Taylor-Report.com - April 2013

April 2013


April 29th, 2013 || Listen Listen | Download Download

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April 22nd, 2013 || Listen Listen | Download Download

Cubans fight terrorism: Cubans could teach the U.S. a thing or two

Featured Guest(s):
Adriana Perez,

Cuba is a country that has actually fought terrorism. Adriana Perez, whose husband Gerardo Hernandez is one of the five Cuban anti-terrorist fighters unjustly imprisoned in the U.S.A. since 1998, explains Cuba's suffering at the hands of terrorist exiles, and the media-censored campaign to release those who were apprehended for monitoring the terrorists.

Phil comments on the Boston bombing - it's a fact that the Russian government specifically warned the FBI about the bombers. The U.S. government was unconcerned about the threat posed by Chechen extremists, who act against the Russian government. We can draw parallels to how the U.S. ignored Cuban anti-terrorist efforts.

Meanwhile, the U.S. can't seem to cut its ties with Chechen rebels, Al Qaeda in Syria, terror funders in Saudi Arabia, and so on.




April 15th, 2013 || Listen Listen | Download Download

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April 8th, 2013 || Listen Listen | Download Download

Kenya and Rwanda's Past, Korea's Present

Featured Guest(s):
J.J. Hespeler-Boultbee, Marie Rose Habyarimana, Stephen Gowans,

J.J. Hespeler-Boultbee on his new book, "Mrs. Queen's Chump," about British atrocities during the suppression of the Mau Mau in Kenya.

Marie Rose Habyarimana, the daughter of Rwandan President Juvénal Habyarimana. The assassination of Habyarimana was a trigger for the events of 1994 in Rwanda.

Stephen Gowans on the latest escalation in the Korea crisis, and the Wall Street Journal's interesting report.




April 1st, 2013 || Listen Listen | Download Download

Canada's backroom role in Syria, Iraq

Featured Guest(s):
Yves Engler,

Canada is funding the Gulf monarchies who are funnelling militants into Syria, and U.S. intelligence is involved with the rebels. The dominant media in North America neglects an honest discussion of the Western role. Canada's political opposition neglects Security Council agreements that could allow a demilitarized international forum to mediate the conflict.

Engler also discusses opposition to Enbridge pipeline, and its possibility of derailing the Harper government. By taking such a hard stand on environmental issues, and pulling out of Kyoto, Harper is running out of feet to shoot.




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