by Peter B. Collins and Sibel Edmonds
Originally published by Boiling Frogs Post
August 26, 2011
Joe Lauria is back from his three month long trip to the Middle East, which included, among others, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, and Israel, and shares with us his impressions and analyses on the uprisings in some of these countries, especially in Egypt, where he spent the most time. He discusses the upcoming vote on Palestinian UN membership next month, and the possible implications of planned demonstrations by Palestinians and sympathetic Israelis inspired by the recent nonviolent protests in the region. Mr. Lauria speaks about the need for similar non-violent and sustained mass demonstrations against the evolving corporate coup d’etat nearing its complete takeover of the government here in the United States, the failure of Obama and the Democrats in Congress in dealing with the ongoing economic crisis, the rapidly declining state of the US media and more!
Joe Lauria is an author, foreign affairs correspondent and investigative reporter. He has covered the United Nations for 19 years for numerous newspapers, including The Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, the London Daily Telegraph, the Montreal Gazette and the Johannesburg Star. Joe is a member of the Sunday Times of London’s investigative unit. He is co-author of A Political Odyssey, a look at America’s defense industry and the false threats it thrives on.
Here is our guest Joe Lauria unplugged!
From the archives:
Killing the Truth: Western Mainstream Media Complicit in NATO War Crimes in Libya by Finian Cunningham
Michel Chossudovsky: The West Wants to take Control of Libya’s Oil Wealth + Pepe Escobar: Al-Qaeda asset leading rebels in Tripoli
Nazemroaya: Destabilization of Syria Based on Libya Model + Chossudovsky: Military Intervention in Syria Will Lead to Extended War
Israel’s murderous violence by Eric Ruder + Trapped in Gaza
Pepe Escobar: The Hijacking of the Arab Spring Protests, interviewed by Peter B. Collins and Sibel Edmonds
Financial Meltdown: The Case Against the Ratings Agencies by Michael Hudson
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