|Broadcast Title||Argentina, Foreign Affairs Magazine Attempt to Whitewash the Bloody History of Imperialism/ Ferguson, MO - The Resistance Continues / The Burning Spear Newspaper|
On Tuesday October 1st, 2014 in Buenos Aires, Argentina's President Cristina Kirchner charged that domestic and US interests were pushing to topple her government, and could even kill her.
Kirchner said that on her recent visit to fellow Argentine Pope Francis - whose help she has sought in Argentina's ongoing debt default row-police warned her about supposed plots against her by Islamic State activists.She refuted their assessment and said quote, "So, if something happens to me, don't look to the Mideast, look north to the United States."
The July/Aug 2014 issue of Foreign Affairs Magazine - cover read : The Cold Wars Cold Cases: What Really Happened in Iran, Congo, Pakistan, Chile
These were all places in the world where popularly elected governments were installed by the majority of the people only to be overthrown by smaller armed forces within the country - if we believe Foreign Affairs - the US was present and informed but never directly involved.
We will talk with Omali Yeshitela - about the situation in Argentina and how it relates to the July/ August issue of Foreign Affairs magazine attempt to whitewash and revise the long bloody history of imperialism.
Omali Yeshitela - is the leader and founder of the African People's Socialist Party and the African Socialist International.
Next we will get and update on the frontline of the rebellion in Ferguson Missouri from two separate sources: Zaki Baruti - a member of the Universal African People's Organization of St. Louis, MOand Sister Herdosia - a resident of Ferguson, Missouri.
We will close out the show speaking with Life Malcolm, the Managing Editor of the Burning Spear Newspaper, on the October issue of the paper. The Burning Spear is the Oldest Black Power Newspaper in the world.