Monday, January 26, 2009

David Dionisi speaks out

David Dionisi and Teach Peace from Oct 15, 2007

David Dionisi is a former military intelligence officer, corporate officer, and international volunteer. He is also the author of a book on U.S. foreign policy, "American Hiroshima", and the founder of the Teach Peace Foundation. In this interview, which was broadcast on cable television in the San Francisco bay area, Mel Van Dusen asks David Dionisi about his perspective on 9/11 and his work on strengthening American democracy. Among other interesting points, David Dionisi makes the case that reckless spending on the "war-on-terror", limitation of civil rights, and imperialism abroad actually works against the effort to make us safer in our communities. This is about 29 min.
Source: David Dionisi, 9/11, and the Teach Peace Foundation

From August 3, 2005, KXJZ's Jeffrey Callison interviews David Dionisi about nuclear threats on our own soil. This is about 9 min.
Source: Anniversary of Hiroshima Bombing / Emergency Exits (August 3, 2005)

On December 2nd, 2008, Scott Horton Interviews Chris Hedges

Chris Hedges, discusses the anti-occupation motives of terrorists, the similarities of extremists that transcend religion and culture, and how a U.S. economic collapse could usher in a popular uprising of the Christian Right. This is about 36 min.
Source: Scott Horton Interviews Chris Hedges

Listen to an excerpt from "Homo politicus: the strange and barbaric tribes of the beltway" By Dana Milbank This is about 29 minutes.

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