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Porkins Policy Radio episode 86 Homeland Predicted the Deep State and Alex Jones with Tom Secker

Tom Secker returns for the second installment of our discussion on the sixth season of Homeland. We begin with a quick recap of the past several episodes before diving into the big themes going on this season. Tom and I begin by focusing on the character of Dar Adal and the notion that he represents a faction of the now infamous deep state. We talk about the mysterious private intelligence firm that Adal is using for assassinations, false flag bombings, and information operations. Tom and I discuss what exactly the CIA is getting out of having their favorite TV portray such a nefarious and shadowy organization at the center of the season plot-line. We also touch on the fact that the CIA is virtually nonexistent in this season and what that may mean. The two of us talk about the fact that Homeland has successfully made this whole season revolve around the meme of “fake news” and big data as a powerful tool for manipulation. We talk about the fact that these ideas were woven into the script months before they became talking points for the general public. Tom talks about the power of the fake news meme as a tool of the CIA and National Security State. We also explore the character of Brett O’Keefe who is the greatest characterization of Alex Jones ever. Tom and I talk about O’Keefe’s role as a deep state contractor for Dar Adal, and his efforts to create sock puppet accounts to influence public opinion.

In the second hour Tom ask the question if the CIA is telling us that Alex Jones is in fact an agency asset through Homeland. We explore the various interpretations of the O’Keefe – Jones character and what the CIA may be trying to tell us about the alt-media and conspiracy culture in general. Tom also tells us about his articles in The American Journal of Economics and Sociology. I finish off the show by discussing the increasingly dire situation in Yemen and why no one is talking about it.

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Show Notes:

Watch Homeland season 6

The data that turned the world upside down

Thousands of Yemenis rally in Sanna on war’s second anniversary

Trump administration weighs deeper involvement in Yemen war

UNICEF report on Yemen – Falling through the Cracks

Porkins Great Game episode 15 Turkey Coup Special

For this special episode on Porkins Great Game Christoph and I take at look at the recent coup attempt in Turkey. Christoph and I go through the main events of the coup and what went wrong for the coup plotters. We discuss a variety of theories related to the event including: was this staged by Erdgoan, is this due to a Russian realignment, was this a warning form the CIA/NATO? We also touch on the ongoing purge of he Gulen movement with in Turkey. We also discuss how this coup has been interpreted not only by MSM and alt-media but around the world.

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Show notes:

Why Turkey’s coup didn’t stand a chance

Military coup was well planned and very nearly succeeded, say Turkish officials

Turkish F-16 patrolling the skies near Ankara could be tracked online

Exclusive: all the details about the air ops and aerial battle over Turkey during the military coup to depose Erdogan

Top officers at Incirlik Air Base arrested in Turkey coup attempt

There’s more to Turkey’s failed coup than meets the eye

Pro-West generals plotted coup to overthrow Erdoğan: Kadyrov

Turkish pilots who downed Russian jet part of coup plot: Official

Porkins Great Game episode 13 Fetullah Gulen Lives!

Fethullah Gülen’s role in the shooting of the Russian jet

Eurasian bloc in Turkey: Erdoğan and the Kemalists against Gülen and the US

Turkey requests extradition of cleric from U.S. as post-coup purge widens

Turkish Military’s Influence Rises Again

Turkish president says other countries may be involved

Saudi Whistleblower Discloses Saudi Deputy Prince’s Major Role in Turkey Coup

Saudis Al Jubeir Accused of Invovlement in Turkish Coup Attempt by Former Qatari Emir

Porkins Policy Radio ep. 46 The Truth About Syria with Eva Bartlett

For this episode we are joined by activist and freelance journalist Eva Bartlett for an in-depth discussion of the  war in Syria.  Fresh from her fourth trip to the embattled nation, Eva lends us her perspective of what it’s actually like on the ground.  Eva recounts the many places she has visited, and the current living conditions of the Syrian people.  Eva and I discuss the numerous terrorist groups and gangs operating  within Syria, and the disappearance of groups such as the FSA and other “moderate rebel” groups.  Eva also offers us an alternative narrative about the Maddaya starvation story that gripped  news headlines and then vanished.  We discuss the propaganda involved in this story and its similarity to the skewed reporting of the terrorist siege of Yarmouk.

We also touch on the recent doxxing of a UN press official by hipster-propagandist Molly Crabapple, and her laughable claims that the UN is secretly working with the Assad government.  Eva talks about the dire situation  in the villages of Foua and Kafarya, two areas completely ignored by the United Nations.  Later we briefly touch  on the role that Israel is playing in the Golan Heights, and in aiding some of the terrorist fighting in Syria.  We round off our conversation by talking about the Grand Muffti, Dr. Ahmad Badr Al-Din Hassoun, and the positive role he is playing in Syria.

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Show Notes:

In Gaza

In Gaza Syria Archive

Propaganda Alert: Madaya Media Fabrications; Recycled Photos

Untold Suffering in Foua and Kafarya: Two Northwestern Syrian Villages Under Siege and Assault by NATO’s Terrorists (Part I)

Untold Suffering in Foua and Kafarya: Two Northwestern Syrian Villages Under Siege and Assault by NATO’s Terrorists (Part II)

 

Music:

Caron – Out of The Night

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

BFP Roundtable: Graham’s So-Called Smoking Gun, Saudi Arabia & Yemen

From Boiling Frogs Post:

In this introductory episode Sibel Edmonds, Guillermo Jimenez and Pearse Redmond introduce the new BFP Roundtable Season and discuss new ideas and possibilities for coming shows. From there the panel quickly moves on to its first topic: Senator Graham’s so-called smoking gun (The infamous redacted 28-pages), the possible reasons for and timing of this old pickled issue’s circulation, in conjunction with the Saudi Arabia-Yemen angle and connections. The panel heatedly debunks more than one widespread spin used by mainstream and pseudo-alternative media outlets in reporting Saudi Arabia’s assault on Yemen with the carefully-designed Iran element. And finally, the panel invites BFP activist community members to join and expand this discussion and provide their ideas for coming roundtable discussion topics.

*This is our introductory episode for the new BFP Roundtable season. The coming episodes will be here at Boiling Frogs Post, and will be available only to BFP activist members. You can subscribe and join our community here.

Porkins on FLNWO #16 Charlie Wilson’s War

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I recently had the great pleasure of joining the one and only James Corbett again.  This time around James invited me for his podcast series Film, Literature, and the New World Order for a discussion of the film Charlie Wilson’s War.

From Corbett Report:

“How and why did the Afghan-Soviet war start? What was the CIA’s involvement in the affair? Who did they support and what were they aiming at? If you’re interested in the answers to these questions you won’t find them in 2007′s Hollywood drama, Charlie Wilson’s War, but you will hear them discussed on this podcast. Join us today for another edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order as Pearse Redmond of Porkin’s Policy Review  joins us to dissect the propaganda and predictive programming of this CIA-Afghan cover up movie.”

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FLNWO #16 Show notes

 

Saudi Arabia’s “purchase” of Pakistani nukes may be propaganda

A recent report by the British Brainwashing Corporation (BBC) about the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia purchasing nuclear weapons from Pakistan could be nothing more than propaganda. This report comes on the heals of supposedly productive talks between Iran and west over the whole nuclear issue. The Saudis have been vociferously protesting this warming of relations. Ergo, the timing of this report is suspect. Even more suspect is the source for this information. It comes from the ever unreliable Israeli intelligence community. Israel and Saudi Arabia have found much in common when it comes to the prospect of Iran securing nuclear weapons, which of course there is no real evidence for. This could all be nothing more than bluster and propaganda directed at the United States in an effort to persuade them to take a more aggressive stance towards Iran. If you don’t do what we like, then we will buy nukes from the Pakistanis, thus starting the nuclear arms race in the Middle East. The most ironic part of this whole story is that the source of Saudi Arabia’s nukes. They are allegedly coming from Pakistan. As FBI whistle blower Sibel Edmonds has noted, Pakistan acquired nuclear technology from various US officials, who were engaged in an illegal nuclear secrets trade deal with various actors in Pakistan.

So, we sell nuclear secrets to the Pakistanis, who in turn sell nuclear weapons to the Saudi’s, and Iran is still the enemy. That is how our current corrupt system works.

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