Tuesday, July 20, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Word of Mouth Mondays and Rude Awakening: National and International Dealings in the 21st Century New World Order - July 20, 2010


July 20, 2010

CKLN 88.1 FM's Word of Mouth Mondays and Rude Awakening:

National and International Dealings in the 21st Century New World Order

Featuring: Victor Fletcher, Kenneth Fernandez, Tamil Caller




These episodes: CKLN's Word of Mouth Mondays welcomes the venerable Victor Fletcher, publisher of The Toronto Street News entering its 12th year, the O.G. "Frank Conspira-Sinatra" of Toronto truth movements kindly shares his wisdom. CKLN's Rude Awakening welcomes international broker Kenneth Fernandez and a Tamil caller to discuss the truth behind money, power, politics and activism... How is the world really run? How can we run game to change it? What are our best options for our best future?

CKLN's Rude Awakening Morning Show is hosted by Black Krishna (BK) from Monday to Thursday from 6 - 7 am, who also hosts CKLN's Word of Mouth Mondays from 7 - 8 pm, on CKLN Radio 88.1 FM, Rogers Cable 947 or CKLN.fm online. Public domain mp3's for re-posting, re-using, adapting or sharing are available after 8 am at radio4all.net, archive.org and blackkrishna.blogspot.com. Please feel free to contact blackkrishna@gmail.com with any questions, answers, suggestions, tips, music and more.




Victor Fletcher's paper The Toronto Street News on sale on the streets of Toronto now!

We give most of our issues ..... FREE ..... to Homeless, Handicapped, Underemployed, Dying, so that they may sell it for their sole income to become self-supporting. See our tabloid pages at canadastreetnews.com


http://www.canadastreetnews.com/TSNews.htm -- for.pdf copies of the paper

VIDEO: TorontoChange SPP Protest - Victor Fletcher


TORONTO: Mr. Victor Fletcher Got The Street News On Lock, T-Dot On His Back!

A special interview for CKLN Radio with the publisher of The Toronto Street News, the best newspaper in a city of 6 million people. A long-time journalist, publisher, homeless, anti-war and anti-poverty activist, Mr. Victor Fletcher isn't afraid to discuss the seedier side of T-Dot, including all the news fit to print that the big guys won't. After 9 years he's lawsuit-free, usually in a great mood, and still holding it down for truth any day and every week. Recorded on August 13, 2007.


Ken Fernandez - 9/11 and Canada - A Case Study in Takeover

Following 9/11, not only Afghanistan came into the cross-hairs of the Bush administration and the globalists. Without declaring war, muchless firing a shot, Canada has since been taken over by the neo-con run USA. Ken Fernandez, Foreign Affairs commentator of the 'Canadian Action Party' explains why and how.


Montreal, the War on Terrorism and the untold story of 9/11

Ken Fernandez, B.C.L., LL.B., Montreal | The Canadian National Newspaper Exopolitics Headlines

Is Montreal being planned for 9/11 Phase 2? Are Quebecers being psychologically “prepared” to blame Muslim immigrant groups, for an even worst attack in Montreal than 9/11, in relation to the World Trade Center in the United States?


VIDEO: Kenneth Fernandez: Canadian Banks are Just as Insolvent as American Banks


VIDEO: Tamil protest in Toronto - CityNews - Protest against Genocide of Tamils in Sri Lanka


Gardiner Expressway Reopens Following Massive Tamil Protest

CityNews.ca Staff | May 10, 2009

The Gardiner Expressway has reopened in both directions after a protest by Tamil-Canadians took an unprecedented turn Sunday night, as thousands of protesters spilled onto the busy roadway and blocked it for hours. The crowd gathered across from the U.S. consulate and then moved south to take over the highway. Just after midnight, people began leaving the area and police reopened the downtown artery.


Toronto Tamils remember the fallen on one-year anniversary Special

Andrew Moran | Digital Journal | May 19. 2010

Toronto - Canadian Tamils took part in a remembrance memorial around the world to commemorate the one-year civil war anniversary, which saw 40,000 of Tamil civilians killed. In Toronto, thousands of Tamils united at Queen's Park for justice and peace. The tumultuous and tragic war in Sri Lanka was waged for decades. It has been several months since the Sri Lankan President announced that he would close the detention camps and release the detainees. It has been a few months since the President won re-election. It has been one year and nothing has changed for the Tamils, except for more bloodshed and tears.


CKLN 88.1 Rude Awakening: G20 Related: Why I Say, F--k A Protest, F--k You Gon' Do Before This? - June 1, 2010

This episode: what is the point of a bunch of like-minded and unarmed people yelling at a bunch of armed people guarding people who weren't listening before and won't listen now? How did this model of activism develop over 50 years? What else can people do to safely and effectively to make others aware of real issues? Are big protests like big rock concerts? Will people just show up and go home? Will they stand for something by standing for it before? Is it worth thinking of better ways to win?


The Power of Music: Entertainment isn't the whole story

Here in the West, we think of music as entertainment, or an accompaniment to entertainment. Most of us can't remember life without phonograph records, cassette tapes or Compact Discs and the artists we all have listened to on them. The great majority of radio stations exist to play music, and there is hardly a minute on TV - other than news shows - that doesn't have theme music, background music or commercial music. But as much as we enjoy different kinds of music, it is all of one purpose: to entertain. We have The Music Business and The Entertainment Business. Why else would we listen to music besides entertainment? Bust of BeethovenIn the past, and in other parts of the world today, there are definitely other reasons. The classical Master Beethoven, for example, was justly famous for being able to evoke specific emotions in his listeners, and wrote pieces that we still listen to today to evoke joy, sadness, loss and return. His piano sonata Les Adieux couldn't be clearer if he had written a short story: two lovers part, they experience their loneliness, but are joyfully reunited in the last movement. The ability of music to evoke emotions is its first and most obvious power, and we shall return to it again.


Spycatcher: The Candid Autobiography of a Senior Intelligence Officer (also Spycatcher), is a book written by Peter Wright, former MI5 secret service officer and Assistant Director, and co-author Paul Greengrass. It was published first in Australia. Its allegations proved scandalous on publication, but more so because the British Government attempted to ban it, ensuring its profit and notoriety.


[Ed -- Timely actions in the Infowar are key, so please share these films to make sure enough people wake up, get up and stand up in time to act!]

The Obama Deception HQ Full length version



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