Archive for the ‘Deep Politics’ Category

Interview with Dr. Daniele Ganser and Michael Ruppert on various deep political topics

June 12, 2011 Leave a comment

An extraordinary interview with two of my favorate deep political researchers: Dr. Daniele Ganser, author of NATO’s Secret Armies: Operation Gladio and Terrorism in Western Europe, and Michael Ruppert, author of Crossing the Rubicon: The Decline of the American Empire at the End of the Age of Oil. Their respective books provide a profound examination of the operation of the Anglo-European “deep state”. Anyway, here’s the interview:



Bill Moyers 90-minute program on the American deep state, from 1987

June 12, 2011 1 comment

Wow, how little we’ve learned over the past 25-ish years. The following video is a 90-minutes program aired in 1987 by a much younger Bill Moyers, following the relevalations of the Iran arms-for-hostages deal:

Amazing how much deeper and pervasive the national security state is today after 9-11, as documented in this 2010 write up by the Washington Post.


Glenn Greenwald presenting on Wikileaks and “deep” power structures at the Lannan Foundation, March 2011

June 11, 2011 Leave a comment

The best journalist alive today IMO, speaking on Wikileaks at the Lannan Foundation on March 2011:


A critical look at the media – Glenn Greenwald

September 30, 2009 Leave a comment

I’ve always been fascinated by how the line can blur between media and propaganda. From Noam Chomsky to Alex Carrey, the role of the media in, as Noam Chomsky refers to it, “manufacturing consent” in a western democracy is a fascinating one.

Glenn Greenwald on Iran

I thought about this topic as I viewed a read a recent blog post by one of my favorite journalists – Glenn Greenwald of Salon. He posted a wonderful blog post yesterday titled Talking about Iran on TV. In this post, he embeds a YouTube video of an interview he had on msnbc with Arianna Huffington of the Huffington Post, where he provides a counter-view of the standard US media line on Iran. The video is below:

I don’t personally want to side with any particular view on the Iranian situation, but rather just consider the different “narratives” on the Iranian situation. In many ways, there are echos of the media narrative leading up to the War on Iraq. Very interesting.

The case of Sibel Edmonds

On another note, a very interesting radio program discussing the recent interview by the American Conservative magazine with Sibel Edmonds. Here’s a link to this month’s article in the American Conservative, titled Who’s Afraid of Sibel Edmonds? And here’s a fascinating interview discussing Edmonds situation.

This is a profoundly important case to the future of American democracy, but we’ll see if it ever gets any legs.

*** Update 1 (10/12/09)

For anyone interested, Sibel Edmonds deposition where she is finally able to discuss her case publically is captured in video at the following link. Truly amazing testimony.

*** End of Update 1