Archive for August 1st, 2010
Chas Freeman on Israel as a liability:
Chas Freeman: Israel is an extreme liabililty for the U.S. financially, strategically, politically
Is Israel a Strategic Asset or a Liability for the US?
Charles Freeman: Stifling debate on Israel has deadly consequences
AIPAC runs out Freeman
Additional at following URL:
Chas Freeman forced by Israel Lobbies to withdraw from NIC:
Must listen interview with former Republican Congressman Paul Findley:
Findley speaks out about the Israeli lobby and its manipulation of US foreign policy in the Middle East, resulting in thousands of American deaths and tens of thousands of Muslim deaths
Paul Findley in following youtube with nearly 3 million views (same guy made http://tinyurl.com/911motivation youtube as well):
Former United States Representative, author, and activist Paul Findley on CNI Radio, July 15th, 12-1 ET
On Thursday, July 15th from 12-1pm ET, Mr. Paul Findley will be our guest on CNI: Jerusalem Calling to discuss his upcoming memoir tentatively titled Taking the High Road: Confronting Bias, Bigotry, War.
Paul Findley is a former House of Representatives member from Illinois, serving as a Republican from 1962-1982. Since that time Mr. Findley has written numerous articles about the United States’ foreign policy in relation to the Middle East and in particular in relation to the Israeli-Palestinian issue. He has published several books on these topics, including the best seller “They Dare To Speak Out: People and Institutions Confront Israel’s Lobby”. Mr. Findley co-founded the Council for the National Interest and formerly served as Chairman for the Jacksonville Human Rights Commission. Additionally he has supported the efforts of CAIR, the Council on American Islamic Relations, and published the book “Silent No More: Confronting America’s False Images of Islam” to improve the image of Muslims in America. Currently he is working on a memoir, due to be published in the spring, concerning his journey from average American to deeply concerned citizen regarding US involvement in the Middle East.
Hosting this week’s show will be former CNI President, Eugene Bird. Mr. Bird is a former Foreign Services Officer, serving as Counsel of Embassy in Jerusalem and other Middle East posts.
The show will air live online from Noon to 1 pm ET (5 pm to 6pm GMT). To listen, go to the show’s homepage (www.wsradio.com/cni) and click on the “Listen Live” button for Studio A, at the top left. Call in with your questions and comments during the second half of the show by calling 877-474-3302, toll-free. International users can ask questions via Skype, by calling Skypename: WSRADIOSTUDIO.
Also, check out archived editions of our show by going to the “CNI: Jerusalem Calling” archives. Past shows archived there include conversations with Mark Perry, Stephen Walt, Mustafa Barghouti, Rashid Khalidi…and many more.
“CNI: Jerusalem Calling” is a project of the Council for the National Interest Foundation. You can help support the radio show’s continued efforts to educate Americans on how current policies harm the American national interest by making a tax-deductible contribution to CNI Foundation and clicking here.