US Blocked Peace in Ukraine; Arab-Americans Dropping Biden; Mideast Conflict to Disrupt Oil Markets
04:03 GMT 25.10.2023 (Updated: 09:52 GMT 25.10.2023)
There is increasing evidence that the United States was behind Ukraine's rejection of a peace agreement with Russia a month after the conflict started.
Laith Marouf, broadcaster and journalist based in Beirut, Lebanon, joins us to discuss the Middle East. A former Israeli hostage has been released and is telling her story. Laith Marouf says supremacy is a drug, and the West can't imagine their adversaries are intelligent. He also says that the Israeli government is trying to hide the levels of loss that they experienced during the October 7th attack.
Jon Jeter, journalist and author, joins us to discuss foreign policy. The GOP is still having difficulty in selecting a new House majority leader. Jon Jeter says that there are two competing factions in the GOP and this gridlock is becoming the norm. Also, the US does not want Julian Assange or someone similar to him reporting on the Israel conflict.
Niko House, political activist, independent journalist, and podcaster, joins us to discuss the 2024 election cycle. Joe Biden is falling behind in the 2024 election polls. Niko House says President Biden is in trouble, and the Muslim community feels betrayed by him. Also, he says that RFK Jr. will be on the debate stage, which will be an important factor in voters' decisions.
Dan Kovalik, writer, author, and lawyer, joins us to discuss the new world order. Joe Biden argues that the US must bring a new world order. Dan Kovalik says that Joe Biden needs more insight into the direction that the world is going. The world is searching for peace, and the US is blocking it in the US. Gerhard Schroeder also revealed that the US blocked the Ukraine-Russia peace deal.
Mark Sleboda, Moscow-based international relations security analyst, joins us to discuss Ukraine. There is increasing evidence that the United States was behind Ukraine's rejection of a peace agreement with Russia a month after the conflict started. Mark Sleboda argues that the Kiev regime would not have abided by any peace agreement regardless of the outcome of negotiations. Also, the US has a policy of tension as part of its attempt to maintain world hegemony.
Dan Lazare, investigative journalist and author of America's Undeclared War, joins us to discuss the Israel-Palestine conflict. Iran has warned of dire consequences if the military onslaught against Gaza continues. Dan Lazare says that Iran wants to get US sanctions off its back and may not do anything to rock the boat. He says he thinks Israel will affect a ground invasion and take out Hamas.
John Kiriakou, former CIA Officer and Co-Host of "Political Misfits" on Radio Sputnik, joins us to discuss the CIA/SBU assassination program. A Washington Post article makes it clear that the CIA was working with the Ukrainian intelligence services to effect terrorist attacks on its enemies. John Kiriakou says that these intel relationships began as parent-child dynamics and gave the CIA more power around the world.
Dr. Jack Rasmus, professor of Economics and Politics at St. Mary's College in California, joins us to discuss the economy. Chevron has agreed to buy Hess for 53 billion dollars. Dr. Jack says that these oil companies plan for decades ahead. He says that energy prices will dramatically increase. Also monopolistic companies such as this have been price gouging and causing inflation.
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