her own sexuality as negative characteristic.

Later we move onto a topic that both Homeland and ourselves have mentioned time and time again: the gas attack in Ghouta, Syria.  We discuss how Homeland has continually used the Ghouta massacre as a plot device and the meaning behind it.  We talk about how the show is now advancing the narrative that not only is Assad using chemical weapons but also ISIS and other terrorist organizations.  We break down how Homeland is trying to convince us that everyone in Syria is a “bad guy” and thus drastic action in Syria must be carried out.  Tom and I also talk about the difficulty in actually producing and delivering Sarin, and talk about the Aum Shinrikyo attack in Tokyo as an example of a Sarin attack by a non-state actor.  We talk about how this theme may be one of the overarching narratives that Homeland is pushing.  Tom and I also talk about how Homeland’s ISIS cell wants UN recognition and the ridiculousness of it.  We also talk about how the Islamic State already exists and has UN recognition in the form of Saudi Arabia.    We round out the conversation by touching on our recent podcast with the Homeland Hackers and provide some more thoughts on why we believe they are in fact genuine.

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Show Notes:
Homeland Season 5 episode 9 The Litvinov Rule

Aum Shinrikyo

PPR episode 42 The Homeland Hackers

 

Music:

Desire – Under Your Spell

Re-defining war in the age of “Hope and Change”

Barak Obama-United States-Politics
War has changed under our current presidential psychopath. The Nobel Peace prize winning warmonger, Barack “kill list” Obama, has pushed through and solidified a war doctrine that would have made even the neocons of the Bush regime blush. Amidst the flurry of drum beats for the destruction of Syria, a simple and profound aspect has been left out of the discussion amongst the chattering class in Washington DC.
Is it the fact that all the intelligence evidence actually points to the foreign backed rebels/jihadists as the true perpetrators of the recent chemical weapons attack? Of course not. Who cares about the facts? Certainly not Samantha Power or the other humanitarian interventionists pushing for war. Perhaps then it’s the fact that there is near unanimity amongst the intelligence community, both active and retired, that the evidence is being fabricated or manipulated to serve the interests of the globalists? Sadly this is not the case either. Ah, it must be the  illegality of carrying out military action against a sovereign nation that poses no threat to America without UN authorization, right? Wrong again. Perhaps it is the notion that Obama thought congress should be allowed to debate war against Syria, despite the constitutional dictate that Congress be the ultimate decision maker when it ones to declaring war against a sovereign nation. Well I’m sure  you know the answer to that one as well.
What I am referring to is the fundamentally perverse doctrine that Obama has now used several times since being installed as puppet ruler of Amerika; no boots on the ground equals no act of war. Leaving aside the boots of the CIA and JSOC, that have been all over the Syrian ground, the belief in Washington that bombing a nation with the most sophisticated military hardware in the know universe is not an act of war is the most recent machination to have been thought up by the globalist deep state.  It is true that presidents have used this doctrine of military murder before to carry out strikes against nations and groups in the past. But the puppet masters of Obama have developed this to such a level that the average person no longer sees bombing another nation as an act of war. The brutal drone campaign that has spread into Pakistan, Yemen, Somalia and even the Philippines constitutes an act of war in four different nations which pose no real external threat to America. Yet with robots in the sky there is no war. Obamas war in Libya marked an even more aggressive version of the “no boots no war” doctrine. Thousands of missiles and bombs fell on a largely defenseless population while the liberals in the White House proclaimed to the world that there was no war against the nation of Libya. Can one imagine if Iran decided to launch military strikes against Israel in order to help Hamas gain control of the country? There would be an unending stream of blather all over Washington and the corporate media about this illegal war of aggression against the state of Israel.
When America contemplates bombing chemical weapons facilities, which of course would result in the dispersal of the same chemicals we are trying to stop being used against innocent people, this is considered humanitarian intervention and not war. There were no Japanese boots on the ground in Pearl Harbor. Yet the air attack on Pearl Harbor still constituted an act of war. This same principle applies to the imminent bombing of Syria.  No where in Congress or in the mainstream media is this even mentioned. Instead it has become accepted that America can launch massive air strike that vaporize people and whole regions with out having to call it war. By redefining the definition of war in America the elites have made it possible for the warfare state to continue on in perpetuity.  More and more conflicts are on the horizon under this current warfare state. By re-defining the very definition of war the state grants themselves carte Blanche to carry out whatever violent and horrific act it so desires.
War does not have to mean individuals shooting at each other from fixed positions on terra firma. War can certainly be defined as a brutal air campaign involving thousands of bombs and missiles raining down from the heavens onto a sovereign country. Do not be fooled by the puppet masters who sit in the imperial capital. There is a great war starting very soon. It will begin in Syria but it will not end there. It will engulf not just the entire region but the world itself. We has human beings can not stand on the sidelines and pretend that an act of war is some form of charity. This is not intended as a call for better politicians who will follow the constitution. Clearly electing the constitutional lawyer of hope and change has only brought us misery and death. This is intended as a call for all human beings to wake up from the matrix that has been constructed to control you. Wake up and see what the people you “elect” are capable of.  It is only when we resist not just the warfare state but the state itself that we will truly be free.
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