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October 16th, 2006 : mp3 file not currently online

Featured Guest(s):
Keith Harmon Snow, James Clark, Lee Zeslawski

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All Things Pass
Toronto Coalition to Stop The War




July 31st, 2006: - Listen | Download

Snow in the Congo.

Featured Guest(s):
Keith Harmon Snow

Keith Harmon Snow tells how the robber barons of imperialism are robbing the Congo.

Links:
AllThingsPass.com




March 6th, 2006 : mp3 file not currently online

The show featured a repeat of interviews with Keith Harmon Snow and Robin Philpot from March 28th 2005.

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Original Broadcast




July 25th, 2005: - Listen | Download

Featured Guest(s):
Keith Harmon Snow, Peter Rosenthal, Justin Podur

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All Things Pass - Keith Harmon Snow




March 28th, 2005: - Listen | Download

Featured Guest(s):
Keith Harmon Snow, Robin Philpot

Keith Harmon Snow talks to Phil about "the world's most neglected emergency" - the ongoing tragedy of the Congo where perhaps six million have died since 1996. Most of the victims have been noncombatants who have died from hunger or disease as a consequence of the invasions and wars sponsored by western powers trying to gain control of the region's mineral wealth. Keith Harmon Snow also talks about the movie Hotel Rwanda ("propaganda; malicious, destructive, violent disinformation") and the situation in Sudan ("Darfur is all about oil").

Robin Philpot, the author of "Rwanda 1994: Colonialism dies hard", points to the RPF invasion of Rwanda in 1990 as the key event that led to later tragedies. "If not for that invasion there would have been no slaughters in 1994 in Rwanda, or later in the Congo". Philpot argues that the often-repeated claim that 'the international community refused to intervene in Rwanda' is a myth. In truth, the US and Britain prevented any intervention because they wanted the RPF to take power. Philpot talks about his interview with former UN General Secretary Boutros-Ghali that reveals much about the actual events in Rwanda, including possible CIA involvement in the shooting down of the plane carrying the presidents of Rwanda and Burundi that triggered the Rwandan tragedy.

Transcript of the program:
[DOC] - Microsoft Word Document format
[PDF] - Adobe Acrobat Document format

Links:
AllThingsPass.com
Second Thoughts on the Hotel Rwanda by Robin Philpot - Counterpunch.org




November 29th, 2004: - Listen | Download

Featured Guest(s):
Keith Harmon Snow

Phil talks with independent journalist Keith Harmon Snow live from Kinshasa in the Congo. Snow talks about the current situation in the Congo, which he describes as corruption and racketeering, mainly sponsored by Western corporations in allegiance with various armies and militias. The goal is the plunder of Congo's resources: timber, coltan, oil, gold and diamonds. Over five million have died in the last few years in these conflicts, but it's not in the news.

Phil also talks with Phil Conlon about the current events in Africa and in Ukraine. Phil reads John Laughland's insightful piece from the Guardian titled "The Revolution Televised - The western media's view of Ukraine's election is hopelessly biased".

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The revolution televised - Guardian Unlimited
All Things Pass - Keith Harmon Snow.
Survivors' Rights International




September 6th, 2004: - Listen | Download

Featured Guest(s):
Keith Harmon Snow, Phil Conlon

Phil talks to Keith Harmon Snow, a researcher for Survivors' Rights International, about the situation in the Great Lakes region of Africa, particularly the Democratic Republic of Congo. Snow points out that five million people have been killed in the Congo in the last five or six years, but it's off the media's agenda. Powerful interests are pilfering the resources of the country, chiefly diamonds and coltan, and mercenaries and proxy armies are enforcing the theft. Snow pointed out that the US supported the invasion of the Congo in 1996, and Rwanda and Uganda supplied the two big proxy armies that acted on their behalf. Snow also talked about related issues of mercenaries linked to Heritage Oil and Gas and Margaret Thatcher's son, and events in Darfur.

Phil talks to Phil Conlon about Labour Day, and the Canadian Labour Congress' Report Card for Canada. The CLC gave low marks to the government of Canada for perpetuating a system in which one in ten full-time workers live in poverty, and only one unemployed worker in three qualifies for unemployment insurance. The figure a few years ago was 75%, before the reforms introduced by then Finance Minister Paul Martin.

Links:
www.allthingspass.com
www.survivorsrightsinternational.org




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