August 27, 2014 in TOR Blog
RadioWHO #1 | Douglas Lucas joins us to discuss how the the drug war on the Mexican border has morphed into an all-out counterinsurgency war, how its effects extend beyond the border, and what these counterinsurgency tactics have to do with the militarized police in Ferguson, Missouri and throughout the United States.
August 19, 2014 in TOR Blog
FLNWO #18 | James Corbett talks to Guillermo Jimenez about “They Live,” John Carpenter’s surprisingly prescient 1988 film about a society hypnotized and controlled by an alien species that cannot be seen directly. We discuss the film as a metaphor for the modern day “truth movement.”
June 13, 2014 in TOR Blog
Danny Benavides | There is something booming in Mexico besides the drug trade and the violence associated with it: Forensic science. This is an extremely fascinating mini-documentary from Vice’s “Motherboard” video-magazine which spotlights this very discipline and the crucial role that forensic science plays…
June 11, 2014 in TOR Blog
Boiling Frogs Post | The BFP Roundtable takes on the public apathy surrounding the illegal wars of aggression, the extrajudicial drone assassinations, the illegal warrantless wiretapping, and other outrages of our era. Why is the public so passive in the face of such abuses? And what can be done about it?
April 16, 2014 in TOR Blog
Blacklisted Radio | In this Tax Day, Blood Mood edition of the show, we talk with Guillermo Jimenez, host of TOR Radio and Demanufacturing Consent, an exclusive weekly podcast on BFP. We discuss the situation on the Clive Bundy Ranch, the police state, and recent suicide of Michael Rupert.
April 11, 2014 in TOR Blog
Boiling Frogs Post | In this edition of the BFP Roundtable, we discuss the latest moves in the formation of a so-called “new cold war” between NATO and Russia. We also tackle Seymour Hersh and his recent article in the London Review of Books examining Turkish involvement in the Syrian…