Wednesday, June 23, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: The People vs. The PrisonPlanet vs. The Protest vs. The Policies - June 23, 2010


June 23, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening hosted by Black Krishna

The People vs. The PrisonPlanet vs. The Protest vs. The Politics


This episode: what did we see on TV to get us accept the "police state" (divisive term) "lockdown" (prison term) conditions in n Toronto now? Why are people fleeing and avoiding the city? Why are cops, troops, mercs and spooks in SWAT gear cruising around downtown in normal cars and vans? Who wants the "violence" that seems to justify the $1 billion spent on "security" when * no real activist * thinks it could help the public get behind any political change? How should "We The People" react to this?

CKLN's Rude Awakening Morning News Radio Show is currently hosted by Black Krishna (BK) Monday to Thursday from 6 - 7 am on CKLN 88.1 FM, Rogers Cable 947 or online. Public domain mp3's for re-posting, re-using, adapting or sharing are available after 8 am at, and Please feel free to contact with any questions, answers, suggestions, tips, music and more.




Alex Jones Radio Show - June 4, 2010 - Alex welcomes back to the show the United Kingdom Independence Party Member of the European Parliament for South East England, Nigel Farage. Mr. Farage was recently injured in a plane crash in Northamptonshire. Additional guests include British journalist for the Evening Standard and The Guardian, Charlie Skelton, who is covering the Bilderberg confab in Spain, legendary Bilderberg hound and journalist for the American Free Press, Jim Tucker, and regular guest Bob Chapman, publisher of The International Forecaster. Alex also covers the latest news and takes your calls. Daily live stream, re-broadcasts and podcasts available at

G20 Toronto - Provocateurs, Metal Cages and the Global Elite

Press for Truth | June 22, 2010

With just one week left until the international banksters invade Toronto I went downtown with PFT members Steven Davies and Bryan Law to document all the activity surrounding the up and coming G20 summit. Three meter high metal fences surround the inner security perimeter known as âthe red zoneâ and thousands of police have already taken to the streets in an unprecedented show of force.

Olive: Why Toronto is the ideal place for the G20 summit

Not a few Torontonians are displeased with Stephen Harperâs choice of Toronto for historyâs largest gathering of world leaders this week. The PM could have followed Jean Chretienâs example of hosting the 2002 G8 summit in remote Kananaskis, Alta., and spared Canadaâs principal city from the gridlock brought by 20,000 visitors.

G20 turning downtown Toronto into a ghost town

Downtown restaurants and parking lots already seeing dip in revenue

Weapons, explosives charges after G20-related raid

Published 13 minutes ago | Denise Balkissoon | Toronto Star | Staff Reporter

Yellow police tape cordoned off a manicured garden outside a Forest Hill home Wednesday morning where a man had been arrested on G20-related charges.

Police add water cannon to G20 arsenal

Most excellent â everyone should remember to bring their swimsuits for what promises to be a heated weekend â and remember Toronto, when you see some kid getting knocked down by a water cannon like being hit by a truck, theyâre participating in a great police tradition going back to 30âs Germany and the American Civil Rights marchers of the 60âs. Now being purchased by police departments worldwide. Isnât tradition grand?

TerrorStorm: A De-Classified History of Government Sponsored Terrorism (2006)

Unfair Dealing: The Toronto 18 Homegrown Terror Threat (2008)

9/11: The Road To Tyranny (2002)

Posters and Flyers To Stand For Something * Before * The G20 June 26 - 27th and Canada Day on July 1st, 2010

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