File:Talk Nation Radio - 2009-06-29 Has the US been fomenting unrest in Iran? Interview with Jeremy R Hammond.vorb.oga

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English: Jeremy Hammond offers an overview of the US propaganda and covert operation in Iran. Iran's human rights record may be bad but we should consider the evidence for what they allege, that the US has been fomenting unrest in Iran. .
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Source http://radio4all.net/index.php/program/34227
Author Dori Smith
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Featured speakers Jeremy R. Hammond, Editor of Foreign Policy Journal
Language English
Credits Produced by Dori Smith
talknationradio@gmail.com

Jeremy R. Hammond, Foreign Policy Journal, clips, Bush from Oct 2002, Sect of State Hillary Clinton on ABC with George Stephanopolous June 7, 2009, Barack Obama PC June 23rd

Music by Fritz Heede
www.fritzheede.com (and VolodyA! V Anarhist for reencoding and wikification)
Broadcast Advisory Unchecked
Additional Notes The US has been supporting the opposition through NED, National Endowment for Democracy, USAID, and US State Dept. funding. The US has provided help with coverage on Voice of America and VOA's Radio Farda. We hear an overview on the resultant propaganda in Iran and at home.

Other topics include the twitter phenomenon, is this a grassroots Iranian movement or something else entirely? US media used anonymous sources from Twitter, the CIA in Iran, US support for militant organizations operating in Iran, Bush policy on Iran seems to be continuing under President Obama.

Is Obama policy, regime change Iran?

See compressed version for radio broadcast plus a non compressed version which may be better in some instances such as some forms of podcasting.

Taped via mobile phone.

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