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Red Ice interview with Patrick Henningsen – Syria, Snowden, NSA & the Whistleblower Circus

from 21st Century Wire:

Independent journalist Patrick Henningsen, is the managing editor of 21st Century Wire, which delivers news and exposés on intelligence, foreign policy, climate change, the war on terror, technology and Wall Street.

In the first hour Patrick talks with host Henrik Palmgren about the situation in Syria as Britain and France, together with Israel and US support are destabilizing the country. Fake revolutions with the aid of Google and the National Endowment for Democracy are reshaping and reforming countries faster than any invasion could. We also discuss the NSA surveillance debacle and Ed Snowden in the main stream media. Henningsen explains how whistleblowers have now become an intricate part of the geopolitical game. In the second hour, we begin on government surveillance and the global spying network. Then, we’ll discuss what a global government would need in order to have a smooth transition. Later, Patrick explains how countries who still value the family unit and small local business are being infiltrated. He talks about the vision of how the elite would like to see the world. We end on Michael Hastings…

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2 comments to Red Ice interview with Patrick Henningsen – Syria, Snowden, NSA & the Whistleblower Circus

  • Pinebrook

    As a subscriber to Red Ice from Sweden, I would say Henrik is my favorite interviewer. He asks intelligent questions, is low key, and lets the guests speak without interruption. Listeners at SGT should check it out for a very different range of subjects. Of course, SGTreport is still my continual daily companion.

  • Paul Prichard (Paper Bear)

    Where are these documents showing that these mercenaries fighting in Syria are being paid by the USA and it’s allies.

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