On November 25, 2010, The Train's Denis Rancourt interviewed Canadian Arab Federation president Khaled Mouammar.
Zionism, Islamophobia, government-fabricated anti-Semitism, Harper's elected dictatorship, absence of a parliamentary opposition (Bloc excepted), cowardly media, and all such things that make Canada great...
BREAKING NEWS: The Canadian military base in the Arab Emirates was not turfed for the reasons claimed by the Harper government. The true reason relates to Canada protecting a suspected Mossad assassin and terrorist alleged to have been part of the high profile execution earlier this year of a Palestinian leader in the Arab Emirates.
Friday, November 26, 2010
Sunday, November 21, 2010
The November 18, 2010, Train was in two parts.
In Part-1 the Train was helped by Miriam Mendez of Ottawa in interviewing Brother William Osmar Chamagua director and founder of Radio Cadena Mi Gente 700 AM El Salvador. The associated media network site is HERE.
We learned about a true people's media project with national impact in El Salvador and the brave liberation work of Brother William and his people (mi gente).
In Part-2 the Train welcomed Sophie Harkat to provide us with an update since her last CHUO visit when Moe Harkat and her lived under disturbing house arrest conditions. Canada continues to behave like a police state, with secret trials, hidden evidence, torture, inhuman detainments, and unfair hearings, but at least the bail conditions have largely been lifted.
On November 11, 2010, CHUO Train host Denis Rancourt interviewed Organizing for Justice (O4J) co-organizers Ryan Lasalle, Jessica Menard, and Greg MacDougall.
The interview showcased the O4J keynote panel lecture "G20-Toronto Debrief" and the Saturday of workshops.
The Saturday workshops included: Climate Justice, Radical Peer Support, Algonquins of Barriere Lake, Burmese classroom in a conflict zone, Money politics, Islamophobia, Raising yaks and media responsibility...
We started with how and why to get involved in such a project as O4J and ended up on yaks!
Thursday, November 4, 2010
On November 4, 2010, The Train interviewed well known documentary film activist Dan Dicks of PressForTruth.ca by phone from Toronto.
It was an interview that examined Dan Dicks work, motivation, and philosophy. It took us through Dan's trail from chemtrails to international banking to Bilderberg watching to his recent feature length documentary United We Fall to G20-Toronto revelations to Officer Bubbles interviews and so on.