TOR Radio: April 27, 2013 (Boston Bombing, Uncle Ruslan, Graham Fuller and the CIA)

April 28, 2013 in TOR Radio

TOR Radio | Download TOR Radio: April 27, 2013 | Guests: Danny Benavides | Topics: The Boston Bombing, Tsarnaev Brothers, Uncle Ruslan, Graham Fuller and the CIA. Possible motives and how the events in Russia and Syria this week provide a deeper context

The Boston Bombings – From Russia with ‘Love’?

April 24, 2013 in News

Tom Secker | Since last Monday’s twin bombings at the finish line of the Boston marathon, suspicion has been cast on a range of suspects but aside from the officially-nominated culprits attention has mostly been drawn to elements within the US government, but the theories springing up are far from coherent and convincing.

Sibel Edmonds: Boston Terror Updates, CIA Modus Operandi, Not FBI

April 24, 2013 in News

Sibel Edmonds | “I have been repeatedly emphasizing the importance of going outside the US mainstream and quasi-alternative media outlets for information and new developments on the Boston Terror event. Similarly, I have been urging people to place..”

Ron Paul’s Texas Straight Talk: The Great Cyprus Bank Robbery

April 2, 2013 in News

Ron Paul | The dramatic recent events in Cyprus have highlighted the fundamental weakness in the European banking system and the extreme fragility of fractional reserve banking. Cypriot banks invested heavily in Greek sovereign debt…

The Launch Of Russia’s New ‘Silent’ Sub Is Just One Step In Rebuilding Its Mighty Military

January 7, 2013 in News

Business Insider | Russia recently launched its near silent nuclear submarine following several years of development.

Russia beats Saudi to emerge as world’s biggest oil producer in 2012

January 3, 2013 in News

Financial Post | More crude from state-owned top producer Rosneft kept Russian oil output the highest in the world last year, ahead of Saudi Arabia, Energy Ministry data showed on Wednesday.

Russia eyes Syria evacuation as rebels take Damascus district

December 19, 2012 in News

Reuters | Russia sent warships to the Mediterranean to prepare a potential evacuation of its citizens from Syria, a Russian news agency said on Tuesday, a sign President Bashar al-Assad’s key ally is worried about rebel advances now threatening even the capital.

Ukrainian Journalist’s Life Threatened in Syria

December 12, 2012 in News

The Voice of Russia | Syrian militants are threatening to execute journalist Ankhar Kochneva. They are demanding 50 million U.S. dollars for her life.