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Podcast: Blacklisted Radio w/ Guest Jay Dyer

In this Blacklisted Radio Podcast we talk with Jay dyer of JaysAnalysis.com

Jay dyer is the author of Esoteric Hollywood: Sex, Cults and Symbols in Film; his graduate work focused on the interplay of film, geopolitics, espionage and psychological warfare. Jay is a public speaker, lecturer, comedian and author as well as the host of the JaysAnalysis Podcast/Esoteric Hollywood. Jay is also a regular contributor to 21stCenturyWire, Soul of the East and the Espionage History Archive. Broaching subjects as wide as satire, metaphysics, film analysis, theology, geopolitics, literature and history, as well as interviewing numerous prominent figures, Jay has authored hundreds of articles already read by millions in just the past few years.

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The Age of Disintegration: Political Disunity and Elites At War

In this war of the rising and fading elites, there is no common ground or incentive to compromise. Historian Michael Grant identified profound political disunity in the ruling elite as a key cause of the dissolution of the Roman Empire. Grant described this dynamic in his excellent account The Fall of the Roman Empire.

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Police officers shot in ambush style attacks in Texas, Missouri and Florida

A police officer was killed in Texas and another wounded in Missouri in apparently unrelated ambush-style shootings, while a third officer was shot and wounded in Florida, authorities said on Monday. The latest attacks on U.S. law enforcement revived painful memories of deadly ambushes targeting police in July in Dallas and Baton Rouge.

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POLICE LAUNCH HOURS-LONG ATTACK ON DAKOTA ACCESS PIPELINE RESISTANCE, INJURE OVER HUNDRED

Police in North Dakota surrounded hundreds of water protectors fighting construction of the Dakota Access pipeline on a highway bridge and fired a water cannon, tear gas, concussion grenades, and rubber bullets. During the assault, which lasted for hours, the police also threatened the group with a long-range acoustic device to further disorient them. Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s emergency medical services deployed to treat dozens of individuals with injuries. For months, protests, including nonviolent direct action, have taken place with indigenous people, who will suffer the worst impact, at the forefront. An encampment called Sacred Stone Camp near the Standing Rock reservation has stood as a grand example of resistance.

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13yo Girl Shot in the Face, Tribal Elder in Critical Condition as Police Assault DAPL Protesters

Cannon Ball, ND — Last night, water protectors near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, attempted to clear Highway 1806 of burned-out military vehicles and wound up under an all-out assault by heavily militarized police, who used tear gas, mace, concussion grenades, rubber bullets, and water cannons — in temperatures well below freezing — in an attempt to clear them from a bridge.

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The mysterious saga of an Arizona arms dealer

THIS STORY, FULL OF SPOOKS AND POLITICAL MISDIRECTION, TWISTS THE MIND. THE CIA IS INVOLVED. ALSO BULGARIAN ARMS MANUFACTURERS, BENGHAZI TERRORISTS, LIBYAN REBELS AND U.S. POLITICAL OPERATIVES.

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James Mattis Is a Secretary of Offense

Donald Trump says he wants to stop overthrowing governments and turn toward peace. But not only does he also say he wants to increase the military spending that produces more wars, but he’s considering for Secretary of so-called Defense someone whose entire outlook is offensive in every sense of the word. Here’s James Mattis in his own words: “So it’s a hell of a lot of fun to shoot them. Actually it’s quite fun to fight them, you know. It’s a hell of a hoot. It’s fun to shoot some people. I’ll be right up there with you. I like brawling.”

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U.S. Citizens Now Hold About $1.3 Trillion in Student Loan Debt

The New York Fed’s second quarter numbers are out for 2016 and it doesn’t paint a pretty picture for student loan debt. Officially, the nation owes $1.26 trillion in student loan debt. Realistically, we are probably over the $1.3 trillion mark when taking into account the fact that the Fall semester has just started and many Spring graduates are still in the grace period.

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Insider Mitt Romney and a Cabal of Neocons May Run Trump’s State Department

During his failed presidential bid in 2011, Romney gave a speech at The Citadel in South Carolina. He told the cadets America should rule the world. “In an American Century, America has the strongest economy and the strongest military in the world,” he said. “In an American Century, America leads the free world and the free world leads the entire world.” “Here’s a guy who assembled a team of neocon retreads to write his foreign policy white paper, ‘An American Century.’ He allowed the title to be an obvious homage to the neocon Project for the New American Century, which in the 1990s built the ideological framework for the disastrous Iraq War and other ‘regime change’ strategies of President George W. Bush,” writes Robert Parry.

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ABQ Police Dept Was Just Caught Illegally Deleting & Editing Videos of them Killing People

On March 16, 2014, Albuquerque police officers executed James Boyd for illegal camping. The entire incident was captured on the officer’s body cam which led to the now-retired Officer Keith Sandy and Officer Dominique Perez being charged with the murder of the 38-year-old homeless man suffering schizophrenia in August last year. It also started a firestorm of backlash against police and a nationwide demand for cops to wear body cams. However, the additional accountability of police filming themselves has been brought into question as the Albuquerque police department has just been caught ‘deleting, encrypting, altering, and destroying’ these very videos.

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Why Billionaire “Philanthropist” Bill Gates Loves India’s Demonetization Program

For the last 12 days, India has been turned into the world’s biggest open-air laboratory for extreme financial experimentation, after the Modi government decided, at the drop of a hat and apparently without warning even the banks, that the two biggest denomination notes were all of a sudden worthless, to be replaced by new notes. Before Modi’s fateful decision, on Nov. 9, the 1,000 rupee ($14.67) and 500 rupee ($7.33) notes accounted for 86% of India’s cash economy, which itself represented well over 90% of the country’s retail transactions.

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Drugs Are Killing More Americans Than Road Crashes

So much for the so-called 'war on drugs'... The United States has been gripped by a heroin and opiate epidemic with user numbers recently hitting a 20 year high. In 2014, the number of U.S. heroin users passed the million mark with deaths from overdoses rising steeply. And as Statista's Niall McCarthy writes, drugs are now killing substantially more Americans every year than car crashes.

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The Mainstream Media Has Only Itself To Blame For The "Fake News" Epidemic

The mainstream media continues to freak out over the spread of “fake news” on Facebook and other social media platforms such as Twitter and reddit. Hillary Clinton’s late campaign thinks this is a problem. The Democrat party seems to think people with Facebook accounts are to blame for Hillary’s decision to ignore crucial swing states in the final weeks of the campaign, that likely cost her the election. But the media hasn’t bothered to ask why such sites gained traction. Our media has cultivated false news for years. Understandably, people stopped caring about the “journalistic ethics” the media claim to possess.

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Mike Pence’s Role Model is Dick Cheney

I wonder what libertarians who supported the Trump campaign think now. Trump’s vice president holds the neocon warmonger Dick Cheney in high regard. “I frankly hold Dick Cheney in really high regard in his role as vice president and as an American,” Pence said on ABC’s “This Week.”

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Recalled 'Madam President' Newsweek Magazine Leaked Online

What a perfect example of "fake news." Every lying media narrative wrapped in a bow before the outcome had even been determined.

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Tony Blair ‘Returning To Politics’ In Attempt To Influence Brexit

Tony Blair is positioning himself to return to British politics, it has been reported. The controversial former Prime Minister is engineering a comeback because he feels he can fill a political vacuum caused by Theresa May being a “light weight” and Jeremy Corbyn being a “nutter”, The Sunday Times reports. A source said Mr Blair is sourcing premises near Westminster in order to relocate 130 staff to the UK’s political hub.

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Second Chinese Firm in a Week Found Hiding Backdoor in Firmware of Android Devices

Security researchers have discovered that third-party firmware included with over 2.8 million low-end Android smartphones allows attackers to compromise Over-the-Air (OTA) update operations and execute commands on the target's phone with root privileges. Mobile experts from Anubis Networks discovered the problem this week. This is the second issue of its kind that came to light this week after researchers from Kryptowire discovered a similar secret backdoor in the firmware of Chinese firm Shanghai Adups Technology Co. Ltd..

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Facebook's New "Fun & Creative" Filter: a Frighteningly Powerful Facial Recognition Tool

Facebook recently purchased a facial recognition software company that promises to “bring more fun effects to photos and videos” posted on the social media behemoth. The origins of the technology — named “FacioMetrics” — is much more sinister, however, and is likely to be used in much less lighthearted ways. In its announcement of the acquisition, Facebook highlights FacioMetrics’ ability to “allow people to express themselves in fun and creative ways” and to “build even more engaging sharing experiences on Facebook.” There isn’t, however, any mention of how, and more importantly why, FacioMetrics was created.

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Speculation: Trump Promotes NSA Boss Rogers To DNI Because He Leaked The Clinton Emails

Adm. Michael S. Rogers recently claimed in reference to the hack of the Democratic National Council emails that Wikileaks spreading them is "a conscious effort by a nation-state to attempt to achieve a specific effect." He obviously meant Russia. Compare that with his boss James Clapper who very recently said (again) that the "intelligence agencies don't have good insight on when or how Wikileaks obtained the hacked emails."

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Trump Nominates Avid Drug Warrior for Attorney General Who Wants to Reverse Legal Pot

President-elect Trump announced his first wave of nominations for top positions in his administration, and things are not looking good for advocates of freedom and civil rights. Rep. Mike Pompeo, the nomination for CIA director, has repeatedly called for ramping up domestic surveillance and rolling back reforms implemented after the Snowden leaks. With four more states voting to legalize the recreational use of cannabis – including California – and four more joining the long list of medical use states, it is abundantly clear that Americans see the injustice of pot prohibition.

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