Taylor-Report.com - June 2006

June 2006


June 26th, 2006 : mp3 file not currently online

Tiphaine Dickson talks about current events in Serbia.

Featured Guest(s):
Tiphaine Dickson,

Tiphaine Dickson spoke to the Taylor-Report from Serbia and explained why Serbs are bitter over being lied to by the global liberals. With their team out of the World cup they are supporting Ghana and teenagers wear t-shirts emblazoned with symbols of the old socialist Yugoslavia.




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Robert White speaks about Dr Seán Maguire's Oration at this year's Wolfe Tone Commemoration and the history of the Irish Republican Movement. Marty Two-Bulls talks about the upcoming Anniversary of "Custer's Last Stand".

Featured Guest(s):
Robert W. White, Marty Two-Bulls,

Links:
Indymedia.ie: Oration at Wolfe Tone Commemoration, Bodenstown, June 11, 2006 by Dr Seán Maguire, Mayo.
Indian Country Today
Editorial Cartoons by Marty Two-Bulls
Wikipedia: Battle of the Little Bighorn




June 12th, 2006 : mp3 file not currently online

Sara Flounders speaks about the situation in Sudan, and the recent media focus and calls for Western intervention in the country.

Featured Guest(s):
Sara Flounders,

Links:
International Action Center
The U.S. role in Darfur, Sudan - By Sara Flounders
PeaceHasNoBorders.org
The Case of the Toronto 17: Has Racism Invaded Canada? - By ROBERT FISK




June 5th, 2006 : mp3 file not currently online

Charles Roach wants to revive his original vision of the Caribana. The ICTY releases a report dealing with the death of Slobodan Milosevic. Muslim groups request that individuals be given a fair hearing in a Court of Law and not just be tried in the Court of Public Opinion.

Featured Guest(s):
Charles Roach, Tiphaine Dickson, Zafar Bangash,

Charles Roach speaks about some of the difficulties involved in organizing Toronto's annual Carribean cultural festival known as the Caribana. Mr. Roach was one of the founders of Caribana in 1966 and is now going to, once again, be directly involved in the organizing and planning of the festival. He speaks to us about some of the history of this annual event and the original vision of it being more than just a street party.

Tiphaine Dickson discusses the ICTY report dealing with the death of Slobodan Milosevic. She is appalled by the very biased treatment of of her client, as well as her frustrations with the lack of fairness and impartiality of UN-sanctioned tribunals. Ms. Dickson is a Montreal lawyer who has represented accused before the Internatioal Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda and served as legal advisor to Slobodan Milosevic at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia.

Zafar Bangash expresses concerns about the fairness of treatment of the individuals accused of planning terrorist activities in Toronto.

Links:
Barrie Collins: In the waiting room of the Rwandan genocide tribunal
Judge Kevin Parker: Report to the President - Death of Slobodan Milosevic [PDF]
Muslimedia International




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